If your ancestors are from Lincolnshire, England, this group is for you.
Latest Activity: Feb 25
Hello to all Lincolnshire researchers. Lincs is a great county, lots of resources and friendly people; no, it isn't flat! Please feel free to start discussions, leave messages and make this group as helpful and worthwhile as I know it is capable of becoming.
Our logo is the Lincolnshire coat of arms: The wavy bend symbolises the coastline and the many waterways in the county. The ermine bend symbolises Ermine Street, a Roman road that runs through the county. The two fleur-de-lis are taken from the arms of the city of Lincoln. The supporters are the so-called Lincolnshire Yellowbellies, or soldiers of the 10th Regiment of Foot.
Links to other useful groups:
Lincolnshire on-line parish registers
Brigg Grammar School and Brigg Girls School Website
Lincolnshire Post 1837 Marriage Index is free to search
The brilliant Lincolnshire Genuki pages are here
Lincolnshire Family History Society have lots of publications. They can be purchased online here www.genfair.co.uk or here www.parishchest.com
A bastard in the family? Here is a link to reports of bastardy cases held at Petty Sessions that appeared in the Lincoln, Rutland and Stamford Mercury between 1840 and August 1854. More cases are added regularly as they are found http://www.genuki.org.uk/big/eng/LIN/bastardycases.html
North East Lincolnshire Archives
Hullwebs History of Hull
Started by Walter McClister May 12, 2011.
Started by Christine Kay Olsen-Needham Oct 20, 2009.