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By Niall Cullen | September 23, 2022

New parish records on Findmypast

We've added thousands more baptism, marriage and burial records this week.

Findmypast's collection of UK parish records is already the most extensive online, filled with resources you won't find on other websites. And now it's just gotten even bigger. This week, we've added thousands of new and exclusive baptism, marriage and burial records from the South of England, essential for unlocking the details behind the most important events in your ancestors' lives. Read on for all the details.

Hampshire Baptisms

We've added over 2,500 new baptism records from the parish of Selborne, Hampshire. These latest additions span from 1813-1940.

Map of Findmypast's parish records coverage

Findmypast's British parish records collection includes millions of records you won't find anywhere else online. View the map in detail.

Baptism records mark a milestone moment in your ancestor's life story. They reveal must-have details for growing your family tree including parents' names and birth years.

Hampshire Marriages

Found information about your ancestor's baptism in Selborne? Next, uncover their marriage record amongst thousands of new additions from the same parish.

Findmypast is home to a host of useful resources for anyone with Hampshire heritage, including unique Portsmouth collections you won't get anywhere else online.

Hampshire Burials

Selborne is a small village in East Hampshire, England. Was your relative laid to rest there? Find out by searching thousands of new burial records.

St. Mary's Church, Selborne, Hampshire

Dr Neil Clifton / St. Mary's Church, Selborne, Hampshire / CC BY-SA 2.0.

Illustrator Jane Sarah Roberts Bell was buried at St. Mary's Church in Selborne in 1873. Her intricate work on wildlife was published in titles including A Monograph of the Testudinata and Transactions of the Zoological Society of London.

The news never stops

Our newspaper archive continues to grow at a blistering pace with over 633,000 new pages, three new titles and updates to 23 papers this week. Check the lists below for all the latest releases and the years covered.

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Spotted a publication you'd like to peruse more closely? Simply visit our newspapers search and use the 'By Newspaper' filter to focus on the titles that matter to you.

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