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Saturday 6th May 2017
9-12.30 pm


Northamptonshire Family History Society & RO staff will be holding‘Fami;y History Surgeries’ at the Northants Record Office on the first Saturday of every month
from 9am – 1pm. 
If you’ve only just started your family history we’ll be able to offer some tips to get you going. If you’ve never visited the Record Office before then we’ll show you how to get the most out of your visit.  And if you’ve hit a brick wall in your research and need some advice then we’ll try and suggest some areas to research. Plus we’ll help you find your way around the best family history internet sites!
Or just come along and chat to us and the Record Office staff! For more information about the Record Office click Northamptonshire Record Office

Note that as from April 2017 the Opening Times at the Northants Record Office are changing- <click here>  for revised times

4th April 2017   Northamptonshire Archives & Heritage Service Summer Events 2017
The Northants Archives & Heritage Service will be running a series of talks over the Summer period fromn May until October on Saturday afternoons. A full list and details can be found <here>
4th April 2017   Northamptonshire Records Office - New Datasets on line.
Northamptonshire RecordsOffice have announced that Northamptonshire freeholders lists, 1795 to 1797 and Northamptonshire Militia Lists for 1771, have now been put on line with Find My Past. These can be found at -
Sept 16th 2016   Find My Past New Records
This week's Findmypast Friday includes Irish Wills Registers 1858-1920, Catholic Qualifications & Convert Rolls 1701-1845, Merchant Navy Crew Lists 1863-1921 & Valuation Office Books. Also Linconshire Baptisms / Banns / Marriages & Burials. More details <here>
July 1st 2016   The National Archives
On this, the 100th anniversary of the Battle of the Somme, we're pleased to announce that all of our unit war diaries for the Western Front (WO 95) have now been digitised. For the first time you can research every diary, including all that relate to the Somme, and download online.Learn more about the war diaries and search by regiment now. Click <Here> for the full information
May 13th 2016  

Find My Past New Records
This week's Findmypast Friday includes an eclectic collection of assorted documents covering many aspects of life in historic London, as well as substantial updates to their Greater London and Sussex burials.
Also available to search is an index of The London Gazette, Britain's oldest continuously printed newspaper, covering the years of the First World War.

April 29th 2016   New Memorial Inscription Publications Now Available.
Apethorpe, Blakesley, Blisworth, Canons Ashby, Cold Higham, Maidford, Pattishall and Weedon Bec Cemetery have all been added to our list.
These can be obtained through NFHS, GenFair or Parish Chest. For further details - Click here.<MI Booklets>


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