The Anglican parish church was dedicated to Saint Martin.
The Church of St. Martin went into decay before 1741, so people of this parish attended services in Scrivelsby or other nearby parishes. The site of the old church and the graveyard could still be traced in 1900.
Dalderby is both a small village and a small parish in the vale of the River Bain, three miles south of Horncastle. Thornton parish lies to the north and Scrivelsby parish to the east. The parish covers a mere 440 acres.
Dalderby village sits on the east bank of the River Bain. If you are planning a visit:
Take the A153 south out of Horncastle. It passes through the center of Dalderby.
While you are there, hike along the Spa Trail for a nice walk. Photo taken in August, 2011, by Richard CROFT.
Tea Pot Hall was never a Manor House. It was a tiny thatched cottage in Dalderby parish - between Dalderby and Scrivelsby. There is a picture of it in Lincolnshire Life magazine, July 1972 - where is says it was burnt down in 1945.
J. THOMAS has a photograph of the War Memorial on Geo-graph, taken in September, 2013.
Margaret BRINN reports: "The Dalderby Cross itself carries the names of 11 men, from five local families in the village who fought in the war; all but one returned. The Cross was erected to recognise the Lincolnshire villages which sent the largest percentage of its menfolk to the front line prior to May 1st 1915. The names of the men who went were H BILLING, JH GARNER, L GARNER, H GARNER, RC GARNER, JE RYLATT, FA RYLATT, J SCHOLEY, TW SCHOLEY, W WHITE and A WHITE."