North Lincolnshire place-names originate from the colonisation
by the Anglo-Saxons. Old English place-name elements are evident
in many of the towns & villages across the county such as:-
burh, cot, ham, tun, wic, worth. There is a large
number of Danish place-names across North Lincolnshire derived
from by & thorp which were recorded in the
Domesday book. For
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Find out the origins of the Place-names of the Towns & Villages
in North Lincolnshire.
Click here for NorthLincs.com's A-Z list of Place-Names.
has a number of Museums to visit. ...more.
Life in Licolnshire is Captured in the Museum of Lincolnshire
Baysgarth House Museum (Barton).
Dictionary of Lincolnshire Placenames
by Kenneth Cameron.
Railways of North Lincolnshire
North Lincolnshire: a Pictorial History
Kevin Leahy, David Williams
Aspects of North Lincolnshire: Discovering Local History Jenny
Excavations at Winterton Roman Villa and Other Roman Sites in
North Lincolnshire, 1958-67
||Local History Groups
is a wealth of information about the Local History in the Local
Libraries across the county. Alternatively, a very good source
of information is online at the North Lincolnshire Council Website
under the Local History Section. Click
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are many Local History Groups across the region. If you know
of one please let NorthLincs.com know so we can build up a Directory
of Groups. Thank You.