Northamptonshire, England Public Record Office
Wootton Hall Park Mereway Northampton NN4 8BQ England
01604 362 513
The Northamptonshire, England public record office is located at Wootton Hall Park Mereway Northampton NN4 8BQ England. You can contact the office by calling 01604 362 513 or by emailing email@example.com. They are open Tuesday – Thursday from 9am – 5pm and they are closed on Christmas day, Boxing day and Easter weekend. You must book in advance and have a Readers ticket. They are a member of the CARN (County Archives Research Network) scheme. They also provide Wheelchair access. They provide reprographics and research services. The most recent population census, conducted in 2001, states that the current population is 189,474.
The information found in the Northamptonshire public record office are adoption records less then 100 years old, Anglican parish registers, black history in Northamptonshire, boot and shoe records, cemetery records, electoral registers, friendly societies, hospital records, military records, emigration and newspapers, Non-conformist registers, police records, poor law unions (workhouse), prison and reform school records, school records, theatre and cinema records, tracing a living person, Turnpike road records and vehicle licensing. As of February 2013 they have obtained the following records: British shoe corporation, Northamptonshire Federation of Women’s Institutes, Tywell Church of England School, Blisworth Parish Council, Northamptonshire Adult School Association, the Northamptonshire Women’s County Bowling Association, Wellingborough Civic Society and Heritage Centre, the United Reform Church, Wollaston Heritage Society, Irchester Ironstone Co. Ltd, Robert Marriot Ltd, Builder, Rushden, G.T Hawkins Ltd and Manfield and Sons.
In the month of January 2013 they obtained the following records: the Rotary Club of Northampton, Mrs B Rodgers of Badby, Great and Little Oakley WI, Workers’ Educational Association, Photographic collection of Eric Carr, Newbottle Church, relating to Thomas Wiggins and premising in Long Buckby, Deanshanger, Tichmarsh Church, Rothersthorpe Parish Council, St. Mary’s Church, Byfield Section of the Royal British Legion, Tiffield Parish Records, Sales Catalogues for various former rectories, Hellidon Parish Records, Geddington and Weekly Parish Registers, NADFAS Church record Ashby St Ledger, Higham Ferrers Borough Council, Oundle Festival of Music and Drama, Ashby St Ledger Parish records, Towcester Grammar School, The Catherine Anne Butterfield Memorial Charity for deserving mothers, United counties bus company, Northamptonshire Yeomanry Association, Northampton General hospital, articles and cuttings of churches and railways in county, Boothville Primary School and much more.