Category:Castle Bytham

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English: Castle Bytham is a picturesque village of around 300 houses in South Kesteven in south Lincolnshire at . Overlooking the village is an 11th century Norman castle mound; the castle itself was destroyed by Henry III in February 1221, even though he was only fourteen. The site in Saxon times was owned by Morcar, also known as Morkere, the brother-in-law of King Harold. His grandson married Lady Godiva.
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Castle Bytham 
village in South Kesteven, Lincolnshire, UK
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Location Castle Bytham, South Kesteven, Lincolnshire, East Midlands, England, UK
52° 45′ 21.35″ N, 0° 32′ 08.12″ W
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