Lincolnshire Family History Groups
LINCOLNSHIRE RESOURCES FOR OCTOBER ENGLISH INTEREST GROUP
Lincolnshire Archives Office
Lincolnshire Family History Society
Lincolnshire Poor Law Bastardy Cases, 1855
From the Lincoln, Rutland & Stamford Mercury newspaper
Dates in Bold are newspaper edition dates.
Dates in Italic are the dates of the petty session hearings.
6 January 1855
Louth (Lindsey) Petty Sessions 20 December 1854
An order of filiation was made upon Christ. HASTINGS for the support of Ann SKIPWORTH's bastard child, at 1s. 6d. per week and costs.
Alford Petty Sessions 2 January
Emily CROFT, single woman, of Greenfield, applied for an order for the maintenance of her bastard child on Thos. TOYNE, of Markby. Ordered to pay 1s. 6d. per week from the date of application, and £2 costs.
Lincs to the Past
Indexes of names, wills, images, historic sites, military history. Much of the collection has to be viewed at their premises
Lincolnshire Remembrance – details of fallen soldiers on war memorials
Lincolnshire Convicts Transported
Nearly 2000 convicts are known to have been transported from Lincolnshire between 1788 and 1868 to to Australia, Gibraltar and Bermuda. Two books in WFHG Library CON011 and CON011B
They are all listed in the Lincolnshire Archives Convicts database
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