Lincolnshire logo

Newton on Trent (Newton by Trent)


Note: There is more than one Newton in Lincolnshire and even more across England.

Census

 Census
Year
 Piece Numbers
1861 R.G. 9 / 2411
1871 R.G. 10 / 3449
1891 R.G. 12 / 2637
Top

Church History

St. Peter's church

Top

Church Records

Top

Civil Registration

Top

Description and Travel

Newton on Trent is both a village and parish 10 miles south of Gainsborough and 10 miles west of Lincoln. The River Trent is the western boundary of the parish, crossed by the Dunham Bridge. Kettlethorpe parish is to the north-east and Thorney parish in Nottinghamshire to the south. The parish covers some 1,570 acres.

The village overlooks the River Trent. If you are planning a visit:

Top

History

Year  Person
1842 John FRYER, vict.
1872 William FRYER, farmer
1882 William TURNER, farmer
1900 Richard T. NEWTON
1913 Henry HARRIS
1930 Georeg Hy. FORRESTER
2012 Karen TAYLOR
Top

Land and Property

Top

Maps

Top

Military History

Top

Names, Geographical

Top

Names, Personal

Top

Politics and Governance

Top

Poorhouses, Poor Law, etc.

Top

Population

   Year  Inhabitants
1801 205
1831 310
1851 366
1861 325
1871 319
1891 307
1911 269
1991 261
Top

Schools

Top

Return to the Alphabetical Index


Last updated on 14-January-2014
Click here to send any questions and/or comments about this site to the Lincolnshire County Coordinator.

© 2002 EnglandGenWeb Project