Category Archives: Lincolnshire

Being “productive” with place-names

I’d not even finished writing the piece that was the subject of my previous post when I began to formulate a new sidelight analysis to append to it. The basis of this was what I perceived to be a positive correlation between … Continue reading

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Tom Green, Lincolnshire and maybe a spot of prevarication on my part

I went into last weekend with the intention to post an “essay-in-24-hours” but one hangover and some bitterly cold weather later and I’d gone off the idea. Fast forward to sunday night and I was up to my eyeballs in … Continue reading

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