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Researching a location in Northamptonshire? Northamptonshire Archives have a huge range of information that can help. We can help you find out more about the people and businesses that have made a place what it is today using a sources unavailable elsewhere.
Northamptonshire Archives understands the needs of teachers, students, university academics and professionals such as developers and planners and we have a passion for seeing our collections used to further knowledge and to help the county grow.
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Tomorrow is Chinese New Year, marking the start of the Year of the Rat. Optimistic and energetic, people born in the Rat year are believed to be likable by all. They are sensitive to other’s emotions but are stubborn with your opinion.
RT @clmorgan: HELP! We are looking for archaeological illustrators who are free on 4 February for an experiment we are conducting on drawin…
Here's a photo we were given recently. It's small - just 8cm along the longest edge (just over 3 inches) & shows a view of All Saints in Northampton. We don't have an exect date for it, but it must be pre-WW1 because the War Memorial is not there. Can any of you narrow it down? https://t.co/2SwF7cwjEz
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