Southdale

1910 The footpath south of South Dale requires backing up and repairing and a narrow footpath laying from thence to the school.
Curbing north side of National School required.
The footpath leading from the Vicarage to Horse Market requires levelling and repairing, also the surface ground about Mr. Eyre’s house. Caistor Town Council Minutes 19th December 1894 – 7th June 1910

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Glebe House (The Vicarage) 1843. This is from the Rev. David Saunders Collection looked after by the Caistor Heritage Trust. The originals are located in the Lincolnshire Archives “3CC 1/E 502”
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Glebe House (The Vicarage) 1843. This is from the Rev. David Saunders Collection looked after by the Caistor Heritage Trust. The originals are located in the Lincolnshire Archives “3CC 1/E 502”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Glebe House (The Vicarage) 1843. This is from the Rev. David Saunders Collection looked after by the Caistor Heritage Trust. The originals are located in the Lincolnshire Archives “3CC 1/E 502”

 

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Glebe House (The Vicarage) 1843. This is from the Rev. David Saunders Collection looked after by the Caistor Heritage Trust. The originals are located in the Lincolnshire Archives “3CC 1/E 502”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Photograph added to Facebook by Shirley Mason.  Margaret Howden – used to be the vicarage. Ann Hills – spent many happy times there when Rev. Lancaster was vicar Paul Maverick – Great memories of here when my godmother owned it Mrs Clarke Shirley Mason – She was a lovely lady and went to live in a lovely bungalow on the opposite side off Southdale, when we moved int Glebe House. Sue Neave – It’s such a shame the stable block was pulled down