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Horbling
 
Horbling, Dial House
Horbling, Dial House
Horbling, Dial House

"Cottage. Early C19"

https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1165942 

Takes its name from the "oval ashlar sundial".

DB 5 May 2018

Horbling, Dial House
Horbling, Horbling Hall
Horbling, Horbling Hall
Horbling, Horbling Hall

"House. c.1860"

https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1062720 

"Worthy of particular note is the magnificent entrance hall with original tiled floor and mahogany staircase leading off to a galleried first floor landing"

http://www.rightmove.co.uk/property-for-sale/property-65222927.html 

DB 5 May 2018

Horbling, Hall
Horbling, Milepost
Horbling, Milepost
Horbling, Milepost

"Late C19. Cast iron painted white with black detailing"

https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1166036  

DB 5 May 2018

Horbling, Milepost
Horbling, Plough Inn, Public House
Horbling, Plough Inn, Public House
Horbling, Plough Inn, Public House

"Inn, now public house. Early C19"

https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1166043 

DB 5 May 2018

Horbling, Plough Inn, Public House
Horbling, School
Horbling, School
Horbling, School

"Grade II listed school with attached Schoolmaster's house, now two houses, dating from 1845 and enlarged in 1892"

https://www.lincstothepast.com/School-House-and-the-Old-School--Horbling/910056.record?pt=S 

"A Free School was founded here in 1691 by Edward Browne. That building was replaced in 1845 by another Edward Brown, Reverend. That building was replaced in 1851 and enlarged in 1892"

http://www.genuki.org.uk/big/eng/LIN/Horbling 

DB 5 May 2018

Horbling, School, Edward Browne
Horbling, St :Andrew
Horbling, St :Andrew
Horbling, St :Andrew

Originally this was a cruciform church built in the Norman period but much has been lost, replaced or renewed.

This view from the north-west shows the north transept and the north aisle, both with windows of the Decorated period with flowing tracery.

October 2017

Horbling, St Andrew
Horbling, St :Andrew
Horbling, St :Andrew
Horbling, St :Andrew

The south aisle, south transept and clerestory are from the later Perpendicular period.

October 2017

Horbling, St Andrew
Horbling, St :Andrew
Horbling, St :Andrew
Horbling, St :Andrew

The heavily buttressed south transept is in the foreground. The tower with its battlements of the Perpendicular period retains Norman construction at power levels.

October 2017

Horbling, St Andrew
Horbling, St :Andrew
Horbling, St :Andrew
Horbling, St :Andrew

St Andrew's chancel dates from the Norman period. The shafted, round-headed windows are indicative of this early period.

October 2017

Horbling, St Andrew
Horbling, St :Andrew, capital
Horbling, St :Andrew, capital
Horbling, St :Andrew, capital

The north arcade dates form the early 1200s. There four bays, hexagonal piers with early stiff-leaf capitals.

October 2017

Horbling, St Andrew, capital
Horbling, St :Andrew, Font
Horbling, St :Andrew, Font
Horbling, St :Andrew, Font

"C14 octagonal pedestal of font with traceried panels, each with trefoiled head and with angels and foliage in spandrels.

C15 octagonal font with symbols of the instruments of the Passion on each face"

https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1165999 

This font was where Michael Ramsey, subsequently 100th Archbishop of Canterbury, was baptised on 28th December 1904.

DB 5 May 2018

Horbling, Saint Andrew, Font, Michael Ramsey, Archbishop of Canterbury
Horbling, St :Andrew, hatchment
Horbling, St :Andrew, hatchment
Horbling, St :Andrew, hatchment

Hatchment for Edward Brown of Walcot who died 6 May 1841.

Mark Acton 2017

Horbling, Edward Brown
Horbling, St :Andrew, interior view
Horbling, St :Andrew, interior view
Horbling, St :Andrew, interior view

The north arcade (left) has hexagonal piers with stiff-leaf capitals. The south arcade (right) has one round pier and two quatrefoil ones and mouolded capitals.

October 2017

Horbling, St Andrew, interior
Horbling, St :Andrew, Royal Arms
Horbling, St :Andrew, Royal Arms
Horbling, St :Andrew, Royal Arms

"1760-1801 Arms of King George III"

DB 5 May 2018

Horbling, Saint Andrew, Church, King George III, Royal Arms
Horbling, St :Andrew, stained glass
Horbling, St :Andrew, stained glass
Horbling, St :Andrew, stained glass

The plaque below the west window at the west end carries the following inscription:

'The Stained Glass in the Window purchased with a Fund raised by Subscription among the Black Sluice Commissioners and other Friends of Benjamin Smith Esqr of this place in pursuance of a Resolution unanimously carried at a Meeting of the Commissioners held at Donington in November 1852, was inserted in September 1854 as a Testimonial to that Gentleman in acknowledgement of the assuidity and fidelity with which he had discharged his Duties as Clerk of that Trust during a period of half a Century, and as a token of their esteem for his public and private character.'

October 2017

Horbling, St Andrew, stained glass, Benjamin Smith, Black Sluice Commissioners
Horbling, St :Andrew, war memorial
Horbling, St :Andrew, war memorial
Horbling, St :Andrew, war memorial

The First World War memorial to the fallen of the village.

Mark Acton, 2017

Horbling, First World War