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History[edit] ... Finchampstead is a richly wooded area on the western edge of old Windsor Forest and once the centre of one of its ...

www.berkshirehistory.com/villages/finchampstead.html

Finchampstead's fine parish church is largely of 12th century date and still retains a number of interesting Norman features: a pillar piscina, a font, and an apse, ...

www.british-history.ac.uk/vch/berks/vol3/pp241-247

FINCHAMPSTEAD. Finchamestede (xi cent.); Fynchamstede, Finghamstede (xiv cent.). The parish of Finchampstead is situated on the right bank of the River ...

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intimate knowledge of the surroundings and their history. Readers of these pages will discover how many people live in Finchampstead, what sort of work they ...

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See All Marriage & Divorce Records for Finchampstead ... A book detailing the history of the Baptist church in Berkshire, from origins, to persecution, ...

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TOWN HISTORY .... He was responsible for Finchampstead's first school in 1855 and a new road across the Ridges between Crowthorne and Finchampstead.

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FINCHAMPSTEAD (St. James), a parish, in the union of Wokingham, hundred of Charlton, county of Berks, 3 miles (S. S. W.) from ...

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Finchampstead: Photos, maps, personal memories and local books of ... Old Maps of Finchampstead ... Cover image of Camberley - A History and Celebration.

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The history of a parish cannot be rightly understood unless read in the light of contemporaneous history. In my viii Chronicles of Finchampstead endeavour to ...