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Market Deeping
 
Market Deeping, Almshouses
Market Deeping, Almshouses
Market Deeping, Almshouses

"6 almshouses. 1877 by Edward Browning of Stamford ...

The almshouses were built. following a bequest by Miss Mary Ann Scotney for 6 Protestant widows or spinsters"

https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1062631 

DB 7 September 2019 

Market Deeping, Almshouses, Edward Browning, Mary Ann Scotney
Market Deeping, Bull Inn
Market Deeping, Bull Inn
Market Deeping, Bull Inn

Listed in Kelly's Directory of Lincolnshire 1919 :-

"Pridmore Robert, Bull htl. Market pl"

but origins go back to early C17.

https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1165389 

DB 7 September 2019

Market Deeping, The Bull
Market Deeping, Church Street, House
Market Deeping, Church Street, House
Market Deeping, Church Street, House

"House. Late C16 with C19 and C20 alterations"

https://https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1165246 

Town's oldest private residence which dates to around 1563 and features an Inglenook Fireplace and a painted Charles II Royal Coat of Arms on one of the bedroom walls.

https://www.stamfordmercury.co.uk/news/owners-of-historic-market-deeping-home-just-the-caretakers-for-now-9057942/ 

DB 7 September 2019 

Market Deeping, House
Market Deeping, Cross, Towngate
Market Deeping, Cross, Towngate
Market Deeping, Cross, Towngate
Market Deeping, Cross
Market Deeping, Empire Cinema
Market Deeping, Empire Cinema
Market Deeping, Empire Cinema

Former Empire Cinema now a gym.

"The Empire Cinema was built for the Jack Bancroft chain, and opened at the end of September 1928"

http://cinematreasures.org/theaters/44333 

Closed 11th May 1963. 

DB 7 September 2019 

Market Deeping, Empire Cinema
Market Deeping, Green School
Market Deeping, Green School
Market Deeping, Green School

Kelly's Directory of Lincolnshire 1919 has an entry for public elementary shools :-

Green (girls & infants), built in 1851, from funds bequeathed by Mrs. Mary Wensor, daughter of George & Sarah Allison, & endowed by Mrs. Elizabeth Molecey in 1844, with £200 Consols, it will hold 100 children; Miss Matilda Waight, mistress"

The Church Guide states that Revd. William Hildyard, Rector 1829 – 1875 was :-

"A keen educationalist, he gave the land and, in 1851,helped to build the "Green Coat School” for girls (who for a time wore green cloaks).

The "Green School” is now the Church Hall, and the local Church of England Primary School bears Revd. Hildyard’s name"

http://lincoln.ourchurchweb.org.uk/marketdeeping/docstore/265.pdf 

DB 7 September 2019

Market Deeping, Green School
Market Deeping, Green School
Market Deeping, Green School
Market Deeping, Green School

Square panel above the central windows with an inscription reading

"Erected A.D. MDCCCLI

For the use of the Green School from funds bequeathed for charitable purposes within this Parish by Mrs. Mary Wensor, Daughter of George & Sarah Allison"

DB 7 September 2019

Market Deeping, Green School
Market Deeping, Market Place
Market Deeping, Market Place
Market Deeping, Market Place

Kelly's Directory of Lincolnshire states :-

"Annual fairs used to be held on October 10th, the second Wednesday after old Mayday and the last Wednesday in July; feasts or statute fairs were formerly held in May and November.

The market day was Wednesday, but no market is now held"

DB 11 November 2019

Market Deeping, Market Place
Market Deeping, Milepost beside Hall Farm
Market Deeping, Milepost beside Hall Farm
Market Deeping, Milepost beside Hall Farm

"Milepost. Early C19. Cast iron"

https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1165193

DB 7 September 2019

Market Deeping, Milepost
Market Deeping, New Inn (The Deeping Stage)
Market Deeping, New Inn (The Deeping Stage)
Market Deeping, New Inn (The Deeping Stage)

"Hotel. 1802, with minor C20 alterations"

https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1062641 

The New Inn was renamed as 'The Deeping Stage' in 1975.

DB 7 September 2019

Market Deeping, New Inn, The Deeping Stage
Market Deeping, Oddfellows
Market Deeping, Oddfellows
Market Deeping, Oddfellows

Oddfellows Nene and Welland District Branch located at 57 Church Street. 

"Odd Fellows, or Oddfellows, also Odd Fellowship or Oddfellowship, is an international fraternity consisting of lodges first documented in 1730 in London"

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Odd_Fellows  

"Established in 1810, the Oddfellows is one of the largest and oldest friendly societies in the UK, with over 310,000 members across 124 Branches nationwide"

https://www.oddfellows.co.uk/about/ 

DB 7 September 2019 

Market Deeping, Oddfellows
Market Deeping, Old Coach House
Market Deeping, Old Coach House
Market Deeping, Old Coach House

Viewed from Town Bridge over the River Welland. 

"Originally used as stabling and a hayloft before being extended and converted into a wine bar by a former owner in 1990"

https://www.stamfordmercury.co.uk/news/plan-for-empty-old-coach-house-pub-in-market-deeping-to-be-flats-9062696/ 

Building is currently standing empty.

DB 7 September 2019

Market Deeping, Old Coach House
Market Deeping, Police Station
Market Deeping, Police Station
Market Deeping, Police Station

"Former police station and house, now house. 1880, in the C17 style"

"To the left a planked passage doorway with stepped coping and in a recessed plaque "Kesteven Police" in raised letters"

https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1165409 

DB 11 November 2019

Market Deeping, Police Station
Market Deeping, Primitive Methodist Chapel (Coronation Hall)
Market Deeping, Primitive Methodist Chapel (Coronation Hall)
Market Deeping, Primitive Methodist Chapel (Coronation Hall)

In "A List And Brief Details Of The Lincolnshire Chapels In The Stamford, Newark, Peterborough, Wisbech & Goole Circuits Past And Present” prepared by Colin Shepherdson March 1998 it is stated that :-

"The foundation stone for a chapel, in Church Street, was laid on the 15.7.1876 and the last service was held on the 29.9.1940.

It was subsequently sold and in 1940 converted into "The Coronation Hall" and is still in use as such"

DB 11 November 2019

Market Deeping, Primitive Methodist, Chapel, Church, Coronation Hall
Market Deeping, School & School House
Market Deeping, School & School House
Market Deeping, School & School House

To the left No's 62 & 64 "Former school, now house. 1819"

Panel is inscribed "Erected by the Feofees of Market Deeping Charity Estates A.D. 1819" 

https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1360205 

To the right No. 60 "Former school house, now house. 1821, restored 1972"

Panel is inscribed "Erected Anno Domini 1821"

https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1062625 

Kelly's Directory of Lincolnshire 1919 has an entry for public elementary shools :-

"Endowed (boys), Church street, erected by the trusteee in 1819; the school will hold 70 children; average attendance, 54; Thomas Robert Kay, head teacher"

DB 7 September 2019 

Market Deeping, School, Feofees
Market Deeping, St Guthlac
Market Deeping, St Guthlac
Market Deeping, St Guthlac

View of St Guthlac's from the south-west.  Until the recent Deepings Bypass the road in the foreground was heavily used A15.

September 2014

Market Deeping, St Guthlac church
Market Deeping, St Guthlac
Market Deeping, St Guthlac
Market Deeping, St Guthlac

The Perpendicular tower of St Guthlac with its tall bell-openings dates from 1440.

The porch is early 13th century, with an inner round headed doorway of the late 12th century.

September 2014

Market Deeping, St Guthlac church, porch
Market Deeping, St Guthlac
Market Deeping, St Guthlac
Market Deeping, St Guthlac

The chancel, aisles and clerestory of St Guthlac's have windows of the 14th and 15th centuries, while the fine Perpendicular tower dates from 1440.

Inside are late 12th and 13th century arcades, and evidence of James Fowler’s restoration of 1875.

September 2014

Market Deeping, St Guthlac church, James Fowler
Market Deeping, St Guthlac, Chancel
Market Deeping, St Guthlac, Chancel
Market Deeping, St Guthlac, Chancel

Looking across the sanctuary to a C14 ogee canopied niche with an early C20 plaster figure of St Guthlac holding his flail.

Large C15 east window of five lights above and behind the altar.  

Fine mosaic C19 reredos depicting a stepped cross, flanked by kneeling angels.

In the south wall a C14 piscina and an early C16 double sedilia.

https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1165217 

DB 7 September 2019

Market Deeping, St Guthlac church, chancel
Market Deeping, St Guthlac, Chancel
Market Deeping, St Guthlac, Chancel
Market Deeping, St Guthlac, Chancel

Looking back through the 1875 chancel arch and into the nave.

Wedding about to take place as witness the white covered chairs.

DB 7 September 2019 

Market Deeping,
Market Deeping, St Guthlac, Chancel, Carved Panel
Market Deeping, St Guthlac, Chancel, Carved Panel
Market Deeping, St Guthlac, Chancel, Carved Panel

Anglo Saxon carved panel?

DB 7 September 2019

Market Deeping, Saint Guthlac, Church
Market Deeping, St Guthlac, Chancel, Grave Slab
Market Deeping, St Guthlac, Chancel, Grave Slab
Market Deeping, St Guthlac, Chancel, Grave Slab

"Reset tomb recess with relieving arch"

"In the north wall of the chancel a mid C13 coped and tapered grave slab bearing a cross fleury and foliate stem with tailed terminal"

https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1165217 

DB 7 September 2019

Market Deeping, St Guthlac church, chancel, grave slab
Market Deeping, St Guthlac, Chancel, Organ
Market Deeping, St Guthlac, Chancel, Organ
Market Deeping, St Guthlac, Chancel, Organ

Hill and Sons organ 1882.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Hill_%26_Sons 

The Church Guide states :-

"Our organ, built by William Hill of London, was installed in the extended former Wake family Chantry Chapel in 1882, at a cost of £339.

It replaced a harmonium (installed 1875) which in turn had replaced a barrel organ (installed 1841) and church musicians"

http://lincoln.ourchurchweb.org.uk/marketdeeping/docstore/265.pdf 

Organ recently refurbished and rededication service scheduled for 27th October.

http://lincoln.ourchurchweb.org.uk/marketdeeping/docstore/241.pdf 

DB 7 September 2019

Market Deeping, Saint Guthlac, Church, organ
Market Deeping, St Guthlac, Chancel, Window
Market Deeping, St Guthlac, Chancel, Window
Market Deeping, St Guthlac, Chancel, Window

"Stained glass in the south chancel wall depicting the life of St. Guthlac of 1878 and 1908 by H. Hughes.

https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1165217 

This window dated 1908. 

DB 11 November 2019

Market Deeping, Saint Guthlac, Church, stained glass, H. Hughes
Market Deeping, St Guthlac, Churchyard & Old Rectory
Market Deeping, St Guthlac, Churchyard & Old Rectory
Market Deeping, St Guthlac, Churchyard & Old Rectory

View across the churchyard towards the Old Rectory beyond.

"Early C14 refectory or infirmary to the Priory of Market Deeping, a cell of Thorney Abbey.

Converted to a rectory after the dissolution with alterations of mid C18, and extensions and further alterations of 1832 by Thomas Pilkington for Rev. W. Hildyard, in a Gothick style.

Minor C20 alterations"

https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1062659 

DB 7 September 2019

Market Deeping, Saint Guthlac, Churchyard, Thorney Abbey, Thomas Pilkington, Priory
Market Deeping, St Guthlac, Nave
Market Deeping, St Guthlac, Nave
Market Deeping, St Guthlac, Nave

The Transitional north arcade with its quatrefoil piers and round arches is late 12th century.  Above is the 15th century clerestory.

September 2014

Market Deeping, St Guthlac church
Market Deeping, St Guthlac, Nave
Market Deeping, St Guthlac, Nave
Market Deeping, St Guthlac, Nave

Looking east towards the 1875 chancel arch and beyond into the chancel.

All fittings are 1875.

https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1165217 

DB 7 September 2019

Market Deeping, Saint Guthlac, Church
Market Deeping, St Guthlac, Nave
Market Deeping, St Guthlac, Nave
Market Deeping, St Guthlac, Nave

Looking west towards the tower arch of 1440.

North arcade seen to the right with late C12 round arches.

South arcade seen to the left with C13 pointed arches.

https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1165217 

"In 2014 the Tower floor was lowered to accommodate a fully accessible toilet and servery, and a screen installed across its arch"

http://lincoln.ourchurchweb.org.uk/marketdeeping/docstore/265.pdf 

DB 7 September 2019

Market Deeping, Saint Guthlac, Church
Market Deeping, St Guthlac, Nave, Pulpit
Market Deeping, St Guthlac, Nave, Pulpit
Market Deeping, St Guthlac, Nave, Pulpit

"All fittings are 1875, including the facetted wooden pulpit"

https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1165217 

DB 7 September 2019

Market Deeping, St Guthlac church, pulpit
Market Deeping, St Guthlac, North Aisle
Market Deeping, St Guthlac, North Aisle
Market Deeping, St Guthlac, North Aisle

The Church Guide states :-

"The North Aisle accommodated a Guild Chapel for All Saints in medieval times; it now accommodates the Lady Chapel"

http://lincoln.ourchurchweb.org.uk/marketdeeping/docstore/265.pdf 

The aisle was widened in 1878. 

DB 7 September 2019

Market Deeping, Saint Guthlac, Church
Market Deeping, St Guthlac, North Aisle, Monument
Market Deeping, St Guthlac, North Aisle, Monument
Market Deeping, St Guthlac, North Aisle, Monument

"To the Memory of WILLIAM GOODALE, who died April ye 9th 1716, aged 110.

At the age of 50 He married HANNAH his Wife, who was then 25 Years of Age and had issue by her 15 Children.

At his death, having been married 60 years his youngest Son was 30 Years of Age.

Also of Hannah his Widow who died April ye 21st, 1723 aged 92"

DB 7 September 2019

Market Deeping, Saint Guthlac, Church, Monument, William Goodale
Market Deeping, St Guthlac, North Aisle, Window
Market Deeping, St Guthlac, North Aisle, Window
Market Deeping, St Guthlac, North Aisle, Window

"In the north aisle a fine 2 light stained glass window of 1920 in grisaille glass depicting St. Michael and St. Gabriel, by H. Hendry"

https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1165217 

DB 11 November 2019

Market Deeping, Saint Guthlac, Church, stained glass, H. Hendry
Market Deeping, St Guthlac, Porch
Market Deeping, St Guthlac, Porch
Market Deeping, St Guthlac, Porch

"Inner late C12 rounded headed doorway with single angle shafts with waterleaf capitals and keeled roll moulding to the head.

The C19 double doors have reset scrolled and floriated early C13 ironwork hinge pieces"

https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1165217 

DB 7 September 2019

Market Deeping, Saint Guthlac, Church, porch
Market Deeping, St Guthlac, Porch
Market Deeping, St Guthlac, Porch
Market Deeping, St Guthlac, Porch

"Early C13 coped and tapering grave cover with floriated cross and horseshoe ribbons to the centre, and a fragment of a late C13 tomb cover with elaborately decorated cross head and raised flowers"

https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1165217 

DB 7 September 2019

Market Deeping, Saint Guthlac, Church, porch
Market Deeping, St Guthlac, Porch
Market Deeping, St Guthlac, Porch
Market Deeping, St Guthlac, Porch

"In the porch a fragment of late C10 Anglo Saxon tomb cover with single strand interlace panels"

https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1165217 

DB 11 November 2019

Market Deeping, Saint Guthlac, Church
Market Deeping, St Guthlac, South Aisle
Market Deeping, St Guthlac, South Aisle
Market Deeping, St Guthlac, South Aisle

The Church Guide states:-

"The east end of the South Aisle, with its 14th Century piscina and aumbry, was probably used as the chapel for the Guild of Our Lady"

http://lincoln.ourchurchweb.org.uk/marketdeeping/docstore/265.pdf 

DB 7 September 2019

Market Deeping, Saint Guthlac, Church
Market Deeping, St Guthlac, South Aisle
Market Deeping, St Guthlac, South Aisle
Market Deeping, St Guthlac, South Aisle

Looking west towards the font.

DB 7 September 2019

Market Deeping, Saint Guthlac, Church
Market Deeping, St Guthlac, South Aisle
Market Deeping, St Guthlac, South Aisle
Market Deeping, St Guthlac, South Aisle

View from the south aisle, across the nave, and into the north aisle.

The late C12 round arches of the north arcade are clearly seen with part of the C15 clerestory above. 

DB 7 September 2019 

Market Deeping, Saint Guthlac, Church
Market Deeping, St Guthlac, South Aisle, Benefaction
Market Deeping, St Guthlac, South Aisle, Benefaction
Market Deeping, St Guthlac, South Aisle, Benefaction

"JOHN PERKINS MERCHANT OF THIS PLACE WHO DIED 4 FEB. 1879, LEFT £800 TO THE FEOFFEES OF MARKET DEEPING;

TEN GUINEAS OF THE YEARLY INTEREST TO BE SUBSCRIBED TO THE PETERBOROUGH INFIRMARY,TO ENABLE THE FEOFFEES TO NOMINATE PATIENTS PROM MARKET DEEPING,

AND THE REMAINING INTEREST TO BE GIVEN YEARLY AT CHRISTMAS, IN COALS, TO THE DESERVING POOR OF THE PARISH"

DB 7 September 2019

Market Deeping, Saint Guthlac, Church, JOHN PERKINS
Market Deeping, St Guthlac, South Aisle, East Window
Market Deeping, St Guthlac, South Aisle, East Window
Market Deeping, St Guthlac, South Aisle, East Window

"DEDICATED IN AFFECTIONATE REMEMBRANCE OF JOHN ALFRED WYLES AND ANN HIS WIFE BY THEIR TWO SONS AD 1880"

DB 7 September 2019

Market Deeping, Saint Guthlac, Church, stained glass, wyles
Market Deeping, St Guthlac, South Aisle, Font
Market Deeping, St Guthlac, South Aisle, Font
Market Deeping, St Guthlac, South Aisle, Font

"Recut C15 octagonal font with cusped shields and quatrelobes to the sides, and trefoils on the base"

https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1165217 

DB 7 September 2019

Market Deeping, Saint Guthlac, Church, font
Market Deeping, St Guthlac, South Aisle, Roll of Honour
Market Deeping, St Guthlac, South Aisle, Roll of Honour
Market Deeping, St Guthlac, South Aisle, Roll of Honour

Roll of Honour for those who served in the First World War.

DB 7 September 2019

Market Deeping, Saint Guthlac, Church, roll of honour
Market Deeping, St Guthlac, South Aisle, War Memorial
Market Deeping, St Guthlac, South Aisle, War Memorial
Market Deeping, St Guthlac, South Aisle, War Memorial

Linked tablets for the First World War (above) and Second World War (below) 

Originally dedicated 1st December 1920.

DB 7 September 2019

Market Deeping, Saint Guthlac, Church, war memorial
Market Deeping, St Guthlac, Tower
Market Deeping, St Guthlac, Tower
Market Deeping, St Guthlac, Tower

Kelly's Directory of Lincolnshire 1919 states :-

"The church of St. Guthlac, built or rebuilt in the 13th century, is an ancient fabric of stone, in the Early English and Perpendicular styles, consisting of chancel, clerestoried nave, aisles, south porch and & a massive embattled western tower containing a clock and a fine peal of 6 bells, dated 1766 and recast by Joseph Eayre, of St. Neots; four have Latin inscripitions;

the nave, with its arcade of semicircular arches on the north side and pointed arches on the south and the porch are Transitional:

the east wall of the chancel has two richly carved canopied niches with brackets:

in the south side are three sedilia and piscina, there is also an aumbry, a low side window, barred with iron and a coped gravestone with floriated cross, of the 14th century:

at the east side of the south aisle is another piscina and aumbry, and at the east end of the north aisle is the entrance to the ancient rood loft, near which is a mural tablet to William Goodale, ob. 1716, aged 110:

outside the east wall is a coped gravestone, similar to the one in the chancel:

in the chancel are two stained windows, presented in 1878 by the Rev. canon D. Robertson M.A. rector 1875-80, when £3,000 was expended on the enlargement and restoration of the edifice:

there are 400 sittings"

DB 7 September 2019

Market Deeping, Saint Guthlac, Church, tower
Market Deeping, St Guthlac, Tower, Sundial
Market Deeping, St Guthlac, Tower, Sundial
Market Deeping, St Guthlac, Tower, Sundial

Sundial on north side of the tower. The church is aligned a little to the north of east so presumably this face of the tower does receive some direct sunlight towards the end of the day.

"On the south face of the tower is a limestone sundial inscribed with "The day is thine", with a similar sundial on the north face which bears the words "The Night cometh""

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/St_Guthlac%27s_Church,_Market_Deeping

DB 7 September 2019

Market Deeping, Saint Guthlac, Church, sundial
Market Deeping, St Guthlac, Tower, Sundial
Market Deeping, St Guthlac, Tower, Sundial
Market Deeping, St Guthlac, Tower, Sundial

Sundial on south side of the tower.

"On the south face of the tower is a limestone sundial inscribed with "The day is thine", with a similar sundial on the north face which bears the words "The Night cometh""

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/St_Guthlac%27s_Church,_Market_Deeping

"Painted sundial originally 1710, restored 1880 and 1980"

https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1165217 

DB 7 September 2019

Market Deeping, Saint Guthlac, Church, sundial
Market Deeping, Stamford Canal
Market Deeping, Stamford Canal
Market Deeping, Stamford Canal

This section of the Stamford Canal to the west of Market Deeping (TF 125098) runs close to the A16 with the River Welland in a parallel channel to the south.

Molcey's Mill, in the background of the photograph, was powered by the Welland and could take advantage of the canal for transporting materials to and from the mill.


Ken Redmore, 2010

Market Deeping, canal, Stamford, watermill, Molcey,
Market Deeping, Town Bridge
Market Deeping, Town Bridge
Market Deeping, Town Bridge

Bridge over River Welland rebuilt in 1841.

https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1062658 

White's Directory of Lincolnshire 1856 states :-

"The old wooden bridge, which here crossed the Welland, has given place to a handsome stone bridge, of three arches, erected by the county, in 1840-1, at the cost of £8000, including the cost of several houses and other buildings, which were purchased and taken down for the purpose of widening the approaches"

DB 7 September 2019

Market Deeping, Town Bridge
Market Deeping, Town Hall
Market Deeping, Town Hall
Market Deeping, Town Hall

"Town hall and waiting room. 1835, possibly by Thomas Pilkington"

https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1317350 

DB 7 September 2019

Market Deeping, Town Hall, Thomas Pilkington
Market Deeping, Town Hall, Olympic Torch Town
Market Deeping, Town Hall, Olympic Torch Town
Market Deeping, Town Hall, Olympic Torch Town

"The 2012 Summer Olympics torch relay was run from 19 May until 27 July, prior to the London 2012 Summer Olympics"

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2012_Summer_Olympics_torch_relay

DB 7 September 2019 

Market Deeping, Town Hall, Olympic Torch
Market Deeping, Vine Inn
Market Deeping, Vine Inn
Market Deeping, Vine Inn

"Public house. Late C18, altered C20"

https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1165234 

White's Directory of Lincolnshire 1856 lists 12 inns & taverns :-

Black Horse, John Motterham

Bull Inn, Wm. Chapman

George Inn, Thomas Woods

King's Head, Thomas Pridmore

New Inn, Jane Barber

Odd Fellows' Arms, John Russell

Queen's Arms, Thomas Measures

Red Lion, Wm. Mason

Vine, Wm. Algar

Wheat Sheaf, Robert Parker

Wheel, John Creet

White Horse, Andrew Jackson

DB 7 September 2019

Market Deeping, Vine Inn, Public House
Market Deeping, White Horse, Public House
Market Deeping, White Horse, Public House
Market Deeping, White Horse, Public House

"Public house. Late C18, with C20 alterations"

https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1062663 

DB 7 September 2019

Market Deeping, White Horse, Public House