In 1807 a considerable number of silver pennies, of the type usually attributed to Henry II, were found by the side of a road which crossed a ploughed field at Tealby.
Amongst them, were some coined at Wainfleet, the officer employed at the misnt was named Waltier, the mint mark on the pennies being Waltier on Wain.
Source: Topographical and Historical Account of Wainfleet and the Wapentake of Candleshoe, in the County of Lincoln. With Engravings. Oldfield, Edmund 1829