Georgian Lincolnshire Revisited
Partial rebuildings make some churches more complicated. Toynton All Saints (4) seems very long, until you realize that it is a Georgian wraparound of a 12th–14th c. aisled church – like Baumber (ND June 2010). At North Willingham (5), they replaced the nave and chancel in 1777, but left the medieval tower for C. Hodgson Fowler to rebuild the top in 1896.
Further reading: Holman and Sheila Sutcliffe in Lincolnshire Churches: Their Past and Their Future, ed. Henry Thorold (1976), pp. 17–21.