London Metropolitan Archives - Item Details


Date of Creation:

1848 - 1970

Reference Code:


Scope and Content:
  • Records of Holybourne Presbyterian Church, including Court of Session minute books, 1880 - 1970; Minute book of Ministers and Elders of the Alton Monthly Meeting (Society of Friends), 1848 - 1856; Communicants' roll book, 1897 - 1970; register of baptisms, 1879 - 1893 and Treasurer's cash book, 1918 - 1944.

Extent: 0.16 linear meters
Site Location: London Metropolitan Archives
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Administrative History:
  • Holybourne Presbyterian Church was situated in the village of Holybourne, north east of the town of Alton in the county of Hampshire. It was founded by a Major Gibson as a mission chapel but by 1878 was being rented by the Presbyterian Church.
Copyright: Depositor
Source of Acquisition:
  • Deposited by the United Reformed Church (URC) History Society in 2001 (B01/024).
Access Restrictions: These records are available for public inspection, although records containing personal information are subject to access restrictions under the UK Data Protection Act, 2018
Physical Condition: Fit
Arrangement: Minutes; Registers, Financial Accounts.
Related Material: The Hampshire Archives and Local Studies Centre holds marriage registers, 1893-1960, reference 2M99.