Thingol was originally the leader of the Nelyar Elves awoken in Middle-Earth. This title was later given to his brother. Thingol then became first King of the Northern Elven Kingdom of Doriath. Being akin to the Teleri of Aman, he was furious upon learning of the First Kinslaying and thus disliked the Host of Fëanor, who caused it.
He remained on friendly terms with the House of Finarfin in Middle-earth, though, as they had not participated in the Kinslaying. He allowed Finrod and Galadriel, children of Finarfin, to stay in his land as guests. He specifically disliked the House of Fëanor, as they had started the Kinslaying. This feeling further deteriorated after he was threatened to handover the Silmaril.
Is it stated anywhere in the books whether Thingol forgave the House of Fingolfin, or had any interaction with them at all, or did he hold a grudge with them that is explicitly shown?
NOTE: This is not a duplicate of Did the Teleri ever forgive the Noldor for the Kinslaying at Alqualondë? I am asking about the relationship between Thingol and the House of Fingolfin.