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Old 13-02-10, 15:01
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12 February 2010

New Lincolnshire parish records on findmypast.co.uk

We have just published around 77,000 new parish records for Lincolnshire from the Lincolnshire Family History Society. There are around 51,000 new marriage index records, 23,000 marriage bond records and 3,000 settlement certificate records. This makes a total of around 220,750 parish records for Lincolnshire. We are expecting more updates from Lincolnshire Family History Society in the future.

See the table below for the amount of Lincolnshire records now on our site:

Records
Amount
Lincolnshire Parish Bastardy Cases
2,443
Lincolnshire Cemetery Registers
63,985
Lincolnshire Workhouse Deaths
10,222
Lincolnshire Monumental Inscriptions
32,170
Lincolnshire Marriage Licence Bonds and Allegations
44,440
Lincolnshire Marriage Index
51,740
Lincolnshire Parish Apprentice Indentures
3,232
Lincolnshire Settlement Certificates
8,590
Lincolnshire Settlement Examinations
3,928
Total:
220,750
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Ooh, thanks Kiterunner - I'll have a good look for my Wood ancestors and also OH's Newtons.
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Wow, Kiterunner, thanks!

I have just found the marriage allegation for Newbourn Wood, my ancestor, for his second marriage to Elizabeth Robson in 1802, and then the same for his father Joseph Wood to Ann Newbo(u)rn with all their ages!
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