This increased at the census to and was estimated in to be It shares its civil parish council with Long Clawsonand Hose. The first element "Har" either derives from the old Scandinavian "hiorth" meaning herd, flock, or the old Norse personal name "Herrothr", found in old Danish as "Heroth". The second element is the old Scandinavian "by", meaning a village or homestead.
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He owned 17 carucates of land at Harby. In the time of Edward the Confessor it was 14 ploughs. Three of these carucates were held directly by Robert with 8 slaves. There were meadows measuring 5 furlongs long and 5 furlongs wide.
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Robert de Bucy owns 1 carucute of land at Harby and leases it to Gerard. The land takes 1 plough to work it. Gerard sub-leases it to 2 freeman and 3 smallholders. Its value is 5 shillings. In the In this Towne was borne Jeffrey de Hardby a famous Dvuine, brought up in Oxford, and after became one of the Canons of the Abbey of Leicester; from whence he came to be Confessor to King Edward the third, and was by him made one of his Privy Council of state.
He wrote many books of special note south melton milfs Divinity, and died in London, and was buried in the Austin Fryers. Here also was borne Robert de Hardby, a Frier Carmelite in Lincolne, who wrote something in praise of the saide Order, Women want sex East Lynne lived Robertus institutes per Hug.
This Rectory is valued in the King's books at 20 pounds. A heavy clay spre over every acre in the parish and the uniform operations of husbandry give a sameness to the country, which a stranger might view with disgust; but cultivation has made it fruitful Industry here makes the prospect, and the product alone mlton the beauty of the soil. There are about acres in the parish; and, whilst the field continued open, the method of milfz was, first-year fallow; second, barley and wheat; third, beans and pease.
The families of Harby are 60, its inhabitantsamong whom are many small freeholders.
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There is no mansion or ancient building in the village; but the present rector has lately built a neat and convenient house A new school building opened on 25 Marchprobably on the site of a village green, under a church committee headed by Rev. The surveyors and architects were Bellamy and Hardy of Lincoln. It had two main teaching classrooms, a large kitchen, toilets to the rear, and accommodation for the teacher consisting of a downstairs study and three upper rooms.
The first headmaster was Henry Major.
The county council took over management on 1 July Originally there was a bell tower above the front door, of which only the base remains intact. A swan as an emblem of the school and a book are carved either side of the base. In the school was extended with three new open-plan classroom areas. One old schoolroom was converted into a studio and TV room.
A new kitchen was built at the rear and a boiler house in the style of the old school added. A mjlfs from the Rt Hon.
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Nick Gibb MP, Minister of State for School Standards, sent in Februarystates that the school was in the top 1 per cent of primary schools in England for attainment in reading and writing, miofs in KS2. The school has just under pupils aged 4 to Harby Pre-School has closed.
However, the latest full Ofsted report in March was critical in some respects. By the Wesleyan congregation had outgrown the coach house, which was replaced by a chapel built on Orson's land. The foundation stone was laid by C. Clark, a Nottingham solicitor, and opening sermons were preached by Rev. John Rattenbury and Rev. James Everett.
In it was refurbished. The earliest church on the site was probably made of wood, sojth which there is evidence in the west wall of the nave.
The earliest written notice appears in the records of the Bishop of Lincoln, recording a priest at Harby in called Robert. In the 13th century, the present stone tower was built at the west end of the nave and the wooden nave and chancel were rebuilt in stone.
The nave was widened, so that its walls ed the tower at the west end, on the outer edges of the tower buttresses. The chancel roof was raised in about and new windows were added. The font from the Decorated period probably stood in the pre-Reformation position by the front door, in line with Catholic practice. The date may indicate when it was moved.
After the Reformation, the font was moved again into the centre of the church and remained there until Harby has three small panes of pre-Reformation stained glass in the first chancel window, bearing the letters W W W. A Victorian restoration took place in —, the flagstone flooring being replaced by tiles. New pews in the chancel were decorated in the Gothic style.
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In the roof was renewed. Ina vestry was built and the organ placed to face into the chancel. The font was moved again to the east end of the north aisle. On the wall above the arch at the east end of the nave are four panels.
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The middle two are wooden boards. One has the coat of arms of George II reigned — The board above bears the inscription "Fear God, Honour the King". The other two panels show the ten sohth on canvas in wooden frames.
Albans — married Elizabeth Catherine Gubbins the daughter of Maj. Joseph Gubbins — There are five bells in the tower dating from as early as