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Aveland and Ness Deanery

Description

Aveland is likely from the Old English Awell+land, meaning "land of springs and rivers". Ness is a Viking term for a headland or "neck" of land. In the 19th century, the Aveland and Ness Deanery, centered around Market Deeping, consisted of the following parishes in the south of Lincolnshire:

The Lincolnshire Family History Society has published these indexes for this Deanery:

  • Aveland and Ness Deanery, Marriage Index, 1700 - 1753 on microfiche.
  • Aveland and Ness Deanery, Marriage Index, 1754 - 1812 on microfiche or diskette.
  • Aveland and Ness Deanery, Marriage Index, 1813 - 1837 booklet.
  • Aveland and Ness Deanery, Baptisms and Burials Index, 1754 - 1812 on 3 microfiche.
  • Aveland and Ness Deanery, Baptisms and Burials Index, 1754 - 1812, part 2.
  • Aveland and Ness Deanery, Baptisms and Burials Index, 1754 - 1812, part 3.
  • Aveland and Ness Deanery, Baptisms and Burials Index, 1754 - 1812, part 4.
  • Aveland and Ness Deanery, Baptisms and Burials, 1754 - 1812, CD-ROM. Includes Stamford St Martin in Northamptonshire.
  • Aveland and Ness Deanery, Burial Index, 1813 - 1900, microfiche.

To purchase these indexes, go to the Family History Bookstore. Indexes may be purchased by Credit Card.

For a current church and parish listing, see the Anglican Church, Lincolnshire.