Place:Northampton Rural, Northamptonshire, England

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NameNorthampton Rural
TypeRural district
Coordinates52.2°N 0.85°W
Located inNorthamptonshire, England     (1894 - 1974)
See alsoHardingstone Rural, Northamptonshire, Englandrural district absorbed into Northampton Rural in 1932
Potterspury Rural, Northamptonshire, Englandrural district absorbed into Northampton Rural in 1932
South Northamptonshire District, Northamptonshire, Englanddistrict municipality covering part of the area since 1974
Northampton District, Northamptonshire, Englanddistrict municipality covering remainder of the area since 1974
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Northampton Rural District was situated in Northamptonshire, England from 1894 to 1974.

It was created under the Local Government Act 1894 and based on the Northampton Rural Sanitary District. In 1932, under a County Review order, it took in the disbanded Hardingstone Rural District and two parishes from Potterspury Rural District.

The district was abolished in 1974 under the Local Government Act 1972. Part of it was added to the new Northampton District, with the rest going to form the new District of South Northamptonshire.

Parishes

ParishDescriptionDurationNotes
Abington parish (ancient), civil parish 1894 - 1900
Ashton by Roade chancelry, parish (ancient), civil parish 1935 - 1974 from Potterspury Rural District in 1935
Billing civil parish 1925 - 1974 a merger of Great Billing and Little Billing with occurred in 1935
Brafield on the Green parish (ancient), civil parish 1935 - 1974 from Hardingstone Rural District in 1935
Bugbrooke parish (ancient), civil parish 1894 - 1974
Castle Ashby parish (ancient), civil parish 1935 - 1974 from Hardingstone Rural District in 1935
Cogenhoe parish (ancient), civil parish 1935 - 1974 from Hardingstone Rural District in 1935
Collingtree parish (ancient), civil parish 1935 - 1974 from Hardingstone Rural District in 1935
Courteenhall parish (ancient), civil parish 1935 - 1974 from Hardingstone Rural District in 1935
Dallington parish (ancient), civil parish 1894 - 1932 split between Duston civil parish and Northampton County Borough
Denton chancelry, civil parish 1935 - 1974 from Hardingstone Rural District in 1935
Duston parish (ancient), civil parish 1894 - 1965
Great Billing parish (ancient), civil parish 1894 - 1925 merged into parish of Billing in 1925
Great Houghton parish (ancient), civil parish 1935 - 1974
Hackleton hamlet, civil parish 1935 - 1974 from Hardingstone Rural District in 1935
Hardingstone parish (ancient), civil parish 1932 - 1974 from Hardingstone Rural District in 1935
Harpole parish (ancient), civil parish 1894 - 1974
Hartwell chancelry, civil parish 1935 - 1974 from Potterspury Rural District in 1935
Kislingbury parish (ancient), civil parish 1894 - 1974
Little Billing parish (ancient), civil parish 1894 - 1925 merged into parish of Billing in 1925
Little Houghton parish (ancient), civil parish 1935 - 1974 from Hardingstone Rural District in 1935
Milton Malsor parish (ancient), civil parish 1932 - 1974
Nether Heyford parish (ancient), civil parish 1894 - 1974
Quinton parish (ancient), civil parish 1935 - 1974 from Hardingstone Rural District in 1935
Roade parish (ancient), civil parish 1932 - 1974 from Hardingstone Rural District in 1935
Rothersthorpe parish (ancient), civil parish 1935 - 1974 from Hardingstone Rural District in 1935
Upper Heyford parochial area, civil parish 1894 - 1974
Upton (near Northampton) chancelry, civil parish 1894 - 1974
Weston Favell parish (ancient), civil parish 1894 - 1965
Wootton parish (ancient), civil parish 1935 - 1974 from Hardingstone Rural District in 1935
Yardley Hastings parish (ancient), civil parish 1935 - 1974 from Hardingstone Rural District in 1935
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