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Hampshire Family History Centre - update on resources available at Research Centre in Cosham.

Author: Lynn Eaton Published: 25th March 2012 18:59

 Material available at Family History Centre Research Centre in Cosham

Since my last article, there has been an update to the resources available at the Family History Research Centre of  The Hampshire Genealogical Society.

Click here to read my previous article about The Hampshire Genealogical Society

Material presently available for research at Cosham HGS Research Cente includes:

  •  Baptism Index 1752-1741 Complete C of E for the County
  •  Baptism Index 1538-1751, 1842-1874 Incomplete, ongoing project
  •  Marriage Index 1538-1837 Complete
  •  Burial Index 1400-1841 Complete
  •  Parish registers on microfiche Incomplete
  •  Census returns 1841-1901 on CD
  •  Monumental Inscriptions
  •  Wills Beneficiary Index
  •  Settlement/Removal Index
  •  Land Tax Indexes
  •  Hampshire Family Historian Journal with Surname Index
  •  Hampshire Militia Muster Rolls
  •  Hampshire Directories mainly Kelly's


  •  Find My Past access online

  •  FFHS Burial Index 3rd Edition
  •  INTERNET ACCESS with volunteers on hand to assist and advise.

Other printed material includes articles and information on Hampshire parishes as well as general reference and guidance books produced by The Society of Genealogists, The Federation of Family History Societies, and others.


The Hampshire Genealogical Society

The Hampshire Genealogical Society was founded in 1973 with the aim of encouraging family history research. The HGS is affiliated to the Federation of Family History Societies and has nearly 4,000 members worldwide. A quarterly journal, The Hampshire Family Historian, is published by the Society in June, September, December and March, which all members receive.

In September 2011 HGS office relocated to premises in Cosham. The Research centre room was made available to the public in October 2011.

The research centre is open on Tuesdays and Thursdays: 09:30 - 12:30 and 13:30 - 16:30 Please call first to make an appointment 023 92 7000

HGS publishes a variety of family history publications click here for details



Contact Details:


(please supply a self addressed stamped envelope)

Telephone (023) 92 87000

Email: research@hgs-online.org.uk

The Hampshire Genealogical Society is registered as a UK Charity No. 284744

Map of New Premises in Cosham

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