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Feedback

We would like to thank some early visitors to the site for their positive and friendly support:

  • Northamptonshire Record Office, archivist: "Congratulations on the website – the mix of advanced material, such as the manorial documents, and local history society elements, is excellent and innovative ... share your hope that over time this type of approach will encourage local historians to expand their horizons ... will certainly recommend the site to visitors here – it has much to offer to researchers generally."
  • St John's College, Oxford, archivist: "Looks very impressive, best of luck with it."
  • Community Landscape & Archaeology Survey Project (CLASP): "Your website is very valuable and fills a hole in local historical understanding. A link has now been placed onto the CLASP website."
  • Professor Steve Hindle, Warwick University (Editor, Econ. Hist. Review): "Thanks for the link to your amazing website ... there are wonderful resources here, and it is all so beautifully presented."

New content

Check here first, to see what new content has been added since your last visit!

  • 02-Feb-2017: Kilsby: 10 more published articles added from Kilsby Kronickle, see the "Published Articles" page in the Kilsby section;  Crick: 11 more published local history articles added from Crick News, see the "Published Articles" page in the Crick section; and important updates to the Regional History section, adding new details of a major Iron Age Hillforts Survey project, an exciting new source of social history data via the Online Newspaper Archive, and further downloads on medieval Infant Mortality Studies.
  • 14-Aug-2014: Kilsby: 6 more published articles added from Kilsby Kronickle, see the "Published Articles" page in the Kilsby section;  Crick:  6 more published local history articles added from Crick News; Regional House Histories:  dozens of additions to the house history pages for Crick and Kilsby, very useful for geneaologists searching for ancestors.
  • 25-Sep-2013: Kilsby: more published articles added from Kilsby Kronickle, see the "Published Articles" page in the Kilsby section; Barby/Crick/Kilsby: links added from the Ancestor sections of each village, to the House History interactive maps in the Regional section; Barby Hill Archaeological Project: More photographs and maps added, as work on the archaeological site continues; Regional House Histories: updates and additions to house history pages for Kilsby.
  • 12-May-2013: Kilsby: more published articles added from Kilsby Kronickle, see the "Published Articles" page in the Kilsby section
  • 21-Dec-2012: new sub-section added in Regional section, "Infant Mortality Studies" - follow this link
  • 20-Dec-2012: Crick: more published articles, and updates to the History Society diary and events page; Kilsby: more articles from Kilsby Kronickle; Barby: page added on Barby House Histories
  • 03-Nov-2012: new sub-section added in Regional section, "Regional House Histories" - follow this link
  • 25-Oct-2012: new sub-section added in Regional section, "Barby Hill Archaeological Project" - follow this link
  • 03-Oct-2012: Crick: more published articles, and updates to the History Society diary and events page
  • 16-Jul-2012: Kilsby: more articles from Kilsby Kronickle
  • 28-Dec-2011:  Crick: updates to articles and books;  update to History Society programme.  Kilsby: more articles from Kilsby Kronickle;  update to History Society programme:  new sub-section added in Regional section, "Saxons and Danish socmen" - follow this link.
  • 20-Jun-2011:  Kilsby: images added to Image Library (Bill & Glenis Evitts section)
  • 03-Jun-2011:  Kilsby: images added to Image Library;  more articles from Kilsby Kronickle.  Barby: update to History Soc programme.  Crick: update to History Soc programme.
  • 12-Mar-2011:  new sub-section added in Regional section, "Wills and Inventories" - follow this link
  • 27-Feb-2011:  new sub-section added in Regional section, "Onley Deserted Medieval Village" - follow this link
  • 16-Feb-2011:  new sub-section added in Regional section, "William de Kildesby" - follow this link
  • 06-Feb-2011:  new page + download added in Regional section, "Digital Techniques for Map Analysis" - follow this link.