The catalogue of archives contains information about the historic records of Northamptonshire and Diocese of Peterborough.
A public service available to anyone researching the history and archaeology of Northamptonshire.
Northamptonshire contains a particularly rich, diverse and distinctive collection of heritage assets.
A national partnership project which records archaeological objects (300 years and older) found by the public in order to advance our understanding of the past.
#historyfact As First Lord of the Admiralty between 1794-1801, George John, 2nd Earl Spencer made the significant decision to appoint Horatio Nelson to the position of Commander of the English Fleet in the Mediterranean which in turn led to the naval victory at Trafalgar. https://t.co/fzrwClC7wy
Today as part of the 100 Objects countdown: Corporal Frank Irons, East Yorkshire Regiment (1884-1947)
Entry in National Roll of the First World War: Story recounted by Sue Botterill (granddaughter of Frank Irons)
World War 1 Centenary Event at Kelmarsh Hall.
Join us to commemorate those who served in WW1 at a special centenary event this November.
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