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Damerham, New Forest, Wiltshire, England


Notes: Situated north-west of Fordingbridge and close to theDorset border, Damerham is located on the River Allen.Damerham contains a mixture of cottages, with a riversidemill and a Norman church.

Settled since Saxon times, Damerham is said to be thebirthplace of Æthelflæd, wife of Edmund I. Adam of Damerham(13th century), the author of Historia de Rebus gestisGlastoniensibus, was a native,

Damerham was once in Wiltshire, but was transferred in 1895to Hampshire. The village gave its name to a Ham classminesweeper, HMS Damerham.


Latitude: 50.94378, Longitude: -1.85373


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   Last Name, Given Name(s)    Birth    Person ID 
1 Hunt, Joseph Charles Attlee  10 Sep 1909Damerham, New Forest, Wiltshire, England I465133

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