List of maps

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A History of the County of Sussex: Volume 6 Part 3, Bramber Rape (North-Eastern Part) Including Crawley New Town. Originally published by Victoria County History, London, 1987.

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The maps were drawn by K. J. Wass from drafts prepared by J. M. H. Bevan, C. R. J. Currie, C. R. Elrington, and T. P. Hudson. With the exception of the map of Upper Beeding, which is based on W.S.R.O., Add. MS. 27483, they are based on Ordnance Survey Maps 6" and 1/2,500 (1879-1912 edns.); for information since 1912 Ordnance Survey material was used, Crown Copyright reserved.

Bramber Rape, c. 1875 (hundreds and parishes) 2
Lower Beeding, c. 1875 (except Colgate and Bewbush) 8
Upper Beeding, 1733 30
Edburton and Fulking, c. 1875 46
Ifield, Bewbush, and Colgate, c. 1910 54
Crawley: boundary changes, 1933-1983 76
Crawley neighbourhoods, c. 1982 78
Horsham and surroundings, c. 1875 96
Albourne and Woodmancote, c. 1875 122
Henfield, c. 1875 132
Henfield village, c. 1955 136
Cowfold and Shermanbury, 1909 172