|Sudbrook Holm c. 1800|
|Sudbrook Park early 20th century|
|1919 Sale Notice|
By 1911 Coningsby Sibthorp was living at the Dower House at Canwick, but there were still 12 servants living in at Sudbrook Holme, and 11 servants living in at Canwick. Coningsby’s wife, Mary, died in 1902 and was possibly the reason he “downsized”.
|Sudbrook Holm in 1919|
Ernest Terah Hooley, the millionaire financier and fraudster purchased the house sometime before 1926; it was announced on 10th January 1926 that Lincoln Corporation had an option to purchase from Hooley. The option lapsed on 5th February 1926.
The house was demolished in 1928, the interiors were carefully removed and fetched much more that the £15,000 that was reached at auction. Today the park and lake are overgrown, modern homes mix with the older estate houses.