Farming

Articles

...
Read More
The first one shows my great grandfather Edward Hibbett, who was a land agent in the market deeping area, with another gentleman. The second shows a very grand looking scene of ladies in carriages an ...
Read More
Read More
Mr Bunn in Lincolnshire dialect remember dad mam telling dad to ofder steem coal so portass come and thrassing jonny portass that is
Read More
Gosberton Risegate resident Mark Joy has sent us this picture of wheat being combined in 1959. Mark says: “My Dad, Gus Joy, is driving the lorry and Fred Wilson is operating the combine. “They ...
Read More
    ...
Read More
Read More
Read More
Farmer's combining at J.W.E Bank's Farm, Postland, Crowland in the 1950's Click on image to enlarge
Read More
Aerial photo showing the strip fields to the rear of Eastgate, Deeping St James, 1949 Click on image to enlarge
Read More
This is Charlie Neal, a farm worker who lived in Lutton Marsh. The photo was taken in the 1940s. Charlie died in 1969, aged 66.
Read More
Potato Picking Gang 1920 1935 This is a potato picking gang. The style of their clothes suggests the photo may have been taken in the 1920s or 1930s.  Note that the woman on the left is wearing a Li ...
Read More
This is Ted Neal (1928-1979) on his tractor in Lutton Marsh. It was the first tractor on this farm.  The photo was taken sometime between 1949 and 1951. I remember Ted very well. My mother, Marjor ...
Read More
1900-1916, Lutton, Lincolnshire, England, This photo was taken in an orchard in Lutton owned by the Pratt family. They grew apples, plums and pears and also red, black and white currants, raspberries ...
Read More
A cart load of straw. This is Eva Neal and her brother Les. They lived in Lutton Marsh. Both died in the 1960s. Source  http://www.sharehistory.org/
Read More
This photo shows the potato railway at Goose Hall Farm near to Littleworth Railway Station, Deeping St Nicholas in 1916.Alongside the farm buildings is the glasshouse used for chitting potatoes. This ...
Read More
Lovely picture of feeding chickens in Gedney Hill 1911. Apologies for this but it is taken from Lincolnshire Old Photos and Postcards. Was this her Sunday best or did she wear this every day. Thoughts ...
Read More
< ...
Read More
The photograph shows the damage done to the harvest in 1912.
Read More
The Elsoms of Spalding The Elsoms of Spalding are a branch of the Elsoms of Boston. The founder of this branch was Isaac Elsom, son of John Elsom, cabinet maker. His Christian name is somewhat of a c ...
Read More