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Ten wills and seven inventories survive for this period, all held in the Hampshire Record Office.

Four wills survive for this period, one written in Latin.

Only two wills survive for this period, both are written in Latin and have been transcribed by the Wills Group of the New Victoria County of Hampsh

In 1913 London Street Congregational Church in Basingstoke purchased and reopened the Nonconformist Mission Hall in May Street, which had formerly

Wills of the Rectors of Dummer

Fourteen wills and inventories survive for this period, all are in Hampshire Record Office.

In 1902 Church of England services were held at St Michael’s Church and at two mission rooms: the Reading Road Mission Room serving the east of the

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.

At the time of the 1851 Religious Census, there were two Independent Chapels in Basingstoke.