Air Raid Precautions (ARP) Service

Artists and Painters

Bellmen (Town Criers) of Hungerford

Blacksmiths and Farriers

Bloomsbury Group

Canal Engineers - John Blackwell and Thomas Evans Blackwell

Carriers

Catholic Recusants

Characters of Hungerford in the early 1900s

Churchwardens 1659-1741

Clergy and Teachers

Clock and watchmakers

Clubs and Groups

Coal Merchants

Constables of the Town & Manor of Hungerford

Entertainers

Family History

Famous Visitors - Royalty and Diarists

Freedom of the Town Recipients

Highwaymen

Home Guard (and Local Defence Volunteers)

Hungerford Characters

Landowners and Gentry

Local Historians

Lollards

Mayors of Hungerford

Miscellaneous Group Photos

Miscellaneous Portraits

Naming Patterns

Norman Hidden Index of Hungerford Names

Orangemen of Hungerford

Parish Registers

Passion Family of Hungerford

Photographers and Publishers

Physicians and Surgeons

Population and Censuses

Printers & Booksellers

Royal Berkshire Regiment

Royal Berkshire Yeomanry

Soldiers, Sailors and Airmen

Stewards of the Manor of Hungerford

Sunday Times Rich List, May 2011

Teachers and Clergy

Trades & Occupations

Trade Directories

Vicars of Hungerford

Did you know...?

- The first Speaker of the House of Commons was Sir Thomas Hungerford in 1377.

- The use of surnames started by 1300, but there was no consistency in spelling. Surnames were not always used, nor invariably passed from parent to child. Different surnames for the same individual could be used in different contexts. Even a fairly distinctive surname may be difficult to trace until the 17th century.