Northamptonshire Record Office

Address:
Records Office
Wootton Hall Park
Northampton
NN4 8BQ

Opening Times:

Monday: Closed
Tuesday Thursday: 9am to 5pm
Friday: Closed
Saturday (first in month only):
April - October: ​9am to 4pm
November - March: 9am to 12:30


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Description:

The archives hold records created by a wide range of organisations, families and estates, parish churches, businesses, societies and individuals dating from the 12th century to modern times. These records relate primarily to the county of Northamptonshire, however, the records of the diocese of Peterborough covering Northamptonshire, the Soke of Peterborough and Rutland, and some records relating to other counties are also held.


You can view the documents free of charge on any day that the Archives are open to the public without needing to make an appointment.



Contact Details:
Email: archivist@northamptonshire.gov.uk
Telephone: 01604 362513

Learning Programmes:

Please contact the Record Office for details



Specialisms:
Our collections include:
  • parish registers of baptisms
  • marriages and burials
  • records relating to the parish poor
  • wills and inventories
  • census returns
  • estate records
  • maps


Northamptonshire

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