Caistor Diary 1901

1901 Population 1567 1901 January 10th   On Sunday a woman named Sharp, who occupied a house on Whitegate Hill, Caistor, was found dead in bed. The sad discovery was made by a little boy, who was in the habit of Read More …

Caistor Diary 1900

1900 The Clerk then brought before the Council the fact that the Rural District Council had issued to the Overseers of Caistor a precept of an extra rate for special expenses thus making two rates for special expenses in one Read More …

Caistor Diary 1650 to 1750

1649-60 Commonwealth 1656 to 1668 “Grocer’s Arms” inn known through tradesmen’s tokens 1660    King Charles II crowned 1662 11th June Caistor Sessions House and Town Hall built. Survived the fire twenty years later as the fire was contained on the Read More …

Caistor Diary 1500 to 1650

1521    Vicar    Robert Luke 1534     Act of Supremacy 1536    1st October – The Lincolnshire Rising.   Rev. Thomas Kendall mentions at church service in Louth that the Commissioners appointed by Thomas Cromwell were at Caistor to begin their assessment of the Read More …