Bincombe is a small parish 5 miles north of Weymouth and 5 miles to the south of Dorchester. The adjoining parishes are; starting in the north and going clockwise, Winterborne Monkton, Winterborne Came, Preston,  Broadwey and Upwey. The church of Holy Trinity is a small building of stone in the Early English style, having a chancel, nave, south porch and square western tower containing two bells. There is room for 80 people. The registers date back to 1658. There was a National School built in 1873 for 40 children, but the village did not have a post office. The parish comprises 977 acres with a population of 202 in 1891

The Online Parish Clerk (OPC) for Bincombe is Maureen Branson

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1841, 1851, 1861, 1871, 1881, 1891, 1901, 1911
Parish Registers
Baptisms 1658-1812 1813-1906
Marriages 1658-1812 1813-1837 1837-1921
Marriages 1808-1948 [Brian Webber]
Burials   1658-1976
Banns 1824-1921
Bishops Transcripts Baptisms 1732-1812 & 1813-1905
Marriages 1735-1812
Burials 1731-1812
Monumental Inscriptions
These have been transcribed by Brian Webber
Indexed here please email the MI coordinator for futher details [link on page]
Transcribed by Debby Rose

1851 1855 1859 1875 1889 1895 1911 1915
Protestation Returns Names from the 1641 Protestation Return
Web Sites There is some more information on the parish on this site:
Other Information I have compiled a Parish Reconstruction for Broadwey, Upwey, Bincombe & Buckland Ripers (combined) containing all families appearing in any of the records that are online for those parishes. Currently it contains over 17000 persons, and is a work in progress. Any additions/corrections/comments are most welcome.
Records held at the Dorset History Centre
Christenings 1658-1991. Marriages 1658-1753, 1759-1948. Burials 1658-1991. Banns 1824-1992.

Christenings 1658-1837. Marriages 1658-1837. Burials 1658-1812.


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