Barton Stacey History Group

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We research, care for and share the archives of the parish of Barton Stacey, Hampshire.


RECORDING THE CHURCHYARD

OF ALL SAINTS’, BARTON STACEY


This project is nearing completion.


Our wonderful volunteers have finished taking their photographs and recording the wording on the stones.

We have made good progress in copying the burial register.


It now remains to build up the index and make all this work available.



BARTON STACEY REMEMBERS

Centenary of the Armistice 1918


Saturday 10 November 2018

Access to our talks will follow soon.


BARTON STACEY SCHOOL


The History Group has been working with the

staff and children this year to help them

with their project

celebrating 60 years of the school building at The Green.


Our job - with your help - will be to provide the children with memories, photos, etc.

Many thanks for all the contributions made so far.




ARCHAEOLOGICAL DIG

A team of archaeologists, aided by volunteers

from the community, was in the village from

19th August 2018 for two weeks, looking for our

medieval manor complex.


More information will be posted here in due

course.

Congratulations to Stuart Rippon for coordinating

this project with Winchester Archaeological

Research Group.








Open Day

    

   BARTON STACEY HOUSES workshop

This will take place in the Spring of 2019.


There will be a display of the resources we have

to help explore the history of Barton Stacey houses.


Content:

Maps 18th-20th century.

Censuses 1841-1939.

Houses we have already researched, see what can be discovered.

Help with interpreting documents you have.


Although we will focus on helping those wishing to research a house(s) in Barton Stacey parish, the maps and censuses are of general interest and all are welcome.


Learn how to uncover the history and secrets of your home through online resources and archival material found at Hampshire Archives, including maps, photographs, building plans, census records and much more.


If you decide to research a house in Barton Stacey, the History Group will be glad to provide on-going support and guidance where you need it. To read the house histories we have already prepared click here.

We would be happy to add others.



The Very Revd. Thomas Rennell DD


Dean of Winchester 1805–1840

Rector of Barton Stacey 1790-1792, 1814–1840


Rev. Mark Bailey is currently researching the life of Thomas Rennell and hopes to produce a paper in the foreseeable future. More details to follow.



TWO NEW BOOKLETS !


Barton Stacey & World War I Pt 2, Barton Stacey Servicemen of the Great War.


The Revd Stephen Bachiler, Notorious Inconformist of Newton Stacey.