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Researching your Family History


The Archives held by North East Lincolnshire Council, based at The Town Hall in Grimsby, extend to some 2 kilometres of shelving filled with 12,000 boxes of documents dating back to the thirteenth century.
 
Follow this link to take you to the Council's Archive page of their website for more information;-
 
 
In addition, there is an A-Z index of Admissions to The Pastures Roll, 1780 to 1930, to be found at this link;-
 
 
Or here;-
 
 
If you wish to look at more recent, or indeed older records, this can usually done by arrangement with the Borough Archivist.
 
 
Contact information
 
Contact:         North East Lincolnshire Archives
 
Address:        Town Hall,
Town Hall Square,
Grimsby,
North East Lincolnshire,
DN31 1HX
 
Telephone:    01472-323585
 
Fax:                01472-323581
 
Email:             archives@nelincs.gov.uk
 
 
Opening Times:
 
Monday: 9.30-12.30, 1pm-4pm
Tuesday: 9.30-12.30, 1pm-4pm
Wednesday: 9.30-12.30, 1pm-4pm
Thursday: 9.30-12.30, 1pm-4pm
Friday: Closed to the public
Saturday: Closed
Sunday: Closed
Bank Holidays: Closed
 
 
Accessibility:
 
Access for wheelchair users
Fax, minicom and email available