FULL TITLE:  Alton Union - Workhouse Births 1866-1915 and Deaths 1849-1915.

A transcription of the surviving birth and death registers for the Alton Poor Law Union.  The Alton Poor Law Union was formed on 2nd April 1835 and initially comprised the parishes of Alton, Bentworth, Binstead, Chawton, East Tisted, East Worldham, Farringdon, Froyle, Hartley Mauditt, Holybourne, Lasham, Medstead, Newton Valence, Selborne, Shalden, West Worldham and Wield [all Hampshire].  Bentley [Hampshire] was added in May 1835 and Headley and Kingsley [both Hampshire] in December 1858.

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FULL TITLE:  Andover Wesleyan Methodist Circuit - Baptisms 1815-1915: Members 1820 & 1840.

In 1820 the Andover Wesleyan Circuit had places of worship at Andover, Hurstbourne, Lower Wallop, Overton, Thruxton, Vernham, Wherwell, Whitchurch and Wildhern [Hampshire] and at Chute, Collingbourne and Laverstock [Wiltshire].  The 1848/9 Preaching Schedule includes St. Mary Bourne [Hampshire] and that of December 1890 includes Clanville, Dunley and Longparish [all Hampshire].

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FULL TITLE:  Hartley Wintney Union - Workhouse Births and Deaths 1868-1914.

A transcription of the surviving birth and death registers for the Hartley Wintney Poor Law Union.  The Hartley Wintney Poor Law Union was formed on 8th April 1835 and initially comprised the parishes of Crondall (including Fleet and the tythings of Crookham and Ewshott), Dogmersfield, Elvetham, Eversley (with the tything of Bramshill), Greywell, Hartley Wintney, Heckfield (with the tythings of Mattingley and Hazely Heath), Odiham, Rotherwick, South Warnborough and Winchfield [all Hampshire].  The parishes of Farnborough, Long Sutton and Yateley (with the tythings of Cove, Hawley and Minley) [all Hampshire] were added on 5th May 1869 when the adjacent Farnborough Gilbert Union was dissolved.  

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FULL TITLE:  Kingsclere Union - Workhouse Births and Deaths 1866-1913.

A transcription of the surviving birth and death registers for the Kingsclere Poor Law Union.  The Kingsclere Poor Law Union was formed on 3rd June 1835 and initially comprised the parishes of Ashmansworth, Baughurst, Burghclere, Crux Easton, East Woodhay, Ecchinswell, Ewhurst, Hannington, Highclere, Kingsclere, Litchfield, Sydmonton, Tadley, Wolverton and Woodcott [all Hampshire].  Newtown [Hampshire] was added in 1894. 

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FULL TITLE:  Newbury Primitive Methodist Circuit - Volume One - Baptisms 1831-1874.

The Newbury Primitive Methodist Circuit, originally named Shefford Circuit, was formed in 1831 and covered a large area of West Berkshire and North Hampshire.  This area was reduced in 1869 by the creation of a separate Hungerford Circuit.  This booklet contains a transcription of the entries found in the Circuit Baptisms Registers for the period 1831 to 1874, including residents of Beedon, Boxford, Chaddleworth, Chieveley, Cold Ash, Compton, Eastbury, Hampstead Norreys, Hungerford, Lambourn, Leckhamstead, Newbury, Peasemore, Shefford, Thatcham and Winterbourne [all Berkshire], Ashford Hill, Burghclere, East Woodhay, Ecchinswell, Kingsclere and Plastow Green [all Hampshire] and Aldbourne, Little Bedwin, Ramsbury and Shalbourn [all Wiltshire].  

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FULL TITLE:  Newbury Wesleyan Methodist Circuit - Baptisms 1796-1852.

The Newbury Wesleyan Methodist Circuit was formed in 1796.  The Circuit Plan of 1854/5 gives place of worship at Boxford, Brightwalton, Chaddleworth, Chieveley, East Ilsley, Halfway, Hampstead Norris, Inkpen, Kintbury, Leckhampstead, Newbury, Shefford, Stockcross, Thatcham, Winterbourne and Worlds End [all Berkshire] and at Ashford Hill, Baughurst, East Woodhay, Faccombe and Kingsclere [all Hampshire].  This volume contains a transcription of the baptismal entries found in the circuit registers for the period 1796 to 1852 inclusive. 

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FULL TITLE:  Newbury Wesleyan Methodist Circuit Historic Roll 1899-1904.

The Wesleyan Methodist Historic Roll contains the names and addresses of members who donated a guinea each to the Wesleyan Methodist Million Guinea Fund between the years 1899 and 1904.  Also listed are those loved ones who had either died or moved away and for whom members made additional donations 'In Memoriam'.  This booklet contains a transcription of the pages within the Historic Roll relating to the Newbury Circuit, which included places of worship at Boxford, Brightwalton, Chaddleworth, Chieveley, Hampstead Norris, Inkpen, Kintbury, Newbury, Shefford, Thatcham and Worlds End [all Berkshire], Kingsclere and Stockcross [both Hampshire] and at Woodhay [Berkshire and Hampshire].

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FULL TITLE:  Reading & District Congregationalists - Baptisms, Marriages and Burials.

This booklet contains entries from the registers of some churches or chapels in Reading, Berkshire and the surrounding area which, at some point in time, were used for Congregational or Independent worship.  Included are baptisms 1820 to 1829 from Ebenezer Independent Chapel, Oxford Road, Reading; baptisms 1821 to 1824 from London Street Independent Chapel, Reading; baptisms, marriages and burials 1857 to 1862 from Castle Street Congregational Chapel, Reading; baptisms 1865 to 1875 and 1889 to 1895 and marriages 1867 to 1872 from Hosier Street Congregational Chapel, Reading; baptisms 1898 to 1901 and marriages 1898 from St. Paul's Presbyterian Chapel, York Road, Reading; baptisms 1829 to 1836 and burials 1836 from Pangbourne Independent or Congregational Chapel; baptisms 1759 to 1836 from Arborfield Independent or Congregational Chapel and baptisms 1806 to 1837 from Stratfield Mortimer Independent Chapel.  The registers of this last chapel contain many entries from the surrounding area including Aldermaston, Brimpton, Padworth and Ufton [all Berkshire] and Monk Sherborne, Pamber, Sherborne St. John, Silchester and Tadley [all Hampshire].  

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FULL TITLE:  Silchester Primitive Methodist Circuit - Baptisms 1844-1889.

The Silchester Primitive Methodist Circuit comprised an area based on the Hampshire town of Silchester, eight miles north of Basingstoke on the county boundary with Berkshire.  The 1873 Chapel Schedule returns for the Circuit show chapels at Baughurst (built 1872), Charter Alley (erected 1852), Hannington (1871), Little London (1867), Silchester (1839), Tadley (1859), Wolverton Common (1867) and Wootton St. Lawrence (1870) [all Hampshire] and at Mortimer (1867) [Berkshire]. 

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FULL TITLE:  Southwark Police Court Petty Sessions - Bastardy Cases 1844-1858.

A transcription of the annual bastardy returns from Southwark Police Court Petty Sessions deposited with the Surrey Quarter Sessions.  Each return gives the names of the mothers of bastard children applying, date of issue of summons, date of Petty Sessions hearing, result of the application and the names of the putative fathers in all cases in which orders are made.

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FULL TITLE:  Wandsworth Division Petty Sessions - Bastardy Cases 1844-1857.

A transcription of the annual bastardy returns from Wandsworth Division Petty Sessions deposited with the Surrey Quarter Sessions.  Each return gives the names of the mothers of bastard children applying, date of issue of summons, date of Petty Sessions hearing, result of the application and the names of the putative fathers in all cases in which orders are made.

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FULL TITLE:  Great Foster House Lunatic Asylum, Egham - Inmates 1774-1851.

This booklet contains extracts from the Visitors Books and the Patient Admission Book in which entries pertinent to Great Foster House are recorded in the period 1774 to 1851, noting admissions, discharges, deaths and various comments regarding conditions in the institution.

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FULL TITLE:  Windsor Union - Workhouse Deaths 1835-48 and 1867-88 and Paupers' Service Book 1877-1914.

This booklet contains a transcription of three records relating to the Windsor Union held at Berkshire Record Office - Register of Deaths for 1835-1848 and 1867-1888 and a Paupers' Service Book 1877-1914.  Each entry in the Register of Deaths includes the date of death, name and age of the deceased, the parish to which he/she belonged, when and where buried and by whom and at whose expense.  The Paupers' Service Book is a register of children placed in work or training between 1877 and 1914.  The children, both boys and girls, were aged between eight and nineteen years.  Although the majority of the children were engaged to serve local tradesmen and farmers some of the boys were placed on naval training ships, in military service or sent to serve the owners of fishing smacks in Great Grimsby and elsewhere.  Between 1890 and 1906 around twenty children were sent to Canada.  The Windsor Poor Law Union was formed on 7 September 1835 and initially comprised the parishes of Clewer, New Windsor with Dedworth, Old Windsor and Sunninghill [all Berkshire] and Egham and Thorpe [both Surrey].

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