Lincolnshire County Page Lincolnshire (abbreviated Lincs) is a county in east central England. It borders Norfolk to the south east, Cambridgeshire to the south, Rutland to the south west, Leicestershire and Nottinghamshire to the west, South Yorkshire to the north west, and the East Riding of Yorkshire to the north. It also borders Northamptonshire in the south for just 20 yards (18 m), England's shortest county boundary.The county town is Lincoln.
- NEW: Lincolnshire Archives New website containing a searchable catalogue of 900 years of historical records. Currently in its first phase (as of 23 Dec 2021).
- Genuki Lincolnshire information related to the whole of Lincolnshire.
- Lincolnshire Towns & Parishes
- Lincolnshire 1837+ Marriage Indexes
- Lincolnshire Registration Districts
- UK Genealogy Archives has some parish registers and Phillimore marriages transcripts online and searchable.
- Early Lincoln Wills by Alfred W. Gibbons, published in 1888. An Abstract of All the Wills & Administrations Recorded in the Episcopal Registers of the Old Diocese of Lincoln Comprising the Counties of Lincoln, Rutland, Northampton, Huntingdon, Bedford, Buckingham, Oxford, Leicester and Hertford, 1280–1547.
- Academia Tertia Anglicana by Francis Peck, published in 1727. The Antiquarian Annals of Stanford in Lincoln, Rutland and Northampton Shires. Describing University, churches, schools of Stanford and several other places.
- History of the Manor and Township of Doddington by Robert Eden George Cole, published in 1897. Includes pedigrees of the families of Burgh, Delaval, Gunman, Hussey, Pigot and Tailor.
- Lincoln Cathedral; An Exact Copy of All the Ancient Monumental Inscriptions by Robert Sanderson, published in 1851. There, as they stood in M,DC,XLI; collected by Robert Sanderson, S.T.P., afterwards Lord Bishop of that church; and compared with and corrected by Sir W. Dugdale's MS. Survey.
- Lincolnshire Notes and Queries - A Quarterly Journal (Illustrated) Devoted to the antiquities, parochial records, family history, folk-lore, quaint customs, &c., of the county.
- Memoirs Illustrative of the History and Antiquities of the County and City of Lincoln Communicated to the Annual Meeting of the Archaeological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland, Held at Lincoln, July, 1848, with a general report of the proceedings of the meeting, and catalogue of the museum formed on that occasion.
- The Visitation of the County of Lincoln in 1562-4 edited by Walter C. Metcalf, F.S.A., published in 1881.
- Notes on the Visitation of Lincolnshire, 1634 by Alfred W. Gibbons, F.S.A., published in 1898.
- Reports and Papers of the Architectural and Archaeological Societies of the Counties of Lincoln and Northampton published from 1850 to 1931.
- The History and Antiquities of Boston, and the Villages of Skirbeck, Fishtoft, Freiston, Butterwick, Benington, Leverton, Leake, and Wrangle by Pishey Thompson, published in 1856.
- The Publications of the Lincoln Record Society The Society was founded in 1910 to print records and documents relating to the ancient county and diocese of Lincoln. The ancient diocese covered not only Lincolnshire, the second largest county of England, but also the wide area which lay within the medieval diocese: the counties of Lincoln, Leicester, Northampton, Rutland, Oxford, Bedford, Buckingham, Huntingdon and northern Hertford. Since 1910 the Society has published ninety nine volumes many of which are still in print.
- Lincolnshire Pedigrees edited by A.R. Maddison, published in 1902
- Great Gonerby Transcriptions Transcriptions of 1802-1812 general, 1813-1836 baptism, 1837-1870 marriage and 1813-1885 burial registers
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