Category: Manor of Crowle

January 1, 1970

History of the Manor of Crowle

From Read's History of the Isle of Axholme. 1858. THE MANOR Was given at the Conquest to Geoffrey de Wirce. He held it but for a short time, but during that time he made a grant of an hundredum of land to the Abbey of St. Germains, which was founded by King William the Conqueror, “ Ut pro uobis monachus uns semper in ecclesia hebeatur, […]

January 1, 1970

Crowle Manor Documents at Lincolnshire Archives

The original of this article may be found here 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 and it is proposed to give some fuller account of […]