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PostSubject: Dissolution of the Monasteries   Fri Apr 29, 2011 12:40 am

The parish began to take on civil as well as ecclesiastical duties following the 16th-century Dissolution of the Monasteries and the Tudor Poor Law Acts of 1601.[39] The ecclesiastical parish of Navenby was originally placed in the Longoboby Rural Deanery,[40] but was transferred to the Graffoe Rural Deanery in 1968, and it is still part of the Diocese of Lincoln.[38][41] Navenby officially became a civil parish in the 19th century and became a member of the Lincoln Poor Law Union in 1834. The parish was also part of the Lincoln Rural Sanitary District.[42][43] The Navenby civil parish boundaries were adjusted in 1931, to include the civil parish of nearby Skinnand.[43][44]
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