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Lincolnshire notes and queries.

Language(s): English
Published: Horncastle, W. K. Morton.
Subjects: Lincolnshire (England) > Genealogy > Periodicals.
Lincolnshire (England) > History > Periodicals.
Lincolnshire (England) > Antiquities > Periodicals.
Note: Title varies slightly.
"A quarterly journal ... devoted to the antiquities, parochial records, family history, folk-lore, quaint customs, etc., of the county."
"Lincolnshire folk names for plants," was issued as a supplement, 1894-1897.
"Materials for a complete list of Lincolnshire topographical books" was issued as a supplement, 1888-1890.
"Abstracts of Lincolnshire wills proved in the Perogative court of Canterbury", issued as a supplement, 1922- .
"A list of existing sepulchral brasses in Lincolnshire," was issued as a supplement, July 1889-Oct. 1892, and Jan. 1895.
"The natural history of Lincolnshire"... was issued as a supplement Jan. 1896-Oct. 1897.
Physical Description: 24 v. plates, maps, facsims. 23 cm.
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