Hampshire Parishes - Southampton

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

SOUTHAMPTON All Saints (1653)
SOUTHAMPTON Holy Rood (1653)
SOUTHAMPTON St Lawrence & St John (1754)
SOUTHAMPTON St Mary (1675)
SOUTHAMPTON St Mary Extra (1671)
SOUTHAMPTON St Michael (1552)

SOUTHAMPTON Bitterne, Holy Saviour (1852)
SOUTHAMPTON Bitterne Park, All Hallows (nd)
SOUTHAMPTON Bitterne Park, Ascension (1899)
SOUTHAMPTON City Centre (none)
SOUTHAMPTON Freemantle, Christ Church (1856)
SOUTHAMPTON Highfield, Christ Church (1847)
SOUTHAMPTON Holy Trinity (1848)
SOUTHAMPTON Lords Hill, St Christopher (1969)
SOUTHAMPTON Maybush, St Hugh (1951)
SOUTHAMPTON Maybush, St Peter (1932)
SOUTHAMPTON Newtown, St Luke (1853)
SOUTHAMPTON Northam, St Augustine (1856)
SOUTHAMPTON Redbridge, All Saints (1956)
SOUTHAMPTON St Alban (1905)
SOUTHAMPTON St Barnabas (1892)
SOUTHAMPTON St Denys (1867)
SOUTHAMPTON St James (Docks) (1858)
SOUTHAMPTON St Mark (1889)
SOUTHAMPTON St Matthew (1868)
SOUTHAMPTON St Paul (None)
SOUTHAMPTON St Peter (1861)
SOUTHAMPTON Shirley, St James (1836)
SOUTHAMPTON Shirley, St John (1912)
SOUTHAMPTON Shirley Warren, St Jude (1952)
SOUTHAMPTON Sholing, St Mary (1866)
SOUTHAMPTON Sholing, St Francis (1950)
SOUTHAMPTON Thornhill, St Christopher (1960)
SOUTHAMPTON West End, St James (1840)
SOUTHAMPTON Weston, Holy Trinity (1865)
SOUTHAMPTON Woolston, St Mark (1864)

BASSETT
MILLBROOK
SOUTH STONEHAM
Southampton - from vrsouthampton
Southampton - Page 1 - Page 2 - from norman-world.com
A Brief History of Southampton - by Tim Lambert
Highfield and the Common

Southampton Mailing List
Southampton Showcase - an image bank of photographs and illustrations of the Southampton area
Southampton Town Walls and Castle
Southampton - from Portcities
Southampton Directories 1836, 1863, 1871, 1907, 1912-1913
- downloadable
Southampton City Centre Parish - St Mary and St Michael
Southampton St Mary
- photograph from SUGCR
Southampton St Mary Extra (Jesus Chapel)
Southampton St Mary Extra (Jesus Chapel)
- by Miss Doris Corps
Southampton St Mary Extra (Jesus Chapel) - photographs from Historic Churches Trust
Southampton St Michael - photograph from SUGCR
Southampton Holy Rood - photograph and description - from the National Monuments Record
Bitterne Holy Saviour - photograph from HGS
Bitterne Holy Saviour
- photographs from David Guillaume
Bitterne Park Parish - Ascension, All Hallows, Townhill Park
Bitterne Park Ascension - photograph from SUGCR
Christ Church Freemantle
Highfield Christ Church
Highfield Christ Church - Interior Tiling - from the Tiles and Architectural Ceramics Society
St Barnabas Lodge Road
- photograph from SUGCR
St Denys - main page - from the Dalbeattie Town History site
Shirley Parish - St James, St John
Sholing St Mary - photograph by David Hallett - from HGS
St Agnes - photograph from "Tin Tabernacles" - replaced by St Alban
St Alban, Burgess Road, Swaythling and South Stoneham St Mary
West End, St James

Woolston St Mark - photograph and description - from the National Monuments Record
Southampton City Centre Catholic Community - Parish of St Edmund and St Joseph
Lordswood St Vincent de Paul - Roman Catholic
Shirley St Boniface
- Roman Catholic
Woolston St Patrick - Roman Catholic
Southampton St Joseph - Roman Catholic - photograph and description - from the National Monuments Record
Central Baptist Church
Shirley Baptist Church
Thornhill Baptist Church

Avenue St Andrew's Independent/Presbyterian/United Reformed Church
Freemantle United Reformed Church
- formerly Independent/Congregational
Southampton Methodist Circuit
Bitterne Wesleyan Church - photograph from the John Rylands Library
Bitterne Park Wesleyan Church - photograph from Tin Tabernacles

Shirley Methodist Church - St James Road - formerly Wesleyan
Swaythling Methodist Church - formerly Wesleyan
Southampton St Julien - French Protestant - photograph and description - from the National Monuments Record
Southampton - Edmund Kell Unitarian Church
A Brief History of Unitarians in Southampton 1801-1937 - unframed version
Southampton - New Testament Church of God - in former Primitive Methodist Chapel, Ivy Road, St Denys
Above Bar Evangelical Church
Southampton Christian Fellowship - in the former church of St Augustine, Northam
Millbrook Christian Centre
Southampton St Nicholas (Greek Orthodox)
South Hampshire Reform Jewish Community, Southampton
Southampton St Mary - Baptisms 1675-1837 - Marriages 1653-1812 plus Banns to 1837 - by Sandra Smith 
Southampton Cemeteries
Southampton Hill Lane Cemetery - photographs from UK Graves - Set 1 - Set 2 - Set 3
Southampton Hollybrook Cemetery - photographs from UK Graves
Bitterne Local History Society
Portswood and Swaythling Local History and Nostalgia
West End Local History Society
Southampton Maps - from Southampton City Council
Map of Southampton - 1791 - from Bitterne Local History Society
Map of Southampton - 1893 George W. Bacon 'Atlas of the British Isles' - from Beach Antique Maps
Southampton Map 1910 - from Generations Press
South Stoneham Tithe Map 1845 - the part which became West End Civil Parish
Southampton Incorporation and Workhouse - from the Workhouse site (Peter Higginbotham)
Southampton Workhouse - from the Rossbret website
Southampton Workhouse - from Southampton City College
South Stoneham Poor Law Union and Workhouse - from the Workhouse site (Peter Higginbotham)
South Stoneham Union Workhouse - from the Rossbret website
Royal South Hampshire Infirmary - from the Rossbret website
Southampton photographs - by Ian Britton - from FreeFoto.com - Set 1 - Set 2

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