List of maps and plans

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Victoria County History

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M.W. Greenslade (editor)

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1990

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'List of maps and plans', A History of the County of Stafford: Volume 14: Lichfield (1990), pp. XI. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=42330 Date accessed: 02 August 2014.


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LIST OF MAPS, PLANS, AND OTHER FIGURES

Grateful acknowledgement is made to the following for permission to use material: the Bodleian Library; the Samuel Johnson Birthplace Museum (Lichfield City Council); the Staffordshire Record Office; and the Trustees of the William Salt Library, Stafford. Figures 6–7, 9, 11–12, 14, 17, 19–20, and 22–5 were drawn by Andrew Kirkham, Joyce Senior, and Alison Steele of the Staffordshire County Planning and Development Department from drafts prepared by M. W. Greenslade and N. J. Tringham.

1. Yates's Map of the County of Stafford (part). From W. Yates, A Map of the County of Stafford (1775) page2
2. Lichfield 1610. From J. Speed, The Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine (1611) " 8
3. Redcourt House in 1819. Engraving in [C. E. Stringer], A Short Account of the Ancient and Modern State of the City and Close of Lichfield (1819), 152 " 19
4. Lichfield 1781. From J. Snape, A Plan of the City and Close of Lichfield (1781) " 20
5. Lichfield 1882. From Ordnance Survey Map 6" (1883 edn.) " 26
6. Lichfield 1989. Based on Ordnance Survey Map 6" (1883–8 edn.) pages 30–1
7. Lichfield: central area 1989. Based on Ordnance Survey Map 1/2,500 (1884 edn.) page 34
8. George Inn, Lichfield, 1808. Engraved bill-head in the Staffordshire Record Office, D. (W.) 3222/532/48 " 44
9. Lichfield Cathedral, ground plan 1989. Based on an engraving by R. W. Paul in The Builder, 7 February 1891, fig. 12 " 48
10. Lichfield Cathedral before the Civil War. Engraving, from a drawing by Samuel Kirke, in T. Fuller, Church History of Britaine (1655) " 50
11. Lichfield Cathedral Close 1989. Based on Ordnance Survey Map 1/500 (1884 edn.) " 58
12. Bishop's Palace, Lichfield Cathedral Close, plan of 1685. Based on a drawing in the Bodleian Library, MS. Tanner 217, f. 42 " 63
13. City of Lichfield: seal of 1549. From a drawing in the William Salt Library, Stafford, S. MS. 413, f. 16v. " 86
14. City of Lichfield: arms " 86
15. Chancellor Law's Tomb in 1864. Engraving in the Samuel Johnson Birthplace Museum, Lichfield " 150
16. The Bower procession passing through the market place in the later 18th century. Drawing by C. E. Stringer in the Bodleian Library, G.A. Staffs. 4°, 7, between pp. 352–3 " 159
17. Burntwood 1987. Based on Ordnance Survey Map 6" (1921–4 edn.) pages 196–7
18. Chasetown and Chase Terrace 1915. From Ordnance Survey Map 6" (1921 edn.) page 200
19. Curborough and Elmhurst 1987. Based on Ordnance Survey Map 6" (1883–7 edn.) " 230
20. Fisherwick and Tamhorn 1921. Based on Ordnance Survey Map 6" (1924–5 edn.) " 238
21. Fisherwick Hall in 1808. From Fisherwick Park sale catalogue 1808, plan between pp. 10 and 11 (copy in the Staffordshire Record Office, D. 661/19/10/18). " 242
22. Freeford 1985. Based on Ordnance Survey Map 6" (1887–8 edn.) " 254
23. Hammerwich 1987. Based on Ordnance Survey Map 6" (1921–38 edns.) " 260
24. Streethay and Fulfen 1986. Based on Ordnance Survey Map 6" (1883–7 edns.) " 274
25. Wall and Pipehill 1986. Based on Ordnance Survey Map 6" (1887–8 edn.) " 284