Lawress Wapentake

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Lawress Wapentake, shown within Lindsey, Lincolnshire

Lawress is a wapentake in the Parts of Lindsey, the northern division of Lincolnshire, adjacent to the border with Nottinghamshire. Including those parts of Lincoln north of the Witham, it had a population of 69,415 in 2011. It is bounded by Well to the west; by Aslacoe to the north; by Walshcroft to the north-east; by Wraggoe to the east; by Langoe in Kesteven to the south-east; and by Boothby Graffoe in Kesteven to the south-west.

It comprises the following ancient parishes:

*: North of the Witham. Remainder of Lincoln in Boothby Graffoe wapentake, Kesteven.
: In Well wapentake.

Wapentakes of Lincolnshire

Holland: Elloe • Kirton • Skirbeck • Kesteven: Aswardhurn • Aveland • Beltisloe • Boothby Graffoe • Flaxwell • Grantham Soke • Langoe • Loveden • Ness • Winnibriggs and Threo • Lindsey: West Riding: Aslacoe • Corringham • Manley • Lawress • Well • North Riding: Bradley Haverstoe • Ludborough • Walshcroft • Yarborough • South Riding: Bolingbroke • Calceworth • Candleshoe • Gartree • Hill • Horncastle • Louth Eske • Wraggoe