List of maps and plans

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Victoria County History

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Patricia E.C. Croot (editor)

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2004

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'List of maps and plans', A History of the County of Middlesex: Volume 12: Chelsea (2004), pp. XI. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=28679 Date accessed: 26 July 2014.


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LIST OF MAPS AND PLANS

The maps in figures 1, 3, 6, 10, and 46 were drawn by Jamie Quinn of the Drawing Office, Department of Geography, University College, London, from drafts prepared by Patricia E.C. Croot. The sections of the OS maps 1:2500 (1st edition), surveyed between 1862 and 1869, are reproduced by permission of the Guildhall Library.

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1 Hundredal Maps: Ossulstone Hundred, and Kensington Division (inner parishes). From C.G. Greenwood's Map of Middlesex (1819) xviii
3 Chelsea Communications 2002. From Bartholomew's Reference Atlas of Greater London (12th edn, 1963), and London Transport maps 3
6 Plan of the medieval village. Based on Hamilton, Map (1664-1717), manorial documents, and deeds 17
10 Chelsea c. 1700. Based on Hamilton, Map (1664-1717), Tithe Map in Chelsea Library, and deeds 27
12 Chelsea Village c. 1865. From OS map 1:2500, 1st edn, London Sheet LIII 32-33
15 SE Chelsea c. 1865. From OS map 1:2500, 1st edn, London Sheets LIII, LIV 40
18 Hans Town c. 1865. From OS map 1:2500, 1st edn, London Sheets XLII, XLIII, LIV 48
20 Chelsea Park to Blacklands c. 1865. From OS map 1:2500, 1st edn, London Sheets LIII, LIV, XLII 52-53
24 Little Chelsea and World's End c. 1865. From OS map 1:2500, 1st edn, London Sheets LIII, LXIV 61
46 Chelsea's Principal Estates in 1700. Based on Hamilton, Map (1664-1717), Tithe Map and Award in Chelsea Library, and deeds 108