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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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Memories from Facebook I think I have just spotted Terry English in the background so many old faces from the past plus so many memories from the pigeon happy day I lived round ...
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View looking towards the Black Lion at Gedney circa 1910. I don't know who the people in the photo are (perhaps someone does?). ...
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Cross Keys, West Pinchbeck. The Horse and Jockey that was at West Pinchbeck ( Pinchbeck West in the old days). Demolished afte ...
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1911. Spalding. As reported …."White Hart at Spalding was sold by auction, owing to the death of the proprietor Mr S R Harper, the purchaser being Mr Joseph Cade, Innkeeper of Whaplode - the price p ...
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Beer House, Bertie Fen Lane (Property now called'Snowdrop Villa') The Hill family moved into this house from Sheffield in 1891 and lived there for about sixty years, so we think it is in order here t ...
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  The Old Saracen’s Head Inn
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Please tell us your memories of the Black Bull and Snack Bar in Quadring. Does anybody recognise the people in the photos? [gallery columns="1" size="large" ids="24087,24086,24085,24084,24083,24082 ...
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The Mermaid Inn, Little London, Long Sutton. This Inn closed in 1969 and was later demolished.
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The Nags Head was situated on the Market Place.This was a Soames Brewery pub that was sold to Steward & Patteson in 1949. This pub closed on 29th September 1961. Publicans throughout the years ...
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This article appeared in Lincolshire Life dated 1962 and is review of food at the White Hart ( for White Hart read White Horse it was an error in the published article) Healthy appetites at the Whi ...
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