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A specially printed record book in St Nicholas's church at Fulbeck contains details of the First World War service of all the men of the parish.
This is an excellent record, although some of the information may be incomplete or incorrect.
A study of documents from the parishes of Wainfleet, Friskney, Bratoft and Firsby reveals interesting detail of work done to maintain and improve inland drainage.Ronald Tointon, a Methodist Minister born in Lincoln in 1908 and life-long supporter of Lincoln City FC, compiled a record of the team that finished first in the Third Division (North) in 1931/32.Personal notes are given on key players, comparing some to national stars of the day.Both technical and financial information can be gleaned from accounts deposited at Lincolnshire Archives.Foster, an apprentice steelworker from Scunthorpe, served with the Sherwood Foresters as a Lewis Gunner at Passchedaele and survived the war.
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Joseph Gilbert, originally from the Kirton-in-Holland, sailed twice with the renowned Captain James Cook.