Humber Keel & Sloop Preservation Society
c/o Hillside Cottage, 21 Freemans Lane, Bonby
Near Brigg DN20 0PN
The Humber Keel and Sloop Preservation Society's aim is to preserve and sail examples of the Humber Keel and Humber Sloop in their traditional waters on the River Humber. We have two ships, the Humber Keel 'Comrade', built at New Holland in 1923, and the Humber Sloop 'Amy Howson', built at Beverley in 1914.
Isle of Axholme Family History Society
Colywell, 43 Commonside, Westwoodside
Doncaster DN9 2AR
We are alway happy to greet new members to the society, be they 1 mile or 10,000 miles away from this small corner of the County of Lincolnshire.
Lincolnshire Family History Society
Unit 6, 33 Monks Way, Monks Road
Lincoln LN2 5LN
The Lincolnshire Family History Society covers Holland, Kesteven and Lindsey, the three parts of the Historic County of Lincolnshire. Founded in 1990, the society now has over 3000 members worldwide, and in the year 2000 the LFHS leased premises in central Lincoln as a research centre.
Society for Lincolnshire History & Archaeology
Jews' Court, 2-3 Steep Hill
Lincoln LN2 1LS
The Society for Lincolnshire History and Archaeology is a registered charity that aims to promote greater awareness, interest and understanding of all aspects of the cultural heritage of Lincolnshire past and present. The society office and bookshop is located in a wonderful 12th century building in the heart of historic Lincoln.