Hundleby is where the Spilsby Poor Law Union workhouse was built.
The Maltsters' Arms Public House has an interesting history. Apparently built after 1842 and before 1868, the proprietors were:
John MARSHALL, butcher
Wm. Robt. DAWSON
In 1872 and for several years after there was a yearly feast at the Maltster Arms. They held amusements such as egg racing, dog and rabbit racing. Sometime after World War One this place became the Hundleby Hotel.
Hundleby was home to the Grace Swan Memorial Cottage Hospital. It was built in the late 1800s, opened in 1902 and closed in the 1990s. No records of admissions are known. There is a photograph at Flickr.
The Lincoln Archives does hold financial records and the minute books for 1898 through 1948.