HGS – Ordering / Payment Options
Orders for all HGS products and services can be made:
- Through the HGS website, via the various links and product pages
- By submitting a hard-copy Order Form for Products to the HGS Office.
- Directly from the HGS Office in Cosham (please check opening hours)
- By purchasing at an HGS event, or an HGS attended event
Payment options for purchasing Products, Publications and Research Services are as follows:
By PayPal, debit or credit card for all items ordered through the Society website
The PayPal, debit or credit payment option will be presented in the ‘Basket’ stage of your transaction if purchasing products, publications etc. from the on-line shop
For Research Services you will have been advised by Quotation/Invoice of the amount due, together with a Reference Number to quote on your PayPal/Stripe payment.
You will receive confirmation of the amount paid through PayPal/Stripe, and also confirmation of your order/transaction from HGS detailing the amount paid.
Whilst you may use any credit or debit card to pay, if using PayPal you will need to set up an Optional Account, the details of which can be found by clicking on the link at the bottom of the PayPal page.
By UK Sterling cheque
All products and publications purchases and Research Services can be paid for by Sterling cheque, drawn on a UK Bank, made out to The Hampshire Genealogical Society and sent to the HGS Office, 52 Northern Road, Cosham, Portsmouth, Hants, PO6 3DP, UK, with your hardcopy publications order form or copy of your Invoice for Research Services.
By Cash at the HGS Office – or at HGS Events
Cash can be accepted for all Publications and Research Services at the HGS office in Cosham, address as above, or at an HGS attended Family History Open Day or other event.
We cannot accept Credit/Debit card payments at the HGS Office or at HGS attended events.
A full list of our Terms & Conditions can be viewed here.
Latest Village Booklet – No 91 Cliddesden – is available now
Cliddesden (VB091) is a comprehensive study of the history of this rural Hampshire village and the parish of St Leonard. It is located two miles south of Basingstoke and west of the A339. The original parish had a detached part at Hatch which is now part of Basingstoke and north of the M3. The Basingstoke […]
Latest Village Booklet – No 90 Shalden – is available now
Village Booklet – No. 90 Shalden – available now. The latest in our range of village booklets is now available to purchase online through our shop or by post from the Sales Office. Shalden is a comprehensive study of the history of this rural Hampshire village and the parish of St Peter and St Paul. […]
The Hampshire Family Historian Volume 43 No.3 – March 2017
The latest Edition of the Hampshire Family Historian is now available for download in the Members’ . Articles include: Lost at Sea by Roy Montgomery, Knights of the Meon Valley by Jerry Sparkes andRoyalty in the Forest (Part II) by Richard Smith PLUS: Members Interests, Research Room, Around the Groups, Book Reviews and Your Letters
Odiham School Teacher
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Inquest verdict of Visitation of God
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