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Ingham, All Saints
Ingham, All Saints
Ingham, All Saints

Replacing a larger medieval building on the same site, All Saints, Ingham, dates from 1792 but fell prey to Victorian Gothicising in 1896.

To Henry Thorold¹ it was 'devout and devotional, and soaked in prayer'.

¹ Thorold, Henry, 1993. Lincolnshire Churches Revisited. Michael Russell

Mark Acton, 2009

Ingham, All Saints church,
Ingham, Black Horse
Ingham, Black Horse
Ingham, Black Horse

Listed in Kelly's Directory of Lincolnshire 1919 "Lester John Miles, Black Horse P.H" 

And in White's Directory 1872 "Maltby Hy. joiner & vict. Black Horse" 

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Ingham, Black Horse, Public House
Ingham, Free Methodist Chapel
Ingham, Free Methodist Chapel
Ingham, Free Methodist Chapel

The former Free United Methodist Chapel was built in 1854 and remained in use until the 1950s. It is now a house with changed fenestration.

Pearl Wheatley, 2011

Ingham, Free Methodist Chapel
Ingham, Free Methodist Chapel
Ingham, Free Methodist Chapel
Ingham, Free Methodist Chapel

Another view of the Free Methodist Chapel which is now a private house.

White's Directory of Lincolnshire 1872 states "The Wesleyan, Primitive, and Free Methodists have each a chapel in the village, built in 1834, 1836, and 1854"

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Ingham, Free Methodist Chapel, Church
Ingham, Free Methodist Chapel
Ingham, Free Methodist Chapel
Ingham, Free Methodist Chapel

Detail of ashlar plaque on front of building.

"FREE METHODIST CHAPEL"

In "A List And Brief Details Of Chapels In The Lincoln Circuits Past And Present" prepared by Colin Shepherdson (Revised October 2000) it is stated that :-

"A chapel was erected in 1854 and the last service held on the 21.10.1923. The chapel is now a dwelling, No 36 The Green" 

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Ingham, Free Methodist Chapel, Church
Ingham, Inn on the Green (Generous Britain)
Ingham, Inn on the Green (Generous Britain)
Ingham, Inn on the Green (Generous Britain)
Ingham, Inn on the Green, Generous Britain Public House
Ingham, Lower Mill (1)
Ingham, Lower Mill (1)
Ingham, Lower Mill (1)

A tower mill with six floors built in 1872 at a cost of £1000.

Jon Sass Collection, undated photograph

Ingham, Lower Mill, Jon Sass
Ingham, Lower Mill (2)
Ingham, Lower Mill (2)
Ingham, Lower Mill (2)

Lower Mill was converted for domestic use in the 1960s.

Location of mill: SK 942 836

Peter Kirk Collection, 2000
Ingham, Lower Mill, windmill, peter Kirk
Ingham, Lower Mill (3)
Ingham, Lower Mill (3)
Ingham, Lower Mill (3)

Another view of the lower mill now a private house.

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Ingham, Windmill
Ingham, Primary School
Ingham, Primary School
Ingham, Primary School

The village primary school on the Green was opened in 1878.

Extensions in the 1980s provided a hall for both school and community use.

drawing by Tom Brooker, 1969

Ingham, primary school
Ingham, Primitive Methodist Chapel
Ingham, Primitive Methodist Chapel
Ingham, Primitive Methodist Chapel

The Primitive Methodist Chapel on The Green is now Chapel House. It was built 1838 and converted to a house in the 1960s.

Pearl Wheatley, 2011


Ingham, Primitive Methodist Chapel
Ingham, Primitive Methodist Chapel
Ingham, Primitive Methodist Chapel
Ingham, Primitive Methodist Chapel

Another view of the Primitive Methodist Chapel.

In "A List And Brief Details Of Chapels In The Lincoln Circuits Past And Present" prepared by Colin Shepherdson (Revised October 2000) it is stated that :-

"A chapel was erected in The Green in 1834 and the last service held on the 8.1.1933 when the Society merged with the ex-Wesleyans. The chapel is now a dwelling, 'Chapel House'" 

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Ingham, Primitive Methodist Chapel, church
Ingham, Rectory (Vicarage?)
Ingham, Rectory (Vicarage?)
Ingham, Rectory (Vicarage?)

Undated postcard.

White's Directory of Lincolnshire 1872 reads "The vicarage, valued in K.B. at £6. 13s. 4d., and now at £90, is in the incumbency of the Rev. S. K. Webster, M.A. who has a good residence, built in 1852, at an expense of about £1000.

At the enclosure, in 1769, the corn tithes were commuted for an allotment of 243A. 2R. 24P., and the hay tithes for 58A.1R. 36P. The former belongs to R. H. C. Nevile, Esq., and the latter to John Dalton, Esq.

The vicarial glebe is 47 acres"

Ingham, Rectory, Vicarage
Ingham, School & School House
Ingham, School & School House
Ingham, School & School House

"School and attached school house. 1851, C20 ... Single storey school with 2 storey school house ... tall, ornate bell turret"

https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1063356 

White's Directory of Lincolnshire 1856 states "The school was built in 1851, by subscription"

however  

Kelly's Directory of Lincolnshire 1919 states "Public Elementary School (mixed), built in 1878, at a cost of £1,700, for 100 children; Job Bird, master"

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Ingham, School
Ingham, Top Mill
Ingham, Top Mill
Ingham, Top Mill

Top Mill was built close to the Cliff Road (B1398) to the east of the village.

It is thought to date from the late eighteenth century and worked until the early twentieth.

It was demolished in the 1950s.

Location of mill: SK 957 832

Painting by Karl Wood

Ingham, Cliff Mill, windmill, Karl Wood
Ingham, Village Hall
Ingham, Village Hall
Ingham, Village Hall

A display of best kept village awards.

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Ingham, Village Hall, Best Kept Village
Ingham, Wesleyan Methodist Chapel
Ingham, Wesleyan Methodist Chapel
Ingham, Wesleyan Methodist Chapel

This is possibly the Sunday School of the former Wesleyan Chapel, built 1836. It is now a community hall.

Pearl Wheatley, 2011


Ingham, Wesleyan Methodist Chapel