Lincolnshire
 
Origin of name: Its early Briton name was Lindum, meaning a lake (Llyn) - a widening of thr River Witham - and a hillfort (dun), which would have stood above the river,
which often flooded. The Romans named the place Lindum colonia: a colony or settlement for retired soldiers.
Name first recorded: 1016 as Lincolnescire.
County Motto: Perseverance vincit 'Preservance succeeds'.

 
1891
 
101 Macaulay Street, Great Grimsby.
James Earthey, age 32 married, Lodger, S.S. Fireman, born Herne, Yorks.