History

Crowle 1856 Directory

Crowle 1856 Directory Crowle is a small but thriving market town,near the channel of the old river Don,6 miles N of Epworth increased its inhabitants from 1889 , in 1831 to 2548 souls in 1851 and has in its township about 6000 acres of land.including the hamlet of Ealand 1 mile SE, Crowle Wharf on…

Non Farming Occupatons Around Crowle & District

By Bill Goldthorp Peat stacks on Crowle moors. 1936. Circa 1910. Mr. Tune and gang cutting peat on Crowle Moors. Cutting peat for fuel on Crowle moors, has been going on for several centuries. If you read the old documents, there are several accounts of bodies being found, which of course rapidly decayed. These are…

Crowle Manor Documents at Lincolnshire Archives

The original of this article may be found here http://www.lincolnshire.gov.uk/upload/public/attachments/551/REPORT4.pdf MANOR OF CROWLE Descent of the manor A very brief account of the records of this manor deposited by Messrs. Tallents and Co. of Newark was given in the Archivists’ Report, 1952, pp. 56-7. The chests of documents referred to therein have now been examined…