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Piece No.
1841 H.O. 107 / 639
1851 H.O. 107 / 2113
1861 R.G. 9 / 2391
1871 R.G. 10 / 3417
1881 R.G. 11 / 3275
1891 R.G. 12 / 2620
1901 R.G. 13 / 3097
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Church History

Laceby - St. Margaret Church

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Church Records

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Civil Registration

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Description and Travel

This village and parish are in the northeast of Lincolnshire, about 4 miles south-west of Grimsby. Aylesby parish lies to the north. The Laceby Beck runs along the eastern edge of the village. The parish covers about 2,100 acres.

Laceby Acres is a distinct settlement and private housing estate. It lies on the A46 road to the east of the village, just within the Grimsby town boarder.

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Year  Person
1842 Sarah FRENCH, vict.
1868 Mrs. Ann HOBSON
1872 Mrs. Ann HOBSON, vict.
1882 Charles Conrad BOLTON, vict.
1900 Charles Conrad BOLTON
1913 James Samuel HILL
1930 James WEST

There are no lodgers at the Inn in the 1881 census (R.G. 11/3275 folio 66):

Relationship Name Sex Age Where born
head Charles Conrad BOLTON M 25 Grimsby, Lincolnshire
wife Charlotte Louisa BOLTON F 24 Grimsby, Lincolnshire
son Harry BOLTON M 3 Laceby, Lincolnshire
dau. Elizabeth Ann BOLTON F 5 Laceby, Lincolnshire
servant Ellen COCON F 18 Laceby, Lincolnshire
servant Richard WILLIAMSON M 23 Malton, Yorkshire
servant Annie PARKER F 15 Winteringham, Lincolnshire
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Medical Records

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Military History

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Military Records

The list of military men who served in World War I are on the Roll of Honour:

Roll of Honour 1914-1918
George Street Wesleyan Circuit, Great Grimsby, Cottagers Plot, Laceby

Notes: Alfred Kendall served as a Company Sergeant Major, 240030, in the 7th Battalion of the Lincolnshire Regiment in France and Flanders. He died of wounds on 21st October 1918 age 31 and is buried in Awoingt British Cemetery, Nord, France, Grave I A 8. He was the son of Samuel and Mary Kendall, Laceby, Grimsby and was the husband of Anne M Kendall of Melville, Saskatchewan, Canada. Alfred was born at Immingham and was living at New Cleethorpes at the time he enlisted at Grimsby. On the 1901 Census he is living with his parents at Cottagers Plot, Laceby, age 14, and is working, like his father, as an agricultural labourer.

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Politics and Governance

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Poorhouses, Poor Law, etc.

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    Year  Inhabitants
1801 368
1831 616
1841 755
1871 1,025
1881 1,017
1891 986
1911 1,027
1931 1,153
1951 1,273
1971 2,408
2001 2,886
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Laceby has it's own family and local history society, formed in 1977:

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