- Ron ask’s;
St.Marys Church,Fareham Rd,Bridgemary was on the north side of the A32, between the last house and the entrance to Fleetlands. It is now the site of a Ready Mix Concrete Plant. The Church was there during
the 1940's. I was baptised there and my father made some of the church furniture. The Church was demolished in the 1950's. I've been told that the land was sold to Portsmouth Dairies in 1958 for
£4,000 I'm told it does not appear on any maps because it was ex government land. The Church Bell is [I've been told] under the alter at St.Thomas Church, Elson, this would seem to be in keeping, as a
record shows that a Rev.Michael went in 1913 from St.Thomas to a Bridgemary Mission. I have been unable to find any picture of this church [other than the picture I remember] or anyone else [other than my
family] who has knowledge of it. I have been unable to trace the Church Records and would like to see the christenings and any marriage entry's. I have my own baptism card . CAN YOU HELP ?