The medieval manor mill at Bishops Hull went out of use in the 1340s but by the late 16th century the parish was home to a large number of mills, a
Longrun with its former farmstead is well known to dog walkers, runners, young people and others but the millpond is hidden and nearly dry and all
Fourteen wills and inventories survive for this period, all are in Hampshire Record Office.
Ibstock is one of Leicestershire's largest villages.
One inventory and thirteen wills survive for this period, only one document is held in the Hampshire Record Office (HRO), the remainder are held at
The first Post Office in Basingstoke was run by Robert Cottle, Chief Magistrate, from 1808.
Twenty four wills and 22 inventories survive for this period of people involved in the local farming community and related trades.
Only one will survives for this period, that of John Mulford.
About half of the parish of Old Basing lies on chalk, with the sands and gravels of the Reading beds running through the centre of the village from
Five wills and seven inventories survive for this period including four husbandmen and one yeoman.