List of maps, plans, and other figures

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Victoria County History

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C R J Currie, M W Greenslade (Editors), A P Baggs, M F Cleverdon, D A Johnston, N J Tringham

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1996

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'List of maps, plans, and other figures', A History of the County of Stafford: Volume 7: Leek and the Moorlands (1996), pp. XII-XIII. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=22894 Date accessed: 20 April 2014. Add to my bookshelf


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LIST OF MAPS, PLANS, AND OTHER FIGURES

Grateful acknowledgement for permission to use material is made to the Staffordshire Archive Service, Staffordshire Library Service, the Staffordshire Planning and Economic Development Department, and the Trustees of the William Salt Library, Stafford. Figure 1 was drawn by J. A. Lawrence of the Department of Geography, Keele University, from a draft prepared by C. P. Lewis of the central Victoria County History staff and based on Ordnance Survey Map 1", index to the Tithe Survey. Figures 3-11, 14-16, 30, 32-5, 37-42, 44, and 46 were drawn by J. A. Lawrence from drafts prepared by M. W. Greenslade and N. J. Tringham, with assistance from Della Ryder and Dorothy Wilson of the Staffordshire County Planning and Economic Development Department; the drafts were based on the first edition of the relevant Ordnance Survey 6" maps.

1. Totmonslow Hundred c. 1850 facing page 1
2. Yates's Map of the County of Stafford 1775 (part). From W. Yates, A Map of the County of Stafford (1775) pages 2-3
3. The ancient parish of Alstonefield page 8
4. Alstonefield 1994 page 10
5. Fawfieldhead 1994 page 26
6. Heathylee 1994 page 32
7. Hollinsclough 1994 page 36
8. Longnor 1994 page 40
9. Quarnford 1991 page 50
10. Warslow and Elkstones 1994 page 56
11. Horton 1994 page 66
12. Rudyard Lake Hotel. Printed card, probably of c. 1870, in Leek Library, Johnson scrapbook, 2 (i), 7 page 69
13. The double sunset behind the Cloud. From the Gentleman's Magazine, viii (1738), 368 page 79
14. The ancient parish of Leek page 82
15. Leek and Lowe 1992 page 86-7
16. Leek: central area 1994 page 90
17. Woodcroft. From Academy Architecture (1893), 20 page 95
18. Littlehales. Photolithograph of a drawing of 1880 signed W. H. Sugden, in Leek Library, Johnson scrapbook, 1 (iv), 7/4 page 95
19. Silk weavers' houses, Wood Street, Leek. From R. Sherlock, The Industrial Archaeology of Staffordshire (1976), 56 page 108
20. Leekbrook dyeworks in 1879. Plan in the Staffordshire Record Office, D. 1176/A/11/66 page 110
21. Wellington Mills. Cutting in Leek Library, Johnson scrapbook, 1 (ii), D/26/5 page 111
22. California Mill in 1892. Plan in a sale catalogue of 1892 (copy in the Staffordshire Record Office, D. 538/B/2/2) page 111
23. London Mill. Cutting in Leek Library, Johnson scrapbook, 1 (ii), D/26/6 page 112
24. Hope Mill. Cutting in Leek Library, Johnson scrapbook, 1 (ii), D/26/7 page 112
25. The Manchester and Liverpool District Bank. Photolithograph from a drawing of 1882 signed W. H. Sugden, in the William Salt Library, 206/30/76 page 120
26. The cemetery chapels. Cutting in the William Salt Library, Sleigh, iii, f. 49v page 127
27. St. Luke's church from the south-west, as completed in 1854. Lithograph by Horace Francis from his own drawing, in Staffordshire Views, v. 107, at the William Salt Library page 138
28. St. Mary's Roman Catholic church. From Building News, 16 October 1885 page 140
29. The Nicholson Institute. From British Architect, 27 March 1885 page 153
30. Bradnop 1992 page 170
31. The Ashenhurst brass in St. Edward's church, Leek. From J. Sleigh, A History of the Ancient Parish of Leek in Staffordshire (second edition, dedication dated 1883), plate facing p. 76 page 173
32. Endon 1991 page 176
33. Endon (detail) 1991 page 178
34. Heaton 1991 page 188
35. Leekfrith 1992 page 192
36. St. Matthew's church from the south-east, as completed in 1873. Print in Leek Library, Johnson scrapbook, 2 (iv), 6/14/2 page 201
37. Longsdon 1991 page 204
38. Onecote 1992 page 210
39. Rudyard 1991 page 218
40. Rushton James 1991 page 220
41. Rushton Spencer 1991 page 224
42. Stanley 1991 page 230
43. Stanley mill. From H. Wedgwood, The Romance of Staffordshire, i (Manchester and Hanley, no date but with two plates dated 1877), 154 page 231
44. Tittesworth 1992 page 234
45. Ball Haye in 1813. From J. Nightingale, Staffordshire (The Beauties of England and Wales, xiii), plate facing p. 1168 page 236
46. Sheen 1994 page 240