The records currently represented are rich in variety, ranging from parish collections to small businesses and pictorial collections.
How to get help researching your family history from the Northamptonshire Family History Society and Northampton Central Library.
The Archives Service holds hundreds of years of parish records. They give a fascinating insight into how people of the past lived within their local communities.
The Archives Service holds almost 500 years of wills and probate documents, the oldest of which dates to the 1460s
#CollectionHighlight - The spencer 'S' in the Oak Bedroom is the earliest recorded needlework in the house. #Althorp https://t.co/tcEuGyY3Ua
Really excited to be discussing all things @thomastresham and possible research partnerships with @OliverJWCox and… https://t.co/1lhMpd6hYH
Ellie is here tomorrow from 10.30am-2.30pm checking out your #archaeology finds! #detectorists @findsorguk… https://t.co/MkWiOd3ld1
Great to see the children of Broughton Primary School having fun on their school trip to Rockingham Castle today...… https://t.co/sZukVteaPB
The sun came out for @TraceyPhoto to make the Hall look at its best! #HLFsupported #BehindTheScenes https://t.co/1EIHThRW4C
RT @bhacademyHQ: We’re really excited to speak at @SundialGroup #LDConference2017, sharing our thoughts on the Apprenticeship Levy https://…
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