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St Vincent, Parish Church, Caythorpe, Lincolnshire, England

St Vincent Parish Church, is located on Church Lane Caythorpe, Lincolnshire, England

EARLY HISTORY
There is no trace of the two churches mentioned in the Domesday Book. It seems likely that we owe the building of the present magnificent church to Lady Elisabeth de Burgh, a niece of Edward II, who was very wealthy and owned the 'lordship' of Caythorpe and Frieston. Building started early in the 14th Century and was largely completed before the Black Death in 1348. Later additions in the 14th Century were the West Door and North Transept window.


Owner/Sourcefamilysearch
Date11 Mar 2016
File nameSt vincent Parish Church Caythorpe Lincolnshire England.jpg
File Size2.02m
Dimensions1333 x 2000
Linked toElizabeth Eatch (Christening); Marshall Eatch (Christening); Martha Eatch (Christening); Mary Anne Eatch (Christening); Sarah Eatch (Christening); Sarah Ann Eatch (Christening); William Eatch (Burial); William Eatch (Burial); Mary Lintin (Burial)

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