The historic Lincoln is the second city in the English Midlands to add records to www.deceasedonline.com.
Immediately available are all records for the five cemeteries and crematorium managed by City of Lincoln Council.
The new collection, which dates back to 1856, comprises:
- digital scans of original burial and cremation registers
- details of all occupants of each grave
- maps indicating the cemetery section for each grave
Lincoln is an ancient English city with a rich and colourful history. As one of only four locations with original copies of Magna Carta, 2015 is a special year where a new 'Magna Carta Vault' at the city's castle will help commemorate the 800th anniversary signing of the world famous charter.
Read Emma Jolly's latest blog about the City of Lincoln records on Deceased Online at http://deceasedonlineblog.blogspot.co.uk/2014/11/lincoln-collection.html
Other councils in Lincolnshire and the East Midlands with records on Deceased Online include Gainsborough, Nottingham City, Newark, Kettering, Corby and Rushden. Also, The National Archives headstone transcriptions for Lincoln and Stamford
Coming soon.....records for a Northern Scottish region and memorial inscriptions for a large Lancashire town
(With thanks to Deceased Online)
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