|Alt names||Asuuardebi||source: Domesday Book (1985) p 168|
|Wardebi||source: Domesday Book (1985) p 168|
|Located in||Lincolnshire, England|
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Aswardby (pronounced "as-ard-bee") lies north-west of Spilsby, in the East Lindsey district of Lincolnshire, England, north of the A158 road and west of the A16 road.
Fr. T. Pelham Dale SSC, prosecuted and imprisoned for Ritualist practices in 1876 and 1880, and thus regarded as something of a martyr by Anglo-Catholics), was the parish priest from 1881-1892.
Aswardby Hall was built approximately 1845 and building works completed around 1910. But this dating is contested as the structure, brick, bond type are not of the 1845 period; it is actually Flemish bond. In addition to this, it is believed that there are trees in the gardens c300 years old, which places the "original" building (prior to partial destruction by fire) nearer the date of the construction of the church (c.1747).