Fareham (St Peter & St Paul), Hampshire
LocationFareham is situated on the shore of an inlet of the sea forming the north-western branch of Portsmouth Harbour. For additional information please see A History of the County of Hampshire: Volume 3 at British History Online.
Parish ChurchThe ancient Parish (CofE) Church of St Peter and St Paul, Fareham can be found here on Google Street View.
Parish RegistersA History of the County of Hampshire: Volume 3 (pub 1908) indicates a number of early registers as follows -
The register books are as follows; i, 1558–1634; ii, 1634–90, with at the end a list of briefs, 1663–7; iii, 1690–1743; iv, 1743–92, the marriages ceasing at 1753; v, baptisms and burials 1792–1812; vi–ix, marriages, 1754–1812
Adjacent (pre 1832) ParishesTo the north east of Fareham is a detached portion of Southwick, to the east, Boarhunt and Portchester, to the south Portsmouth Harbour and Alverstoke, to the west Titchfield and to the north Wickham.
The ecclesiastical district of Holy Trinity, Fareham was created from the ancient parish in 1835.