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Huntingdonshire Societies - Links

  • The Huntingdonshire Family History Society.

    The Huntingdonshire FHS looks after the whole of the old county of Huntingdonshire, on behalf of the Federation of Family History Societies for England and Wales. However, the Peterborough and District FHS (see below) also has an interest in the parishes which were formerly in the Peterborough Poor Law Union. There is an email link to the Huntingdonshire FHS at: huntsfhs@genfair.com.

  • The Huntingdonshire Local History Society.

    The Society aims to encourage research into Huntingdonshire History. Records of Huntingdon, the Society's journal is published annually. During the winter months a wide-ranging programme of monthly lectures is held on Thursday evenings in the Council Chamber of Pathfinder House, St. Mary's Street, Huntingdon, commencing at 7.30 p.m. to which visitors are welcome. A social evening is held at Christmas and an Annual General Meeting in May. During the summer, coach excurtions to places of historical interest within the old county and farther afield are organised. Each excursion is led by a member of the Society or a local expert.

    Chairman: David Cozens, 70 Upwood Road, Bury, Cambridgeshire PE17 1PA. Tel.: 01480-815229.

    Secretary: Mrs Mary Hopper, 3 The Lanes, Houghton, Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire PE17 2BW. Tel.: 01480- 463007.

  • The Peterborough & District FHS.

    The Peterborough & District FHS looks after the area of the Soke of Peterborough (formerly part of Northamptonshire) and certain Cambridgeshire, Huntingdonshire, and Northamptonshire parishes in the surrounding areas.

    The Huntingdonshire parishes concerned are:
    Alwalton
    Chesterton
    Elton
    Glatton
    Morborne
    Stanground
    Water Newton
    Botolphbridge
    Connington
    Farcett
    Haddon
    Orton Longueville
    Stibbington
    Woodstone
    Caldecote
    Denton
    Folksworth
    Holme
    Orton Waterville
    Stilton
    Yaxley

 

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