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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

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

Dummer parish lies 6 miles south west of Basingstoke just 1km south of junction 7 on the M3.

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

Documents for ten Dummer inhabitants (all men), survive for this period, eight wills and nine inventories held in Hampshire Record Office and The N

The wooden lychgate at the entrance to the church yard from the street was erected in 1919 as a memorial to the 13 men of the parish who lost their

Five wills and seven inventories survive for this period.

The National Register of 1939[1] shows the occupations of Dummer residents (population 360 ) to consist largely of those associate

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

Six wills and two inventories survive for this period, held in the Hampshire Record Office (HRO) and The National Archives (TNA).

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