View across farmland from Dalderby
|OS grid reference|
|• London||115 mi (185 km) S|
|Sovereign state||United Kingdom|
Teapot Hall was an early 19th-century one-roomed cottage with a thatched roof. However it was long regarded as a medieval building, of considerable historical importance as a survival of an early timber-framed house. In 1945 it was burnt down accidentally during VJ Day celebrations, and nothing remains today. It was at this point that its true date was discovered.
Manor Farmhouse is a Grade II listed building that dates from the 17th century. It has a thatched roof. Dado paneling inside the building reputedly was taken from the demolished St. Martin's Church.
Supposedly the village sent the largest proportion of its men to fight in World War I of any village in the country. A "War Cross", or temporary stand-in for a permanent war memorial, was unveiled there by General Sir William Robertson, chief of the Imperial General Staff from 1916-18.
- "Site of St Martin's church, Dalderby". Lincolnshire Archives. Retrieved 19 June 2011.
- Historic England. "Teapot Hall (1489449)". PastScape. Retrieved 19 June 2011.; Aslet, Clive and Powers, Alan, The National Trust book of the English House, p. 26, Penguin/Viking, 1985, ISBN 0670801755
- "Manor Farm House, Roughton". British Listed Buildings. Retrieved 19 June 2011.