Kelly's Directory of Lincolnshire 1909 states :-
"The church of All Saints, situated on an eminence, is a building of stone in the Transitional, Early English and Decorated styles, consisting of chancel, nave, aisles, south porch and an embattled western tower with pinnacles, containing 3 bells :
the north arcade is Transitional (1160-80), the southern Early English, with a credence and piscina in the south wall:
the chancel retains its piscina and a fine altar slab, incised with five crosses, a fragment of another slab bears the just decipherable name of "Dominus Johannes de Walesby," and a third is inscribed to Henry Waterland, rector, and father of Daniel Waterland, mentioned below, who died on Good Friday, 22nd April, 1698, aged 58;
the church being dilapidated and very inconveniently situated, an iron church has been erected in the village to hold 140 persons, and is licensed by the bishop for divine worship until the restoration or rebuilding, on a new site, of the parish church"
Daniel Waterland wrote a critical "History of the Athanasian Creed" which was long regarded as a standard work"
DB 22 December 2019