The History and Antiquities of Boston, and the Villages of Skirbeck, Fishtoft, Freiston, Butterwick, Benington, Leverton, Leake, and Wrangle: Comprising the Hundred of Skirbeck, in the County of Lincoln

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J. Noble, 1856 - 824 pages
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Contents

Reservoir of Boston Waterworks W H Prior
124
Corpus Christi Guild 115 Extracts from the Register 116 Obits celebrated 123 Rent
135
Inventory of property at the dissolution 141 Guild of St Peter and St Paul
147
Seal of the Guild of St George
153
St Botolphs Church Probable mode of raising the money by which it was erected
160
A church dedicated to St Botolph mentioned in 1090 161 Notices of this church
167
Cemetery Chapel W H Prior
183
Description of the exterior 175 Description of the interior 180 Library 187 Holies
194
Boundaries of the parish of Boston 199 The Scirebeck 199 Maud Foster
200
Heronshaw Hall 201 Fishtoft Hundred 202 Burton Corner 203 Wide Bargate
207
Organ and Canopies St Botolphs L H Michael
208
Ancient House Archer Lane W H Prior Bolton
212
Wesleyan Centenary Chapel 208 Congregational Church 209 History of theatrical
220
The Athenseum W G Miller 11 122
223
Bolton
225
Ancient House South Street
231
Grammar School J W Archer Bolton
239
Union Workhouse ii
245
The Old Bridge G F Sargent
252
Irby Hall Jewitt Jewitt
259
General Baptist Chapel 1764 Jewitt Jewitt
266
relinquished and suspended charities 283 Grammar School list of masters and ushers
286
Salem Chapel R Landells
297
charity funds 288 Laughtons Charity School 290 Blue Coat School 291 Boston
303
Richmond Fee
313
the Honour of Richmond Honour of Richmond in 1280 313 Of the property in Boston
321
Exports of wool leather and woolfels 1279 to 1303 328 Wine trade 1274 c
329
Curious notices of the trade c 1281 to 1353 334 Officers of the Customs 1274 c
335
Seal of the Staple Hughes Hughe
339
Sir Francis Walsingham by Queen Elizabeth 342 Manufacture of coarse earthenware
343
Extensive repairs in 1854 485 Holies Church Notes 486 List of rectors
493
Thompson
500
Testa de Nevill c 497 An annual fair held in 1263 curious description of the parish
502
Peachey or Peche Hall manor and family 503 Poynton and Farceux families 504
514
population c 520 School charities c
521
vicars c 528 Extent population c Pinchbeck family 529 School charities
530
market held here in 1281 534 History of the manor 537 The church 538 Holies
547
Historical notices from the Conquest 550 Manor of Leverton 554 Church
554
Ancient stalls 556 The two rectories and list of rectors from 1333 557 Curious
560
commencing 1493 561 Overseers accounts from 1563 571 Constables accounts from
575
Hughes
582
Chantry of St Lawrence 585 Darby family 586 Bell Hunston Leeke
590
market established in 1282594 Descent of the Manor from 1200598 Church monuments
606
Goodrick family 606 Gilbert family and memoir of the Rev Joseph Gilbert
607
Fetxh Bane Historical notices from 1236 614 Church Schoolhouse c
615
pediments to their inclosure 623 Correspondence between Sir William Dugdale and
629
The Commoners petition 630 The Earl of Lindseys partial inclosure of Holland
636
Grant of Henry Heron of Cressy Hall to the Commoners in 1713 636 Inclosure of
642
causes thereof and probable
649
Opposing opinion of Mr Brailsford 663 Submarine Forest on the Lincolnshire coast
665
Strata passed through in boring for water at Boston 1746 and 1783 666 Mr Fareys
671
Naturae of the neighbourhood 674 Wild fowl geese c before the inclosure of the Fens
678
shrimps saltwater fish sturgeons c whales cast ashore 682 Botany Rare plants
690
Appendix
737
Members of the Corpus Christi Guild at Boston who were officially connected with
748
other places 749 Monastic libraries in Lincolnshire 754 Extracts from the Parish
768
Hussey Hall 772 Lincolnshire persons charged with high treason 1642 773 Guild
778
Rev John Cotton 784 Rev Samuel Whiting 784 Samuel Leigh
785
Index op Names
804
List op Subscribers
815

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