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Aisthorpe, Old Rectory
Aisthorpe, Old Rectory
Aisthorpe, Old Rectory

The south elevation of the Old Rectory, built in 1876.

Pearl Wheatley, 2011

Aisthorpe, Old Rectory
Ancaster, Rectory
Ancaster, Rectory
Ancaster, Rectory
Ancaster, Rectory
Ashby cum Fenby, Rectory
Ashby cum Fenby, Rectory
Ashby cum Fenby, Rectory

Undated postcard.

Kelly's Directory of Lincolnshire 1919 states "The living is a rectory, net yearly value £200, including 44 acres of glebe and residence, built in 1849, in the gift of the Lord Chancellor, and held since 1893 by the Rev. Harry Smedley Vlako Turner B.A. of Corpus Christi College, Cambridge, who is also rector of Brigsley"

Ashby cum Fenby, Rectory
Aubourn, Vicarage
Aubourn, Vicarage
Aubourn, Vicarage

Former vicarage close to the new church - an older vicarage "Thatched Cottage" lies to the south of the old church.

Kelly's Directory of Lincolnshire states :-

"The living is a vicarage, net yearly value £260, including 20 acres of glebe, with residence, in the gift of Ralph H. C. Nevile esq. but pro hac vice T. H. Burroughes esq. of. Ketton Cottage, Stamford, and held since 1890 by the Rev. Joseph Potts M. A. of Emmanuel College, Cambridge"

DB 24 July 2020  

Aubourn, Vicarage
Aunsby, Rectory
Aunsby, Rectory
Aunsby, Rectory

The rectory in Aunsby (for both this parish and Dembleby) was built in 1856.

T R Leach Collection, c.1990

Aunsby, Rectory
Barton upon Humber, St Peter's Vicarage
Barton upon Humber, St Peter's Vicarage
Barton upon Humber, St Peter's Vicarage
This is the house where Chad Varah, founder of The Samaritans, was born in 1911. His father wsa Canon William Edward Varah, vicar of St Peter's.
Barton Upon Humber, Chad Varah, St Peter's vicarage
Belton, Bridgewater House
Belton, Bridgewater House
Belton, Bridgewater House

"Former rectory, now a house. Dated 1822"

DB 3 April 2018 

Belton, Bridgewater House
Benniworth, St Julian, Rectory
Benniworth, St Julian, Rectory
Benniworth, St Julian, Rectory

Former Rectory now a private house.

DB 9 September 2018 

Benniworth, Rectory
Billinghay, Vicarage
Billinghay, Vicarage
Billinghay, Vicarage

The old vicarage, now a listed building, was sold in 1734 when this replacement vicarage was built.

DB 25 June 2020

Billinghay, Vicarage
Billinghay, Vicarage
Billinghay, Vicarage
Billinghay, Vicarage

"Cottage. Early C18 with late C18 and C20 alterations"

https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1061744 

"A cottage built in the mid 17th century which served as a vicarage until 1734. The building was converted to a museum and visitor centre in c.1989"

https://www.lincstothepast.com/The-Old-Vicarage-and-associated-outhouse--Billinghay/239526.record?pt=S 

DB 23 August 2020

Billinghay, Cottage, vicarage
Bourne, Brook Lodge
Bourne, Brook Lodge
Bourne, Brook Lodge

"Built in 1776 by Reverend H Hyde as the Vicarage of the Abbey Church"

https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1260248 

DB 18 July 2020  

Bourne, Brook Lodge
Careby, Old Rectory
Careby, Old Rectory
Careby, Old Rectory

"Former rectory, now house. 1827, by Thomas Boyfield"

https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1062872 

Footbridge in the foreground leading from the Old Rectory, over the River Glen, and into the churchyard. 

DB 27 April 2019 

Careby, Rectory, Thomas Boyfield
Cleethorpes, St Peter's Vicarage,
Cleethorpes, St Peter's Vicarage,
Cleethorpes, St Peter's Vicarage,

The Grade II listed former Vicarage was built in 1851-2 to the design of the Grimsby architect Edward Micklethwaite. It is now part of St Peter's Primary School.

Undated postcard

Cleethorpes, vicarage, Micklethwaite
Corby Glen, St John the Evangelist, Vicarage
Corby Glen, St John the Evangelist, Vicarage
Corby Glen, St John the Evangelist, Vicarage

Rear view of the vicarage from the churchyard. 

"Former house, now rectory, wall and gateway.

Late C16 with late C17 addition and in 1814 alterations to form a vicarage"

https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1309127 

Kelly's Directory of Lincolnshire 1919 states

"The vicarage house is a large and substantial building in the Elizabethan style"

DB 27 June 2018

Corby Glen, Vicarage
Elsham, Vicarage
Elsham, Vicarage
Elsham, Vicarage

Undated postcard.

Kelly's Directory of Lincolnshire 1919 states "The living is a vicarage, net yearly value £97 including 3 acres of glebe and residence, in the gift of Sir F. E.G. Astley-Corbett bart. and held since 1916 by the Rev. John Knight Lomax"

Elsham, Vicarage
Epworth, Old Rectory
Epworth, Old Rectory
Epworth, Old Rectory

The Old Rectory is John and Charles Wesley's home. It was built in 1709 after the previous building was destroyed by fire.

postcard published by Barnes & Breeze of Epworth, undated

Epworth, Old Rectory, Barnes & Breeze
Epworth, Old Rectory
Epworth, Old Rectory
Epworth, Old Rectory

"Rectory, now house and museum. 1709 with later minor alterations; renovations of 1956-7 ... Ceased being rectory in 1954 when it was purchased by the World Methodist Council who undertook restorations"

https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1068805

"The rectory was home to the Reverend Samuel Wesley, his wife Susanna and their 19 children, one of whom, John Wesley, grew up to become a founder of the Methodist Church"

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Old_Rectory,_Epworth

DB 9 August 2019

Epworth, Rectory, Museum, Methodist, Samuel Wesley, John Wesley
Epworth, Old Rectory
Epworth, Old Rectory
Epworth, Old Rectory

White's Directory of Lincolnshire 1872 states :-

"The rectory, valued in K.B. at £28 16s. 8d., and now at £691, is in the patronage of the Crown, and incumbency of the Hon. and Rev. Charles Dundas, M.A., J.P., who is also rural dean, and has a good Rectory House, built in lieu of the old residence, burnt down in the year 1709.

At the enclosure, in 1795, the tithes were commuted for a yearly corn rent, which varies every 21 years, according to the average price of wheat.

The glebe is 40 acres; and the church land, 43A. 1R. 3P., is let for £112 per annum"

DB 9 August 2019

Epworth, Rectory, Museum, Methodist, Samuel Wesley, John Wesley
Epworth, Old Rectory, Attic
Epworth, Old Rectory, Attic
Epworth, Old Rectory, Attic

"The Epworth Rectory haunting also known as the "Wesley poltergeist" is one of the best-known English poltergeist claims.

From December 1716 until January 1717, it is said to have been plagued by a series of regularly occurring mysterious loud noises and knockings, apparently caused by a ghost the eldest Wesley daughter Hetty nicknamed "Old Jeffrey", who made his presence known to all on Christmas Day 1716.

In Mrs. Wesley's words, "there was such a noise in the room over our heads, as if several people were walking, then running up and down stairs that we thought the children would be frightened".

According to the tale, as she and her husband searched the house in vain for the culprit, Old Jeffrey continued "rattling and thundering in every room, and even blowing an invisible horn at deafening decibels".

"Old Jeffrey" supposedly disappeared in January 1717 just as suddenly as he had appeared"

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Old_Rectory,_Epworth 

DB 9 August 2019

Epworth, Rectory, Museum, Methodist, Samuel Wesley, John Wesley, attic, poltergeist
Epworth, Old Rectory, Garden
Epworth, Old Rectory, Garden
Epworth, Old Rectory, Garden

Rectory west garden viewed from the "Best Chamber" on the first floor of the house.

DB 9 August 2019

Epworth, Rectory, Museum, Methodist, Samuel Wesley, John Wesley, garden
Epworth, Old Rectory, Parlour
Epworth, Old Rectory, Parlour
Epworth, Old Rectory, Parlour

View across the parlour looking towards John Wesley's clock near the corner.

Originally a one handed clock with the makers name "Markmick, London" on the dial.

DB 9 August 2019

Epworth, Rectory, Museum, Methodist, Samuel Wesley, John Wesley, parlour
Folkingham, Rectory (New)
Folkingham, Rectory (New)
Folkingham, Rectory (New)

Modern rectory with St Andrew's church tower visible in the background.

DB 23 June 2020

Folkingham, Rectory
Folkingham, Rectory (Old)
Folkingham, Rectory (Old)
Folkingham, Rectory (Old)

The Old Rectory c.1800.

https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1317163 

Kelly's Directory of Lincolnshire 1913 states "The living is a rectory, united with the vicarage of Laughton, joint net yearly value £245, in the gift of T. A. R. Heathcote esq. and held since 1906 by the Rev. Francis Valentine Heath M.A. of Christ's College, Cambridge"

DB 23 June 2020

Folkingham, Rectory (Old)
Friskney, The Vicarage
Friskney, The Vicarage
Friskney, The Vicarage

The Vicarage was built in the 18th century and was still in use into the last half of the 20th.

It is now a private dwelling.

Postcard: early 1900s (Edward VII stamp)

Friskney, vicarage
Gainsborough, St George's Vicarage
Gainsborough, St George's Vicarage
Gainsborough, St George's Vicarage

Vicarage immediately adjacent to the Church but was unoccupied when this image was taken.

DB 6 August 2019

Gainsborough, Saint George, Vicarage
Gainsborough, St John, Vicarage
Gainsborough, St John, Vicarage
Gainsborough, St John, Vicarage

Kelly's Directory of Lincolnshire 1919 states :-

"The living is a vicarage, net yearly value £294, with residence, in the gift of the Bishop of Lincoln, and held since 1912 by the Rev. Patrick Andrew Clay M.A. of Keble College, Oxford"

Now divided into flats. 

DB 18 June 2019

Gainsborough, Saint John, Vicarage
Gosberton, Vicarage
Gosberton, Vicarage
Gosberton, Vicarage

Undated postcard.

White's Directory of Lincolnshire 1872 states "The living is a discharged vicarage, valued at £130, in the patronage of the Dean and Chapter of Lincoln, and incumbency of the Rev. John Topham, M.A., who has a neat vicarage house, in the Elizabethan style, erected by subscription in 1851"

Gosberton, Vicarage
Great Hale, Old Vicarage
Great Hale, Old Vicarage
Great Hale, Old Vicarage

"Former vicarage, now house. 1730, altered early C19 and C20"

https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1061842 

DB 28 July 2018 

Great Hale, Old Vicarage
Greetham, Rectory
Greetham, Rectory
Greetham, Rectory

Old rectory, next to the church, now a private house. 

White's Directory of Lincolnshire 1856 states :-

"The Church (All Saints) is a rectory, valued in K.B. at £10. 19s. 4d., and now at £276.

The Bishop of Lincoln is patron, and the Rev. James Adcock, M.A., who has a good Rectory House, built about five years ago, is incumbent.

The glebe is 48 acres, and the corn rent, established at the enclosure, in 1794, in lieu of the corn tithe, averages about £170 per annum.

The poor have 10s. a year out of Cross Closes, left by Elizabeth Somersby, in 1733" 

DB 6 February 2020

Greetham, Rectory, house
Hainton, Vicarage
Hainton, Vicarage
Hainton, Vicarage

Former vicarage.

Kelly's Directory of Lincolnshire 1919 states "The living is a vicarage (joined with that of Sixhills), joint net yearly value £294 with 126 acres of glebe and residence, in the gift of Lord Heneage, and held since 1916 by the Rev. Richard Aston, of Lincoln Theological College, who is also vicar of Sixhills"

DB 1 June 2019

Hainton, Vicarage
Harmston, Vicarage
Harmston, Vicarage
Harmston, Vicarage

Undated postcard.

"Vicarage. Early C19. Ashlar with shallow-pitched Welsh slate, hipped roof. Two storeys"

https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1164917 

Kelly's Directory of Lincolnshire 1919 states "The living is a vicarage, net yearly value £250, with residence, in the gift of Nathanial C. Cockburn esq. and held since 1916 by the Rev. Douglas Smith B.A. of Emmanuel College, Cambridge"

Harmston, Vicarage
Heckington, Vicarage
Heckington, Vicarage
Heckington, Vicarage

Undated postcard.

White's Directory of Lincolnshire 1872 states "The vicarage, valued in K.B. at £12. 6s. 3d., and now at £350, is in the patronage of 'William Allison, Esq., and incumbency of the Rev. George Thomas Cameron, M.A.

The tithes were commuted at the enclosure in 1764 for allotments of land.

The Vicarage House was built in 1820, and is a commodious brick building"

Heckington, Vicarage
Heydour, Church Lees Farmhouse
Heydour, Church Lees Farmhouse
Heydour, Church Lees Farmhouse

"Possibly former rectory, now farm house; c.1700 with major alterations and addition in c.1800"

"Above door a blocked window forming a niche in which there stands a C14 carved figure of a musician"

https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1360325 

DB 6 August 2018 

Heydour, Church Lees Farmhouse
Horncastle, Market Place
Horncastle, Market Place
Horncastle, Market Place

This undated (pre-1866) painting by E Roberts shows the Old Vicarage at the end of the Market Place with edge of the Punch House showing on the extreme left.

The Market Place contained a series of small shops and shacks, shown here on the right, which were cleared away in 1862.

This view shows (on the extreme right foreground) the north side of the High Street frontage leading into the Market Place.

Courtesy Pearl Wheatley

Horncastle, Market Place, E Roberts, painting, Punch House, Old Vicarage,
Ingham, Rectory (Vicarage?)
Ingham, Rectory (Vicarage?)
Ingham, Rectory (Vicarage?)

Undated postcard.

White's Directory of Lincolnshire 1872 reads "The vicarage, valued in K.B. at £6. 13s. 4d., and now at £90, is in the incumbency of the Rev. S. K. Webster, M.A. who has a good residence, built in 1852, at an expense of about £1000.

At the enclosure, in 1769, the corn tithes were commuted for an allotment of 243A. 2R. 24P., and the hay tithes for 58A.1R. 36P. The former belongs to R. H. C. Nevile, Esq., and the latter to John Dalton, Esq.

The vicarial glebe is 47 acres"

Ingham, Rectory, Vicarage
Ingoldsby, Old Manor House
Ingoldsby, Old Manor House
Ingoldsby, Old Manor House

"Former Rectory [in Main Street] now house; 1847 by Charles Kirk of Sleaford"

https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1062394 

DB 18 February 2019

Ingoldsby, Old Manor House, Rectory, Charles Kirk
Kirton Lindsey, Vicarage
Kirton Lindsey, Vicarage
Kirton Lindsey, Vicarage

Undated postcard.

White's Directory of Lincolnshire 1872 states "The Bishop of Lincoln is patron of the living, which is valued in K.B. at £6.13s. 4d., and now at £300, in the incumbency of the Rev. Jno. Fras. Stuart, M.A., surrogate, and also vicar of Northorpe.

The Ecclesiastical Commissioners a few years ago augmented the living from £160 to £300 a year, and built a commodious vicarage house"

Kirton Lindsey, Vicarage
Laceby, Rectory
Laceby, Rectory
Laceby, Rectory

Old Rectory viewed from the churchyard.

White's Directory of Lincolnshire 1856 states "Rev. Wm. Hilton Hutchinson is the incumbent, and has a good Rectory House, built in 1834, and 17 acres of glebe"

DB 7 March 2020

Laceby, Rectory
Langrick, Vicarage
Langrick, Vicarage
Langrick, Vicarage

Former Vicarage, located next to the church, now a private house. 

Kelly's Directory of Lincolnshire 1919 states :-

"The living of Wildmore is a perpetual curacy, net yearly value £345, with residence, in the gift of the Bishop of Lincoln, and held since 1913 by the Rev. Gerald Marchant Davis M.A. of University College, Durham" 

DB 7 May 2019

Langrick, Vicarage, Wildmore
Long Sutton, Vicarage
Long Sutton, Vicarage
Long Sutton, Vicarage

Undated postcard.

White's Directory of Lincolnshire 1872 states "The benefice is a vicarage, endowed with the vicarial tithes of St. Mary's, St. Matthew's, St. Nicholas', St. James's and St. Edmund's, valued in K.B. at £40, and now at £1100, in the patronage and incumbency of the Rev. Edward Leigh Bennett, M.A., who has a spacious vicarage house half-a-mile from the town"

Long Sutton, Vicarage
Louth, Rectory
Louth, Rectory
Louth, Rectory

"Rectory 1828 viewed from the tower of St James Church.

"Red brick with slate roofs plus brick coped gables and kneelers.

4 tall brick stacks with diagonal shafts"

https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1308635 

DB 22 September 2015 

Louth, Rectory, Westgate
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
North Owersby, Vicarage
North Owersby, Vicarage
North Owersby, Vicarage

Undated postcard.

White's Directory of Lincolnshire 1872 states "Wm. Angerstein, Esq., the present owner of the soil and lord of the manor, is patron of the benefice, which is a vicarage, valued in K.B. at £8. 18s. 4d., and united with Kirkby-cum-Osgodby, and the joint livings now valued at £380, are in the incumbency of the Rev. Wm. Hare who resides in Switzerland.

There are 16A. 29P. of glebe, a tithe-rent of £244. 13s. 10d., awarded in 1839, and a good vicarage house, enlarged in 1863, in which the Rev. Edward E. Hadath, M.A., the curate in charge, resides"

North Owersby, Vicarage
Old Somerby, Rectory
Old Somerby, Rectory
Old Somerby, Rectory

"Former rectory now house; c.1700 with later C18, C19 and C20 alterations and additions"

https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1253283 

Viewed from the churchyard. 

DB 2 March 2019

Old Somerby, Rectory
Old Somerby, Rectory
Old Somerby, Rectory
Old Somerby, Rectory

A depiction of Saint George and the Dragon over the front door.

DB 2 March 2020 

Old Somerby, Rectory
Osbournby, Vicarage
Osbournby, Vicarage
Osbournby, Vicarage

Postcard (Dated August 5th but not clear what year)

White's Directory of Lincolnshire 1872 states "The vicarage, valued in K.B. at £7. 0s. 5d., and now at £250, is in the gift of Hulme's Trustees, and incumbency of the Rev. Thomas Molineux Jackson, M.A.

The vicarage house is a handsome brick residence, with stone facings, rebuilt in 1864, by the present incumbent and the patrons, at a cost of £900.

The benefice has 32A., 2R. of land, at Donington, purchased with an augmentation from Queen Anne's Bounty and private benefaction.

The old glebe is 13 acres, to which 98A. 1R. was added at the enclosure, when all the tithes were commuted for allotments"

Osbournby, Vicarage
Owston Ferry, Vicarage
Owston Ferry, Vicarage
Owston Ferry, Vicarage

Pevsner states "Old Vicarage. 1866 by Henry Goddard"  

White's Diretory of Lincolnshire 1872 reports "The vicarage, valued in K.B. at £19. 10s., and now at £300, is in the gift of the Bishop of Chester, and incumbency of the Rev. George Edward Smith, M.A., surrogate, who has a neat residence" 

DB 21 August 2018

Owston Ferry, Vicarage, Henry Goddard
Partney, Rectory
Partney, Rectory
Partney, Rectory

Undated postcard.

White's Directory of Lincolnshire 1872 states "The benefice is a discharged rectory, valued in K.B. at £11. 10s. 2d.

The Baroness Willoughby de Eresby is patroness, and the Rev. Joe Wood Bayldon, M.A., is rector, and has five acres of glebe and a yearly rent-charge of £210, awarded in 1832 in lieu of tithes"

Partney, Rectory
Quarrington, Rectory
Quarrington, Rectory
Quarrington, Rectory

Former rectory 1846, next to the church, now a private house.

White's Directory of Lincolnshire 1856 states :-

"The old Rectory House, a large thatched mansion, was burnt down about 1760, and a new one was not built till 1846"

DB 18 November 2019

Quarrington, Rectory
Rippingale, Rectory
Rippingale, Rectory
Rippingale, Rectory

Undated postcard.

White's Directory of Lincolnshire states "The rectory, now valued at £895, was in three medieties, two valued in K.B. at £14. 7s. 1d., and the other at £7. 3s. 9d.

The Rev. William Cooper, M.A., is the incumbent, and has a good residence"

Kelly's Directory of Lincolnshire 1919 states "The living is a rectory, net yearly value £550, including 557 acres of glebe, with residence, in the gift of the Earl of Ancaster J.P. and held since 1885 by the Rev. William Wright Layng M.A., of St. Mary Hall, Oxford, prebendary of Stow-in-Lindsey in Lincoln Cathedral, rural dean of Aveland, and surrogate.

The living, previously in three portions, was consolidated in 1725"

 

Rippingale, Rectory
Roughton, Old Rectory
Roughton, Old Rectory
Roughton, Old Rectory

Old Rectory viewed from the churchyard.

"Former rectory, now house. c.1700 with C19 alterations"

https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1063159 

DB 18 January 2020

Roughton, Rectory
Saxby All Saints, Rectory
Saxby All Saints, Rectory
Saxby All Saints, Rectory

Undated postcard.

"Vicarage, now house. 1853 by William Reid Carson of Leeds"

https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1346855 

White's Directory of Lincolnshire 1872 states "The benefice is a rectory, valued in K.B. at £12. 18s. 6d., in the gift of J. H. Barton, Esq., and incumbency of the Rev. Charles Warren Markham, M.A., who has a handsome rectory house, built in 1854; and a yearly rent charge of £430, awarded in lieu of tithes, in 1841"

Kelly's Directory 1919 states "The living is a rectory, net yearly value £300, including 10 acres of glebe, with residence, in the gift of Henry John Hope Barton esq. and held since 1907 by the Rev. William Marsh Lee Evans M.A. of Trinity College, Cambridge"

Saxby All Saints, Rectory, William Reid Carson
Sibsey, Vicarage
Sibsey, Vicarage
Sibsey, Vicarage

Undated postcard.

White's Directory of Lincolnshire states "The living is a discharged vicarage, valued in K.B. at £11. 11s. 2d., and now at £315, in the gift of the Lord Chancellor, and incumbency of the Rev. Frank Besant, M.A., who has about 160 acres of land, in lieu of tithes, and a good residence. George Gape, Esq., is impropriator of the rectory"

Sibsey, Vicarage
Skirbeck, Rectory
Skirbeck, Rectory
Skirbeck, Rectory

The current Rectory in Fishtoft Road for comparison with Skirbeck Hall the former Rectory.

Both are built immediately adjacent to the churchyard and have their own private entrances. 

DB 5 June 2019

Skirbeck, Rectory
Skirbeck, Skirbeck Hall
Skirbeck, Skirbeck Hall
Skirbeck, Skirbeck Hall

This former rectory is now a private house, renamed Skirbeck Hall.

"1847, by Edward Lapidge, C20 alterations and extensions ...

built for Rev Dr William Roy following the destruction by fire of the former rectory"

https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1388860

The former Rectory gardens are now home to an exclusive gated housing estate. Also the current rectory which fronts directly onto Fishtoft Road.

DB 5 June 2019

Skirbeck, Hall, Rectory, Edward Lapidge
Spalding, The Vicarage
Spalding, The Vicarage
Spalding, The Vicarage

"Early C19 house of 2 storeys with 2 wings slightly lower but of similar build" (in Church Street)

https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1064006 

Kelly's Directory of Lincolnshire 1919 states :-

"The living is a vicarage, net yearly value £582, with residence, in the gift of trustees, and held since 1913 by the Rev. Edward Pountney Gough M.A. of Keble College, Oxford, rural dean of West Elloe"

DB 2 October 2019

Spalding, Vicarage
Spilsby, Vicarage
Spilsby, Vicarage
Spilsby, Vicarage

"Vicarage. Mid C18 with C19 alterations and extensions" (in Church Street)

https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1063588 

Now a private house and being offered for sale with a guide price of £450,000 "Seven bedroom Grade II listed family house set in about half an acre with a south facing garden in this popular village"

https://search.savills.com/property-detail/gblnsclit190033 

DB 15 November 2019

Spilsby, Vicarage
Stickney, Rectory
Stickney, Rectory
Stickney, Rectory

Undated postcard.

White's Directory of Lincolnshire 1872 states "The benefice is a rectory, valued in K.B. at £13. 11s. 3d., and now at £400, in the patronage and incumbency of the Rev. George Coltman, who is also rural dean, and has 180 acres of glebe, and a neat rectory house, built about the year 1820, and enlarged by him in 1848, at a cost of £600"

Stickney, Rectory
Stubton, Rectory
Stubton, Rectory
Stubton, Rectory

Former rectory now a private house.

Pevsner states "1857 by David Brandon". 

DB 28 August 2018 

Stubton, Rectory, David Brandon
Swinderby, Vicarage
Swinderby, Vicarage
Swinderby, Vicarage

Undated postcard.

"Vicarage. Early 19C"

https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1317367 

White's Directory of Lincolnshire 1872 states "The vicarage, valued in K.B. at £3.19s. 9d., and now at £260, in the patronage and incumbency of the Rev. ,V. J. Clarke, M.A., who is also vicar of Eagle, and has a good vicarage house"

Swinderby, Vicarage
Tattershall, Old Vicarage
Tattershall, Old Vicarage
Tattershall, Old Vicarage

"Former vicarage, now house. Late C18" (in High Street)

https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1215970 

DB 1 July 2019

Tattershall, Old Vicarage
Uffington, Rectory
Uffington, Rectory
Uffington, Rectory

Undated postcard.

White's Directory of Lincolnshire 1872 states "The rectory, valued in K.B. at £21. 5s. 2d., and now at £800, is in the patronage of the Earl of Lindsey and incumbency of the Rev. Frederick John Ramsden, M.A., who has a spacious and handsome rectory house adjoining the church, erected in 1858"

Uffington, Rectory
Uffington, Rectory
Uffington, Rectory
Uffington, Rectory

Undated postcard.

Kelly's Directory of Lincolnshire 1919 states "The living is a rectory, net yearly value £420, with residence, in the gift of the Earl of Lindsey, and held since 1915 by the Rev. Frederick William Ainley M.A. of Clare College, C,ambridge"

Uffington, Rectory
Ulceby, Vicarage
Ulceby, Vicarage
Ulceby, Vicarage

Undated postcard.

White's Directory of Lincolnshire 1872 states "The vicarage, valued in K.B. at £11. 18s. 4d., and now at £312, is in the gift of the Lord Chancellor and incumbency of the Rev. William Henry Flowers, B.A., who has a good residence and 121 acres of glebe, in lieu of tithes.

By an Order in Council, dated August 13th, 1855, the rector of Croxton pays the sum of £170 to the vicar of Ulceby"


Ulceby, Vicarage
Ulceby, Vicarage
Ulceby, Vicarage
Ulceby, Vicarage

Undated postcard.

Kelly's Directory of Lincolnshire 1919 states "The living is a vicarage, net yearly value £300, with residence, in the gift of the Lord Chancellor, and held since 1917 by the Rev. James Leask M.A. of Aberdeen University"

Ulceby, Vicarage
Utterby, Rectory
Utterby, Rectory
Utterby, Rectory

Undated postcard.

"Former rectory, now house. 1863 by James Fowler of Louth"

https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1359964 

White's Directory of Lincolnshire 1872 states "The rectory, valued in K.B. at £3, and now at £220, is in the gift of the trustees of the Rev. T. E. Norris, and incumbency of the Rev. Arthur Robert Pennington, M.A., who is a diocesan inspector of schools, and has a good rectory house, in the Elizabethan style, built in 1864, at a cost of £850.

There is only a rood of glebe land in Utterby, but there are five acres belonging to it at Scamblesby, purchased years ago with an augmentation grant made by the Governors of Queen Anne's Bounty"

Utterby, Rectory, James Fowler
West Deeping, Rectory
West Deeping, Rectory
West Deeping, Rectory

Former rectory next to the church.

White's Directory of Lincolnshire 1872 states "The rectory, valued in K.B. at £19. 17s. 11d., and now at £373 is in the patronage of the Lord Chancellor, and incumbency of the Rev. Gilbert Vyvyan Heathcote, who has a good rectory house, erected in 1868, at a cost of £1400"

DB 31 August 2020

West Deeping, Rectory
Wilsford, Rectory
Wilsford, Rectory
Wilsford, Rectory

Former rectory, viewed from the churchyard, on the opposite side of Main Street.

DB 16 April 2018

Wilsford, Rectory
Wrangle, Vicarage
Wrangle, Vicarage
Wrangle, Vicarage

Undated postcard.

"Former vicarage, now house. 1704-1707"

https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1307201 

White's Directory of Lincolnshire 1872 states "The living was appropriated to Waltham Abbey in the reign of Henry II., and is now a vicarage, valued in K.B. at £9. 18s. 6d., and now at £868.

It is in the gift of Mrs. H. W. Wright, and is held by her son, the Rev. Richard Franklin Wright, M.A., who has a good vicarage house, erected in 1707"

Wrangle, Vicarage