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Welcome to theĀ  East Meon History website

East Meon was an important Minster and Hundred in Saxon times. Both before and after the Norman Conquest it was a Manor of the Bishops of Winchester, who built the magnificent parish church of All Saints and the mediaeval manor house, The Court House. The village contains a number of ancient hall houses. It was chosen to be the ‘Domesday Village’ in 1986.

‘A History of East Meon’, written by F.G. Standfield, is an authoritative account of the village from earliest times. This website contains a variety of records made after that book was written. We are also recording Living History, events and people which may be of interest to future historians.

Most of the website is available to all who wish to view its content. However, some pages in the History Group section are not visible to the general public. Members of the Group who want to view these pages should register using the panel on the left.

We have also created a digital archive of records of East Meon’s history, indexed and searchable, for those wishing to research specific names or topics. Click here to access the archive.

We welcome queries and information about the history of East Meon. Visitors who wish to send blogs to the site should first log in using the panel at the bottom of the left-hand column.Your submission will be published as soon as the administrator sees it.

Engraving of East Meon from Park Hill showing All Saints Church

Mid 19th century engraving of East Meon from Park Hill, showing All Saints Church in the foreground.