Isle of Wight Parishes - A-E

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

ARRETON (1653)
Arreton - from Isle of Wight Cam
Arreton - from Genuki
Arreton Manor
ASHEY (1922)
BARTON (1844)
Barton St Paul
BEMBRIDGE (1827)
Bembridge
Bembridge - from Isle of Wight Cam
Bembridge - from Genuki
Bembridge Holy Trinity

Bembridge Holy Trinity - photograph from The Forelands site
Bembridge Postcards - from Bartie's Website
The History of Bembridge Isle
BINSTEAD (1708)
Binstead - from Isle of Wight Cam
Binstead - from Genuki
Quarr Abbey
- in the parish of Binstead
Quarr Abbey - photographs by Mark Collins from the Roughwood British Churches Album
St Mary's Priory - adjacent to Quarr Abbey ruins - from IOW Industrial Archaeology Society
BONCHURCH (1734)
Bonchurch - from Isle of Wight Cam
Bonchurch - from Genuki
Bonchurch - The Churches of St Boniface
Bonchurch Old Church - 1870 print from Artframes
Bonchurch Old Church - c1907 print from Artframes
Bonchurch Old Church - photograph from the Elcombe site
Bonchurch Old Church - from Tigereye's Isle of Wight
Bonchurch Old Church - photograph from the Ventnor site
Bonchurch St Boniface - photograph by Martin Skeffington - from Richard's Church Albums
Bonchurch St Boniface - photograph and description - from the National Monuments Record
Bonchurch Postcards - from Bartie's Website
BRADING (1547)
Brading
Brading - from Isle of Wight Cam
Brading - from Genuki
Brading St Mary the Virgin -1860 print from Artframes
Brading Photographs - from Dave Parker's Isle of Wight Nostalgia
Brading Postcards - from Bartie's Website
Brading Marriages 1547-1812 from Phillimore Vol 12 - Index downloadable from Genuki
BRIGHSTONE (1644)
Brighstone - from Isle of Wight Cam
Brighstone - from Genuki
Brighstone St Mary the Virgin
Brighstone St Mary the Virgin - from the Isle of Wight Index
Brighstone St Mary The Virgin
- photograph by Mark Collins from the Roughwood British Churches Album
Brighstone Photographs - from Dave Parker's Isle of Wight Nostalgia
BROOK (1653)
Brook - from Isle of Wight Cam
Brook - from Genuki
Brook St Mary
CALBOURNE (1559)
Calbourne - from Isle of Wight Cam
Calbourne - from Genuki
Calbourne All Saints - photograph and description - from the National Monuments Record
Porchfield - within the parish of Calbourne
Porchfield Congregational Chapel
- photograph from Isle of Wight Family History Society
Calbourne Marriages 1559-1812 from Phillimore Vol 12 - Index downloadable from Genuki
CARISBROOKE St Mary (1572)
CARISBROOKE St Nicholas (1723)
CARISBROOKE St John the Baptist (1837)
Carisbrooke

Carisbrooke - from Isle of Wight Cam
Carisbrooke - from Genuki
Carisbrooke Castle - by Claudette Holden
Carisbrooke Castle - from the Isle of Wight Index - another view
Carisbrooke Castle Museum

Isle of Wight Incorporation and House of Industry - from the Workhouse site (Peter Higginbotham)
Carisbrooke House of Industry - Workhouse for the Isle of Wight - from the Rossbret website
Carisbrooke St John the Baptist - now Newport St John the Baptist
St Nicholas Chapel, Carisbrooke Castle
- photograph by Mark Collins from the Roughwood British Churches Album
St Nicholas Chapel, Carisbrooke Castle
Carisbrooke Postcards - from Bartie's Website
CHALE St Andrew (1679)
CHALE Christ Church, Blackgang (nd)
Chale
Chale - from Isle of Wight Cam
Chale St Andrew
Christ Church, Blackgang - photograph from Tin Tabernacles
Blackgang - from Isle of Wight Cam
Chale St Andrew - photograph and description - from the National Monuments Record
COWES St Mary the Virgin (1679) - parish formerly known as West Cowes
COWES Holy Trinity (1833)
COWES St Faith (1927)
Cowes

Cowes - from Isle of Wight Cam
West Cowes - from Genuki
Cowes St Faith
Cowes Photographs - from Dave Parker's Isle of Wight Nostalgia
Cowes Postcards - from Bartie's Website
EAST COWES (1834)
East Cowes - from Genuki
East Cowes St James - photograph and description - from the National Monuments Record

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