The life history of Major General Charles George Baker Pasha VC who retired to Southbourne and is buried in Christchurch Cemetery.
The Crippen case involved one of the most notorious domestic murders in British crime history.
An account of the Heneages, who lived in Highcliffe, War Services
The story of how Lady Mary Wortley Montagu introduced into Britain the practice of inoculation against smallpox has a strong connection with the Christchurch area.
The sad story of the drowning a a fifteen year old midshipman as a result of one of the worst peacetime accidents to befall the Royal Navy in the nineteenth century.
The pedigree of the painting 'The Widow's Mite by Sir John Millais (1829-1896).
A review of Sir Thomas Wriothesley and his connections with Christchurch.
An account of the investigation of the de Redvers Family and the FitzGerald Inheritance
A summary of an investigation into the mysterious death of Baldwin de Redvers
The world famous Osborne Collection of Children’s Books in Toronto, Canada, has an important link with Christchurch and Bournemouth. It belonged to Edgar Osborne (1890 - 1978), who was born on the 23rd March 1890 in the Parish of Christchurch, in what is now the Winton area of Bournemouth.