The Archives and Local Studies service at Hampshire Record Office collects archives relating to Hampshire and Hampshire families, and film and sound archives relating to central southern England. They also house Hampshire's local studies library.

The Hampshire Record Office’s entire holdings have been designated by the Museums, Libraries and Archives Council as an outstanding collection of national and international importance, providing an unparalleled resource for the knowledge and understanding of the history of the geographical area of Hampshire.

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This document is held in a private Collection deposited at Hampshire Record Office, ref 44M69/M4/14. Hampshire Archives and Local Studies, acting on behalf of the owner of the Collection, has contributed the image to Shakespeare Documented, and the owner of the Collection retains sole ownership of said image. Visitors may download, link to and cite the images within Shakespeare Documented in personal research only. Any further use, including, but not limited to, unauthorized downloading or distribution of the images is strictly prohibited. Visitors must contact the Hampshire Record Office to request additional use, at or Hampshire Record Office, Sussex Street, Winchester, Hampshire, SO23 8TH, United Kingdom.

Documents contributed by Hampshire Archives and Local Studies

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