Spilsby, The Terrace c.1955

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Caption for Spilsby, The Terrace C1955: Hilton's shop is still a boot and shoe shop, but Mr O'Connor is the owner. Next door there is now a bookmaker, and the Trustee Savings Bank building now houses Messrs Dexter & Sharp, who are accountants. Even the Cherry Blossom advertisement (left) has disappeared, which is a pity, as it looks so cheerful. The barber's pole (centre right) has also gone.

An extract from Lincolnshire Living Memories.

Memories of Spilsby


Hi, does anyone know any history or have any photographs of the Chapel on Thorpe Bank, Little Steeping.  It was built in 1874 and was converted into a residential property in the 1980's.  We purchased it last year and have been searching for information as we'd love to know more about our lovely (...Read full memory)

My great great grandma, Indianna, was born in 1842 in Spilsby, her dad was Samuel Watson, does anyone have any information of this family. Indianna had several siblings, her mother was called Mary Turner. They also lived on Ashby Rd at some time, possibly either owning a farm or working on a farm. Indianna left home to work (...Read full memory)

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Caption for Spilsby, The Terrace C1955: Hilton's shop is still a boot and shoe shop, but Mr O'Connor is the owner. Next door there is now a bookmaker, and the Trustee Savings Bank building now houses Messrs Dexter & Sharp, who are accountants. Even the Cherry Blossom advertisement (left) has disappeared, which is a pity, as it looks so cheerful. The barber's pole (centre right) has also gone.

An extract from Lincolnshire Living Memories.

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