History ... Finchampstead is a richly wooded area on the western edge of old
Windsor Forest and once the centre of one of its ...
'Parishes: Finchampstead', in A History of the County of Berkshire: Volume 3, ed.
P H Ditchfield and William Page (London, 1923), pp. 241-247. British History ...
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 ...
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FINCHAMPSTEAD, a parish in Wokingham district, Berks; near the river
Blackwater, the boundary with Hants, and the Reading and Guildford railway, 3½
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Our Village of Finchampstead has a population of around 12,000 people
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Finchampstead is a charming village close to Wokingham. Surrounded by
woodland and open countryside, it is popular with commuters and families.
1 book 'Finchampstead in Old Pictures' compiled by The Finchampstead Society
... Magazines of The Berkshire Family History Society 1989 - 2009 (Some ...
Dates vary, probably due to the long period of years it took to build the original
church but it is thought to have been started in the 1120's and completed in about