List of maps and plans


Victoria County History



Elizabeth Crittall (editor), A. P. Baggs, D. A. Crowley, Ralph B. Pugh, Janet H. Stevenson, Margaret Tomlinson

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'List of maps and plans', A History of the County of Wiltshire: Volume 10 (1975), pp. XII. URL: Date accessed: 26 November 2014.


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All the maps and the Devizes street plan were drawn by K. J. Wass of the Department of Geography, University College, London, from drafts prepared by Elizabeth Crittall, Janet H. Stevenson, D. A. Crowley, and A. P. Baggs. They are based upon the Ordnance Survey with the sanction of the Controller of H.M. Stationery Office, Crown Copyright reserved. The parish and tithing boundaries on the hundred and parish maps are taken from the tithe maps of the earlier 19th century. Thanks are due to Mr. R. E. Sandell and Miss Winifred M. Evans for help with the preparation of the hundred map.

Swanborough Hundred c. 18312
All Cannings c. 1799, based on the inclosure map in the Wiltshire County Record Office22
Market Lavington c. 1790, based on maps of Market Lavington (1778) and Easterton (1797), in the Wiltshire County Record Office84
The Manningfords in the earlier 19th century, based on Andrews and Dury's Map of Wilts. 1773, and, in the Wiltshire County Record Office, Bruce inclosure (1812) and tithe (1838) maps, Bohune inclosure (1805) and tithe (1840) maps, and Abbots tithe map (1844)108
Urchfont, 1784, based on a map of the Queensberry estate surveyed by W. Corfield, in the Wiltshire County Record Office174
Wilcot, 1803, based on the inclosure map and on a map of the Wroughton estate surveyed by Young Sturge, both in the Wiltshire County Record Office192
Devizes: Boundary Extensions (for source see p. 225 n. 18)226
Devizes: Street Plan 1973232

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