This book tells the story of William Packwood (1801-48). By trade he was as a tailor but his mission was as a Baptist preacher.
William Harry Harris was an Analytic Chemist and Dispensing Chemist (Pharmacy). He worked in Gold Street Northampton, Long Buckby Wharf, and Bombay/Mumbai, India
William Harry Harris championed the cause of improving access to safe drinking water in Northampton in the 1860s.
An illustrated and annotated transcript of the previously unpublished diary of John Newton for 1767.
John Coulthart describes the process he used to create the map of the Boroughs for Alan Moore’s book Jerusalem
Journalist, author, county historian, organiser, expert shorthand writer, these and a host of other attainments all contribute to the versatile make-up of Mr Arthur Adcock,… Read More »Arthur Adcock – Journalist, Historian, Liberal and Nonconformist
King George V and Queen Mary visited Northampton on 23 September 1913. There was extensive provision of temporary stands for children for this memorable event.
Henry Vorley was born about 1777 in the east of Northamptonshire. He married Elizabeth Love on 9 May 1804 at Holy Sepulchre in Northampton. He served in the Northamptonshire Militia during the Napoleonic Wars.
The rediscovery of a ‘lost’ church dedicated St Botolph at Sulby, Northamptonshire.