List of maps

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Victoria County History

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G H R Kent (Editor), K J Allison, A P Baggs, T N Cooper, C Davidson-Cragoe, J Walker

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2002

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'List of maps', A History of the County of York East Riding: Volume 7: Holderness Wapentake, Middle and North Divisions (2002), pp. XII-XIII. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=16120 Date accessed: 25 July 2014.


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LIST OF MAPS

The maps were drafted by the authors of the respective articles; except for those on pp. 00, which are by Catherine Pyke, they were all drawn by K. J. Wass. The basic framework of most of the maps is taken from the Ordnance Survey 6-inch map of c. 1850; the sources, which sometimes also include the 6-inch map, are otherwise given below. The maps are listed below in the order in which they appear in the volume, not in one alphabetical sequence; parish names are indicated by the use of capitals, and maps of parts of parishes have been indented.

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HOLDERNESS WAPENTAKE, NORTH AND MIDDLE DIVISIONS xx
MIDDLE DIVISION
ALDBROUGH parish 1852. From the 1855 Ordnance Survey 6-inch map 6
Aldbrough township 1764. From the inclosure plan, E.R.A.O., IA. Aldbrough 8
BURTON PIDSEA parish c. 1760 and (inset) village c. 1890. From the inclosure plan, E.R.A.O., DDCK/32/5, and the 1890 Ordnance Survey 1/2,500 map 51
GARTON and Grimston townships in the 17th Century. From E.R.A.O., DDCC/42/2 41
HILSTON 1889. From the 1891 Ordnance Survey 1/2,500 map 51
HUMBLETON parish c. 1850. From the 1855 Ordnance Survey 6-inch map 56
Elstronwick township 1813. From the inclosure plan, E.R.A.O., IA. Elstronwick and the 1855 Ordnance Survey 6-inch map 71
Flinton township. From the inclosure award of 1675, the inclosure plan of 1752, both at E.R.A.O., DDHI, accession 1141, the 1844 tithe award plan, at ibid. PE/68/T.5, and the 1855 Ordnance Survey 6-inch map 72
ROOS township 1784. From the inclosure plan, E.R.A.O., PE/44/32 84
Owstwick township 1852. From the 1855 Ordnance Survey 6-inch map 85
SPROATLEY c. 1760 and (inset) village c. 1890. From the inclosure plan in Hull Central Library, and the 1890 Ordnance Survey 1/2,500 map 96
SWINE parish c. 1860. Based on the 1855 Ordnance Survey 6-inch maps 108
Swine 1618. Based on Shaftesbury MSS., P 144, with information from a map of c. 1800 at E.R.A.O., PE/104/52 and the 1855 Ordnance Survey 6-inch map 113
Benningholme c. 1855. Based on E.R.A.O., DDX/252/2 and the 1855 Ordnance Survey 6-inch map 120
Bilton, Ganstead, and Wyton c. 1850. From the 1855 Ordnance Survey 6-inch map. Ganstead field locations from Yorks. Deeds, iv 124
Burton Constable 1621. From E.R.A.O., DDCC(2)/plan I 132
Burton Constable c. 1755. From a plan at Burton Constable Hall 133
Burton Constable c. 1780. From undated, damaged plans at E.R.A.O., DDCC/141/71 (made between 1776 and 1790: cf. ibid. DDCC/141/4) and plan of about the same date: ibid. DDCC(2)/plan 15 134
Burton Constable 1852. From the 1855 Ordnance Survey 6-inch map. By permission of the British Library 135
Coniston and Thirtleby 1852. From the 1855 Ordnance Survey 6-inch map and the Coniston inclosure plan, E.R.A.O., IA. Coniston 139
Ellerby 1852. From the 1855 Ordnance Survey 6-inch map with details from an 1820 plan of the Woodhall estate at E.R.A.O., DDCC/108/68 143
Marton in the late 18th century. From plan of Marton dated 1774 at E.R.A.O., DDCC/141/71 and the 1855 Ordnance Survey 6-inch map 153
North Skirlaugh 1782. From a plan in a book of the estates of H. Bethell, at Rise Park Estate Office, and the 1855 Ordnance Survey 6-inch map 157
South Skirlaugh 1852. From the 1855 Ordnance Survey 6-inch map 161
TUNSTALL 1777. From the inclosure plan, E.R.A.O., IA. Tunstall, and, for the northern end, a 17th-cent. map of Garton, ibid. DDCC/42/2 177
WAWNE township c. 1775; (inset) Wawne village 1908. From estate map at E.R.A.O., DDBV/46/2; original at H.U.L., DDWI/103; 1910 Ordnance Survey 1/2,500 map 183
Meaux township 1650. Based on P.R.O., E 317/Yorks./35 (1650 survey); ibid. MPE 1/538 (plan of 1797); CRES 35/1899 (surveys from 1798); R.D.B., CW/84/127 187
North Bransholme and Kingswood 2000 188

NORTH DIVISION

ATWICK c. 1850. From the 1854-5 Ordnance Survey 6-inch maps and the inclosure plan, E.R.A.O., PC/14/1 206
BARMSTON 1756. From the 1854 Ordnance Survey 6-inch map and an inclosure plan printed in Poulson, Holderness, i, facing p. 183 217
BEEFORD c. 1765. From the 1854-5 Ordnance Survey 6-inch maps and the inclosure plan, E.R.A.O., IA. Beeford 233
Lissett and Dunnington c. 1850. From the 1854-5 Ordnance Survey 6-inch maps and a plan of Lissett in 1809, E.R.A.O., DDX/674 235
BRANDESBURTON parish and (inset) village c. 1850. From the 1854-5 Ordnance Survey 6-inch maps, the inclosure plan, E.R.A.O., IA. Brandesburton, the 17th-century decree, Poulson, Holderness, i. 270-7, and Lond. Corp. R.O., plan M 6b 247
CATWICK parish c. 1850. From the 1854-5 Ordnance Survey 6-inch maps and the inclosure plan, E.R.A.O., IA. Catwick 256
NORTH FRODINGHAM parish and (inset) village c. 1850. From the 1854 Ordnance Survey 6-inch map and the inclosure plan, E.R.A.O., IA. N. Frodingham 262
GOXHILL in the mid 19th century. From the 1854 Ordnance Survey 6-inch map 270
HORNSEA: street plan, 1989. Based on various edns. of the Ordnance Survey 1/2,500 map 276
HORNSEA before inclosure in 1809. From the inclosure plan, E.R.A.O., IA. Hornsea 285
LEVEN parish c. 1850, and (insets) village before 1796 and c. 1850. Based on the 1854-5 Ordnance Survey 6-inch maps and the inclosure plan, E.R.A.O., IA. Leven 298
MAPPLETON township 1848. From the inclosure plan, E.R.A.O., IA. Mappleton 308
Rolston township 1859. From the inclosure plan, E.R.A.O., IA. Rolston 309
Cowdens Ambo township c. 1855. Based on the 1854-5 Ordnance Survey 6-inch maps and a map of 1778, E.R.A.O., DDCK/35/5/2 310
NUNKEELING c. 1850. From the 1855 Ordnance Survey 6-inch map 322
RISE 1762. From map in E.R.A.O., accession 2980, 'Plans of Estates of H. Bethell' 334
LONG RISTON and Arnold townships before inclosure in 1778. From maps at Rise Park Estate Office, 1990 342
Arnold township 1852. From the 1855 Ordnance Survey 6-inch map 343
ROUTH c. 1650. From 17th-cent. glebe terriers, and the 1855 Ordnance Survey 6-inch map 354
ROUTH 1782. From map of 1782 at E.R.A.O., DX/132 355
SIGGLESTHORNE 1852. From the 1854 Ordnance Survey 6-inch map 361
Little Hatfield township before inclosure in 1717. From H.U.L., DDLG/22/22 363
SKIPSEA township 1764 and (inset) Skipsea village c. 1850. From the inclosure plan, E.R.A.O., IA. Skipsea and the 1855 Ordnance Survey 6-inch map 376
Ulrome township c. 1765 and 1850. From the 1854 Ordnance Survey 6-inch map and an inclosure plan made in 1787 and printed in Poulson, Holderness, i, facing p. 242 379
Dringhoe, Upton, and Brough 1762. From the inclosure plan, E.R.A.O., IA. Dringhoe 381
WITHERNWICK 1812. From the inclosure plan, E.R.A.O., IA. Withernwick 410


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