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Hampshire  Parish Records at FHS-Online

We have a large number of parish records published online at FHS-Online. As a society, we will get 100% of any sales, so purchasing a subscription is a great way to fund our ongoing projects. You can search a free index of these records on FHS-Online’s homepage (Just use the keyword of Hampshire along with any other search criteria, such as a name or a parish, etc).

Our online parish records for Hampshire currently include:

  • Baptisms 1538 – 1751
  • Marriages 1538 – 1753
  • Burials 1842 – 1865

You can see our full record coverage here.

You can purchase a subscription to access these parish records here.

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