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Inquest verdict of Visitation of God

January 27, 2017

The Hampshire Family Historian

December 5, 2016

A New Partnership for HGS

November 29, 2016

New Membership Secretary

November 29, 2016

Hampshire Centenarian

November 12, 2016

Harmony Hall later Queenwood College

October 23, 2016

Uncle Tom of Portsmouth

October 7, 2016

Fordingbridge Rabies Death

September 30, 2016

Help from Memorial Inscriptions

August 30, 2016

HGS Village booklet series

August 30, 2016

“Lost” an Ancestor before 1837

August 30, 2016

Death Notices in Old Hampshire Newspapers

November 17, 2015

West Meon Infanticide 1830

November 10, 2015

Greywell Remarriage in 1855

June 15, 2015

Hampshire Murder in Swanwick, 1899

March 1, 2015

1855 Portsea Hospital Bed Shortage

February 22, 2015

Portsmouth Police Gas Explosion in 1855

December 13, 2014

Who was Sweet Fanny Adams?

October 20, 2014

Hardship Cases in a Portsmouth Court

October 19, 2014

Useful Family Tree Information from Portsea Will

July 28, 2014

Solent Tragedy of Gosport Men 1810

April 14, 2014

Italian Immigrants in 1861 Hampshire

February 23, 2014

Early Cremation of a Portsmouth Man 1900

February 17, 2014

Memories of World War Two Southampton

January 27, 2014

Destitute Woman Transported by Portsmouth Court – 1810

January 13, 2014

Portsmouth Bigamy Intrigue

October 22, 2013

Bignell Family Bible

September 22, 2013

Hampshire Children in Manchester Cotton Mill

August 26, 2013

English man dies in Newburgh New York – 1850

August 26, 2013

Family Tragedy in 19th Century East Tisted

July 16, 2013

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Inquest verdict of Visitation of God

Term used in a coroner’s verdict to explain an unexplained death Hampshire inquests The Hampshire coroner’s records were all destroyed which means that no official records exist. The best remaining source is from local newspaper reports though not every inquest and verdict was reported.  When reported the content varied from very brief to quite detailed.  Examples of […]


The Hampshire Family Historian

The latest Edition of the Hampshire Family Historian is now available in the Members’ Area for download. Articles include The Neaves of Fordingbridge; Families Reunion at Kings Somborne; Royalty in the Forest and Swanmore Friends Burial Ground. PLUS: Around the Groups, Book Reviews and Your Letters    


A New Partnership for HGS

A NEW PARTNERSHIP FOR HGS HGS are delighted to announce a new partnership with well-known Genealogy company ‘The Genealogist’ (S& N). All the remaining data from our parish register transcripts for Hampshire, will now be online with The Genealogist (S & N) and FHS-online.   FHS-online has been developed together with S & N to […]


New Membership Secretary

New Membership Secretary We are delighted to announce that we have a new Membership Secretary – Margaret Bowman. Margaret will be ably assisted by her husband John and can be contacted through the website or directly at membership@hgs-online.org.uk


Hampshire Centenarian

Hampshire Centenarian.   Born in Meonstoke in 1916 and shortly to celebrate her 100th birthday   Edith Cavell SMITH Edith a twin was born on 17 November 1916 in Meonstoke and was baptized there in St Andrew’s church on 14 January 1917.  Her twin brother was Lloyd George.  They were named after the WWI nurse Edith […]


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