The rural parish of Upton Grey is located on the north-east edge of the Hampshire chalk downland some 20 miles (32 km.) north-east of Winchester an
The first tranche of this probate material from the years 1544-1560 is posted here and includes 10 wills and 7 inventories.
Thirty-two wills and twenty-nine inventories from the parish of Cliddesden from 1541-1700, have been transcribed by the Wills Group of the New Vict
Hamerton was a paper miller at Hook Mill in Newnham. He was a co-partner in the business with Robert Parker who was bankrupt at the time of Hamert
Steventon was a small agricultural village mainly on the chalk of the Hampshire downs.
Forty wills and twenty eight inventories survive for this decade from Basingstoke.
Newnham was a sizeable village situated on the London clay just north of the Hampshire chalk downs. In this period it was mainly agricultural.
Four wills and two inventories survive from this period.
Four wills and one inventory survive from this period. Two from HRO and two from TNA. Searle (d.
There are five surviving inventories and three wills for this period. The testators were farmers with one innkeeper. Thomas Riggs (d.