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Free subscription to sites such as Find my Past and Ancestry
Only available from Northamptonshire Archives or Libraries internet access.

GOV.UK: Find a will
Find wills from after 1951 (a fee is charged)

Kithead Trust
Run by volunteers, this charity may be able to help trace early vehicle registration information.

Northants FHS
Full of useful information, knowledge and skills.

National Archives
Details of documents held all around the UK.

Northampton Borough Council - a guide to cemeteries

Workhouses
Detailed resources about workhouses around the UK.

Rushden Heritage
Full of resources about Rushden.

Timeline Photos

Yesterday we weldomed members of the Green's Norton Local History Group. They had a tour of the archives and examined historic maps and documents rel...

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Spanning the Centuries: the historic bridges of Northamptonshire

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Timeline Photos

On this day in 1969, Neil Armstrong became the first person to walk on the moon. Obviously, Northamptonshire Archives don't contain anything directly...

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Northamptonshire Police's historical archive moving to County Records Office

We're really excited by this new collection.

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Following on from the post about poll books, with the name Israel Whitelark in the list of voters, we'd like to know what unusual names from history y...

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Photos from Northamptonshire Archives and Heritage Service's post

Today in 1872, Great Britain introduced secret ballots for elections. Before that, everybody would know who you voted for, which of course meant that...

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