"Vicarage. Early C19"
White's Directory 1856 states "The Provost and Fellows of Oriel College, Oxford, are appropriators of the rectory, and patrons of the vicarage, which is valued in K.B. at £6. 12s. 1d., and now at £126, in the incumbency of the Rev. T. T. Penrose, M.A. ...
The Vicarage has been augmented with £400 royal bounty and private benefactions, which was laid out in the purchase of 40 acres of land at Billinghay.
At the enclosure, in 1760, a yearly rent-charge of £60 was awarded to the vicar, and £9 to the appropriators; also, allotments of 14A. 2P. to the former, and 9A. 3R. 36P. to the latter.
The Vicarage House is a neat stone building"
Also "Penrose Rev Thos. Trevenen, M.A., vicar of Coleby, rector of Weston, Notts., & prebendary of Bedford Minor, Vicarage"
DB 9 May 2018