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Caenby
 
Caenby Hall
Caenby Hall
Caenby Hall

This eighteenth century house stood close to Ermine Street (A15).

The hall at Caenby first belonged to the Tornay family.

J T Tweed, Lincoln solicitor and one time Mayor of Lincoln, was a later occupant of the house (until his death in 1910).

Caenby Hall was demolished before the Second World War.

More details about this house and its owners can be found in T R Leach and R Pacey's book, 'Lost Lincolnshire Country Houses: Volume 1', published by SLHA.  Buy a copy.

Caenby, Hall, Tornay, J T Tweed
Caenby, St Nicholas
Caenby, St Nicholas
Caenby, St Nicholas

This redundant church of St. Nicholas at Caenby belonged to the Bishop of Lincoln at Domesday.

It was granted to Barlings Abbey in the 13th century by William Lomgspe and confirmed by his widow, Matilda.

It was entire in 1752 but rebuilt in 1795 and remodelled in 1869.  Nattes drew it in his collection of Lincolnshire Churches.

Pearl Wheatley, 2011

Caenby, St Nicholas
Caenby, St Nicholas
Caenby, St Nicholas
Caenby, St Nicholas

St Nicholas's church in late summer - an overgrown churchyard.

August 2013

Caenby, St Nicholas church
Caenby, St Nicholas
Caenby, St Nicholas
Caenby, St Nicholas

A new and superb stone wall surrounding an overgrown churchyard.

August 2013

Caenby, St Nicholas church
Caenby, St Nicholas
Caenby, St Nicholas
Caenby, St Nicholas

A view of the church from the north.

August 2013

Caenby, St Nicholas church