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Dr Latham’s Notes on Romsey – in Print After 200 Years

Physician Dr John Latham (1740-1837) retired to Romsey in 1795 to be near his son, a brewer with a chain of inns. For 20 years he immersed himself in the history of the town and its abbey, with a view to publication. He lived in a substantial house in Middlebridge

View ‘Tales from the Tower’ Talk by Dr Cheryl Butler

View Hampshire Archives Trust first on-line talk ‘Tales from the Tower’ by Dr Cheryl Butler, held on Tuesday 2 June at 7pm. Despite the talk being the first on line event put on by HAT it was rated very successful, and attended by some 34 HAT members and visitors. There

Archives Go Virtual

Whatever else the coronavirus crisis brings about, it will surely have changed the way in which all those who use archives do their business.

Introduction to the Trust

Introduction to the Trust

The Trust supports the preservation and conservation of Hampshire related archives, and promotes them for the benefit of the public and to advance wider knowledge and understanding of archives

Become a Member of Trust

Become a Member of Trust

Members get invites to exclusive events and reduced rates to other events, an invitation to the AGM and at least one other exclusive event during the year, members will receive two newsletters per year.

Local History Groups

Local History Groups

There is an insatiable interest amongst most people to know about the place they live in. This has spawned many groups that research local history, often with extensive archives.

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Make a Donation

Hampshire Archives Trust is an independent volunteer-run charity that preserves and celebrates Hampshire’s rich and diverse documented past. We need your donations to continue this work.