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Bardney, Peter Hancock's Hospital
Bardney, Peter Hancock's Hospital
Bardney, Peter Hancock's Hospital

This charity was established by Hancock (or Handcock) in 1712, with an endowment to support seven men and seven women of Bardney.

Pearl Wheatley, 2012

Bardney, Peter Hancock's Hospital charity
Barkston, Almshouses
Barkston, Almshouses
Barkston, Almshouses

Almshouses founded by Richard Hickson in 1640.

Rebuilt 1839 in "Belton estate style". 

DB 21 March 2018

Barkston, Almshouse, Richard Hickson
Grantham, Dawson's Almhouses, Brook Street
Grantham, Dawson's Almhouses, Brook Street
Grantham, Dawson's Almhouses, Brook Street

Kelly's Directory of Lincolnshire 1919 states :-

"Dawson's Almshouses, Brook street, Little Gonerby, were erected in 1862 by the trustees of the charity left by the will of George Dawson in 1662;

these are for ten poor and aged persons, each of whom receives 6s. weekly;

the income is derived from a farm at Gosberton"

DB 30 January 2019

Grantham, Dawsons Almhouses, charity
Grantham, Hurst's Almshouses
Grantham, Hurst's Almshouses
Grantham, Hurst's Almshouses

Viewed from St Wulfram's churchyard.

"Range of C19 rebuilt almshouses (founded in C17)"

https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1062521 

DB 31 July 2018 

Grantham, Hurst's Almshouses
Heckington, Henry Godson's Almshouses
Heckington, Henry Godson's Almshouses
Heckington, Henry Godson's Almshouses

"Almshouses. 1886"

https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1168811 

"Victorian Almshouses built in 1886 to provide homes ‘for poor widows’ with a bequest from wealthy local bachelor Henry Godson.

These replaced four thatched cottages given by the Taylor Charity in the 18th century, two of which burnt down in 1833"

http://www.heckingtonvillagetrust.org.uk/a-walk-around-heckington.html 

The telephone box visible at the left hand edge of this image is also a listed structure. 

"Telephone kiosk. Type K6. Designed 1935 by Sir Giles Gilbert Scott"

https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1169043

Now used to house a defibrillator. 

DB 12 December 2017

Heckington, Henry Godson's Almshouses, Taylor Charity, Telephone kiosk, Sir Giles Gilbert Scott
Hemingby, Almshouses, Main Street
Hemingby, Almshouses, Main Street
Hemingby, Almshouses, Main Street

"5 almshouses. 1727, C20. Red brick"

https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1062997 

Central cottage was originally the school provided by Lady Jane Dymoke. 

Located directly to north of the church.

DB 3 September 2018

Hemingby, Almshouses, Dymoke, Scrivelsby
Hemingby, Almshouses, Main Street
Hemingby, Almshouses, Main Street
Hemingby, Almshouses, Main Street

"Ashlar plaque above central doorway inscribed:

"This Hospital and School were erected in the year 1727 by Jane Dymoke Widow of the Hon. Charles Dymoke of Scrivelsby Esq Champion of England and endowed by her will and a yearly salary to a School Master and Mistress for teaching all the poor children in the Parish of Hemingby to read write and work and with competent provision of clothing for six of the said children and for putting some of them Apprentices and also yearly allowance for four poor widows Inhabitants of the County of Lincolnshire is appointed in her will"

https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1062997 

DB 3 September 2018

Hemingby, Almshouses, Dymoke, Scrivelsby, Champion of England, School
Louth, Orme's Almshouses, Eastgate
Louth, Orme's Almshouses, Eastgate
Louth, Orme's Almshouses, Eastgate

"James Fowler built the Orme's almshouses on Eastgate in 1885.

They are Jacobean in style set in a L-Shaped range set back from the street.

Orme Almshouses were endowed for ten poor men by the Revd Frederick Orme rector of Lydon (Rutland) in 1885.

Ten almshouses and a porter's lodge, designed by James Fowler, were built on the site of the old prison on Eastgate.

The almshouses sit in an ornamental acre of grounds"

http://www.heritagegateway.org.uk/Gateway/Results_Single.aspx?uid=MLI42911&resourceID=1006 

DB 7 March 2018 

Louth, Orme's Almshouses, Eastgate, James Fowler
Louth, Orme's Almshouses, Eastgate
Louth, Orme's Almshouses, Eastgate
Louth, Orme's Almshouses, Eastgate

Warden's Lodge at the entrance to Orme's Almshouses.

"Ten almshouses arranged in two terraces of 4 and 6 dwellings, and a warden's lodge, enclosed by a wall and railings.

Built for the Trustees of the Orme Almshouses, endowed by the Revd. Frederick Orme between 1885-1888 and designed by James Fowler"

https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1415542 

DB 12 September 2018

Louth, Orme's Almshouses, Eastgate, James Fowler
Revesby, Joseph Banks' Almshouses
Revesby, Joseph Banks' Almshouses
Revesby, Joseph Banks' Almshouses

Kelly's Directory of Lincolnshire 1919 states :-

"Almshouses for ten decayed agriculturists were founded by Joseph Banks esq. M.P. of Revesby, in 1727, and endowed by him with £50 yearly"

"almshouses rebuilt by the late J. Banks Stanhope esq"

Rebuilt in 1862. 

DB 16 February 2019

Revesby, Joseph Banks' Almshouses, Stanhope
Revesby, Joseph Banks' Almshouses
Revesby, Joseph Banks' Almshouses
Revesby, Joseph Banks' Almshouses

"In the front gables are blank trilobes alternating with ashlar panels, inscribed with Banks insignia and date 1862.

Over the central pair a larger tablet records the foundation of the original almshouses in 1728 by Joseph Banks,Esq., MP for Revesby"

https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1215308 

Rebuilt by J. Banks Stanhope in 1862.

DB 16 February 2019

Revesby, Joseph Banks' Almshouses, J. Banks Stanhope
Revesby, Joseph Banks' Almshouses
Revesby, Joseph Banks' Almshouses
Revesby, Joseph Banks' Almshouses

"a larger tablet records the foundation of the original almshouses in 1728 by Joseph Banks,Esq., MP for Revesby.

The almshouses rebuilt by J. Banks Stanhope"

https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1215308 

DB 16 February 2019

Revesby, Joseph Banks' Almshouses, J. Banks Stanhope
Sleaford, Carre's Hospital, Eastgate
Sleaford, Carre's Hospital, Eastgate
Sleaford, Carre's Hospital, Eastgate

"Architect, H E Kendall.

Nine bay east range of 1830.

Seven bay south range of 1841-6.

On site of the house of the Carre family.

L-plan.

Range of early C19 almshouses in ashlar"

DB 24 July 2018 

Sleaford, Carre's Hospital, Bede Houses, H E Kendall
Spital in the Street, Almshouses
Spital in the Street, Almshouses
Spital in the Street, Almshouses

These almshouses of 1620 were remodelled in the nineteenth century.

Pearl Wheatley, 2011

Spital In The Street, almshouses
Tattershall, Castle Almshouses
Tattershall, Castle Almshouses
Tattershall, Castle Almshouses

"Originally 10, now 5 almshouses. C15 founded by Ralph Cromwell, remodelled C17, altered C19 and C20"

https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1287752 

DB 5 April 2018

Tattershall, Castle Almshouses, Ralph Cromwell
Wragby, Almshouses
Wragby, Almshouses
Wragby, Almshouses

Wragby, Turbnor almshouses