Welcome to Northamptonshire Family History Society
We were founded in 1976 and have almost 800 members, mainly from the UK but also many from overseas.
If you are starting out in this fascinating and compelling hobby or if you are a seasoned genealogist we hope you will find something of interest here.
While we mainly concentrate on Northamptonshire, as we border some of the old counties, and many of the existing ones, the dividing line does get blurred. A map of 1760, shows Buckingham, Oxfordshire, Warwickshire, Leicestershire, Rutland, Lincolnshire, Cambridgeshire, Huntingdonshire and Bedfordshire as neighbours. And Peterborough in those days was in Northamptonshire.
You are very welcome to join us at one of our meetings, or even pop into the Northamptonshire Records Office, any first Saturday where we do a Surgery session. You would also be more than welcome to join us in summer on one of our trips to record monuments and gravestones. We would also welcome anyone who would like to get involved with transcribing and indexing original documents.
We don’t have any members only pages, so please explore our website to find out more about what the Society has to offer.
PLEASE NOTE: The next Northampton Branch Meeting will be on the 3rd Monday of October instead of the normal day, Ian Waller’s talk “The Broken Branch” – How name changes affect your research will be on 23 October 2017.
NFHS one-day Conference will be Saturday 19 May at Park Inn, Northampton.