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Parishes in 1851 Census Hampshire and IOW Listed by Parish / Place

This index of parishes within Hampshire and the Isle of Wight (IOW) is provided for those researchers that may have these old style index books and fiche still in their possession. It lists the volume number of the 1851 book (or fiche) that a particular parish appears. Parish Volume Abbotts Ann 4 Adgestone 55 IOW […]

Parishes in 1851 Census Hampshire and IOW by Volume

VOLUME 1 East Dean, East Wellow, Lockerley, Michelmersh, Mottisfont, Nursling, Sherfield English, Timsbury VOLUME 2 Basingstoke, Nateley Scures, Newnham, Tunworth, Up Nateley, Upton Grey, Weston Corbett, Weston Patrick VOLUME 3 Avington, Crawley, East Stratton, Easton, Headbourne Worthy, Hunton, Itchen Abbas, Kingsworthy, Littleton, Martyr Worthy, Micheldever, Sparsholt, Stoke Charity, Wonston VOLUME 4 Abbotts Ann, Amport, Barton […]

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