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Kingston in Purbeck

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Dorsetshire

England

Encombe


www.kingstonopc.org.uk

Kingston

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Kingston group   Kingston page


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info@kingstonopc.org.uk

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2006

Active

1790 census



Priorities for 2014:  Complete more profiles of the families that have lived in Kingston over the years.



1 Oct 2013

Online Parish Clerk scheme

Dorset OPC

Yes


The study website includes extensive information about families who lived at Kingston and surrounding hamlets in the past, as well as present day information about the village. Kingston is unusual in having two churches with one, dubbed ‘Cathedral of the Purbecks’, for many years being the private chapel of the Eldon Family.

Bob Dorey, who lived in Kingston for over a hundred years, recorded his memoirs of the village and its people in two books.

Until 1877, Kingston was a chapelry of Corfe Castle which has its own one-place study*.

*The Corfe Castle One-Place Study includes many pre-1877 baptism, marriage and burial records for Kingston residents.


Kingston in Purbeck One-Place Study

Registered with the Register of One-Place Studies