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French Napoleonic prisoners of war were sent to the parole town of Alresford. Here are 5 graves dating between 1810 and 1812 of 4 soldiers and one for the wife of an officer who died in the small market town.

French Napoleonic prisoners of war were sent to the parole town of Alresford. Here are 5 graves dating between 1810 and 1812 of 4 soldiers and one for the wife of an officer who died in the small market town.

busy shipbuilding centre, the Isle of Wight was also the starting point for an innovative oil pipeline (PLUTO - Pipeline Under the Ocean) tr...D-Day preparations

busy shipbuilding centre, the Isle of Wight was also the starting point for an innovative oil pipeline (PLUTO - Pipeline Under the Ocean) tr.D-Day preparations

Portsmouth WEA Local History Books - HGS-familyhistory.com

Portsmouth WEA Local History Books - HGS-familyhistory.com

3 juin 1944, les derniers préparatifs de l’invasion en Normandie. Churchill est en conversation avec le général de Gaulle et Eisenhower dans le parc de Southwick House, Portsmouth (England).

General de Gaulle in conversation with Churchill and Eisenhower in the grounds of Southwick House, probably on 3 or 4 June Other members of staff can be seen in the background.

Rupert Younger and band, the new youngest ever High Sheriff of Hampshire, and that has a long history?

Bass guitarist, businessman, dad and community champion. Meet the multi-talented man who has just been sworn in as one of Hampshire’s youngest ever High Sheriffs

Second Lieutenant P S Joyce WWI archives in hampshire

World War I correspondence displayed

Rare World War I correspondence is displayed at a Hampshire museum for the first time.

Lepe Exbury and the mouth of the Beaulieu River early 19th century map, more intriguing connections to follow

Lepe Exbury and the mouth of the Beaulieu River early 19th century map, more intriguing connections to follow

Paulet

Paulet Crest and their interests and involvement in the history of the County of Hampshire in the UK.

St John Street, Winchester, Hampshire

St John Street, Winchester, Hampshire

Sec-Lieut. Frank Seely. 1st Bn. Hampshire Regt. (6.1897) Educated Harrow. KIA 13.4.1917 at Arras, aged 20. Buried Haute-Avesnes British Cemetery. Grave Ref: C. 14. Son of Maj. Gen. the Rt. Hon. J. E. B. 'Galloper Jack' Seely & Mrs. Seely, of Brooke House, Isle of Wight. A shy, dreamy boy, he wrote to his father: ‘Dear Daddy, I hope you will not mind, but I thought I should not remain at home, while other people are being shot, so I arranged to go to Sandhurst ...'

Sec-Lieut. Frank Seely. 1st Bn. Hampshire Regt. (6.1897) Educated Harrow. KIA 13.4.1917 at Arras, aged 20. Buried Haute-Avesnes British Cemetery. Grave Ref: C. 14. Son of Maj. Gen. the Rt. Hon. J. E. B. 'Galloper Jack' Seely & Mrs. Seely, of Brooke House, Isle of Wight. A shy, dreamy boy, he wrote to his father: ‘Dear Daddy, I hope you will not mind, but I thought I should not remain at home, while other people are being shot, so I arranged to go to Sandhurst ...'

Copp Heroes Hayling Island

Copp Heroes Hayling Island

Hampshire History's Picture Gallery

The Norman churches in Hampshire are majestic creations with an improved style of architecture that enabled the arches to become bigger and wider.

As well as Jane Austen what was in Hampshire's Jane Austen's Will ? More released on WILLs and Probate section of Ancestry.co.uk

Wills from way back: 1m probate records go online

Wills from way back: probate records go online

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