We research, care for and share the archives of the parish of Barton Stacey, Hampshire.
Our next planned booklets
BARTON STACEY AND WORLD WAR II
To include the Army Camps, the service men and women, the railway halt, FIDO, the Home Guard/ ARP, and some aspects of village life during WW2.
THE REVD ULRIC ZWINGLIUS RULE
Rector of Barton Stacey (1892 - 1909)
& Old Testament Scholar
Revd Mark Bailey is currently researching the life of
Ulric Zwinglius Rule and hopes to produce a paper in
the foreseeable future. More details to follow.
Our next exhibition, when Covid permits
BARTON STACEY - MAPPING THE LAST 300 YEARS
300 years of maps - enclosure, tithe, estate, Ordnance Survey.
Our censuses - who lived where?
House histories - how we have traced them.
Growth of the village - Kings Elms, Roberts Road.
Our most recent booklets
A BRIEF HISTORY OF MAPS AND THE MAPPING OF BARTON STACEY PARISH.
THE MEDIEVAL LORDS OF THE MANOR
DEAN OF WINCHESTER, VICAR OF BARTON STACEY, DEMOSTHENES OF THE PULPIT
FAMILIES ADDED IN 2020
Davis; Dew; Farley; Gibbons; Turton.
This is now complete and an updated graveyard plan has been produced by Peter Wood. He has mapped and included the newer graves added since the first survey was made in 1971. Graveyard plan
Photographs of the lower churchyard gravestones have recently been added to findagrave.com by Test Valley Borough Council, who now care for that part of the graveyard.
We have produced a spreadsheet of the wills and administrations of people connected with Barton Stacey parish. Linda Moffatt is gradually transcribing these wills and placing links from the spreadsheet to the transcripts on this website.
There have been, of course, many more burials than there are gravestones/ memorials. Our Barton Stacey Burial Index should appear on this website soon; it has been severely delayed by Covid-19.