Lincolnshire logo

North Scarle

Description and Travel

North Scarle parish is approximately 10 miles south-west of Lincoln and the same distance NNE of Newark on Trent. Geographically, the parish is more part of Nottinghamshire, by which it is bordered on three sides, than it is Lincolnshire. Eagle parish borders on the east side. Wigsley and Spafford in Nottinghamshire are to the north. South Scarle, which is also in Nottinghamshire, lies just to the south. The Trent River is about a mile to the west. The parish covers just over 2,000 acres.

The village is still small and is perhaps best reached by taking the A1133 south off of the A57 trunk road, then turning east once you reach Girton. If you are planning a visit:

Top

Cemeteries

Top

Census

Census
Year
Piece No.
1851 H.O. 107 / 2102
1861 R.G. 9 / 2476
1891 R.G. 12 / 2711
Top

Church History

All Saints Church

Top

Church Records

Top

Civil Registration

Top

Maps

Top

Military History

Top

Military Records

There is one Commonwealth War Graves in the Cemetery from World War I:

  1. A. WELLS, priv., 3rd Btn. Leicestershire Regt., age 26, died 2 July 1919. Son of Stephen WELLS.
Top

Names, Geographical

Top

Politics and Governance

Top

Poorhouses, Poor Law, etc.

Top

Population

    Year  Inhabitants
1801 303
1831 479
1841 483
1851 595
1871 577
1881 515
1891 482
1901 433
1911 447
1921 448
1971 508
Top

Schools

Top

Return to the Alphabetical Index


Last updated on 12-January-2014
Click here to send any questions and/or comments about this site to the Lincolnshire County Coordinator.

© 2002 EnglandGenWeb Project