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Heckington Genealogy
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The object of this site is primarily family history, with an insight into the places and lives of the people from the area.  Any information on the families and people from Heckington will be most welcome, as will details or photographs of village life and times.       If you have rellies from Heckington and surrounding villages and wish to have details put on the site, or links to your own site do please e.mail me at  [email protected]

Heckington Rail 150.................the anniversary...

You can jump to the Heckington Records page immediately, which has various links to Directories, Lay Subsidy Rolls, Parish Register Transcriptions 1559-1837, War Memorial transcriptions

If you have found this site usefull, I would dearly love to have feed back on what bits you have used and whether you found it easy to navigate. What sort of info would you like to see in addition?  How did you find this site?

Parish Register transcriptions for Heckington, Burton Pedwardine, Folkingham and Helpringham available in downloadable Excel format.         See the links below

1. Description of Heckington     This page gives a general description of the village

2. Description of other villages.These are on the respective  village page. Go first to 'Nearby Villages'

3. Directories for Heckington.     Whites-Kelly-Etc

4. Directories for Burton Pedwardine.     Whites-Kelly-Etc

5. Directories for other villages. These are on the respective village page Go first to 'Nearby Villages'

6. Lay Subsidy of 1332 for Heckington

7. Lay Subsidy of 1332 for Burton Pedwardine

8. Lay Subsidy of 1332 for other villages.These are on the respective village page Go first to 'Nearby Villages'

9. Parish Register Transcriptions for Heckington 1559-1837 -  look-ups for later years contact me

10. Parish Register Transcriptions for Burton Pedwardine 1682-1854 -  look-ups for other years contact me

11. Parish Register Transcriptions for Helpringham - 1754-1837 available in Excel format

12. Parish Register Transcriptions for Folkingham  

13. Parish Register Transcriptions for other villages - none yet available - any reader with transcriptions welcome to subscribe!!

14. Maps of Heckington and pictures

15. Maps of Burton Pedwardine

16. Maps of other villages   These are on the respective village page       Go first to 'Nearby Villages'

17. War Memorial Inscriptions for Heckington

18. War Memorial Inscriptions for other villages These are on the respective village page Go first to 'Nearby Villages'

19. Kesteven - a description of  the part of Lincolnshire in which the villages lie

20.Aswardhurn Wapentake -a description of the  the administrative area covering most of our villages

21. Families page for a listing of surname interests in the area

22. Census records for Heckington - not yet available

23. Census records for Burton Pedwardine - Transcriptions commencing

24. Census records for other villages   - not yet available

25. Monumental Inscriptions

26. Books on Heckington

27. Pictures of Heckington

28. Heckington in the Domesday Book

29. Railways and Heckington

David Roffe, who is an eminent historian - with a main interest in Domesday - has kindly allowed me to use extracts from his site, which gives early details of various manors, castles and other interesting information from early times.  These are shown on the various villages pages where applicable.  My thanks to him.