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Hainton
 
Hainton, Hall
Hainton, Hall
Hainton, Hall

The earliest part of Hainton Hall, the south front (shown here), probably dates from the mid-seventeenth century.

The pair of octagonal turrets, between the 5-bay front and the short projecting wings, have ogee shaped cupolas.

postcard dated 1914

 

Hainton, Hall
Hainton, Hall
Hainton, Hall
Hainton, Hall

This view from the south-west shows the west wing of Hainton Hall rebuilt for the Heneages by Peter Atkinson in the first decade of the nineteenth century.

Atkinson also faced the whole of the house in stucco at about this time.

The porch is attributed to William Burn (1875).

undated postcard

Hainton, Hall, Peter Atkinson, Heneage, stucco
Hainton, Old School
Hainton, Old School
Hainton, Old School
Built by G F Heneage Esq in 1846 and enlarged in 1886. It was known as Hainton Heneage’s Estate CE School in 1900.
The school was owned by Lord Heneage until 1929, when it was transferred to Lindsey County Council. It closed in July 1970.
Hainton, Old primary school, Heneage
Hainton, Roman Catholic Chapel
Hainton, Roman Catholic Chapel
Hainton, Roman Catholic Chapel

The Roman Catholic Chapel of St Francis de Sales at Hainton was built of yellow brick in 1836 to a design by E. J. Willson for Frances, wife of George Fieschi Heneage.

Willson's tomb is in the graveyard at the parish church of St Mary nearby.

Mark Acton, 2015

Hainton, Roman Catholic chapel. St FRancis de Sales, George Fieschi Heneage, E J Willson
Hainton, Roman Catholic Chapel
Hainton, Roman Catholic Chapel
Hainton, Roman Catholic Chapel

Interior of the Roman Catholic Chapel at Hainton.

Mark Acton, 2015

Hainton, Roman Catholic chapel
Hainton, School
Hainton, School
Hainton, School

Hainton Village School was built in 1846 by George Fieschi Heneage in 1846 to serve the Hainton estate.

It has been redundant for 40 years and is to be converted into two dwellings. The playground is still intact and the stone toilet block and wooden cycle shed  are still there.

The School House is next door and is in use as a dwelling.

Pearl Wheatley, 2013

 

Hainton, Heneage, George Fieschi, school
Hainton, St Mary
Hainton, St Mary
Hainton, St Mary

Hainton has been owned by the Heneage family since the fourteenth century.

The church of St Mary is largely a rebuild of 1848 by E. J. Willson though old masonry was used.

The north chapel houses glorious Heneage monuments from 1435. Twentieth-century Heneages are remembered in the chancel.

Willson built a Roman Catholic chapel in the Hall grounds close by in 1836.

Mark Acton, 2012

Hainton, St Mary church, Roman Catholic, Heneage, Willson
Hainton, St Mary, monument
Hainton, St Mary, monument
Hainton, St Mary, monument

The Monument to George Fieschi Heneage (1800-64) in St Mary's church, Hainton, He was MP for Grimsby & Lincoln.

Mark Acton, 2015

Hainton, St Mary, monument, George Fieschi Heneage