Eagle is both a parish and a village about 8 miles southwest of Lincoln and 11 miles northeast of Newark. The parish covers about 1,470 acres. The southeast corner of the parish is called Eagle Barnsdale and the northeast portion is Eagle Moor.
The village is near the source of seveal rivulets and springs. If you are planning a visit:
By automobile, take the A46 trunk road south out of Lincoln. Where it meats the A1434 arterial road at Thorpe, turn right and drive about 2 miles west to Eagle.
The Newark Great War Bulletin of 27 September, 1915 tells us that teenage soldier Anthony ("Nattie") WOODEND of Eagle Hall had died in battle in the front-line trenches. He had enlisted in the Kings' Royal Rifles just the prior November. He is remembered on the Menin Gate Memorial and his date of death is given as 9 August 1915.