Ancestry Expands Hampshire Parish Records

On 12 February, updated several significant collections of Church of England Hampshire records and added a new collection of Hampshire Nonconformist records.

UPDATED Church of England Collections

  • Hampshire, England, Church of England Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1536-1812 (2,966,019 records): As with other counties, BMBs were recorded together until 1812. This expansive collection, with nearly 1 million additions since last May, is derived from Parish Registers and Bishops Transcripts. Search results are linked to original images which are also browsable.

  • Hampshire, England, Church of England Baptisms, 1813-1921 (2,965,545 records)

  • Hampshire, England, Church of England Marriages and Banns, 1754-1921 (968,110 records) Remember, you will often find an image of the marriage record with the sane information as you get buying it from the GRO.

  • Hampshire, England, Church of England Burials, 1813-1921 (620,981 records)

NEW Nonconformist Collection

  • Hampshire, England, Nonconformist Registers, 1835-1921 (58,487 records):  The original data is from Methodist Registers. In some it was arranged in a narrative form with handwritten information inserted into spaces in the paragraphs. Other registers were arranged like ledgers with printed column headings and handwritten information inserted into the columns.

    All these records derive from Hampshire Archives and Local Studies in Winchester.


One Reply to “Ancestry Expands Hampshire Parish Records”

  1. Still waiting for them to move beyond 1921! My mum and her siblings were all baptized in Hampshire – it would be cool for her to see those parish register entries.

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