Six and 1/2 miles NNW of Spilsby and about 8 miles east of Horncastle, Bag Enderby is both a small village and a small parish in the Wold hills. Somersby parish lies to the north and Hagworthingham parish to the south. The parish covers only about 860 acres (in 1842), or 617 acres (in 1872), or 627 acres (in 1900).
Bag Enderby village is just a small collection of houses in a shallow valley. If you are planning a visit:
Bag comes from the Medieval English "bagge" meaning "a bag". The term is used to describe the topographical shape of the village enclosing the church and off of a lane to the north. Dictionary of Lincolnshire Place Names, Kenneth CAMERON, 1998
Enderby is the familial name of the knight who held the manor after the Conquest in 1066.