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.
With A level results out yesterday and GCSEs next week, we've been thinking about the education people received in the past. This is a report on the progress of Dorothy Henrietta Fitzwilliam, aged 10, from April 1832. Dorothy was the daughter of the 5th Earl Fitzwilliam. https://t.co/0GaKPEiNCo
RT @historymatt: #OTD in 1819, a huge crowd peacefully assembled in Manchester to demand political rights, and they were attacked by the mi…
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