The Anglican parish register dates from 1563, but many of the early entries are indecipherable. After 1627, the records become much more readable.
We have the very beginning of a Parish register Extract as a text file for your review. Your additions and corrections are gladly accepted.
The Lincolnshire FHS has the parish register on microfiche for 1660 - 1812. These fiche can be interlibrary loaned.
The Lincolnshire FHS has published several marriage indexes and a burial index for the Graffoe Deanery to make your search easier.
The village had a Wesleyan Methodists chapel and there was one in the Dales as well. The Primitive Methodists also had a chapel here. For more on researching these chapel records, see our non-conformist religions page.
Timberland is both a village, a township and a parish 128 miles north of London, just south of the River Welland, due west of Coningsby. The parish is bounded on the north by Martin parish, to the west by Thorpe Tilney township and by the Tattershall and Coningsby parishes to the east. The area is flat fenland, drained by many small canals and covers about 4,700 acres.
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The village is at the intersection of two trunk roads: the B1191 and the B1189, about seven miles north of Sleaford.