Lincolnshire Family History Society
A must for any serious Lincolnshire family history researcher. Modest membership fee and lots of information available as well as a research centre.
Lincolnshire Marriage Index
Really useful index of marriages post 1837 transcribed from the parish registers. Includes name of groom, bride and their fathers as well as the name of the church. No register office marriages are included.
Lincs to The Past
This site contains hundreds of thousands of records covering items held in Lincolnshire’s Historic Environment Record, Archives, Libraries, Museums and Tennyson Research Centre
Lincolnshire Mailing Lists These lists are an incredible resource for any family historian. Email your enquiry to the list and other Family historians respond.
The Lincolnshire lists are:
Family History Library Catalog Catalog created by the LDS church giving details and location of family history resources
Heritage Connect Lincoln.
This website helps you explore the heritage of Lincoln from a new perspective - by giving you unprecedented breadth and depth of fascinating historical and environmental information, organised into 108 Character Areas.
If you know of any other local online resources useful to the family history researcher please contact me.
Absent Voters in Grimsby & Cleethorpes in 1919
A list sorted by surname of members or the armed forces and others who were away from there Grimsby and Cleethorpes homes in 1919. Showing home address and military details
The Parishes of North and South Hykeham
A treasure trove of information compiled by Wendy Parkinson. Includes not only parish and civil records of the two villages but also history and maps of the area
Lincolnshire Surname Master Index
This index was compiled by the late Nan Clark. Nan died in 2007 and the index is hosted on http://web.archive.org. Takes a bit of working through but can be rewarding.
This is a website primarily for the communities of Metheringham, Blankney, Scopwick, Nocton and Dunston, but it has much information of interest to the family historian. Descriptions and histories of the ,villages, extracts from Whites directories and 1881 census, plus old maps and old photos. Note: As of July 2013 this website is no longer maintained and could close anytime, if you need any info about the area it covers, get it now before it's too late
Lincolnshire Gravestone Photographic Resource
The Gravestone Photographic Resource project is an attempt to provide a much needed on-line resource for family historians.
Historical extracts from The Crowle Advertiser newspaper from Crowle, Isle of Axholme, Lincolnshire
Folkingham Past & Present
This site has a transcription of the gravestones in St Andrew's graveyard. Use the "Memorial Index" to find the location and then go to the "Memorial Inscription" pages