Winceby is a small parish in the Wold hills, about 5 miles east by south of Horncastle, 5 miles northwest of Spilsby and about 12 miles due south of Louth. Mareham on the Hill parish lies to the west and Hagworthingham and Lusby parishes to the east. The parish covered only about 890 acres in 1842, all in one farm occupied at the time by Charles HILL. In 1872, the parish is recorded as only 842 acres, and by 1900 at 853 acres.
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