In 1885 Kelly's Directory noted that Evedon was a parish of 1,333 acres (5 km2) and three farms, on heavy soil that produced crops of wheat, oats, beans, barley and turnips, and seeds – small potatoes used as seed stock. Parish population in 1881 was 73, with Murray Finch-Hatton DL JP as sole landowner. The parish was entitled to send children to Sleaford Grammar School, and two to the Free School at Ewerby. The parish register dates from 1599. By 1933 parish land had increased to 1,647 acres (7 km2), with 5 acres of water – population in 1921 was now 81. There were still three farms, with two farm bailiffs, and a dairyman. The nearest money order and telephone office was at Ewerby.
- Kelly's Directory of Lincolnshire with the port of Hull 1885, p. 389
- Kelly's Directory of Lincolnshire 1933, p. 179
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