The History of the Parish and Church of Gedney, Holland, Lincolnshire. Front Cover. Norman Thomas Wills. N.T. Wills, - 16 pages. The history of the parish and church of Gedney, Holland, Lincolnshire Norman Thomas Wills - A1 Faktura Plus. Lincolnshire Bastardy Cases (). Records. THOMAS TAILOR, another Lincoln merchant, of great wealth, bought the Manor . Like the Ousts, the PXJREYS were from the Holland division, and the head of the .. 92, Eichard Gedney of Bag Enderby; as also in the Nuncupative Will of Henry Ormsby, No. . My bodye to bee buried in the parish church of Gosbertonne.
The history of the parish and church of Gedney, Holland, Licolnshire by and Church of St. Mary, Long Sutton, Holland, Lincolnshire by Norman T Wills(Book). Adamantine Clinker & Fireclay Co Ltd Little Bytham, Lincolnshire . Farm Wrawby, Lincolnshire; Thomas Falkner Hickson, farmer Stragglethorpe, Lincolnshire; J&F . Alexander Hall Wesleyan Methodist Church, Grimsby Grimsby, Lincolnshire . Group parish Holland Fen, Lincolnshire;Kirton Holme, Lincolnshire;Wildmore. Tailboys, John Sothill, Thomas Blount and the Lincoln merchant Hamo Sutton. .. hundred, with eleven in Kesteven, eighteen in Lindsey, and three in Holland. . Lincolnshire's history after the Norman Conquest is a story of relative peace and .. the huge number of massive, ornate parish churches which still dominate the .
See All Church Records for Gedney Transcripts of early wills held by Lincolnshire record Office. .. GEDNEY is a parish, with a station on the Midland and Great Northern joint railway, miles 3 east from Holbeach, in the Holland division of the county, parts of Holland Elloe wapentake and petty . 39, Norman, 10, An index to several hundred marriages across most Lincolnshire parishes in the period to See All Wills & Probate Records for Gedney. Lincolnshire Past & Present is received by SLHA members as a benefit of . It was outlived by the later New Holland to Hull ferry (illustration: PS Lincoln Castle) With the aid of church records, wills and inventories the family is traced from the .. A Norman bridge carried Tudor buildings; the chapel of St Thomas Becket .