To mark the 800th anniversary of its signing, Lincoln Film Society have selected a season of films that reflect the Magna Carta’s worldwide importance in the fight for freedom over the centuries. Please click below to find out more:
The following reprints will be available soon:
- Vol 5 Lincoln Wills Registered in the District Probate Registry of Lincoln Vol. 1 AD 1271 to AD 1526. First published in 1914
- Vol 10 Lincoln Wills Registered in the District Probate Registry of Lincoln Vol. 2 AD 1505 to AD 1530. First published in 1918
- Vol 24 Lincoln Wills Registered in the District Probate Registry of Lincoln Vol. 3 AD 1530 to AD 1532. First published in 1930
- Vol 67 The Registrum Antiquissimum of the Cathedral Church of Lincoln Vol. 10. First published in 1973
More information will be posted as soon as it becomes available.
“The Country Justice and the Case of the Blackamoor’s Head”, edited by B.J. Davey and R.C. Wheeler, is to be launched at Riby Parish Church at 4pm on Friday 12th October. There will be tea and cakes available at the event.
Our brand new, redesigned newsletter is now available for download. The Lincoln Record Society News Review features transcripts of documents from the Brownlow Deposit at Lincolnshire Archives, A Case of Simony, information on the Camden Society and Lincolnshire, and news about the latest Lincoln Record Society book launch, held in the atmospheric setting of Stow Minster. Click below to read the newsletter in PDF format:
Please see our annual report for the year 2010–2011:
The Lincoln Record Society has begun sponsoring an annual award of £100, and three years’ membership of the Society, for the best MA Dissertation written by a student of Historical Studies at the University of Lincoln. The Society is delighted to announce that the first winner of this award for 2009/10 is Dan Ellin for his Dissertation “Not Yet Diagnosed Neurotic or Lack of Moral Fibre? The Treatment of Neuropsychiatric Casualties in Bomber Command during the Second World War”.
The officers of the Society would like to offer their warmest congratulations to Dan.
Volume 98, Building a Railway: Bourne to Saxby edited by Stewart Squires and Ken Hollamby, has won the 2010 Association for Industrial Archaeology Annual Award for Best Occasional Publication. The Society offers its warmest congratulations to the editors. The Award will be presented to Mr. Hollamby at the AIA Annual Conference at Falmouth in September 2010.
The Lincoln Record Society is proud to launch our new website and archive of books!
You can access all 100 volumes via the website’s search zone.
Vol. 98 Building a Railway: Bourne to Saxby was proclaimed Book of the Month in the April edition of The Railway Magazine which, for a third year running, is Britain’s top-selling rail title.