Whilst it is likely the majority of our customers will purchase our publications through the web-based system, we do recognise that others may prefer to order items from the HGS product range via post, and to pay for them by cheque.
We have therefore included the latest version of the HGS Publications List below, and as a downloadable .pdf file. Click here to download full Publications List
This document (and .pdf file) includes a blank order form which you can complete and submit to the HGS Office in Cosham.
A separate blank order form only is available through this link – HGS Blank Order Form
HGS OPEN DAY 2017 – Sunday 8th October 10:00 – 16:00
Times for speakers now available to help you plan your day. Full details of this event, including speakers, stall holders, location, directions, etc., can be found under News & Events, then HGS Events or by clicking this link: https://www.hgs-familyhistory.com/list-family-history-articles/hgs-events/
Research Centre revised opening Due to unforeseen circumstances and for the foreseeable future the Research Centre will only be open on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9-30 to 12-30 and again from 1-30 to 4-30. Please continue sending in queries by letter and email as these will still be looked at and answered as normal. Should the […]
HGS OPEN DAY 2017 – Sunday 8th October
FREE ADMISSION – FREE TALKS – OPEN TO ALL Join us on Sunday 8th October 2017 10:00 – 16:00 The theme of the HGS Open Day is “Spotlight on WWII – Britain at Home”. Full details of this event, including speakers, stall holders, location, directions, etc., can be found under News & Events, then HGS Events […]
Got a few spare minutes?
If you have a few spare minutes then why not browse through some of the items added to the site over previous years. Many of these cover Hampshire stories, people, places and items of interest. Scroll down to Archives, select a year and then browse through all the items and maybe find something of interest. […]
Latest village booklet – No 93 Longparish now available
Longparish (VB093) is a large parish consisting of the hamlets of East Aston, Longparish, Middleton and Forton located along the B3048 on the north-west bank of the River Test. Whitchurch is 3 miles to the north-east. About half of the parish is farmed with extensive woodland areas, mainly Harewood Forest, in the west. Considerable use […]