Memories of Thrapston

St James Crescent

I lived in St James' Crescent from 1955 till 1960, (from ages 1 to 6) and went to the local primary school. I remember a lot of the names of neighbouring families.

A memory of Thrapston by Alan M

Barbershop

Somewhere on the left I seem to remember a barbershop. I had my first ever haircut as a boy there, in about 1957.

A memory of Thrapston by Alan M

The School House

My great great grandfather Matthew Stannett was an elementary teacher along with his wife Sarah Bush Bolton (Stannett). They lived in the school house in 1881 with their five children. Has anyone got a photo of the house or know of the Stannett family?

A memory of Thrapston by Nikki Everett

Lords Saddle And Harness Makers.

I recently come across small metal badge thing as as metal detector find. It looks like gun metal, with a coating of brass or gold laquer. It has inscribed on it/ LORD ...Read full memory

Kings Arms

My family owned this public house in the 19th century. Their name was Mary and John T Hull, has anyone a history of this public house? I have visited in 'modern' times and walked Thrapston's roads just to feel the place. I hope someone can help.

A memory of Thrapston by Tim Ferrar

Lords Saddle & Harness Makers

My ancestors lived in Thrapston from the early 1800s to 1917. They were saddle and harness makers, does anyone have any pictures of the shop? I believe it was near to the King's public house.

A memory of Thrapston by andrew.lord2

Charles St Shop

My aunt and uncle Ho adopted me in 1963, used to run the shop on Charles St for John Petch. If anyone can remember me or has any photos of Thrapston in the sixties I would love to hear from you. dennis.taylor 54@yahoo.com

A memory of Thrapston by Dennis Taylor

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