Six wills and two inventories survive for this period, held in the Hampshire Record Office (HRO) and The National Archives (TNA).
Material from 16 testators in this period includes 12 wills and 15 inventories made by three yeomen, five husbandmen, two blacksmiths, a widow, a c
What was the chapel of St Mary the Virgin in the cemetery of Norton Fitzwarren? Was it a lost chapel or the parish church?
Probate records for 29 Old Basing residents survive for this period comprising 18 wills, 23 inventories, one court paper and two sets of accounts.
For 30 years a Pleasant Sunday Afternoon (hereafter P.S.A.) Society, also known as the Men’s Own Brotherhood, was attached to London Street Congreg
For over 200 years, one of the most distinctive features of Basingstoke’s ecclesiastical landscape was a Countess of Huntingdon’s Connexion church.
Although the primary concern of churches has always been the spiritual wellbeing of their congregations, many have also contributed to the social l
Documents for ten Dummer inhabitants (all men), survive for this period, eight wills and nine inventories held in Hampshire Record Office and The N