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Pinchbeck

Census

Census
Year
Piece No.
1841 H.O. 107 / 607
1851 H.O. 107 / 2096
1861 R.G. 9 / 2320
1871 R.G. 10 / 3318 & 3322
1881 R.G. 11 / 3200
1891 R.G. 12 / 2559
1901 R.G. 13 / 3028
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Church History

St. Mary's parish church

St. Mary's church

St. Bartholomew's church

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Church Records

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Civil Registration

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Description and Travel

Pinchbeck is both a village and parish a mile north of Spalding and situated south of Surfleet parish that includes the hamlet of Pinchbeck West. The area is flat fenland, drained by many small canals. The parish covers over 14,000 acres.

The village of Pinchbeck is 2 miles north of Spalding on the Donington Road and 95 miles north of London. The River Glen flows easterly past the north end of the village. If you are planning a visit:

Pinchbeck sign   Pinchbeck sign 2

Pinchbeck sign 3

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History

Year  Person
1842 Wm. PLOWRIGHT
1868 Charles SMITH
1872 Charles BARTRY, vict.
1882 Chas. BARTY, vict.
1900 Jacob George DOUGAN
1913 Edward John HAYNES
1919 Edward John HAYNES
1930 Jn. WAKELEN
Year  Person
1842 Abraham POPE
1868 Thomas WAITE
1872 Thomas WAITE, vict.
1882 Mrs. Mary WAITE, vict.
1913 -- not listed --
1930 -- not listed --
Year  Person
1842 Wm. SHARPE
1868 Robert CROSBY
1872 Robert STAPLETON, vict.
1882 -- not listed --
1900 Mrs. Elizabeth PEACH
1913 William DEATON
1919 Joseph WARRINGTON
1930 Robert HOLEHOUSE
Year  Person
1868 William ATKIN
1872 William ATKIN, vict.
1882 George ATKIN, vict.
1900 Joseph BRIDGES
1913 William COUPLAND
1930 William HOLLIS
Year  Person
1872 -- not listed --
1882 John Thomas BURDELL, farmer
1900 Wm. WILKINSON
1913 Alred SWAN
1919 William Thomas CODDINGTON
1930 Mrs. M. CODDINGTON
Year  Person
1872 -- not listed --
1882 -- not listed --
1913 Jn. WRIGHT
1919 Samuel GRAY
1930 Thos. WRIGHT
Year  Person
1842 John HICKSON
1868 John PAGE, farmer
1872 John PAGE, farmer
1882 John PAGE, farmer
1900 John B. TOMLINSON, farmer
1913 Edward BOOTHBY
1919 Edward BOOTHBY
1930 Jn. Saml. SHARMAN
Year  Person
1842 Wm. GULSON
1868 Edward JACKLIN, wheelwright
1872 Edwin JACKLIN, bricklayer
1882 Edward JACKLIN, vict.
1900 Edward JACKLIN
1913 Mrs. Mary JACKLIN
1919 Joseph Elston HODSON
1930 Joseph Elston HODSON
Year  Person
1842 -- not listed --
1872 -- not listed --
1882 -- not listed --
1913 George William BREWESTER
1919 George William BREWESTER
1913 George William BREWESTER
1930 George H. BREWESTER
Year  Person
1842 James FROST
1868 -- not listed --
1872 -- not listed --
1900 Bailey PARKER
1913 Bailey PARKER
1919 Jn. Saml. SHARMAN
1930 W. C. HILLIERS
Year  Person
1842 John ARNSBY
1868 Isaac JACKSON
1872 Isaac JACKSON, vict.
1882 Isaac JACKSON, vict.
Year  Person
1900 William Thomas CATER
1913 Herbert J. SMITH
1919 Herbert J. SMITH
1930 Herbert J. SMITH
Year  Person
1913 James CROFT
1919 James CROFT
1930 Micheal HEALY
Year  Person
1842 John YARRAD
1868 James HARRISON
1872 Mrs. Frances HARRISON, brewer
1882 Samuel ORBELL, farmer
1900 Samuel ORBELL
1913 Samuel ORBELL
1919 Miss A. Bainbridge ORBELL
1930 Miss A. Bainbridge ORBELL

The ORBELLs were from Huntingdonshire.

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Manors

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Maps

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Military History

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Military Records

St. Mary's churchyard has two Commonwealth War Graves from World War I:

  1. Harry ORBELL, corp., Royal Engineers, age 46, died 27 Oct. 1917. Son of Samuel ORBELL, husband of Hannah ORBELL.
  2. William Bailey PARKER, priv., Lincs Rgt., age 30, died 30 Nov. 1918. Son of Bailey PARKER.
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Names, Geographical

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Names, Personal

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Politics and Governance

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Poorhouses, Poor Law, etc.

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Population

    Year  Inhabitants
1801 1,538
1811 1,663
1831 2,391
1841 2,780
1851 3,062
1871 3,149
1891 2,822
1911 2,836
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Probate Records

Michael EDGOOSE has an index to Pinchbeck wills (beneficiaries, witnesses, landlords, tenants, etc. mentioned in Pinchbeck wills 1500-1750) at Rootsweb. To access:

The following, from Anne COLE, documents some Inquests held at The Horse and Jockey public house:

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Schools

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