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Tetney

Census

Census
Year
Piece No.
1851 H.O. 107 / 2112
1861 R.G. 9 / 2387
1871 R.G. 10 / 3409 & 3410
1891 R.G. 12 / 2611
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Church History

Tetney parish church

St. Peter and St. Paul Church

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Church Records

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Civil Registration

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Description and Travel

This parish and village are 6 miles due south of Cleethorpes, and about 3 miles from the North Sea. Humberstone parish is to the north and North Coates parish to the southeast. Tetney Lock is a hamlet in the parish, about 2 miles east from Tetney village, on the Louth Navigation Canal. The parish covers about 6,000 acres.

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History

Year  Person
1842 -- not listed --
1868 -- not listed --
1872 George LOCKING, vvictualler
1882 Mack ROBINSON
1900 James SPENCER
1913 James Mayes SPENCE
1930 Edwd. PHILLIPSON junior
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Maps

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Military History

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Military Records

John Readman provides the following, taken from the Roll of Honour at Saints Peter and Paul church (all World War One):

  • ARCHER, Fred
  • ALTOFT, Hugh
  • ALTOFT, John
  • BARKER, Alfred Edwin
  • BARKER, John
  • BARTON, Fred
  • BARTON, William
  • BEE, George
  • BROWN, William
  • CAVE, George Thomas
  • CAVE, William
  • CHAPMAN, A. Alderson
  • CHAPMAN, Hedley W.
  • CHILVER, Wilfred
  • CLARKE, Herbert N
  • CONSTANT, Marin
  • CROWSON, Clarence
  • CROWSON, Leslie
  • DALE, James W.
  • DALTON, Richard
  • DAWSON, Hedley
  • DAWSON, John W.
  • DAY, John T.
  • DAY, Joseph
  • DIGHTON, William Thomas
  • DIXON, George
  • DONINGTON, George
  • DOUGLAS, George
  • EMPRINGHAM, George
  • EMPSON, Horace C.
  • FOOT, Frederick G.
  • FOX, Charles
  • GERMANEY, Percy
  • GILL, Charles
  • GILL, William
  • GRANTHAM, Hewson
  • HANLEY, John
  • HARRISON, Frank
  • HARRISON, William
  • HEWSON, Alfred
  • HEWSON, Hedley
  • HEWSON, Percy
  • HILL, Sidney
  • IVES, Charles
  • JACKLIN, Abraham
  • JACKLIN, Arthur W.
  • JOHNSON, George
  • KENDALL, Herbert Dawson
  • LAKIN, Charles Richard
  • LEWIS, Charles
  • LEWIS, Frank
  • LINGARD, George
  • MARSHALL, Eva
  • MARSHALL, Frank
  • MARSHALL, Hermann
  • MARSHALL, William
  • MORWOOD, Arthur Henry
  • MUMBY, David
  • PARKER, David
  • PARKER, James
  • PARKER, John Warren
  • PEART, Hedley
  • PEART, Henry
  • PHILLIPSON, Arthur
  • PHILLIPSON, Edward
  • PHILLIPSON, George
  • PHILLIPSON, William
  • PINDER, Charles
  • PINDER, Frank
  • PINDER, Fred
  • PINDER, Hedley
  • RAINFORD, Ralph
  • RICHARDSON, Victor H.
  • ROBINSON, Arthur H.
  • ROBINSON, George
  • ROBINSON, Gilbert
  • ROBINSON, John
  • ROBINSON, Samuel
  • ROBINSON, Thomas
  • ROOTS, Cyril
  • ROWBOTHAM, Sidney R.
  • SALT, Edward
  • SALT, Robert
  • SCUPHAM, Albert
  • SCUPHAM, Ernest
  • SCUPHAM, Jesse
  • SCUPHAM, Percy
  • SCUPHAM, Walter
  • STARK, Charles
  • SMITH, William
  • STUBBS, Edwin A.
  • TAYLOR, Norman
  • TODD, Alfred
  • TODD, Fred
  • TONGE, Richard
  • TRAVIS, Alan George
  • TURNER, George Byron
  • TURNER, George Hamer
  • WATTAM, Thomas
  • WILD, William
  • WILES, F.
  • WRIGHT, Alfred
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Politics and Governance

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Poorhouses, Poor Law, etc.

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Population

    Year  Inhabitants
1801 440
1811 489
1831 647
1841 819
1861 917
1871 923
1881 807
1891 775
1901 636
1911 717
1921 790
1931 882
1951 865
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Schools

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[Last updated: 21-June-2013 - Louis R. Mills]