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  • Author:
    Society for Lincolnshire History and Archaeology,Neil R. Wright
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    History of Lincolnshire Committee (October 1982)
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Lincolnshire, England derived from the merging of the territory of the ancient Kingdom of Lindsey with that controlled by the Danelaw borough Stamford. For some time the entire county was called 'Lindsey', and it is recorded as such in the.

Lincolnshire, England derived from the merging of the territory of the ancient Kingdom of Lindsey with that controlled by the Danelaw borough Stamford. For some time the entire county was called 'Lindsey', and it is recorded as such in the Domesday Book. Later, Lindsey was applied to only the northern core, around Lincoln; it was defined as one of the three 'Parts of Lincolnshire', along with Holland in the south-east and Kesteven in the south west.

In 1980 it became part of Lincolnshire College of Agriculture and Horticulture, and in 1994 was taken . Wright, Neil R. (1982); Lincolnshire Towns and Industry 1700–1914; History of Lincolnshire Committee for the Society for Lincolnshire History and Archaeology.

In 1980 it became part of Lincolnshire College of Agriculture and Horticulture, and in 1994 was taken over by De Montfort University. When Riseholme Agricultural College, also part of De Montfort, was adopted by the new University of Lincoln in 2001, Caythorpe was subsumed into Lincoln as the Lincolnshire School of Agriculture. Caythorpe and Frieston Parish Council, Lincolnshire.

The Society for Lincolnshire History and Archaeology or SLHA aims to create a greater awareness of the history of Lincolnshire, and works to discover and record its heritage. In its present form, the Society came into being in 1974, but it has antecedents dating back to 1844. The Society's activities include arranging lectures and other events about Lincolnshire's history and archaeology, and the publication of a journal, a newsletter and books about Lincolnshire

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Bibliographic information. Title Neil Richard Wright. History of Lincolnshire Committee for the Society for Lincolnshire History and Archaeology, 1982. the University of Michigan. Lincolnshire towns and industry, 1700-1914 Volume 11 of History of Lincolnshire.

Jonathan Brown, Farming in Lincolnshire: 1850–1945, 2005 (Lincoln: Lincolnshire Society for History and Archaeology). Neil Wright, Lincolnshire Towns and Industry: 1770–1914, 1982 (Lincoln: Lincolnshire Society for History and Archaeology). S. M. Elsden, Old Sleaford Revealed, 1997 (Oxbrow Books). E. Gillett, A History of Grimsby, 1970 (University of Hull). Thomas Green, Britons and the Anglo-Saxons: Lincolnshire AD 400–650, 2012 (Lincoln: Lincolnshire Society for History and Archaeology). The Lost Port of Sutton: Roman period.

Lincoln Record Society. List of Antiquarian Societies.

Grace's Guide is the leading source of historical information on industry and manufacturing in Britain. This web publication contains 133,811 pages of information and 211,901 images on early companies, their products and the people who designed and built them

Grace's Guide is the leading source of historical information on industry and manufacturing in Britain. This web publication contains 133,811 pages of information and 211,901 images on early companies, their products and the people who designed and built them. Society for Lincolnshire History and Archaeology.