The Northamptonshire Surnames List, compiled by Maurice Kellner, catalogues the Northamptonshire-related interests of researchers.
A history of four generations of the Beebe Family in Northamptonshire from the early 16th. century, submitted by Alan D Henry.
Pete Brown has established a discussion group on Rootsweb for the sharing of information relating to the surname BROWN and its variations (BROWNE, BRAWN, BRAUN etc.) in the county of Northamptonshire. To subscribe to the list send the word "subscribe" (and nothing else) in the message text to brown-eng-nth-l-request[at]rootsweb[dot]com (mail mode) or brown-eng-nth-d-request[at]rootsweb[dot]com (digest mode). Any queries about this list should be sent to the listowner Pete Brown.
Alan Hobbs has traced the Hobbs family in the Daventry area back to 1583. He would be pleased to reply to enquiries by post to his home address: "Amberley", 11 Barnby Lane, Claypole, Newark, Notts., NG23 5BD, UK.
Transcripts of Gretton Parish Records are held by Elisabeth Jordan, of the Gretton Local History Society.
A look-up facility, provided by Carole Eales, covers a number of Northamptonshire parishes from the 16th. century.
A look-up facility, provided by Mary Taylor, covers Towcester Church and Census records.
Norman Tew, of Australia, has extracted details from Church and Census records relating to the following families:
Mary Whiteford holds details of the Enfield family in Kettering from the 18th century.
A CULPIN Family History, compiled by Dave and Lynda Boston, traces the history of the family in the north of Northamptonshire. With extracts from baptism, marriage and burial records, the site studies the occurrences of the name across the whole county, developing into a full one-name study.
ESSAM Family Genealogy on the wikitree site
The late John Fuller has provided full details of NORTHANTS, the Genealogy Mailing List covering this county.
C.R. Chapman. Tracing Ancestors in Northamptonshire: Guidance in local, social and family history, Dursley, Lochin Publishing, 1994.
"The reader is directed to material not only in the County Record Office but also in the Public Record Office and to items held in libraries, museums and local councils in the vicinity, whose addresses and telephone numbers are provided. There is a complete list of Northamptonshire parishes indicating which rural deanery, hundred and registration district they were situated in, and a list of the campaigns in which the Northamptonshire Regiment was involved."