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Coordinates: 51°07′46″N 1°03′56″W / 51.12948°N 1.06548°W / 51.12948; -1.06548 Medstead Medstead  Medstead shown within Hampshire OS grid reference SU654371 Parish Medstead District East Hampshire Shire county Hampshire Region South East Country England Sovereign state United Kingdom Post town ALTON Postcode district GU34 Police Hampshire Fire Hampshire Ambulance South Central EU Parliament South East England UK Parliament East Hampshire List of places: UK • England • Hampshire Medstead is a village and civil parish in the East Hampshire district of Hampshire, England. It is 4.3 miles (6.9 km) west-southwest of Alton. The village has a population of around 2,000 and adjoins the village of Four Marks. At over 700 feet above sea level, they are some of the highest villages in Hampshire. The village also has its own restored railway station on the Watercress Line, services from which connect with the nearest national rail station 4.3 miles (6.9 km) to the northeast, at Alton. At one time, Medstead came under the large civil parish of Bentworth until its decline in the mid-19th century. Although today, Medstead's parish borders the parish of Bentworth[1]. Contents 1 History 2 References 3 Further reading 4 External links History The origins of the ecclesistical parish of Medstead can be traced back to the Saxon period and the granting of the Liberty of Alresford which covered the present-day ecclesistical parishes of New Alresford, Old Alresford and Medstead. The Domesday Book of 1086 confirms the establishment of the Liberty's Mother Church, St. Mary the Virgin, Old Alresford. In the Liberty of Alresford, St. Mary the Virgin had been established as the Mother Church at Old Alresford with chapelries of St. John the Baptist at New Alresford and St. Andrew at Medstead. Except for brief periods most of this land remained in the hands of the Bishop Of Winchester, as Chief Lord of the Liberty of Alresford, and St. Andrew's remained a chapel of St. Mary the Virgin, served by a Curate appointed by the Rector of Old Alresford, until 1850.[2] In 1850 the Liberty was transferred to the Ecclesiastical Commissioners and the living of Old Alresford was divided into three parishes: Medstead, New Alresford and Old Alresford. Consequently, Medstead became an independent ecclesiatical parish with its own incumbent.[3] In 1945 the churches of Medstead and Wield became a united benefice, and in 2003 the churches of St. Mary's Bentworth, St. Mary's Lasham, St. Andrew's Medstead and St. Peter & St. Paul Shalden became the united benefice of Bentworth, Lasham, Medstead and Shalden.[4] References St Andrew's Church, Medstead ^ Bentworth#Parish decline Bentworth Parish Decline ^ Alresford Chamber Of Commerce ^ W. White's Directory of Hampshire & the Isle Of Wight, 1859. ^ Privy Council Office Further reading A Guide to St. Andrew's Church, Medstead (available in church) Chris Tew A History of St. Andrew's Church (2005) Gordon Timmins Medstead, a Village History (2003) Domesday Book, Hampshire edited by Julian Munby (1982) Lorents Rathbone A Chronicle of Medstead (1966) Nellie Moody A Short History of Medstead(1932) External links Wikimedia Commons has media related to: Medstead, Hampshire Medstead Village website - Hampshire Treasures Volume 6 (East Hampshire) pages 223, 225, and 226 St. Andrew's Parish Church, Medstead - website also includes more details on Medstead and its history Stained Glass Windows at St. Andrew, Medstead, Hampshire Medstead Parish Council website Google Maps: Medstead v · d · eSettlements in the civil parish of Bentworth Villages Bentworth Hamlets Burkham · Wivelrod · Holt End · Thedden · Ashley · Former (until 1859) Medstead · Lower Wield · Bradley · Beech · Moundsmere · Alton Abbey · Southrope v · d · eTowns, villages and hamlets in the East Hampshire District of Hampshire, England Adhurst · Alton · Arford · Ashley · Barford · Beech · Bentley · Bentworth · Binsted · Blackmoor · Blacknest · Blendworth · Bordean · Bordon · Bradley · Bramshott · Bucks Horn Oak · Buriton · Burkham · Catherington · Chalton · Chawton · Clanfield · Cold Ash Hill · Colemore · Conford · Ditcham · Durford Wood · East Meon · East Tisted · East Worldham · Empshott · Farringdon · Finchdean · Flexcombe · Four Marks · Froxfield Green · Froyle · Golden Pot · Grayshott · Greatham · Griggs Green · Hartley Mauditt · Hawkley · Headley · Headley Down · High Cross · Holybourne · Hollywater · Horndean · Idsworth · Isington · Kingsley · Kitwood · Langrish · Lasham · Lindford · Liphook · Liss · Liss Forest · Longmoor · Lovedean · Lower Wield · Medstead · Monkwood · Neatham · Newton Valence · North Street  · Nursted · Oakhanger · Oakshott · Passfield · Petersfield · Priors Dean · Privett · Ramsdean · Ropley · Ropley Dean · Rowland's Castle · Selborne · Shalden · Sheet · Sleaford · Soldridge · South Hay · Southrope · Standford · Stansted · Steep · Steep Marsh · Stroud · Thedden · Upper Wield · West Liss · West Tisted · West Worldham · Weston · Wheatley · Whitehill · Wivelrod · Wyck