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Moulton Seas End Village Hall. Built in the 19th Century as a Mission Church cum Village School. Queen Victoria donated £1 towards the buildng of this Mission Church which included living for a Pri ...
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Comments from Facebook Fairly rare postcard - On the back it says Published by Harker and Graves, Printers and stationers , market Place, Crowland. 4107-327 The builds on the left removed to make ...
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Thanks to David Gray and Pat Wensor for these photos.
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The caption says it all. But can anyone tell us more? ...
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St Mary's one of the finest 13th Century early English Churches in Lincolnshire  This book describes the growth of t ...
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Source Gosberton, Quadring & District Website click
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Gosberton, Quadring & District Community Website Click on this
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There are lots of postcards of church parades in the market place, especially those taken from the Corn Exchange end. This one is from a slightly more unusual view (shame it' ...
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There is some doubt as to exactly where Methodist witness in this part of the circuit started, because the earliest record we have (1819) lists two preaching places 'Risegate ...
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Source David Gray ...
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Researching the origins of local churches I had got to Methodism and finding a gentleman called the “ The Lincolnshire Thrasher” I couldn’t resist sharing it. He opened ...
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This little book details the churches between and Pinchbeck to Long Sutton. The was white, W E Foster, FSA in 1912 It ...
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To read the guide please click HERE ...
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