Hampshire Parishes - C

Parish register start dates are shown unless unknown (nd). Few maps are listed here - refer to the separate Maps page

CALMORE (1977)
Calmore
Calmore St Anne
CANDOVER VALLEY (nd)
CATHERINGTON (1602)
Catherington All Saints - by John Symonds
Catherington All Saints - photographs from HGS
Catherington All Saints
- photograph by John Owen Smith
Catherington All Saints - from Horndean.net
Catherington Union and Workhouse - from the Workhouse site (Peter Higginbotham)
Catherington Workhouse - from the Rossbret website
Catherington - photographs from ArtServe
Catherington - Church Memorial - photograph from the MGF site
Horndean - within Catherington parish
Lovedean
- photographs
CHALTON (1538)
Blendworth, Chalton, and Idsworth
Chalton St Michael & All Angels - photograph by Sandy Saunders - from The Walk Zone
Chalton St Michael & All Angels
- photograph by John Owen Smith
Chalton St Michael & All Angels - photographs by Bob Lane from Jeff Pyle's site
Chalton Marriages and Marriage Licences - by Lesley Potter - Chalton entries also occur in Buriton Marriage Licences
CHANDLERS FORD St Boniface (1898)
CHANDLERS FORD St Martin (1960)
Chandlers Ford Local History - from Chandlers Ford Online
Chandlers Ford Parish
Chandlers Ford St Edward the Confessor
- with Eastleigh Holy Cross and Fair Oak St Swithum - Roman Catholic
Chandlers Ford Methodist Church
Chandlers Ford Velmore Chapel
Index to Burials in Eastleigh Area Cemeteries - Eastleigh, Bishopstoke, Chandlers Ford (Pine Road and Ramalley)
CHARLTON (1968)
Charlton St Thomas
Charlton St Thomas - by Michael Ford
Charlton St Thomas - photograph from Andover Town Central
CHAWTON (1596)
Chawton St Nicholas
Chawton St Nicholas
- photograph by John Owen Smith
Chawton St Nicholas - photographs from UK Graves
Chawton St Nicholas - from the Jane Austen Society
Chawton St Nicholas - photographs from Astoft
Chawton House - photographs from Astoft
Chawton House Library

Jane Austen's House - photograph from ALS
Chawton Burials 1813-1850 - by Knightroots
Chawton 1891 Census - from FreeCen
CHERITON (1557)
Cheriton St Michael & All Angels - by John Symonds
Cheriton St Michael & All Angels - photographs by Roy Montgomery - from HGS
Cheriton St Michael & All Angels - photograph by Hilary Scott - from Richard's Church Albums
Cheriton St Michael & All Angels - photographs from Astoft
Cheriton 1891 Census - from FreeCen
CHILBOLTON (1699)
Chilbolton
Chilbolton St Mary the Less - by Michael Ford
Chilbolton St Mary the Less - photographs from Astoft
CHILCOMB (1556)
Chilcomb St Andrew - by John Symonds
Chilcomb St Andrew - photographs from Astoft
CHILTON CANDOVER (1672)
Chilton Candover St Nicholas (demolished 1878)
Chilton Candover 1891 Census - from FreeCen
North Hampshire Tithe Map Project - by Gerry Dutton
CHILWORTH (1721)
Parish of Chilworth and North Baddesley
Chilworth St Denys - by Michael Ford
Chilworth St Denys
- photograph from Historic Churches Trust
Chilworth St Denys - photograph and description - from the National Monuments Record
CHINEHAM (1987)
Chineham Christ Church
CHRISTCHURCH Priory (1576)
CHRISTCHURCH All Saints, Mudeford (1891)
CHRISTCHURCH St George, Stourvale (1945)
CHRISTCHURCH St John (Mission Church) (nd)
CHRISTCHURCH St Mary, Somerford (1979)
Christchurch was transferred from Hampshire to Dorset in 1974
A Brief History of Christcurch - by Tim Lambert
Christchurch
Christchurch - from Ancestral Echoes
Christchurch
- from Highcliffe Village site
Christchurch Priory
Christchurch Priory
- by Michael Day
Christchurch Priory - photographs from Adrienne Richards' site
Christchurch Priory, Castle, Hall - Page 1 - Page 2 - from norman-world.com
Christchurch All Saints Mudeford
Christchurch St George Stourvale
Christchurch St John
Christchurch High Cross Church - Anglican and United Reformed - replaced St Mary Somerford
Christchurch Elim Church - formerly Millhams Street Independent/Congregational Church
Christchurch Union Workhouse - from the Workhouse site (Peter Higginbotham)
Christchurch Union Workhouse - from the Rossbret website
Christchurch and Bournemouth Workhouse - by Sue Newman
Christchurch photographs
- by Ian Britton - from FreeFoto.com
Christchurch Live - photographs
Christchurch Local History Society
CHURCH OAKLEY (1559)
Oakley Village - includes East Oakley St John
Oakley with Wootton Parish
Church Oakley St Leonard
- photograph by Stephen Wassell
Church Oakley St Leonard - photograph by Hilary Scott - from Richard's Church Albums
Oakley Methodist Church (East Oakley within Wootton St Lawrence) - formerly Primitive Methodist
Church Oakley Marriages 1565-1812 from Phillimore Vol 3 - Index downloadable from Genuki
North Hampshire Tithe Map Project - by Gerry Dutton
CLANFIELD (1548)
Clanfield - a Brief Profile
Clanfield St James - photographs from HGS
Clanfield St James
- photograph by John Owen Smith
Clanfield St James - photographs by Bob Lane from Jeff Pyle's site
Clanfield St James -
from Horndean.net
Clanfield Marriages **** and Burials 1813-1881 - by Lesley Potter
CLIDDESDEN (1636)
Cliddesden
Cliddesden Marriages 1636-1812 from Phillimore Vol 1 - Index downloadable from Genuki
North East Hampshire Monumental Inscription Index - includes Cliddesden Church and Churchyard
North Hampshire Tithe Map Project - by Gerry Dutton
COLBURY (1872)
Colbury Christ Church
Colbury Christ Church - photograph from "the WWWsite"
Colbury Christ Church - photograph and description - from the National Monuments Record
New Forest Union Workhouse, Ashurst - in the parish of Colbury - from the Workhouse site (Peter Higginbotham)
New Forest Union Workhouse, Ashurst
- in the parish of Colbury - photographs from the Rossbret website
COLDEN COMMON (1844)
Colden Common
Colden Common Holy Trinity
- photographs from David Guillaume
Colden Common 1891 Census - from FreeCen
COLMER (1563)
The village is called Colemore, but the name of the ecclesiastical parish is Colmer
Colmer St Peter ad Vincula - by John Symonds
Colemore St Peter ad Vincula
- photograph by John Owen Smith
Colemore Church History
Colemore Parish Registers - transcribed by Colin Pink
Colemore 1841 Census - by Colin Green - possibly not yet complete
Colemore 1891 Census - from FreeCen
COMBE (1560)
Transferred from Hampshire to Berkshire in 1895
Combe St Swithun - by David Nash Ford
Combe St Swithun
- photographs from UK Graves
Combe Marriages 1560-1812 from Phillimore Vol 2 - Index downloadable from Genuki
Combe Parish Register
- Bap 1560-1871, Mar 1560-1985, Bn 1755-1966, Bur 1560-1871 - CD or fiche from Berks FHS
COMPTON (1678)
Compton and Shawford
Compton All Saints
- photographs from Historic Churches Trust
Compton 1891 Census - from FreeCen
COPYTHORNE St Mary(1834)
COPYTHORNE Bartley Mission Church (nd)
Bartley Tin Church
CORHAMPTON (1665)
Corhampton Church - by John Symonds
Corhampton Church - photographs by Roger Smith - from HGS
Corhampton Church - photograph from the MGF site
Corhampton Church -photographs from Astoft
Corhampton - photographs from ArtServe
Corhampton Marriages 1813-1836 - by Linda Knight
Corhampton Burials 1814-1925 - by Linda Knight
Corhampton 1891 Census - from FreeCen
COSHAM (1936)
Cosham St Philip
Cosham St Philip - photograph
Cosham St.Colman - with Paulsgrove St Paul (Roman Catholic)
Cosham St Colman - photograph from HGS
Cosham St Colman - photograph
Cosham St Paul - photograph
Cosham Baptist Church
Cosham Baptist Church - photograph by John Collyer - from HGS
Cosham Baptist Church
- photograph
Cosham United Reformed Church - formerly Independent/Congregational
Cosham United Reformed Church
- photograph
Cosham Church of the Nazarene - photograph
COVE St John (1844)
COVE St Christopher (1935)
COVE St Stephen (1965)
COVE RAF Farnborough (1935)
Parish of Cove - St John and St Christopher
Cove Chapel-of-Ease - photograph from Tin Tabernacles

Cove Baptist Church
Cove Methodist Church
Farnborough, Cove, and Hawley Churches - from The Triangle
Farnborough and Cove Churches - from Infarnborough
Cove St Christopher - photograph and description - from the National Monuments Record
COWPLAIN St Wilfrid (1928)
COWPLAIN Hartplain Church (1968)
Cowplain St Wilfrid
CRAMPMOOR - See ROMSEY
CRAWLEY (1649)
Crawley, Littleton, and Sparsholt
Crawley - photographs from Hampshire Cam
Crawley St Mary - photograph by Pete Harlow
Crawley Marriages 1675-1811 from Phillimore Vol 11 - Index downloadable from Genuki
CROFTON (1838)
Crofton Marriages 1871-1907 - by Linda & Tony Knight
Stubbington Holy Rood - in Crofton parish
Stubbington - in Crofton parish - from the Fareham Borough Council site
Stubbington Methodist Church - formerly Wesleyan - slow photograph download
1635 Militia Muster List for Portsdown and Titchfield Hundreds - extracts - includes Crofton
Southwick Priory and Stubbington Manorial Accounts
CRONDALL (1569)
Crondall All Saints - photographs from Astoft
Crondall All Saints - photographs by Peter Johnson - from HGS
Crondall All Saints
- photograph from Guildford Diocesan Guild of Church Bell Ringers
Crondall All Saints - photograph from the Voci Cantanti site
Crondall All Saints
- photograph by John Owen Smith
Crondall Union Workhouse School (Farnham & Hartley Wintney School District) - from the Workhouse site
Crondall All Saints and Crondall Independent Chapel - photographs/descriptions - from the National Monuments Record
Crondall marriages 1576-1812 in Phillimore Vol 4 - Index downloadable from Genuki
CROOKHAM Christ Church (1842)
CROOKHAM St Luke (1920)
Crookham Christ Church
Crookham Christ Church - photograph and description - from the National Monuments Record
Crookham Holy Trinity - Roman Catholic
Crookham Churches
- Christ Church, Holy Trinity (Roman Catholic), Baptist
Church Crookham Baptist Church
Fleet - includes the history of Fleet, Crookham, and Ewshot
Fleet and Crookham Local History Group
CROOKHORN (1978)
Crookhorn - Church of the Good Shepherd
Crookhorn The Good Shepherd - photograph from the "Ship of Fools" site
CRUX EASTON (1737)
Crux Easton - from North Hampshire Villages - page incomplete
Crux Easton St Michael & All Angels - photograph and description - from the National Monuments Record
North Hampshire Tithe Map Project - by Gerry Dutton
CURDRIDGE (1835)
Botley and Curdridge Local History Society

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