There are now 7055 people listed here. This is a slight increase on last time, mainly due to links with improvements made in the Stoke Bruerne file. New data is still being added to names already in the file, as well adding new names.
The data entered comes from all the censuses from 1841 to 1901 and the Parish records from 1705-1910. The parish records were purchased from the Northamptonshire Record Office. Partial transcripts were given to me, but have been checked and added to, to bring them up to the level required for the FreeGen project. Thanks also to those people who sent me new information or corrected errors, this page is the sum of work from many friends, most of whom I have never met.
The names are shown in family groups, except for individuals shown in one of the censuses. I have only taken names from the Parish records where I am able to place them in a family. Read the notes following each person. These are important because I have written details on each source where I have found a reference to the individual. I have also noted the names of people who have provided information, and occassionally stated where I have doubts about some data. Where the Parish Record entries are not numbered I have used my own reference in the format of "Fiche row n, column n, line n" to help me identify them on the Northamtonshire Record Office microfiche. Where there is more than one fiche in a set I have continued the row count onto the next fiche. The colums are for double pages, hence the left and right reference.
I am happy to accept additions and corrections from others who have read these pages. In some cases extra information has been found in the records of a neighbouring parish and added here, or a reference to those pages has been inserted. If you wish details of the records found for any individual please e-mail me. In some cases people may be linked to the wrong families, please e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you find errors. Thank you.
A warning on spelling. I used to try to follow the spelling of names in the original documents, but this varies from document to document for the same person or family so I often standardise the spelling to the most commonly used one. When looking for a name it would still pay to search alternative spellings in the name lists.
I can also recommend a web page with pictures of Blisworth.
A related page is the Family History Section of the Blisworth pages.