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Tealby
 
Bayons Manor
Bayons Manor
Bayons Manor
Charles Tennyson (uncle of Alfred) built the house.
Tealby, Bayons Manor, Charles Tennyson
Bayons Manor
Bayons Manor
Bayons Manor

This huge picturesque house was built in 1836-42 by Charles Tennyson d’Eyncourt, uncle of the poet Tennyson.

Bayons Manor was blown up by the then owner in 1965.

Tealby, Bayons Manor
Tealby, All Saints
Tealby, All Saints
Tealby, All Saints

The ironstone tower of  All Saints is Norman work in its lowest stage, while the nave has architecture dating from the 13th to the 15th centuries.

The chancel, remodelled by James Fowler in 1871, has many memorials to members of the Tennyson d’Eyncourt family of Bayons Manor.

Frank Robinson, November 2014

Tealby, All Saints church, James Fowler, Tennyson D'Eyncourt
Tealby, Bayons Manor
Tealby, Bayons Manor
Tealby, Bayons Manor

This huge picturesque house was built in 1836-42 by Charles Tennyson d’Eyncourt, uncle of the poet Tennyson.

The photo (from a colour slide) shows the west front in c1960.  Bayon’s Manor was blown up by the then owner in 1965.

Courtesy of Frank Robinson

Tealby, Bayons Manor, Charles Tennyson d'Eyncourt
Tealby, Main Street
Tealby, Main Street
Tealby, Main Street

Tealby, 3 miles north east of Market Rasen, is generally considered to be one of the most beautiful villages in the County.

It was the site of Bayons Manor, a Gothic marvel, built for Charles Tennyson D’Eyncourt between 1836 & 1840. Having become derelict, it was blown up in 1964.

Tealby has a thatched pub, the Kings Head.

undated postcard

Tealby, Tennyson D'Eyncourt
Tealby, Methodist Chapel
Tealby, Methodist Chapel
Tealby, Methodist Chapel

The Wesleyan Methodist chapel in Front Street opened in 1819 and closed in 1993.

It is listed Grade II.

July 2017

Tealby, Methodist chapel
Tealby, The King's Head
Tealby, The King's Head
Tealby, The King's Head

This well-known village pub claims to have its origins in the 1360s, though the thatched mud and stud building shown here is listed by National Heritage as 17th century.

It continues to be a popular pub and restaurant.

See: National Heritage List for England

Tealby, King's Head, public house, thatched