The Anglican parish register dates from 1653 for baptisms and burials, from 1754 for marriages.
We have a handful of register entries from the Anglican Parish Church. Your additions and corrections are welcome.
The LFHS has published several marriage indexes and a burial index for the Westwold Deanery to make your search easier.
The Wesleyan Methodists built a chapel here in 1840. The Wesleyan chapel was demolished around 2000.
The Primitive Methodists built theirs in 1841. The Primitive Methodists rebuilt their chapel in 1893. The Primitive Methodist chapel is now a private residence. For more information on these chapels, see our Non-Conformist Church Records page.
This parish and village in the northern Lincolnshire Wolds, is 3 miles north-west of Caistor on the road to Brigg. The parish itself is a long, thin format, running roughly north and south, and just west of Clixby parish.
If you are planning a visit:
The village is just south of the A1084 trunk road between Brigg and Caistor. The road drops down into the village, but there are still great views of the countryside.
The old Viking Way passes through the heart of the village.
Charles TENNYSON, brother of Lord Alfred, lived here and was vicar of the church for about 40 years. He came to the parish in 1835, a few years after changing his name to Charles Tennyson TURNER on succeeding to the estate of his great-uncle Samuel TURNER of Caistor. His wife's sister was the wife of Alfred TENNYSON.
There is a history of Grasby at the Grasby Parish Council site. It appears to be mostly excerpts from historical directories.
Clint MANN has a photograph of the Cross Keys Pub. on Geo-graph, taken in March, 1979. The pub is still operating.
Steve FAREHAM also has a photograph of the Cross Keys Pub. on Geo-graph, taken in February, 2014.
In 1900 and again in 1913, the proprietor of the Cross Keys Pub is given as George ROSKILLY.