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Local Links

Dry Drayton Local History and Family History



We have assembled a wide range of links to material relating to the History of Dry Drayton which we hope will be of interest to local and family historians.




• Local Families looking for information and contacts

This link will take you to a page relating to the history of families with local Dry Drayton connections.


• Family History Resources available
The two major databases for family historians, Ancestry and Findmypast, are both available free at Cambridgeshire Libraries.

The Times and Guardian are also available there free. You will need your Cambridgeshire library card and PIN.


If you are interested in tracing your family history you will find membership of the Cambridgeshire and Huntingdonshire Family History Society very useful. They have extensive online resources and can offer free help and advice from fellow enthusiasts www.cfhs.org.uk.

The Cambridgeshire and Huntingdonshire Family History Society have transcribed the Dry Drayton parish registers: all the Baptisms, Banns, Marriages and Burials 1564-1959 - you can get these for just £9.60 as a download or on a CD (also included are transcripts from Knapwell 1598-1959).


The Victoria County History is now available online. This link takes you to Vol 9 for Cambridgeshire and this link will take you to the introductory material on the history of Dry Drayton, from which you can access the other articles on the village.



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