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Barrow upon Humber is a village located in Lincolnshire, England. Barrow contains the site of a late Anglo-Saxon monastery, which has been fully excavated. The location is now built over, but is marked by a plaque in the village. King Wulfhere gave land to Caedda (Saint Chad) in the 7th century  at Ad Barvae (at the wood). It was on this site that the monastery was developed. The street adjacent to the monastery site is still known as St. Chad.

The German Honorary Consul resides in Barrow upon Humber.

Barrow was the birthplace of John Seargant, the Roman Catholic priest.
Barrow upon Humbers village hall is on the eastern side of the lower High Street and was once used as a cinema.

For many years the village supported a mummers troupe known as the Plough-Jags. Such troupes were associated with the festivities of Plough Monday which marked the opening of the agricultural year. Many of the buildings in the centre of the village are of 18th- and 19th-century origin. A number of buildings of note include Down Hall, Barrow Hall, Papist Hall, Forester's Hall and West Cote Farm. Thornton Abbey is situated about 2 miles south from Barrow. On 5 October 1541 Henry VIII, after visiting Hull with the Privy Council, crossed the river in a naval vessel and disembarked at Barrow Haven and rode through Barrow en route to the abbey.

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