NORTH EAST HAMPSHIRE MONUMENTAL INSCRIPTION INDEX

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A Master Index to MIs in 32 Churchyards, 24 Churches, and 1 Cemetery

Introduction
The purpose of this compilation is to provide a master index to some of the monumental inscriptions of North East Hampshire. For each surname, a list of parish codes is given, indicating the MI transcripts in which the surname occurs. The contents list translates each code into a full transcript reference. Copies of most transcripts are held by the Hampshire Record Office, the Hampshire Genealogical Society, and the Society of Genealogists. The Hampshire Genealogical Society offers a look-up service for society members.

In addition to recently recorded monumental inscriptions, the index includes some church MIs from the series of church notes printed in Collectanea Topographica et Genealogica volumes 7 and 8 (1841,1843). Names occurring in the supplementary biographical notes in these volumes have also been indexed.

Compound Surnames, Surnames used as Forenames
Compound (hyphenated) surnames are indexed under all elements of the surname. Surnames used as forenames are indexed with the parish code enclosed in brackets. In many cases, surnames used as forenames are not included in the indexes to individual transcripts, but an attempt has been made to search all transcripts for any occurrences and include them in this master index.

Coverage of the Index
This edition of the index includes 32 churchyards situated in 25 ancient parishes and 6 modern parishes. The main omissions in the immediate area are:

Ancient Parishes: Crondall, Eversley, Hartley Wintney, Long Sutton, South Warnborough, Upton Grey, Yateley
Modern Parishes: Cove, Crookham, Ewshot, Fleet (part recorded)

There is a separate index for Long Sutton.

© Alan McGowan 2000.
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