They range from a Waterlooville schoolgirl to a Gosport pensioner - and all have gone missing without trace.
Their names and photographs are featured on a charity website dedicated to trying to trace the thousands of people who go missing in Britain each year.
Missing People lists basic details on six people missing in Hampshire.
They include Waterlooville schoolgirl Krystal Browne, last seen on November 29, and Gosport pensioner James Stone, who was 67 when he disappeared in 1988.
Our picture montage shows:-
1, Bui Tuing, who was aged 16 when he went missing from Basingstoke on April 13 this year.
2. John Ferris, who was 44 when he was reported missing by his Gosport family on December 19, 2010
He had been on holiday alone in the North of Scotland and his blue Ford Fiesta car was found parked and secure in Mallaig. Police discovered that he boarded a local ferry with the intention of walking from Tarbet, Loch Nevis to Bracara, Loch Morar and that he was last seen on November 19 at Tarbet.
He is described as a white male, 5’8” tall of medium build, with short mousey blond hair and clean shaven.
3. Krystal Browne, 14, missing from Waterlooville since November 29, 2015
She is white, 5ft 1in tall, very slim and has jet-black long hair.
When last seen she was wearing skinny blue jeans, grey Nike trainers a pink tick, a black Nike hoodie with a white tick and was carrying a nude-coloured handbag.
Police said she also has links to the Paulsgrove area.
4. Paul Balmforth, who was 27 when he went missing from Southampton since February 8, 2000
He was last seen by a casino doorman, whom he told that he would jog home.
Carrying a black bag, believed to contain a manuscript of a novel he was writing, Paul, left Leisure World and was never seen again. His bag and manuscript have never been found.
5, Hamdi Mohammed, who was 22 when she disappeared in Hampshire on October 24 this year.
6. James Stone, 67, missing from Gosport since March 1, 1988
A spokesman for Missing People said: ‘This is the only charity in the UK which specialises in bringing missing children and adults back together with their families. Some missing people you will have heard of, but many more you won’t. For their families, life without them can be a desperate and unbearable struggle. We are there for them 24 hours a day, every day of the year, at the end of a phone, text or email, ready to use every means possible to search for and find their missing loved ones and to provide vital on-going support to families where the agonising wait turns into years, not just days.
‘Missing People runs a free, confidential and 24/7 helpline, 116 000, supported by players of People’s Postcode Lottery.’
To report a sighting to Missing People:-
call 116 000
completing the online sightings form
To make a report to police go to http://missingpersons.police.uk/