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 Days Gone By - Historical Papers - Articles & Essays Describing Village History

This section of the web site contains articles and essays, many written by local people, that describe the village and its history; in addition links are provided to existing web sites that contain relevant information

Much of the unpublished material is not currently in electronic format - it’s either manuscript (handwritten) or produced using a typewriter. Work is underway to convert the information into a format that can be added to this web site.

If you have information that you would be prepared to share please contact thomasdob [at] btinternet.com

2011*

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Donington on Bain Notes
Coulam, D.,(2011) [Online]; http://www.davidcoulam.plus.com/donington.html

2010

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Donington on Bain Railway Station
Catford N.,(2010) [Online]; http://www.disused-stations.org.uk/d/donington_on_bain/index.shtml

2009

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 A vision of BRITAIN THROUGH TIME
Southall H. et al, (2009) [Online]; http://www.visionofbritain.org.uk/place/place_page.jsp?p_id=12047l

2004

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Donington on Bain War Memorial
Prestige D. & Graves G.,(2004) [Online]; http://www.roll-of-honour.com/Lincolnshire/DoningtonOnBain.html

2000

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A Brief History of Donington on Bain Village Hall
Fairbank R., (2000)

1997

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Part of a series of talks given on the history of the churches of the Asterby Group. - Donington on Bain.
Williams, Reverend B., (1997)

1995

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The Lincolnshire Wolds - Looking at Donington on Bain & Withcall
Doughty D.M., (1995) - Awaiting Transcription

1986

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BBC- Domesday Reloaded - Donington on Bain
BBC, (1986) [Online]; http://www.bbc.co.uk/history/domesday/dblock/GB-520000-381000

1952

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The History of Donington on Bain
Anon (local Schoolteacher), (1952)

1086

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Domesday Book
William I / Anon, (1086)

* These papers are listed in reverse chronological order. This is solely to provide some structure, but is not necessarily the most appropriate methodology. It may be that as the project evolves we will need the (Pro bono) services of a professional librarian/archivist - any takers?


Society for Lincolnshire History and Archeology.

Society for Lincolnshire History and Archeology.

There is a wealth of local history information available in Lincolnshire. Perhaps the best source is the
Society for Lincolnshire History and Archeology.
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