Sources of information on Badby and its history

During the research for and preparation of the exhibition, many reference resources were identified. This page provides a list of these resources identified from various places:

  1. Parish 2000 Badby Appraisal
  2. History, Topography and Directory of Northamptonshire, Whelan, 1874
  3. A Short History of Badby & Fawsley, AE Ivens, 1933
  4. Histories and Antiquities of Northamptonshire, J Bridges, 1791
  5. History and Antiquities of the County of Northampton, G Baker, 1822, 1844
  6. Early Daventry, AE Brown, 1991
  7. The Journals of Lady Knightley of Fawsley, 1856-1884 (London: J. Murray, 1915), by Louisa Knightley of Fawsley, ed. by Julia Cartwright
  8. Politics and Society: The Journals of Lady Knightley of Fawsley 1885-1913, edited by Peter Gordon published by Northamptonshire Record Society)
  9. Notes on the Birds of Northamptonshire and neighbourhood – Thomas Littleton Powys Lilford 1895
  10. 1779 Enclosure Award Map and details, Northants Records Office
  11. Historical Ordnance Survey maps from 1884/5, 1900, 1925, 1927,1938, 1951/2, 1981, held by the Ordnance Survey and many available through the National Library of Scotland website
  12. The Natural History of Northamptonshire - John Morton 1712
  13. Roy Barnett's talk to Badby School 2001 (tape held by Badby School)
  14. A set of resource files held by the Daventry Library
  15. 1104 document Evesham D in Brit. Museum
  16. Dissolution of Monasteries valuation Thornton Manuscripts, 1631 (a) Northants Records Office
  17. 1559–1801 Church Registers, Baptisms and Burials. NRO
  18. 1676 A Religious Survey of Peterborough Diocese. NRO
  19. 1801–Present day. Official Census Results. NRO
  20. Notebooks of Rev T Green (Vicar of Badby & Newnham 1816–71) [held in NRO]
  21. Details from Mr Herne’s Research. C. Orr
  22. Annual Report of the Medieval Research Group, Badby, AE Brown, 1992
  23. An Archaeological Survey of The Church of St Mary the Virgin, Badby, Rev. E Murray Witham
  24. Roads across the Upper Thames Valley – 14: Turnpike Roads to Banbury, A Rosevear, 1993?
  25. The County of Northampton as Surveyed and Planned by the late Mr Thomas Eyre of Kettering. Revised by the late Mr Thomas Jefferys, Geographer to the Kind and engraved by William Faden in 1779. London: Faden, 1779. [The first large-scale survey of Northamptonshire]
  26. The Open Fields of Northamptonshire, by David Hall (Northamptonshire Record Society, 1995)
  27. A History of Badby Church, Second Edition, by Geoff Pullin, 2012

Last updated 3 February 2018