Bourne Archive: Lincolnshire

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Rounded Rectangle: Lincolnshire
Andrews, Stan. & Ring.1947
William Alderman	1830
Philip Ashley		1797
William Baker		1799


Charles Bonner	1830
Braithwaite		1947


Thomas Chamberlain	1797

Matthew Dawkins 	1799
Thomas Dawkins 	1799
F. Deacon		1947

Marquis of Exeter	1830
A. Graves		1947
Hubbard		1947
Major Hart		1799
Simon Ladle		1797
William Law		1830






Ann Oliver		1797
George Oliver		1797
William Oliver	1799

L.Parker		1947
T.H.Parker		1947
J.W.Riley		1947
G.Rippon		1947

James Smith		1830
Thomas Smith		1797

Richard Taylor	1797





Elizabeth Thorpe	1830

Edward Wherry	1799

John Wand		1797
William Ward		1797


©R.J.PENHEY 2007 Text & web page

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General :

Notable Lincolnshire People

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Eleventh Century :

Hereward

Spalding Priory (1052 – 1353)

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Twelfth Century :

Kesteven Forest (ca. 1100 – 1231)

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Fourteenth Century:

Economics (1314 – 24)

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Fifteenth Century:

Flood Defence Administration (1500)

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 Sixteenth Century :

Job Hartop

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Seventeenth Century :

Plague  (1563 – 1666)

Edward Harwood

Eastern Association (1642)

Cromwell in Lincolnshire (1642)

The King’s Treasure (1642)

Edward Lake (1642-3)

Donington (1643)

Siege of Crowland (1643)

Fall of Crowland (1644)

Gosberton (1645)

English Civil War (1641 – 50)

Drainage Dispute (1650)

Fines on Royalists

George Fox, Quaker (1656)

Elizabeth Hudson’s petition (1660)

Plague (1666)

John Kirke of Spalding (1685)

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Eighteenth Century:

Banking & Property (1740)

William Dodd’s Prospectus (1750)

Enclosure Allotment (1770)

Poor Law Administration (1792)

Storm (1800)

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Nineteenth Century:

Doctor Willis (1807)

John Moore’s Aveland (1809)

Aveland Land Tax (1817)

Boston’s boundaries (1831)

Boston 1843

The parishes of Bourne Poor Law Union (1843)

Camp of Refuge (1844)

Bourne to Essendine Opening Timetable (1860)

Peacock’s Glossary of Manley & Corringham (1876)

Bourne Poor Law Union (1882)

Charles Worth (1895)

Bourne Pottery (1896)

Lincoln Cathedral Guide (1890s)

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Twentieth Century:

Lincolnshire Special Constabulary Bulletin (1940)

Lincolnshire Special Constabulary Report (1941)

Lincolnshire Special Constabulary Bulletin (1941)

Instructions to Lincolnshire Special Constables (1942)

Lincolnshire Special Constabulary Bulletin (1942)

Lincolnshire Special Constabulary Instructional Pamphlet (1943)

Lincolnshire Special Constabulary Instructional Pamphlet (1943)

 

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