The history we hold here is far more than the dates of monarchs and battles that you may have been taught about at school. It's a wealth of fascinating detail of the lives of the people and places in Northamptonshire and beyond.
Every day at the Northamptonshire Record Office someone uncovers a detail that may not have been seen for hundreds of years.
The 10 US airmen honoured by the flypast in Sheffield today flew out of Chelveston base in Northamptonshire. We hold this plan of the airfield from that time. (ref Map 6496) @BBCBreakfast @mrdanwalker This morning's coverage was truly moving. https://t.co/1W9MrtmhFh
RT @ArchAHeritage: Two great historical research #JOBALERT s with Victoria County History, researching medieval and early modern #Towcester…
Today we have biros, sharpies, fountain pens filled with ink we bought from a shop (bottled or in cartridges), and even glittery or scented pens. For most of the documents we hold, however, someone actually had to make the ink themselves.This undated recipe tells us how. (PL111) https://t.co/4Vgwjaucin
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