This section lists county associations of Lincolnshire providing details about each one and what resources and publications they offer.
The association aims to aid people researching their genealogy, specifically in the area of the Isle of Axholme. They can help you discover more about your ancestors.
In the North-Western corner of the old county of Lincolnshire, separated from the rest of the county by the River Trent, the Isle of Axholme covers an area of approximately 80 square miles.
The River Trent is its eastern boundary, and the Old River Don separates the Isle of Axholme from Yorkshire to the north and to the west. River Idle forms its border with Nottinghamshire.
Many photographs are accessible on their site.
Many books are held by the Society, but these can only be accessed by members attending the monthly meetings in Epworth. Topics covered by the books include:
A full list of those books is available on their site.
Many publications are available for sale, which include:
Lincolnshire Family History Society was founded in 1990 and covers Holland, Kesteven and Lindsey, which are the three parts of the historic county of Lincolnshire. It now has over 2000 members Worldwide.
The Society has branches in the following areas:
41 North Street
Located in the centre of Bourne, Wake House has a car park behind the building. The building is fully accessible, with there being disabled access through the rear of the building.
Harrowby Lane Methodist Church Hall
121 Harrowby Lane
Great Grimsby Town Hall
Town Hall Square
Bracebridge Heath Village Hall
Red Hall Lane
Society of Genealogists
Extracts from newspapers mentioning Lincolnshire people and places was transcribed by Teresa Williams amongst others and is available on the site, which covers 1780-1929.
Many resources are available in the Research Centre, located at Unit 6, 33 Monks Way, Monks Road, Lincoln, LN2 5LN, which include:
The facility has a refreshment area and a facility where you can make hot drinks.
It also has a large toilet area.
Many publications are sold by the Society, which include:
Publications available for sale also include:
A list of surnames currently being researched by members is accessible on their site.