Church of St Nicholas, Grainsby
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Grainsby is a hamlet and civil parish in the East Lindsey district of Lincolnshire, England. It is situated 5 miles (8 km) south from Grimsby, and just to the west from the A16 road. The nearest village is North Thoresby, 1 mile (1.6 km) to the south-east.
Grainsby Hall was a country estate close to Grainsby.
In the 18th century Grainsby Hall was owned by the Nettleship-family. Francis Nettleship, who was the last member of the family, died in 1797. He left most of his property to his servant Elizabeth Borrell, who already owned land and the mansion house. When she died in 1826, the property was heired by her niece Elizabeth Charlotte Borrell, who married William Haigh of Halifax in 1827. Their son was George Henry Haigh (1829-1887), the father of George Henry Caton Haigh.
Grainsby Hall was demolished in 1972. The only part that now remains is a stable block, that is a Grade II listed building.
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- Image of Grainsby Hall around 1965. Retrieved 25 April 2020
- Grainsby Hall and Park at Lincs to the past. Retrieved 24 April 2020
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