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There are also several ring ditches on the higher ground above Saltersford.
The Domesday account notes Queen Edith having 12 carucates to the geld, with no arable land outside the village.
The town developed when the railway came to the town.
The Nottingham Line (LNER) arrived first in 1850, then the London line (GNR) – the Towns Line from Peterborough to Retford – arrived in 1852. Little Gonerby and Spittlegate were added to the borough in 1879.
The place name element grand could possibly mean "gravel".
The name of the town is the origin of the Scottish surname, now often used as a given name, Graham.
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In 1363 "The Castles, Manors and towns of Stamford and Grantham" were granted to Edmund of Langley, 1st Duke of York, and fifth son of Edward III of England.
She had a hall, two carucates and land for three ploughs without geld, and 111 burgesses.
Ivo had one church and four mills rendering 12 shillings, and eight acres of meadow without geld. In Spittlegate, St Wulfram of Grantham has half a carucate of land to the geld.
There have been a number of finds of flint and stone tools including palaeolithic hand-axes, from the Cherry Orchard Estate, to the west of the town centre, and from near North Lodge on the hill top south of Barrowby.
Mesolithic flints have also been recovered from the Cherry Orchard Estate as well as from sites to the west of Great Gonerby To the north-east of the town centre a Bronze Age bucket and urn cemetery, with cremation burials and ploughed-out barrows, has been recorded.