The chalklands of Hampshire form a wide band roughly from east to west across the county.
This building at the top of Sarum Hill, Basingstoke, was erected in July 1883 by Colonel John May of May’s Brewery as a Drill Hall for K Company, 1
Transcriptions and analysis of all the censuses have been made by the New VCH Hampshire volunteer group based in Basingstoke.
In 1811 there were 40 families in 35 houses.
When the decision was taken to rewrite the Hampshire volumes in the modern style, Basingstoke was selected as the first area for study because of i
Wills and inventories dating from 1541-1707 have been transcribed by the Wills Group of the New Victoria County of Hampshire project, based in Basi
‘Daneshill, 1 m. NW By Lutyens, 1903. Brick, Tudor and conventional.'
In 1968 Hampshire County Council took possession of the Tasker Collection of traction engines relating to the Waterloo Ironworks in Andover which c
Audleys Wood lies in the northeast corner of Cliddesden parish, its grounds separated from Hackwood Park by the road from Basingstoke to Alton.
There are eleven surviving wills and ten inventories for this period. They reflect a farming community with sheep, cattle and crops.