For additional information please see A History of the County of Hampshire: Volume 4 at British History Online and HCC Historic Settlements - Farley Chamberlayne
here on Google Street View and also from Google Street view its isolation.
John William Reeves was curate of Farley Chamberlayne from 1844 until his death in 1862.
the first containing baptisms from 1593 to 1764, burials from 1612 to 1737, and marriages from 1645 to 1762; the second containing baptisms from 1700 to 1812 and burials from 1766 to 1813; the third containing marriages from 1765 to 1813.The registers are held at the Hampshire Archive http://www3.hants.gov.uk/archives/hals-collections/hals-parish-registers.htm.
Hursley and to the south-west east by Michelmersh. To the west is Kings Somborne and to the north-west Ashley. At its northern tip Ashley, Sparsholt and Hursley come together.