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Farleigh wallop was a parish with a non-resident landlord, the earl of Portsmouth.

This chapel served the parish of Farleigh Wallop where the Congregational cause was established in 1900.

Three of the five wills extant from this period were made by members of the Wallop family: Stephen and his brother Robert inherited the family esta

Probate material that survives from this period includes the wills of two husbandmen, and the will and inventory of a gentlewoman, Jane Aubrey, a m

Probate material consisting of five wills, two of which have inventories attached, have been transcribed.The two wills proved in the Consistory Cou

Probate material for this period includes three wills, two with inventories attached. They reflect a prosperous farming community.

Two wills, one with an inventory attached, have been transcribed for this period.

One will survives for the last 20 years of the 17th century.

Farleigh Wallop is a small village and civil parish approximately 2 m