CCHS Members' Section

Mary Fielding, Website Administrator

The entry in the Domesday Book for Campden | Domesday Book images kindly made available by Professor J.J.N. Palmer and George Slater. Creative Commons BY-SA licence.
The entry in the Domesday Book for Campden
Domesday Book images kindly made available by Professor J.J.N. Palmer and George Slater. Creative Commons BY-SA licence.

A new initiative for CCHS members – a password-protected section

We have created a new section of this website for current CCHS members only which will contain more detailed information for people carrying out their own research into their house or family or other local topic or who are interested in helping research different aspects of local history.

Access to the Members’ Section will be given to current members only.  To register for access please email enquiries@chippingcampdenhistory.org.uk.  Once your eligibility has been checked you will receive an email asking you to create a password; once this is done you will be able to access the site.

Security Issue

At the moment the Members’ Section is held on an insecure server.  This is not a problem, but most web browsers (e.g. Firefox, Chrome, Edge) will warn you that it is not safe to continue.  You can safely ignore this!

When you start typing in your login information, the warning message can obscure the password entry box. You can press the Return key after you type in your username (or click outside of the password area) to dismiss the warning.

It is safe to log in to the website but try to choose a unique password or a password that you don’t also use for other important sites.  We hope to secure the site in due course.

Information on the site includes:

  • Parish records for Campden, Ebrington, Mickleton, Aston-sub-Edge and Weston-sub-Edge up to 1919
  • Census returns for 1841, 1851, 1861, 1871, 1881, 1891, 1901 and 1911 for Campden
  • A list of wills that have been transcribed and access to the transcriptions.
  • Almshouse Admissions
  • Bibliography and Useful websites.

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