List of maps and plans


Victoria County History



C. R. Elrington (editor)

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'List of maps and plans', A History of the County of Gloucester: volume 8 (1968), pp. XIII. URL: Date accessed: 20 October 2014.


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The plans and sections of Deerhurst church, drawn by H. M. Taylor, are from Archaeological Journal, volume cxxii: the editor's kindness in lending the original block and Dr. Taylor's in allowing the reproduction of the drawings are gratefully acknowledged. The plan of a typical unit of Abbey Cottages, Tewkesbury, was drawn by S. R. Jones. The other maps, street plans, and church plans were drawn by K. J. Wass, of the Department of Geography, University College, London, the maps and street plans from drafts by C. R. Elrington and N. M. Herbert, the plan of Tewkesbury church from The Builder, 1894, and that of Bishop's Cleeve church from Transactions of the Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society, volume iv. The maps and street plans are based on the Ordnance Survey with the sanction of the Controller of H.M. Stationery Office, Crown Copyright reserved.

The hundred of Cleeve, 18451
Beckford and Bishop's Cleeve Area, 19645
Bishop's Cleeve church21
The hundred of Deerhurst (lower division), 184526
The hundred of Deerhurst (upper division), 184527
Deerhurst church46
Tewkesbury and Deerhurst Area, 196557
Prestbury village, 1838 (from the tithe map)69
Tewkesbury, 1964: rivers, boundaries, and urban development113
Tewkesbury, 1964: street plan121
Tewkesbury: domestic buildings mentioned in the text127
Tewkesbury: Abbey Cottages. Ground-plan of a typical unit129
Tewkesbury: the abbey church157
The hundred of Tewkesbury (lower division), 1845170
Forthampton parish, c. 1750 (from maps and documents at Forthampton Court)200
Walton Cardiff village: suggested positions of medieval features237
The hundred of Tibblestone, 1845243
The hundred of Westminster (lower division), 1845269
Corse, Hasfield, and Tirley, c. 1797: the extent of Corse Lawn at inclosure (from inclosure award maps)272

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