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local_library A History Of Southampton
A History of Southampton taken from the town records
Rev J Silvester Davies   1883   561
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A History Of Southampton

During a residence of several years in the immediate neighbourhood of Southampton free access to the Town Records was given me by the courtesy of the town authorities, of which I availed myself as opportunities offered.

Towards the close of 1877 it was suggested by the present publishers that I should undertake a history of the town, or at least, on obtaining permission, should edit the MS. of Dr. Speed's History among the Southampton Archives, continuing the work, and adding such matter as should bring it into conformity
with present knowledge.

local_library Hampshire Allegations For Marriage Licences, Winchester Vol 1
Marriage Licenses granted in the Winchester Diocese from 1689 to 1837 (A to L)
William J C Moens   1893   561
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Hampshire Allegations For Marriage Licences, Winchester Vol 1

Volume 1, Surnames A to L. Couples wishing to marry in England had to swear in an allegation that there were no impediments to the marriage when they applied for a marriage licence. The granting of the licence by the bishop of Winchester allowed the couple to marry in any parish within the diocese.

Marriage licences from 1604 were issued only by the ecclesiastical authorities which had jurisdiction over the parish where the marriage was to take place. Licences enabled couples to marry without publication or calling of banns in church. 

Licences could only be issued 'upon good caution and security taken'. Therefore anyone applying for a licence was required to enter into a bond with sureties which was usually filed with a marriage allegation.

local_library Hampshire Allegations For Marriage Licences, Winchester Vol 2
Marriage Licenses granted in the Winchester Diocese from 1689 to 1837 (M to Z)
William J C Moens   1893   456
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Hampshire Allegations For Marriage Licences, Winchester Vol 2

Volume 2, Surnames M to Z. Couples wishing to marry in England had to swear in an allegation that there were no impediments to the marriage when they applied for a marriage licence. The granting of the licence by the bishop of Winchester allowed the couple to marry in any parish within the diocese.

Marriage licences from 1604 were issued only by the ecclesiastical authorities which had jurisdiction over the parish where the marriage was to take place. Licences enabled couples to marry without publication or calling of banns in church. 

Licences could only be issued 'upon good caution and security taken'. Therefore anyone applying for a licence was required to enter into a bond with sureties which was usually filed with a marriage allegation.

local_library Historical Record Of The 67th South Hampshire Regiment
The 67th from 1758 (Foundation) to 1849.
Richard Cannon   1849   92
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Historical Record Of The 67th South Hampshire Regiment

An account of the original formation of the regiment in 1758. The Stations at which it has been from time to time employed. The Battles, Sieges, and other Military Operations in which it has been engaged, particularly specifying any Achievement it may have performed, and the Colours, Trophies it may have captured from the Enemy.

Appointments
Colonels by date
Uniforms
Stations
Campaigns

local_library Memoranda Of The Parishes Of Hursley And North Baddesley
Names, dates and events. Known local history from the 17th and 18th century.
John Marsh   1808   106
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Memoranda Of The Parishes Of Hursley And North Baddesley

The following Account of the Parish of Hursley, was drawn up nearly five years ago (1803) as an amusement without the most distant view to Publication, and certainly would never have appeared in its present form, but in compliance with the suggestion of a Friend much interested in the Parish, who earnestly recommended, and liberally encouraged, the printing of it.

The parish of Hursley lies in the hundred of Buddlesgate, and division of Fawley; and the villlage 'is situated on the turnpike-road leading from Winchester to Romsey, and nearly at an equal distance from each of those places.

The parish of North Baddesley lies in the hundred of Mainsbridge, and is situated at the distance of three miles, nearly east, from the town of Romsey. At the same distance to the South-west, from the village of Hursley, and at about six miles, nearly North, from the town of Southampton,

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