Aisby, South Kesteven

Aisby, South Kesteven

Aisby is a village in the English county of Lincolnshire, known as "Asebi" in the Domesday Book.

Aisby is a small hamlet within the parish of Heydour near Ancaster and Grantham. Once a small hamlet belonging to the nearby Culverthorpe Estate, the village was sold off in lots in 1918 and is now expanded with much additional building of housing since 1990. Both Heydour and Aisby are found with other spellings in official records such as censuses, making it difficult for families from these places to trace their origins. Aisby can be spelt as Azeby or even Hazeby; Heydour seems to be currently preferred, but other versions are Haydor, Haydour, and Heydor.


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