This may be one of the walks laid out by Governor D'anseville at Brook House.

(see S8n1 ). If so, perhaps it was so named by him as well--or by Margaret Floyer, who would have been familiar with Lincolnshire Castle, as in 1782 she is reported to have been living with her sister Anne, at Newark, just south of the city of Lincoln. Lincolnshire Castle was built by William I on six acres of high ground to the north of the city of Lincoln.