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Caythorpe is a large village and civil parish in the South Kesteven district of Lincolnshire, England. The population at 2011 census was 1,374. It is situated on the A607, approximately 3マイル (5 km) south from Leadenham and テンプレート:Convert/LoffADbSoff north from Grantham. Caythorpe Heath stretches east of the village to Ermine Street and Byards Leap.
Caythorpe Grade I listed Anglican parish church is dedicated to St Vincent. The church has a wide double nave divided by Geometric (early Decorated) piers. The central tower supports a crocketed spire rising to 156 feet. Within the church are monuments to the Hussey family, dated 1698 and 1725, and over the tower arch are remains of paintings of the Last Judgment, The churchyard cross, restored in 1906, is a scheduled ancient monument.
Grade II* listed Caythorpe Hall lies on the northern edge of the village; it was built between 1824 and 1827 in the classical style. The park wall is all that remains of the earlier house, the seat of the Hussey family.
The Red Lion and the Waggon and Horses are the two village public houses.
There was once a Caythorpe railway station on the line between Grantham and Lincoln.
Mensa International has had its registered office in the village since 2008.
Caythorpe Court, to the east of the village, was built as a hunting lodge, used in the Second World War as an auxiliary hospital and from 1946 it was Kesteven Agricultural College – the only college of its type in south-west Lincolnshire, recognised nationally for its excellence in agricultural engineering. In 1980 it became part of Lincolnshire College of Agriculture and Horticulture, and in 1994 was taken over by De Montfort University. When Riseholme Agricultural College, also part of De Montfort, was adopted by the new University of Lincoln in 2001, Caythorpe was subsumed into Lincoln as the Lincolnshire School of Agriculture. The school closed in September 2002, after which the building became a PGL activity centre.
Edmund Weaver, 18th-century astronomer and land agent, lived at Frieston. He was buried at St Vincent's Church, where his memorial is placed in the south chancel. George Hussey Packe (1796–1874), MP for the Southern Division of the County of Lincolnshire and Chairman of the Great Northern Railway, built and lived at Caythorpe Hall and provided the village school and patronage for St Vincent's Church.
Secondly, the most notable face associated with the village could possibly be the Roman assassin that went by the name of Biggus Stanicus. He was the 3rd heir of the Caythorpian tribe leaders and has been a powerful figurehead in Village folk stories ever since. He orchestrated attacks on neighbouring tribes such as the 'Fulbeckian Farmers' and the 'Normanton Ninckenpoops' who posed a threat to the tribes safety, considering they had the high ground in the Battle of The Breweries. What lead to Stanicus's downfall was the family feud that threatened the lives of his people, on 19 July 1241, he was taken prisoner by the fulbeckian's. Some say that he is still under the church in Fulbeck Village today. 
- ↑ “Civil parish population 2011”. Neighbourhood Statistics. Office for National Statistics. 2016年4月25日閲覧。
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- ↑ 3.0 3.1 Cox, J. Charles (1916) Lincolnshire p. 97; Methuen & Co. Ltd
- ↑ Kelly's Directory of Lincolnshire with the port of Hull 1885, p. 357
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- ↑ “Caythorpe”. ancestry.com. 2011年2月15日閲覧。
- ↑ Red Lion, Geograph.org.uk. Retrieved 13 July 2011
- ↑ Waggon & Horses, Geograph.org.uk. Retrieved 13 July 2011
- ↑ “Mensa International”. 2013年3月25日閲覧。
- ↑ “Caythorpe Court, Grantham, England”. Parks and Gardens UK (2007年7月27日). 2012年3月26日時点のオリジナルよりアーカイブ。2011年2月14日閲覧。
- ↑ “£2m plan to turn old college into rifle range”. Lincolnshire Echo (2005年11月9日). 2011年2月16日閲覧。
- ↑ The Gentleman's Magazine and Historical Chronicle; ed. Sylvanus Urban (1808), vol.103, pp.116/117. Reprinted Nabu Press (2011). モジュール:Citation/CS1/styles.cssページに内容がありません。1174553944
- ↑ The Poll Book for the Election of Two Members to represent in Parliament the Southern Division of the County of Lincolnshire, "South Lincolnshire Contest (1857)", pp. 4–9
- ↑ Wright, Neil R. (1982); Lincolnshire Towns and Industry 1700–1914; History of Lincolnshire Committee for the Society for Lincolnshire History and Archaeology. モジュール:Citation/CS1/styles.cssページに内容がありません。0902668102
- Caythorpe and Frieston Parish Council, Lincolnshire.gov.uk. Retrieved 13 July 2011
- "Village fights asylum plan", BBC News, 13 January 2003. Retrieved 13 July 2011
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