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Were your family Trades people? Why not look them up in the attached Trade Directories an extract from the University of Leicester collection covering 1828 to 1919 Pigots 1828
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A catalogue found in the Forge ...
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This year Andrews will be celebrating it's 70th Birthday. Any pictures of the Sawmill, Box Factory, DIY Store or any other Andrews related pictures then Andrews or this website would love to see them ...
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THE bulb industry came to South Holland in the late 19th century. John White was one of the pioneers
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Source: Duncan Bray
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Representatives of Spalding and Bourne Urban and East Elloe Rural Councils and officials who inspected the Spalding Waterworks at Bourne. i believe Spalding got a fair percentage of our water from thi ...
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A lovely picture from Andrews DIY showing boxes being made.
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Mr Jennings the milkman on his daily round. He used a pony and trap to deliver milk from a churn. He came to the front door with either pint or half pint measure and measured what was required to fill ...
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Gosberton once boasted three saddlers. Hutchinson's existences was for about 150 years and at one time they kept 800 horses supplied with collars and saddlery. The last collar was made in 1960.
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The Broderick family made clocks for about a century in Lincolnshire, in and around Boston, Spalding and Holbeach. They are a rather complicated family genealogically speaking, but the clockmakers wer ...
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This photo shows the pop bottling plant of Soames & Co at the Brewery, Cowbit Road, Spalding. Dated 1950 The Brewery was built by Henry Bugg in 1809 south of the Love Lane/ Cowbit Road junction ...
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In this photo, we see some workmen clearing the trees ready for the building of houses at Johnson Avenue, Spalding. Can anyone help identify which year this was built ? Click on image to enlarge ...
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AOS D 0205 Spalding an Industrial History ...
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  AOS D 0106 Mills for Corn and Drainage ...
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An article from Lincolnshire Life explain the pioneers of Packaging systems. For Chain Bridge Forge the interest is the Rose family which is linked to the Forge. Click on the link to read the article: ...
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