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D8/B/P/2

Plans and terrier of estates at Ashbourne and Clifton, owner unknown, with later amendments

This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


[Plan of lands in Ashburn owned by Edward Wilson 1770]. Scale:of 10 chains [1:2400]. Size: 36 x 40 cm. Materials: ink on paper, brown wash. Centred on: SK180460. Notes: compass indicator. Shows 100 acres west of Spitalhill named closes, areas numbered for terrier: tenants names added at later date: adjacent owners: stream, spring, 'Spittle Hill...

1770

D37/ME/1/1

"Ogston Rental" (volume title)

A valuation of the joint estate of William Turbutt and John Woodyeare esquires in the parishes of Shirland, Morton and North Wingfield, including Higham, Woolley Moor, Brackenfield and Stretton. Followed by an account of the common land allotted to Turbutt and Woodyeare's joint estate.

With plan and reference for allotments at front; scale 6 inches : 1 inch, size 40 × 31 cms

This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


A Plan of the Severall Allotments made to W.Turbutt and J.Woodyeare Esqs. upon the Commons and Waste Grounds within the Manor of Shirland. County Derby [1768]. Scale: 6 chains to an inch [1:4800]. Size: 20 x 30 cm. Materials: ink on paper. Centred on: SK395596 Notes: compass rose, north at top. Plan stuck into the front of a volume entitled Ogston...

1768

D37/MH/8

Plan of Coate Farm, Chesterfield parish, by Joseph Parker, giving field names, acreages, houses (total acreage nearly 33 acres)

Scale 3 chains : 1 inch, size 38 × 34 cms

This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


A Survey of Coate Farm in ye parish of Chesterfield April 25th 1693 by Joseph Parker. Surveyor: Joseph Parker. Scale: of 10 chains [1:2640]. Size: 36 x 23 cm. Materials: ink on paper. Notes:4 point compass rose, north at top. 9 named fields, 32 acres, with stylised houses and buildings: endorsed 'A survey of Coate land'. Location: DRO, D37M/H8

1693

D37/MP/245

`A map of all the land lying in the several parishes of Shirland, Morton, and North Wingfield, belonging to Richard Turbutt and William Woodyeare': surveyed by Joseph Colbeck

This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


A Map of all the Land lying in the several Parishes of Sherland Morton and North Wingfield in the County of Derby belonging to Richard Turbutt and Willm. Woodyear Esqr. Survey'd by Joseph Colbeck. Anno dom. 1724. Surveyor: Joseph Colbeck. Scale: of 21 Gunters chains eight in an inch [1:6400]: decorated rule with dividers. Size: 66 x 56 cm. Materials...

1724

D37/MP/253

Plan of the Skeggerley Farm in Brackenfield and Wesssington

This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


Sketch Plan of Skeggerleg Farm.18c. Scale: no scale shown. Size: 30 x 50 cm. Materials: coloured ink on paper. Centred on: SK385582 Notes: compass rose, west at top. Drawing of farm in elevation with 24 acres of land on both sides of River Amber, possibly showing grassland and arable: 10 fields named on terrier, areas given: endorsed in pencil 'Old...

18th century

D77/8/9

Plan of [Seale?]

including Mr. Gresley's land and the Parish Church, with the majority of the plan reserved for an area to be planted with trees


This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


No title [Netherseal Hall, 18c?]. Scale: of 150 ?yards [1:900]. Size: 55 x 93 cm. Materials: ink on paper. Centred on: SK288129 Notes: plan of gardens with house and church in plan: also shows Netherseal street and some...

[undated - 18th cent.]

D77/8/10

'Procession Way' plan of the Seale Estate

Use CD 296 instead of original.


Centred on area of Potter's Wood, Pype Wood, Spittal wood, Short Wood, Grange Wood and Coton Park, with Netherseal to the south, Rosliston to the north, Lullington to the west, and Seale Grange to the south-west. Undated, but handwriting appears to be 16th cent.


This document is number 8 in Derbyshire Record Office’s “50 Treasures” selection. For more information, click the link below.


This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire...

[16th cent]

D77/8/12

Map of Seale woods and adjoining lands

Including areas for the Great Wood, the Short Wood, Linton Plain, Little Broomy Close, Hood's Close and Barn Close


This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


Map of Seale Woods and adjacent Lands [n.d.c1760]. Scale: no scale shown. Size: 50 x 60 cm. Materials: ink on paper. Centred on: SK275155 Notes: no orientation, north-west at top. Sketch map of area south of Linton Heath showing field...

[18th cent]

D157/MT/853

Map of Mr Ayscough's farm at Snelston, near Ashbourne by William Mycock

Documents bearing references D157/MT/850-879 form a series, described as: Deeds to Over Farm, Snelson (Roe-Wright), 1710-1810


This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


A Map of Mr Ayscough's Farm lying at Snelston near Ashbourne in Derbyshire by Wm Mycock. [no date ?early 18c] Surveyor:William Mycock. Scale: of 24 [chains 1:3400]. Size: 49 x 38 cm. Materials: ink on watermarked paper...

nd

D157/MT/2636

Papers and plan relating to the Clifton estate purchased by Evans from Gisborne in 1824. Includes letting agreements, bills for legal fees, copy leases and plans - of Humphrey Keeper's farm in Clifton and Ashbourne, 1717, owned by Thomas Gisborne, surveyed by William Leaper; Mr Strutt's land in Ashbourne, 1702 (incl. part of the previous property); and 2 farms in Clifton, owned by Thomas Gisborne, occupied by Robert Jenkinson and Thomas Froggatt, surveyed by William Trimmer, 1724. [From bundle 53]

These maps are described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


The Mapp of Mr. Strutts Land being in the Parish of Ashbourne in the Countie of Derby Taken in ye month of October 1702. Scale: 300 links to one inch and by Mr. Gunters Chains being fore pearches longe. Each pearch 25 links [1:2400]. Size: 57 x 39 cm. Materials: sepia ink and pencil on paper. Centred on: SK183459 Notes:shows field-names, areas and...

1702-1730

D157/MT/3023

Plan of Coate Grounds at Marston Montgomery (45 acres)

This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


Coate Grounds [18c]. Scale: 'these grounds were measured by CL scale of one third to an inch'[?1:2400]. Size: 42 x 20 cm. Materials:coloured ink on parchment. Centred on: SK125385 Notes: north at top. Shows 12 acres of fields with boundaries with trees, acreages given in roman numerals, house, probably Marstonbank Farm: also shown 'Doals in Marston...

18th cent

D157/MT/3024-3026

Plan of Wynn Farm, Kniveton (57 acres) Scale 3 chains to the inch. With draft and survey

This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


Kniveton Parish Woodhead Farm (crossed through and written in a later hand) Wynn Farm [late 18c]. Scale: of chains [1:2400]. Size: 37 x 31 cm. Materials: ink on cloth backed paper. Centred on: SK216484 Notes: compass, NNW at top. Shows 57 acres with named fields boundaries with trees, stream, house in block plan, garden: adjoining landowners named...

18th cent

D157/MT/3027

Survey of an estate at Hollyhurst in Marston Montgomery in the possession of Francis Keeling Scale 3 chains to the inch

This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


A Survey of an estate lying at the Holly Hurst in the parish of Marston Montgomery in the possession of Fra[anci]s Keeling [18c]. Scale: of 5 chains [1:4000]. Size:31 x 31 cm. Materials: coloured ink on paper. Centred on: SK144370 Notes: compass rose, north at top. Shows named fields with areas, 78 acres, house and barn in elevation, gates, 'Rigges...

18th cent

D157/MT/4960

Plan of estate of Philip Gell at Kniveton, surveyed by Samuel Hutchinson, 3 chains: 1", size 32" x 27", parchment

From a bundle of deeds etc re advowson of Kniveton Curacy and the tithes of Little Wynn Farm in Kniveton. These belonged solely to Edmund Evans after 1807, one third having been conveyed by Gell in 1797 and the remaining two thirds by Messrs Stone and Beard's trustees in 1807


This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


A Survey of Lands in Knifton in the County of Derby, the Estate of ye Hon...

1710

D161/Lincoln

19th Century tracing of Dean of Lincoln’s property at Wirksworth.

This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


Plan of town centre and Bolehill area showing lands of Dean and Chapter of Lincoln. ?late 18c. Scale: 6 chains to 1 inch [1:4800] and 1 chain to 1 inch [1:800]. Size: 70 x 99 cm. Materials: ink on paper, conserved under plastic and backed on card, some colour. Centred on: SK286539 Notes: two parts on one sheet: (i) after enclosure Wirksworth Moor and...

19th cent

D185/UL

Taylor Simpson and Mosley of Derby, solicitors

This collection includes unlisted material. See search room supervisor for interim list. See Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528-1800" for descriptions of some of the maps in this collection

[16th-19th cent]

D231/M/P/3

Map of closes lying near Mapleton on R Dove belonging to E W Okeover, with terrier

This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


A Map of several Closes lying nigh Mappleton on the River Dove belonging to Edward Walhouse Okeover of Okeover, Esquire. [c.1770] Scale: no scale shown. Size: 47 x 56 cm. Materials: sepia ink on paper. Centred on: SK165480 Notes: shows seven named closes adjoining River Dove in four separate parcels, 40 acres, footpaths, gates, boundary trees: Coat...

c1770

D239/M/E/5369

Plan of Richard Beresford's estate

This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


Plan of an estate at Bentley near Ashborne in the County of Derby belonging to Richard Beresford Esq. with other lands belonging to Burton Charity. [18c.] Scale: of 20 chains [1:4800]. Size: 56 x 54 cm. Materials: ink on vellum. Centred on: SK175502 Notes: compass indicator, top of sheet NNE. Shows closes, about 242 acres, with boundary hedges...

[18th cent]

D239/M/E/5466/1-2

Map of the common belonging to Chapel en le Frith - by Peter Barker. Endorsed "much mistaken" in two parts

Microfilmed M721


This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


A schemar draft of the comons belonging to Chappell and the houses and lands how they are scituate. [1675]. Surveyors: [Peter Barker, Thomas Stubbing]. Scale: Scale of one mile [1:11000] with dividers. Size: 65 x 85 cm. Materials: ink on parchment, 2 sheets now parted. Centred on: SK060810 Notes: cardinal points in margin...

c1690

D239/M/E/5467

A survey of the king's and tenants' common - by Samuel Hutchinson

Microfilmed M721


This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


A Survey of the Kings and Tennants Commons from Womens Cross to Castor Clough of Chapel [en le] Frith in Derby. To Thos. Bagshaw Esqr. is humbly presented by Sam. Hutchinson [1713?]. Surveyor: Samuel Hutchinson. Scale: illegible [1:7600]. Size: 25 x 61 cm. Materials: ink on parchment. Centred on: SK030780 Notes: top of sheet west...

c.1713

D239/M/E/5475

Survey of the demesnes of Mote [Mott] Hall, property of Thomas Bagshaw - by Peter Barker of Darley

This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


A survey of the demaines of Mote Hall in Atlow belonging to Thomas Bagshaw gentleman. 1676. Surveyor: Peter Barker of Darley. Scale: 48 poles according to 12 in an inch, in decimals 300 links in an inch. [1:2400] Size: 56 x 54 cm. Materials: ink and paint on parchment. Centred on: SK25486 Notes: decorative coloured 32 point compass rose, cardinal...

1676

D239/M/E/5476

Map of the Mott Farm

This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


[Parish of Atlow]. A mapp of the Mott Farm. [1700 - 1725?]. Surveyor: Richard Smith the measurer. Scale: of 15 [chains 1:3200] with dividers: on a separate piece of parchment glued onto the map. Size: 45 x 58 cm. Materials: coloured ink on parchment. Centred on: SK225486 Notes: compass rose, north at top. Shows 169 acres named closes with acreage...

Late 17th-early 18th cent

D258/7/4/2

Plan of Philip Gell's estate at Hognaston, by Samuel Hutchinson.

Scale approx 1": 6 chains 55cm × 78cm


This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


A survey of lands in Hognaston the estate of the Hon'ble Sir Phillip Gell. 1710. Surveyor: Samuel Hutchinson. Scale: of 10 chains [1:4000] .Size: 42 x 67 cm. Materials: parchment, coloured but very faded, colouring according to tenant. Centred on: SK235505 Notes: north at top of sheet. Shows Hognaston Church in...

1710

D258/10/86/50

Stretch Plan of [lead] veins by Edward Collinson, Thomas Chadwicke and Edward Hutchinson - shows Tomlinsons Founder and Walkers Grove. 37cm × 38cm. No scale

This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


Sketch plan of veins by Edward Collinson, Thomas Chadwick and Edward Hutchinson [?1676]. Surveyor: Edward Collinson, Thomas Chadwick, Edward Hutchinson. Scale: no scale shown. Size: 37 x 30 cm. Materials: ink on paper. Notes: south at top. Shows Tomkosons Founder, Walkers Grove, Eaton's Founder, Tinkers Founder. Location: DRO, D258/10/86/50

1676?

D258/14/14/8

Plan of area around Hopton Hall

This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


endorsed 'Survey of land adjoing Hopton Hall'[18c]. Scale: no scale shown. Size: 30 x 28 cm. Materials: ink on paper. Centred on: SK255533 Notes: no compass rose, north at top. Shows 20 acres with Hopton Hall (not named) and buildings: Carsington Gate, Turnpike to Wirksworth, garden, paddock, Ox pasture and pond, Hill top: 'P.Gell esq. exclusive use...

18th cent

D258/17/24/3

Griffe Grange lead mining map, showing veins in work. Scale 6 chains: 1 inch

Size 40 × 32 cm

This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


Griffe Grange lead mining map showing veins in work. 1725. Scale: of 10 chains [1:5250]. Size: 40 x 30 cm. Materials: ink on paper, partly coloured green. Centred on:SK244559 Notes: north at top. Shows gates, adjoining moors and pastures. Location DRO, D258/17/24/3

1725

D258/18/6/14

Draft survey map of lands in Wirksworth-marked with tenants' names and field names and showing roads and paths

[?by Samuel Hutchinson as D258/18/6/1-13].

No scale, size 90 × 77.5 cm


This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


Wirksworth Rough Draft [1709]. Surveyor:Samuel Hutchinson..Scale: no scale shown. Size: 86 x 75 cm. Materials: ink on paper, conserved under plastic Centred on: SK286539 Notes: cardinal points on edges, north at top. Shows estate land, strips in open fields, named closes: church...

?c1709

D258/18/6/15-21

Draft survey maps of small areas mapped on D258/18/6/14 endorsed with calculations, including

D258/18/6/15 Enlargement of town areas of D258/18/6/14

[By Samuel Hutchinson]

No scales given, sizes vary up to 41 × 32 cm

These maps are described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


[Wirksworth Rough Drafts 1709]. Surveyor:.Samuel Hutchinson. Scale: no scale shown. Size: 26 x 30 cm. Materials: ink on paper. Centred on: SK286539 Notes: no orientation. Rough sketchof houses and plots in Wirksworth: rough terrier, no key: no names on plots: calculations on reverse. Location: DRO, D258/18/6/15


[Wirksworth Rough Drafts 1709...

c1709

D258/18/6/22-23

Draft survey maps of lands in Carsington, giving tenants, field names and acreages and with calculations and notes by Samuel Hutchinson

D258/18/6/22 The map has been extended by attaching part of a private letter

No scales, sizes 4 × 32 cm and 34 × 31 cm


These maps are described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


Mr. Sam'l Hutchinson's Rough Survey map of Car'ton. [1709]. Surveyor: Samuel Hutchinson. Scale: no scale shown. Size: 38.5 x 33.5 cm. Materials: ink on paper. Centred on: SK252534 Notes: no orientation. Shows fields, areas and...

[c1709]

D258/18/23/1

Rough plan of Godbehere Vein, Shore Vein, Grant Veine and the Gang. Size 16 × 24 cm

This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


Rough plan of Godbeheare Vein, Shore Vein and The Gang. 17c. Scale: no scale shown. Size: 16 x 24 cm. Materials: ink on paper. Centred on: SK2855 Notes: northward, eastward, southward, westward marked on edges: endorsed 'John Gell, Brnt. at Hopton': some calculations and notes about Holland manor on reverse. Location: DRO, D258/18/23/1

17th cent

D258/20/27/1-26

Papers relating to purchase by Philip Gell from John Stuffin of his estate in Hopton, Callow, Carsington and Wirksworth, with some papers whose connection with the Stuffin/Gell conveyance is uncertain, 1674, 1687-1698 and undated

Including

D258/20/27/2 Particulars of estate to be conveyed nd

D258/20/27/3-5 Levies on Hopton for highway maintenance, maintenance of the poor, repair of Wirksworth church 1693, 1693/4 and nd

D258/20/27/6-11 Particulars of Stuffin's estate nd, 1694, 1696

D258/20/27/12 Mrs Stuffin's case and title including brief pedigree (3 Jas [1605]-1677) 1694/5

D258/20/27/16 Assessment for expenses of high constable, constable and poor relief, Callow Jun 1695

D258/20/27/17 Inventory of goods and heirlooms in Stuffin's house bought by Gell [c1696]

D258/20/27/21 Poor rate assessment Hopton, Oct 1696

D258...

1674-1698

D258/22/11

Plan of Carsington inc references to changes after enclosure; ink on paper. No scale

Size 30 × 39 cm

This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


[Carsington village and closes] [16--]. Scale: no scale [1:3500]. Size: 31 x 39 cm. Materials: ink on paper. Centred on: SK252534 Notes: top of sheet south. Schematic plan of crofts, roads including Carsington Town Street, Ashbourne Way, Hopton Street with adjacent closes: named fields, personal names in crofts: houses, rough stylised plan: apparently...

17th cent

D258/23/11/8

Plan showing Jessop's Pingle, Hognaston and road to it

Scale 2½ chains: 1 inch. Size 30 × 11 cm

This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


Jessops Pingle 1731/2. Surveyor:[Samuel Hutchinson]. Scale: of 5 chains [1:1200]. Size: 11 x 15 cm. Materials: parchment, faded where coloured. Centred on: SK235515 Notes: 2 acres, north at top. Jessop's Pingle adjacent to The Old Field and Mr Gell's land: endorsed 'Feb 5th 1731/2'. Location: DRO, D258/23/11/8

1731/2

D258/23/11/9

Plan of Jessop's Pingle, Hognaston

Scale 1½ chains: 1 inch. Size 12 × 17 cm

This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


Jessops Pingle 1731/2. Surveyor:[Samuel Hutchinson] Scale: of 5 chains [1:2000] Size: 30 x10 cm. Materials: ink on paper. Centred on: SK235515 Notes: 2 acres with access road marked in red. Location: DRO, D258/23/11/9

18th cent

D258/24/26/1-3

Rough estate plans of Hopton, with terrier, by Samuel Hutchinson

For copy, see Microfilm M/851


This map is in three parts, described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:

Mr Samll Hutchinsons rough [draft?] the Survey of Hopton. [1709]. Surveyor:Samuel Hutchinson. Size: 37 x 31 cm. Materials: ink on paper. Centred on: SK 259532 Notes: 3 sheets: no field-names: lands in open fields. Location: DRO, D258/24/26/1-3

1709

D258/24/26/6-10

Rough estate plans of Hope by Samuel Hutchinson

This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


Endorsed 'Mr. Sam. Hutchinsons Rough Drafts of Hope Survey. Hope Survey 1709' Surveyor: Samuel Hutchinson. Scale: no scale [1:50000]. Size: 30 x 38 cm., 5 sheets. Materials: ink on paper. Centred on: SK172835 Notes: shows named closes and open field with lands (dotted lines), areas, tenants, adjoining owners: buildings, streams, paths noted, some...

1709

D258/32/7/2-4

Plans of division of the Hill at Kniveton by Henry Huss and Paul Grice

Scale 1 cm: 1½ chains. Size 60 × 30cm

This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


[Partition of pasture ground commonly called the Hill] survay'd and prepared by us Henry Huss [of Derby], Paul Grice [of Derby] [April 1699]. Surveyor:.Henry Huss, Paul Grice. Scale: of 20 chains [1:3200]. Size: 30 x 60 cm. Materials: coloured ink on parchment. Centred on: SK2150 Notes: east at top of sheet. Shows about 185 acres between Kniveton...

1690

D258/33/14/14

Plan of Griffe Grange. Scale approx ¼ inch: 10 perches. Size 38 × 26 cm

This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


[Plan of Griffe Grange 17c]. Scale: of perches [1:7900].Size: 37 x 25.5 cm. Materials: ink on paper. Centred on: SK244559 Notes: compass rose. Sketch plan, 168 acres, showing the 'Griffe Sheep Walk or that part of it that is not enclosed' and 'The inclosed Part of the Griffe' including 'Hopton Moor, Porthway, Harbour Hill, Mootloe, the wall betwixt...

17th cent

D258/35/25

Plan of "Carsington Pasture quartered 7 October" showing rights of way and field names and extents. No scale. Size 42 × 32 cm

This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


Carsington Pasture quartured xber 7o 1665. Scale: no scale shown [1:3200]. Size: 32 x 42 cm. Materials: ink on paper. Centred on: SK237528 Notes: no orientation, north to top. Sketch plan, 171 acres, showing division by fences drawn as 'xxx ...', into 'Greeves qr., Channell Meddow, Long landes qr., Milkeing place'; also named closes, 'Ashborne way...

1665

D258/35/26/1-2

Rough plans of Ashleyhay estates showing field names and extents. Includes particulars of Medow Farm. No Scale. Size 36 × 40 cm

This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


Endorsed on reverse 'Ashlehay' n.d. [c1709] Surveyor: [S.Hutchinson] Scale: no scale [1:5000]. Size: 36 x 40 cm. Materials: ink on paper. Centred on: SK295505. Notes: estate plan, 172 acres, includes area Brownhouse Farm and Norman Hill Farm, 2 farmsteads shown in elevation; woods, paths, stream: closes with single line boundary, field-names, area...

c1709

D258/35/26/3

Rough plan of lower end of Green Fairfield

This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


No title [lower end of Green Fairfield, other of ye Nether Town etc.]. Surveyor: [Samuel Hutchinson c1709]. Scale: no scale shown. Size: 32 x 40 cm. Materials: ink on paper, repaired. Centred on: SK0774 Notes: shows named closes with areas, 83 acres, adjoining owners, lands in open field with dotted lines, house close to 'Town Street': area...

c1709

D258/35/33/1-2

Rough estate plans. No scales. Various sizes; Hognaston

These maps are described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


Hognaston. R[ough] Draft [1709] Surveyor: [Sam. Hutchinson]. Size: 35 x 30 cm. Materials: ink on paper. Centred on: SK235515 Notes: rough paper sketch of 'Wm. Truman Abbots Closes': calculations all over both sides. Location:DRO, D258/35/33/1


Hognaston. R[ough] Draft [1709] Surveyor: [Sam. Hutchinson]. Scale: no scale shown. Size: 35 x 30 cm...

1709

D258/35/33/7-9

Rough estate plans. No scales. Various sizes; Kirk Ireton

These maps are described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


Ireton Rough Drafts [1709]. Surveyor:[Sam. Hutchinson]. Scale: no scale shown. Materials: ink on paper. Centred on: SK250503 Notes: south-east at top of sheet. Shows area of The Hays between Hognaston and Kirk Ireton, about 50 acres, fields named and acreage given: adjoining landowners named, Scoolbrook [Scow Brook], footpath 'from Wirksworth to...

1709

D258/35/33/10-11

Rough estate plans. No scales. Various sizes; Ible

Copies Information

Microfilm M851


These maps are described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


Drafts for Ible [1709]. Surveyor:[Sam. Hutchinson]. Size:30 x 39 cm. Materials: ink on paper. Centred on: SK2557 Notes: closes, Back of the Hill, Broad Meadow and some of Robert Spencer's strips as below: 2 sheets. Location: DRO, D258/35/33/10(i) and (ii)


Ible Towne Street [1709]. Surveyor: Samuel Hutchinson...

1709

D258/35/33/12-16

Rough estate plans. No scales. Various sizes; Bakewell (with calculations)

These maps are described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The descriptions read as follows:


Endorsed 'Bakewell' [n.d.1709]. Surveyor: [Samuel Hutchinson]. Scale: no scale shown. Size: 57 x 50cm. Materials: ink on paper. Centred on: SK210691. Notes: shows strips in open fields, some houses by 'Parsnidg Yard': roads to Ashford and Bakewell, R. Wye, Great and Little Lumford with mill and weir: calculationes around edge and Memo 're surveying...

1709

D258/35/33/17-20

Rough estate plans. No scales. Various sizes; Kniveton

This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


Kneiveton R[ough] Drafts [1709]. Surveyor:[Sam. Hutchinson]. Scale: no scale shown. Size:various. Materials: ink on paper. Centred on: SK2150 Notes: rough estate plans, 4 sheets, various sizes. Location: DRO, D258/35/33/17-20

1709

D258/41/23/1-2

Printed plans of the intended canal from Chesterfield to the River Trent near Stockwith, Nottinghamshire.

[The route is via Workshop and Retford, Nottinghamshire. The plans show nearby places, roads and rivers, industrial and mining works.]

Surveyed in 1769

Scale 1 mile: 1 inch, size 34 × 17 inches (85 × 44 cms), coloured

John Varless `delin' [cartographer] Thomas Kitchin engraver


This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


A plan of the intended Navigable Canal from Chesterfield to the River...

c.1769

D258/41/27

A Survey and Plan of Three farms at Ible, the property of Sir Philip Gell, by Samuel Hutchinson

Copies Information

Microfilm M 851


This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


A Survey and Platt of three farms in Ible, within the Parish of Wirksworth and County of Derby. The Estate of the Honr. Sr. Phillip Gell, Bart. Saml. Hutchinson. 1710. Surveyor:Samuel Hutchinson. Scale: of ten chains [1:2400] with dividers. Size: 56 x 69 cm. Materials: coloured ink on vellum. Centred on: SK2557...

1710

D258/41/28/1

Plan of Mr Stufing's house, garden and orchard and part of his lands near his house in Hopton. Shows external view of the house and nearby buildings, area of walnut trees, the Town Street, lane, brooks (one a boundary between Hopton and Calow) gives field names, acreage

Scale 1 inch: 18 poles, Size 23 × 22 inches (58 × 55.5 cms). Parchment, coloured, compass. For copy, see CD389

See D258/20/27/25 and D258/20/26/1-20 for related material


This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


A schemar draft of Mr Stufings house garden and orchard and part of his lands near his house in Hopton in the County of Darby. Observed Anno. Dom. MDCLXXXIIII [1684] Surveyor:[Peter Barker?]. Scale: a skale of 18 poles [1:800] with dividers. Size: 58 x 55.5 cm., irregular. Materials...

1684

D258/41/28/2

Map of Hopton and part of Callow giving field names and farmhouse owners; houses shown in elevation inc Hopton Hall; includes plan of gardens, orchard, walnut trees, well and smithy

Surveyor: ?Peter Barker, Scale ?2½ chains: 1 inch, Size 63 × 53 cms. Parchment [aperture card D2349 Z/Z 10]

See D258/20/27/25 and D258/20/26/1-20 for related material


This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


[Hopton. c1680] Surveyor: [Peter Barker?] Scale: of 5 ?chains [1:1050] with dividers. Size: 52 x 65 cm. Materials: ink and paints on parchment. Centred on: SK259532 Notes: compass rose, south-west at top of sheet. Shows village with lands between 'Highway to Callow' on east and 'row of trees...

c.1680

D258/41/32

Plan of Hognaston Old ... (missing). [An old list described this as a plan of Hognaston Old Field] surveyed by .... [missing although the letters `inson' are still discernible, Apr

A later hand has written `Hutchinson' by the surveyor's name and also written over now illegible or partially illegible names and the marking `Footway ?to Wirksworth'

Triangulation marked. No scale, Size 45 × 58 cms. Coloured, parchment

This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


A Plan of Hognaston Old Field ... April 1732. Surveyor:[Samuel Hutch]inson. Scale: barely legible, possibly 5 chains to 1 inch [1:4000]. Size: 58 x 44.5 cm. Materials: coloured paint on parchment, badly deteriorated. The coloured paint and pencil lines remain whilst the main (ink?) lines are lost. Centred on: SK235515 Notes: sketch plan, some owners...

1732

D258/41/35

Rough map of Hopton. No scale, Size 51 × 57 cms. Paper

This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


No title [18c]. Scale:no scale shown. Size: 50 x 58 cm. Materials: ink on linen backed paper. Centred on: SK255538 Notes:no orientation, possibly north at top. Rough plan of fields with acreages, 1 field named Longsdon Field, 27 acres, 'to Ible' noted on right-hand side. Location:DRO, D258/41/35

18th cent

D258/69/1

Plan `A survey of lands in Carsington in the county of Derby, the estate of Sir Philip Gell Bt.' Surveyor: Samuel Hutchinson

From Knockadown [SE] to Blagreave Bank [N] to Horsted Lane [W] and Hognaston Old Field [S] field names, some owners and acreages given

Roads and adj liberties shown

Compass rose. Schedule [faint]

Scale: 5 chains: 1 in

Parchment [worn]


This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


A Survey of Lands in Carsington 1711 The Estate of Sir Phillip Gell. Surveyor: Sam. Hutchinson. Scale: of 5 chains to...

1711

D267/69/1

Map of wastes and commons in Castleton

Description from Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012):


A Map or draft of all the wasts and commons belonging to the Towne and Liberties of Castleton as it is now Divided among the Freeholders and Coppyholders of the said town and liberties of Castleton according to their Majesties writt of partition the third day of September in the third yeare of their Ma:ties Reigne and in the yeare of our Lord 1691. By us Luke Leigh, Edm: Hall, Surveyors. Surveyors...

1681

D267/UL

Pashley family

Miscellaneous papers relating to N E Derbyshire inc. coal mining, lead mining, Brampton Pottery, estate surveys, household accounts, turnpikes, Chesterfield Parish Records, misc. parish material, maps and plans, Chesterfield Canal, Brampton Mechanics Institute, Titus Wheatcroft


Some items in this collection are described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


A Map or draft of all the wasts and commons...

nd

D293/1

Plan of the manor of Croxall showing part of the estates of the Earl of Dorset and Middlesex, with field names, acreages, notes of acreages ploughed; modern pencil notes on state of cultivation, parchment, coloured

This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


The Manor of Croxal in Darby-shire Being part of ye Possessions of ye Right Honnorabble Charles earle of Dorset and Middlesex. n.d. [18th c.] Scale:of 40 chains [1:4000]. Size: 71 x 90 cm. Materials: coloured ink on stiff thick parchment. Centred on: SK196138 Notes: compass rose. Shows 1349 acreswith named fields, numbered and areas given: rivers Mese...

18 cent

D307/UL

Thornhill family of Great Longstone: Unlisted material

Including;- bastardy settlements, maps, DP Battery Calendars, miscellaneous local history papers, maps, newscuttings, parish magazines, sale catalogues, textiles, unidentified family photographs, deeds and personal correspondence, miscellaneous prints and drawings, notes produced by R Thornhill, and other unlisted archives. May also include records relating to the Liberal Unionist and Unionist parties in West Derbyshire.


This unlisted collection also includes a map described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold...

nd

D331/14/4

Plan showing Gilbert Soresby's common piece and his `Reldions' on Brailsford Green measured by Mr Beeton of Radburn [Radburne] and set out by him. Scale 1 inch: 2 chains. Size 20cm ×

15cm

This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


[Parish of Brailsford]. Endorsed 'Gilbert Soresby's Common Piece and his Reldions on Brailsford Green measured by Mr Beeton of Radbourne and set out by him a little after Michaelmas 1764'. Surveyor: Beeton [J.Beighton]. Scale: 1" to a chain [1:790]. Size: 20 x 15 cm. Materials: ink on paper. Centred on: SK243422 Notes: no orientation, north at top...

1764

D369/G/Maps/4

Copy map of part of Melbourne, Microfilm M 721

Please use microfilm copy on M/721


This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


[Melbourne] [c1631]. Scale: no scale shown. Size: 60 x 66 cm. Materials: coloured ink on linen backed paper. Centred on: SK389250 Notes: no orientation, south at top. Shows Melbourne Pool, Melbourne Wood, Castle orchard, stylised houses in Melbourne town, some fields and roads named, occupiers named on plots, no...

1625

D369/G/Maps/13

Survey of the Derwent by George Sorocold (copy)

This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


A Survey of the River Derwent in the County of Derby together with the intended Cutts for making the same Navigable by Geo. Sorocold Gent. [c1700] Surveyor: George Sorocold.Scale: of 200 yards [1:19200] Size: 65 x 23 cm. Materials: ink on paper, conserved under plastic sheet. Centred on: SK3636 Notes: compass rose, SSW at top of sheet. Shows R...

[c. 1700]

D369/G/Maps/16

Copy map of part of Melbourne, Microfilm M721

Please use microfilm copy on M/721


This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


no title [1734] Scale: of 10 chains [1:3200]. Size: 60 x 75 cm. Materials: coloured ink on paper. Centred on: SK3924 Notes: SE at top at top. Shows the Great Pool, Charnells Park, Old Pool and some strips beside the Park: possibly part of another map.Location: original not traced; copy in: DRO, 369/Maps 16; DRO...

1734

D369/G/ZE/92

Description of the rights, privileges and boundaries of Wigwell Grange in the parish of Wirksworth, according to the old terrier of the Abbot of Darley. Including plan, no scale

This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


The Rights Priviledges and Boundaries of Wigwall Grange according to the old Terrier of the Abbot of Derby ... as appears by the Decree & Mapps ... [17--]. Scale:not to scale. Size: 34 x 20 cm. Materials: ink on parchment. Centred on: SK 305545 Notes: cardinal points at edges south at top. Rough sketch to show boundaries, river Derwent to Wigwell...

[18th Cent]

D393/1

"An Exact Mapp of Risley and Breaston", surveyed by Matts. Aston, scale 20 perches : 1 inch, parchment mounted on linen, 60 inches x 30 inches. Hand coloured, field names and acreages of owners' fields, owners' names in other closes, stylised buildings and animals. Border of stylised flowering trees. Scale beside drawing of surveyor holding a pair of dividers. Arms of Aston baronetcy.

See CD 296

Aperture card D2349 Z/Z 10 For copy, see CD/385

This document is number 11 in Derbyshire Record Office’s “50 Treasures” selection. For more information, click the link below.


This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


An exact map of Risley and Breaston Survey'd by Matts. Aston. 1722. Surveyor:Matthew Aston. Scale: of 100 perches [1:4000]. A small pair of dividers is held over the scale...

1722

D451/ZZ/1

Tracing of a map of South Normanton by John Halton, surveyor, 1699. Size of copy: 47in x 31in. Scale of original 20ch : 1 mile.

Fields numbered, some named, strips shown; some owner's names; Normanton Moor and windmill shown; houses shown in elevation; some fields marked 'free'; Glebe, woodland, roads inc. Archer Lane, and gates marked.


This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


A MAPPE of the Lordshippe of S:Normanton in Com.Derb. taken Ao. DOMI. 1699; by John Halton. Surveyor:John Halton. Scale: of 20 chains or...

(1967)

D465/Z/1

Copy of plan of Carter Hall Estate, Eckington, the property of Thomas Stott, with elevation of the east side of Carter Hall, by William Fairbank, surveyor, 1754. Scale 27 inches: 1 mile. Coloured. Original: 1754, Copy: 1905.

This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


A Map of Carter Hall Estate in the County of Derby, the property of Thos. Stott. Survey'd by Wm. Fairbank. 1754. Omnibus una quies, operum labor omnibus unus. Surveyor:William Fairbank. Scale: of forty perches on an eighth of an English Mile [1:2400]. Size: 56 x 41 cm. Materials: coloured ink on paper. Centred on: SK391818 Notes: compass rose, top of...

1754 (1905)

D491/A/PZ/1

Winster enclosure award and plan surveyed by W. Brailsford

This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


Winster Moor. The several Allotments herein referred to in the foregoing award. By S. Brailsford. 1764. Surveyor: Samuel Brailsford. Scale: of 20 chains [1:3200] with dividers. Size: 63 x 55 cm. Materials: ink and watercolours on vellum. Centred on: SK242595 Notes: compass rose. Enclosure map accompanying attached award, 310 acres, closes with...

1764

D504/2/22/2

Plan of Winster Moor allotment

This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


Winster Moor surveyed and dividedby W. Brailsford 1761. Scale:4 chains to the inch [1:3200]. Size: 75 x 60 cm. Materials: coloured ink on cloth backed paper. Centred on: SK242595 Notes: compass rose, north at top. Shows Bank Pasture, 500 acres, church and 3 other houses, roads, Shothouse Spring, Town pond: allotments to various landowners. Location...

1761

D504/45/1

Map showing the common or waste-land belonging to Wormhill

This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


[The commons and wasts belonging to Wormhill] 1675. Surveyor: Peter Barker. Scale: no scale shown. Size: 41 x 33 cm. Materials: faded sepia ink on paper, some colour. Centred on: SK1175 Notes: compass directions written in margins, east at top. Sketch map showing 'the whole of the commons and wastes belonging to Wormhill, 888.3.6 acres, of the best...

1675

D504/195/1

Survey plan of Ashford Lordship

Showing demesne, freehold and copyhold lands. Surveyed in 1752 by Samuel Brailsford, examined and signed by jurors of the Duke of Devonshire's court baron on 13 May 1756. Scale 1 inch: 4 chains.

94cm x 138cm


This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


Ashford Lordship. Belonging to the most Noble William Duke of Devonshire. Survey'd and Laid down by a scale of Four Chain in an Inch by...

1752

D504/B/LP/11

Principal veins of lead ore in the liberties of Haddon, Hartle, Youlgreave and Birchover, and principal soughs driven and driving, taken for the use of the Duke of Rutland, by J Nuttall

Scale: 6 3/4 inches: 1 mile

Surveyed in 1766 by J Southern

[includes photocopies - full references D504/B/LP/11/a-b]


This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


A plan of the Principal Veins of Lead Ore in the Liberties of Haddon, Hartle, Youlgreave, Stanton etc. etc. And also the Principal Soughs that have been driven and are now driving for the Unwatering of the same. Taken for the use of...

1768

D504/B/LP/12

Copy of plan of Haddon, Hartle, Youlgreave and Stanton, showing veins, shafts and soughs

Two scales of meers: 29 yard meer in Youlgreave, 28 yard meer in Haddon and Hartle. Approx. 1 inch : 4 meers


In two parts, D504/B/LP/12a and D504/B/LP/12b. These items are described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


Haddon, Hartle, Youlgreave [172-?]. Centred on: SK215650 Notes: inaccurate compass rose. Plan of named closes with line and hedge boundaries: houses in distinctive perspective: Youlgreave...

20th cent

D504/B/LP/13

Copy of 18th cent sketch plan, in connection with legal dispute, of Foolow - Eyam Dale area, showing rakes, boundary stones, and wall erected by plaintiff

This copy is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


[Foolow sketch plan in connection with a legal dispute. ?17/18c.]. Scale: no scale shown. Size: 30 x 38 cm. Materials: [photocopy, ink on paper]. Centred on: SK194778 Notes: north at top. Shows 'wall erected by plaintiff': Foolow with stylized houses, Eyam Dale Head, Farnley Dale, Water grove, the double ditch, Castle Gate, heaps of stones. Location...

[18th cent.]

D504/B/LP/14

Mining liberty adjoining Stanton Common

Scale [Approx.]: 19 inches : 1 mile


This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


A Plan of the Mining Liberty adjoining Stanton Common[18c.]. Scale: of fathoms. Size: 88 x 66 cm. Materials: coloured ink on paper, conserved onto card. Centred on: SK235647. Notes: compass rose, south-east at top. Shows Lathgill Water, Liberty bounded in red: lead veins marked with roman letters, some named, Flagg...

[18th cent.]

D504/B/LP/15

Stoneylee and Greenfield Mines

Scale: 3 1/2 inches : 2 [28 yards] meers


This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


Greenfield Pasture and other lands [18thc]. Scale: no scale shown. Size: 45 x 56 cm. Materials: ink on paper in three pieces, torn on folds. Centred on: SK225637 Notes: compass indicator, north-west at top. Rough sketch showing Birchover vein and other shafts and veins: stream dividing the lordships (Harthill...

[18th cent.]

D504/P/86

Plan of Knotley Park Estate belonging to John Bagshaw Esq. …& land at Muxta (sic) & Church Land in the holding of George Longdon. By John Bradley. This area is between Tideswell & Wormhill. The River Wye (named Wee on the plan) is on the southern boundary of the plan. No date but probably mid 18th century. No scale.

This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


A Survey of the Church Lands belonging to Wormhill by I. Bradley [17--]. Surveyor: I.Bradley. Scale: of two chains in an Inch [l:1600] with dividers. Size: 54 x 44 cm. Materials: watercolours on paper. Centred on: SK138733 Notes: compass rose, top of sheet west. Estate plan, 36 acres, showing area north of bridge over river Wye to 'Muxta' (Monk's Dale...

mid 18th cent

D504/P/87

"A Map of the Lands at Wormhill lying within the boundary of Fostry (?) Field & also lands ajoining with the parish of Tideswell. Surveyed for Richard Bagshaw Esq. by William Dickenson Anno 1742." Paper on linen back.

This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


A Map of sundry Lands lying within the Township of Wormhill in the Parish of Tideswell in the County of Derby appropriated for the use of the Chapel in Wormihill aforesaid. Surveyed by 1766. Surveyor: William Dickinson. Scale: of 10 Chains [1:3200]. Size: 59 x 78 cm. Materials: coloured ink on paper. Centred on: SK124740 Notes: cardinal points written...

1742

D505/72/8

Lands belonging to Sir John Rodes in his Manner of Barlborough, surveyed by Joseph Dickinson

A copy is available on CD 113


This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


[Parish of Barlborough]. A Map of all the Land belonging to Sr. John Rodes Bartt. in his Mannor of Barlborough in the County of Darby; Surveyed by Joseph Dickinson Anno 1723. Surveyor: Joseph Dickinson. Scale: of 20 Gunters chains four in an inch [1:3200] with dark green and red foliage and fine dividers. Size: 91 x 120...

1723

D505/72/10

Copy estate survey[?] map of Elmton and Cresswell

This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


Map of Elmton and Cresswell [on label].Scale: no scale shown. Size: 59 x 43 cm. Materials: ink with some colour, on paper backed onto stiff linen card. Centred on: SK505736 Notes: no orientation. Shows buildings in plan, roads, watercourses and fields: reference numbers but no key: some strips of land and plots coloured: no date, 18c in style...

[late 18th cent.]

D511/P/1

Plan of an estate at Ireton Wood.

This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


A Map of Joshua Wigley's estate at Ireton Wood [c1770]. Scale: no scale shown. Size: 36 x 46 cm. Materials: ink on linen backed paper, some colour. Centred on: SK279479 Notes: well drawn map of small estate, 42 acres in three parcels, some field names, a house in elevation, a lane and gates: notes added about allotment in lieu of common. Location:DRO...

[c1700]

D517/BOX/A

Box A - Family papers and correspondence

Includes the following item described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


DRO, D517M Box A 10/12 - [Heanor, No title]. [c1750] Scale: no scale shown. Size: 30 x 19 cm. Materials: ink on watermarked paper. Centred on: SK435455 Notes: cardinal points named, north at top. Well drawn sketch of house with other houses alongside The Mar Pool, with gardens and Langley Common.

 

D517/BOX/R19

Box XIX

Includes the following item described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


DRO, D517M Box 19 Bundle 5 - [Heanor, No title]. [18c.] Scale: no scale shown. Size: 24 x 47 cm. Materials: ink over pencil on paper. Centred on: SK452476 Notes: no orientation, west at top. Rough sketch map shows Heanor church, the Mar Pool and River Erewash. 34 acres in Mr. Calthorp's estate at Miln Hey: some enclosures on Langley...

 

D517/BOX/R21

Box XXI - Heanor

Includes the following item described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


D517 Box 21 Bundle 4/29bA - Plan of the road leading from Smalley through the late Mr. Richardson's Estate to Noon's farm in the County of Derby Surveyed Jan. 10th 1764. Surveyor: [J.] Beighton. Scale: of 10 chains [1:2400] Size: 41 x 27 cm. Materials: ink on parchment, road coloured. Centred on: SK414440. Notes: compass rose, east...

 

D547/P/1

Lands at Romeley belonging to Mr. Thomas Wright, giving field names and acreage

Scale: 2½ ins. to 1 mile


This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


A Mapp of Rominley containing 261 acres 3 roods 15 perches belonging to Mr Tho: Wright surveyed in the year 1711 by Robert Willson Surveyor:Robert Willson. Scale: 40 poles to 1/8 mile [1:3200]. Size: 70 x 47 cm. Materials: black ink on parchment, damaged on folds and edges. Centred on: SK470755 Notes: compass rose. Shows...

1711

D547/P/2

Plan of some inclosure at Romeley belonging to Mr Wright giving field names and acreage

Scale: 4 chains to 1 inch


This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


A plan of some Inclosure at Romley belonging to Mr Wright, which he Bought of Ld Bathurst Taken May 1st 1741 By Wm. Hargrave. Surveyor:William Hargrave. Scale: The Scale of 40 in the Inch or 4 chains in ye Inch numbered 0-15 [1:3200]. Size: 43 x 26 cm. Materials: coloured ink on paper. Centred on: SK472745 Notes: compass...

1741

D547/P/3

Land belonging to Thomas Wright, giving field names and acreage

Scale: 2 chains to 1 inch


This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


A Survey of Land at Romley belong: to Mr Wright. Taken May ye 1st 1741. By Wm. Hargrave. Surveyor:William Hargrave. Scale: This plan being drawn from the scale of 20 perches in the Inch [l:4000] Size: 27 x 43 cm. Materials: ink on paper, lightly coloured. Centred on: SK470746 Notes: compass rose, top at NNW. Shows 10 acres...

1741

D547/P/4

Lands in Romeley giving field names and acreage

no scale


This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


Endorsement on back 'An old Map of Romely, corrected Decr. 12., 1746'. Size: 35 x 79 cm. Materials: sepia ink on paper backed on paper. Centred on: SK 472745 Notes: no orientation. Rough sketch, 262 acres, of named closes with areas, reference numbers and letters: no key or terrier. Location: DRO, D547 M/P4

1746

D547/P/5

Lands in Clowne belonging to [Thomas] Wright and Vannam Clayton, giving field names and acreage

Scale: 4 ins. to ¼ mile


This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


A Survey of Several Lands of Mrs. Wrights and Several Lands of Mr Claytons; In and about Clown, Mr Wrights being Collered with yellow Containing 126 acres, 3 roods 04 perches, Mr Claytons being Collered with Green and Containing 90 acres, 1 rood, 39 perches Surveyed by R. Willson, 1713. Surveyor: Robert Willson. Scale: of 80...

1713

D547/P/6-7

Two plans of Thomas Wright's and [Vannam] Clayton's lands in Clowne, giving field names and acreage

Scale: 4 ins. to ¼ mile


These items are described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


A Survey of Several parts of Mr. Wrights Lands and Several parts of Mr. Claytons Lands in and about Clown: Mr Wrights being distinguished by Yellow and Containing 23 acres, 1 rood, 25 perches And Mr. Claytons by Green and containing 25 acres, 0 rood, 03 perches. Surveyed by R. Willson. 1713. Surveyor:Robert Willson.Scale...

1713

D741/1/1

Map of the estate of Revd Mr Samuel Pegg at Osmaston near Ashbourne, dated 1735, with manuscript note that 12 acres 2 roods 17 perches purchased by Samuel Pegg from his ‘brother Ward’ have been added, 28 Apr 1741.

Separate fields with owners, shown.

Some houses in elevation esp on Town St. Roads inc: Wyaston to Osmaston roads, Ashbourne Road, Derby Road, ‘Salter’s Road’.

Inset: schedule.

Surveyor: Philip Hutchinson. Scale: 2 ins: 5 chains. Size 42cm x 162 in height x 73cm. Parchment, colour


This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


A Survey of the estate of the Revd. Samuel Pegg at Osmaston...

1735-1741

D747/A/PI/12/1

Ashford and Sheldon enclosure plan

This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


A Map of the Allotments of the Common and Common Pastures of Ashford and Sheldon in the County of Derby as the same were laid out and allotted in the Year 1767. Scale: of 33 chains [1:6400] Size: 60 x 82 cm. Materials: ink on parchment, some colour, wrapped into bundle with award. Centred on: SK182698. Notes: 8 point compass rose, top of sheet NNE...

1767

D749/UL

Clients of Messrs Eddowes, Simm & Waldron of Derby, solicitors

Including, title deeds. See searchroom supervisor for interim list


This unlisted collection includes some maps described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


[Parish of Brassington]. A Mapp of Ho Grange. n.d. [18c.] Scale: of 14 [?chains 1:3200] with dividers. Size: 55 x 47cm. Materials: sepia ink and colour on linen backed paper. Centred on: SK215558 Notes: compass rose, north at top. Shows about 178...

nd

D769/B/12/5

Box 5

[page from interim list containing this box list is missing]


This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


Codnor Park Described 1722. Size: 20 x 18 cm. Materials: sepia ink on paper. Centred on: SK435499 Notes: east at top. Shows 958 acres with named fields, areas and reference numbers: streams, roads, trees and a mill: houses in perpective: adjoining landowners: some later lettering added...

 

D769/B/13/1/29

Shardlow, Mr Cowlishaw's separate lands

This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


A Plan of Mr Cowlishaw's Separate Lands at Shardlow. n.d. [18c.] Scale: no scale shown. Size: 81 x 62 cm. Materials: ink on parchment. Centred on: SK435305 Notes: no orientation. Shows separate holdings not apparently joining each other, about 104 acres, fields named with area: river Derwent, houses in plan, roads named 'Road to Willn', 'London road...

[early 19th cent]

D769/B/13/1/128

Manor of Bearwardcote with other lands in Findern and Mickleover, by William Fairbank, the property of Robert Newton esq with drawing of manor house

This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


[Bearwardcote]. A Map of the manor of Bearwardcourt or Barrocote in the Co. of Derby with other contiguous lands in the townships of Etwall and Mickleover, the property of Robert Newton esq. surveyed and drawn by Wm. Fairbank 1766. Surveyor:William Fairbank. Scale: of 20 chains [1:2260]. Size: 64 x 89 cm. Materials: ink and colour on parchment...

1766

D769/P/53

Plan of several pieces of land at Darley, the estate of Henry Thornhill

This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


A rough Plan of several pieces of land lying at Darley occupied by Henry Thornhill Esq. Surveyed by Beighton Jn 1764. Surveyor: J. Beighton. Scale: of 10 [chains 1:1600] Size: 50 x 47 cm. Materials: ink damaged paper, now in two pieces separated along central fold, colour on roads and boundaries. Centred on: SK275624 Notes: shows 37 acres of named...

1764

D809/A/PI/473

Sketch plan of the way to Potters Wood (see D809/A/PI/457)

This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


[No title 18c.]. Scale: no scale shown. Size: 15 x 18cm. Materials: [ink on tracing paper]. Centred on: SK273150 Notes: sketch plan of 6 closes, Mr. Greasley's Wood, Clarkes Farm and Tilly's Farm: notes 'This is a tracing of a plan of the way to and from Potter's Wood which is affixed to the Agreement between Tho. G. and Tho. S. and Robert Holden's...

18th cent

D841/P/1

A rough plan of the manor and parish of Shirland by James Crow and Thomas Marsh giving field names acreages and occupiers of each field. Scale 20 chains to 1 inch.

This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


A rough plan of the Manor and Parish of Shirland in the County of Derby. Surveyed in 1762 by James Crow and Thos. March. Surveyor: James Crew and Thomas March. Scale: of 20 poles in One Inch [1:4000]. Size: 130 x 110 cm. Materials: coloured ink on linen backed paper. Centred on: SK399585 Notes: top of sheet: NNW. Includes Shirland and Higham villages...

1762

D858/P/1

Plan of Lumsdale Cupola as divided between Messrs Whitfield, Boot and Woodward and George Norman (see D858/T/3-4)

Paper, 12" x 7 1/2 ", 1 chain to 1 in. Dated 17 Dec 1761


This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


Lombs Cupola with its appurtences.1761.Surveyor: J.Southern. Scale: of chains [1:800]. Size: 37 x 31 cm. Materials: sepia ink on paper, some colour, conserved on thin card. Centred on: SK315605 Notes:north at top. Shows brook with building alongside on top half of page: bottom half of page...

1761

D920/ZZ/1

Duchy of Lancaster map of Bradwell commons and waste, indicating houses and the "best, middle and works sorts" of land (photocopy, 1971)

This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


Bradwell Common. [1639?] Scale: no scale [1:12500]. Size: 45 x 54 cm. Materials: ink on paper, coloured paint for division boundaries. Centred on: SK175810 Notes: Cardinal points at the edges, but orientation is incorrect and variable, top of sheet south. Shows division of waste and commons, 1315 acres, on Bradwell Moor, with a small area Bradwell...

1971

D920/ZZ/2

Duchy of Lancaster map of Bradwell commons and waste by Peter Barker, again indicating houses and the "best, middle and worst sorts" of land, c1688 (photocopy, 1971)

This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


A map of the wast grounds and commons within the towne of Bradwall as they were surveyed and taken by me according to my best skill on Oath and since laid out and divided by the Commissioners directions into two Equall p[ar]ts quantity and quality considered. The Red Lines circumscribing the parts laid out for the King and marked with the letter R...

1971

D972/1

Plan of Kilburn inclosures, comprising part of the estate of William Hunter

Surveyed by Robert Blantun

Gives: field names and acreages


This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


A true Map of the Inclosure belonging to the Estate of Willm. Hunter [of?] Kilborn 1735 by Robt. Blantun. Surveyor:Robert Blunton. Scale: no scale on extant portion [1:800]. Size: 69 x 82 cm., irregular. Materials: coloured ink on parchment. Centred on: SK377458 Notes: west at top of sheet...

1735

D978/ME/12

Map of Edwin Lascelles’ Willersley estate by William Brailsford

Photocopied from an original dating from 1759


This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


Willersley Farm belonging to Edwin Lascelles Esq. by Wm. Brailsford 1759. Surveyor:William Brailsford. Scale: of chains [1:4800] with dividers. Size: 68 x 33 cm. Materials: [paper photocopy]. Centred on: SK299575. Notes: compass rose, east at top. Shows fields with hedged boundaries, named and area, trees...

20th cent

D1000/6/4

Plan of part of Cutthorpe. Property held by Cornelius Clarke in trust for nephew George Heathcote during minority

This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


A Survey of Cutthorpe in the Parish of Brampton in the County of Derby. Property held by Cornelius Clarke in trust for nephew George Heathcote during minority. [c1690]. Scale: of ye 4 pole chains [1:2400] Size: 41 x 33 cm. Materials: faded sepia ink on parchment with colour. Centred on: SK345735 Notes: compass rose, NNW to top. Shows named fields with...

c1690

D1086/1

Map showing part of Green Fairfield, probably for enclosure (photocopy of 17th cent document

This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


No title [Green Fairfield/Wormhill common17c.]. Scale: of perches according to the scale of 21 foot to the perch [1:10000]. Size: 30 x 61 cm. Materials: [black and white photocopy on 2 sheets]. Centred on: SK085748 Notes: sketch map, small portion stained, showing common pasture on Long Ridge from Long Dale to 'the commons belong to Chappel parishe...

[1972]

D1088/ME/93

Sketch plan of a perambulation of the bounds of Ashover, starting at the church and finishing at Stanedge

This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


Anno 1687 the inhabitants of Ashover being about 52 in number did go the boundaries according to this line beginning at the church and ending at Stanidge and did then pull down hyde's cross and ward's cross ?neare Doe Hole Lane and did also then discharge Joseph Baggerly and William Lovesby of Conylay [?Tansley] for getting turfs on the Back of Blake...

1687

D1088/ME/94

Sketch plan of the bounds of Ashover

This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


Observations made on the bounds of the parish of Ashover on the 5th day of May 1703, Ascension Day. Size: 15 x 22.5 cm. Materials: ink on parchment. Centred on: SK349631. Notes: no scale or north point. Shows parish church in elevation, places noted on route include Sandiford bridge, Shuckthorn cross, Crouder stone, Milken Lane and Stubbing Edge Lane...

1703

D1088/MP/1

A True Plan of the Lordship of Dethick belonging to the Right Worshipful Thomas Blackwell Esq

(as taken in the year 1635 by John Bunting) Draught Enlarged by Charles Clay.' Parchment, coloured, 32 in x 28.5 in, 16 yards (?) to 1 in [bird's eye views of the hall, chapel and 2 water mills]


This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


A True Plan of the Lordship of Dethick Belonging to the Right Worshipfull Thomas Blakwell Esq. (as taken in the year 1635 by John Bunting) Draught enlarged...

1718

D1088/MP/3

A survey of lands at Lea belonging to Mrs Hodgkinson (Lea Town Head Farm)

surveyed by John Halton, 12 Apr . Parchment, 9 in x 6 in, no scale


This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


A Survey of Lands at Lea belonginge to Mrs Hodgkinson Surveighed by John Halton. 12 Aprill 1698. Surveyor: John Halton. Scale: no scale [1:3750]. Size: 15 x 21 cm. Materials: ink on parchment,. Centred on: SK327573 Notes: cardinal points at edges, top of sheet east. Simple sketch...

1698

D1154/G/LP/1

Crooked Knrel Vein and Blue Cap Self Cross Door by Robert How junior. (Odin Mine, Castleton)

Scale 8 yards : 1 inch (LM/D/58A)


This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


A Plan of Crooked Knrel [sic] Vein and Blue cap self Cross Door. August the 2nd, 1753. Scale: 8 yards to the Inch [1:300]. Size: 32 x 42 cm. Materials: ink on paper. Centred on: SK135835 Notes: compass rose. Simple sketch of mining veins, noting 'taker' and 'founder' meers: Explanation to letter references includes...

1753

D1154/G/LP/2

Odin Old Vein, Crooked Knrel Vein and other veins in the vicinity.

Scale 8 yards : 1 inch (LM/D/57A)


This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


May 29th 1755. Endorsed 'Crooked [Hined] Plan 1755'. Scale: 8 yards to the inch. Size: 37 x 30 cm. Materials: ink on paper. Centred on: SK135835. Notes: cardinal points at edges, north at top. Simple mining map showing Oden Old Vein, veins and founders. Location: DRO, D1154 G/LP/2

1755

D1154/G/LP/4

Oden Mine, Castleton, from Gank Mouth to the Forefield of the level, by Robert How.

Scale 32 feet : 1 inch (LM/D/73C)


This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


A plan of Oden Mine from Gank Mouth to Forefield of the Level with the Several Veins thereunto belonging taken Feby 14th 1765 by Robt. How Surveyor: Robert How. Scale: 32 Foots in one Inch [1:380]. Size: 24 x 75 cm. Materials: ink on paper. Centred on: SK135835 Notes: compass indicator. Simple mining plan, veins...

1765

D1154/G/LP/6

Aynie Glitter Vein, Little Shaft Vein and Oden Old Vein.

Scale 8 yards : 1 inch (LM/D/55C)


This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


[Oden Old Vein, Little Shaft Vein, Aymie Gutter Vein, Widowers Vein] March 17, 1767. Scale: eight yards to an Inch [l:300]. Size: 25 x 65 cm. Materials: ink on paper. Centred on: SK135835 Notes: compass indicator. Mining plan showing route of veins, some meers noted. Location: DRO, D1154 G/LP6

1767

D1154/G/LP/17

Plan of Nether Hubbadale, Flagg, by George Heyward.

Scale 10 yards : 1 inch (LM/D/39A)


This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


Nether Hubbadale Mine. Drawn by George Heyward Dec. 31st 1768. Surveyor: George Heyward. Scale: of 30 yards [1:360]. Size: 38 x 48 cm. Materials: ink on paper. Centred on: SK142695 Notes: compass indicator, north at top. Mining plan with explanation for eight references: 'Prickt lines indicate Bounder'. Location...

1768

D1154/G/LP/18

Plan of the Range of Hubbadale, by George Heyward.

Scale 320 yards : 1 inch (LM/D/43A)


This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


A plan of ye Range of Hubbadale M[ine] by George Heyward. 3 June 1768. Surveyor: George Heyward. Scale: of 10 Mears of Ground or 320 yards in one inch [1:11500]. Size: 38 x 48 cm. Materials: ink on paper. Centred on: SK142695 Notes: compass indicator, top of sheet west. Simple mining plan, meers marked, 17...

1768

D1154/G/LP/20

Plan of Hubbadale, by George Heyward.

Scale 10 yards : 1 inch (LM/D/41)


This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


[Hubbadale Mine]. Drawn by George Hayward 8 June 1768. Surveyor: George Hayward. Scale: of ten yards in one inch [1:360]. Size: 37 x 48 cm. Materials: ink on paper. Centred on: SK142695 Notes: compass indicator, top of sheet west. Simple mining plan with explanation. Location: DRO, D1154 G/LP20

1768

D1154/G/LP/21

Plan of Hubbadale Mine, Flagg, by Robert How.

Scale 8 yards : 1 inch (LM/D/37A)


This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


A plan of Hubbadale Mine by Robert How June 8th, 1768. Surveyor: Robert How. Scale: of eight yards to an inch [1:300]. Size: 59 x 32 cm. Materials: ink on paper. Centred on: SK142695 Notes: compass indicator. Mining plan, letter references with explanation. Location: DRO, D1154 G/LP21

1768

D1154/G/LP/22

A short plan of Hubbadale Mine - copy of plan delivered to Richard Bagshaw by Cornelius Flint.

Scale 20 yards : 1 inch (LM/D/42A)


This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


A short Plan of Hubbadale Mine. Surveyor: Cornelius Flint. Scale: of 20 yards in an inch [1:720]. Size: 36 x 46 cm. Materials: coloured ink on paper. Centred on: SK142695 Notes: simple mining plan, meers marked with explanation: endorsed 'Copy of a plan delivered to Richard Bagshaw Esq. by Cornelius Flint in...

1769

D1154/G/LP/25

Plan of Ladywash Cross Cut, by G Heyward senior - with account of discoveries in the cross cut.

No scale. (LM/D/6A)


This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


Plan of Ladywash Cross Cut north by G. Hayward, Senr. [1726-7]. Surveyor: George Hayward. Scale: of 10 meers[1:2000]. Size: 23 x 33 cm. Materials: ink on paper. Centred on: SK219775 Notes: mining sketch of Ladywash Vein showing 'discoveries [of ore] made in cross cut', accompanied by a letter of explanation. Location:DRO, D1154 G...

1726-1727

D1154/G/LP/26

Plan of veins in vicinity of Ladywash Old Vein, by Frank Mason.

Scale 10 yards : 1 inch (LM/D/20D)


This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


This plan [of the vicinity of Magclough and Ladywash veins] drawn by Frank Mason about 1761 but many parts of ye ground being filled with deads could not be done by the Dial - not a true map. Surveyor: Frank Mason. Scale: 40 yards to an Inch [1:1440]. Size: 52 x 106 cm. Materials: coloured ink on paper. Centred on...

1761

D1154/G/LP/31

Plan of Eyam Veins by G Heyward senior (Ladywash, Mineons Engine Vein, Haycliffe, Marsden Vein).

Scale 128 yards : 1 inch (LM/D/67A)


This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


In Brookhead old founder This plan drawn by George Hayward, Senr. c1770. Surveyor: George Hayward Senior. Scale: 128 yds in an 1 inch[1: 4600]. Size: 32 x 41 cm. Materials: ink on paper. Centred on: SK225775 Notes: mining plan showing veins etc. measured in yards: Ladywash Old Vein, Old Stoke Sough, Maycliff...

[c1780]

D1154/G/LP/34

Plan of Hucklow Rake in Eyam Lordship.

Scale 128 yards : 1 inch (LM/D/3B)


This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


This Plan is drawn repre[se]nting the Great Old Vein commonly call'd Huklow Rake work'd and brought through Huklow and Grindlow Liberty's to the Letter E which is the enterance of Eyam Lordship wherein Richard Bagshaw Esq. and others his partners sunk a shaft and gates and found and discovered a vein and proved to...

[early 18th cent]

D1154/G/LP/35

Plan of Hucklow Edge Vein, by Frank Mason (from Old Grove to Stoke New Engines).

Scale 128 yards : 1 inch coloured (LM/D/1C)


This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


[Map of Huckloe Edge Vein, by Frank Mason. c1760]. Surveyor: Frank Mason. Scale: of 384 yards [1:4600]. Size: 38 x 80 cm. Materials: coloured ink on paper. Centred on: SK179785 Notes: compass indicator, top of sheet SSW. Mining plan showing veins, elevations of conical roofed buildings (coes? and engine...

[early 18th cent]

D1154/G/LP/36

A True Plan of the Veins belonging to or in the possession of the Masters and Partners of the Mine called Minors Engine in the Liberty of Stoney Middleton and Eyam

Scale 30 feet : 1 inch (LM/D/19C)


This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


A true plan of the Veins belonging to or in the possession of the Masters and Partners at the Mine called Minors Engines in the Liberty of Stoney Middleton and Eyam carefully diall'd and correctly taken from such our dyalling by us whose names are hereafter subscribed [no names]. [18c.] Scale: thirty foot in one Inch...

[18th cent]

D1154/G/LP/40

Plan of Middleton Engine Vein and Ladywash Old Vein (evidence in a dispute).

Scale 16 yards : 1 inch coloured (LM/D/16C)


This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


The Map to which the Answer hereunto annexed doth referr. [Dispute re - mining rights, north of Eyam village] [17--]18c. Scale: 64 yards or 2 Meer by which this plan is Drawn [1:1150] with dividers. Size: 37 x 135 cm. Materials: coloured ink on paper. Centred on: SK206776 Notes: compass indicator. Mining...

[18th cent]

D1154/G/LP/54

A map of a Lead Mine laying on the Mosrake Belonging to Hugh Hill, by D Rose.

Scale 10 yards : 1 inch, coloured (LM/D/24C)


This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


A Map of a Lead Mine lieing on the Mosrake Belongin to Hugh hill. December 11, 1754. Surveyor: D.Rose. Scale: 10 yards to an Inch [1: 360]. Size: 30 x 77 cm. Materials: coloured ink on paper. Centred on: SK155804 Notes: 32 point compass dial. Simple mining sketch plan, 'stow', 'shaft and drawing gate...

1754

D1306/A/PP/1

Estate map of property of Sir Henry Hunloke at Wingerworth and Tupton, coloured with cartouche. Gives acreages, some field names, notes which enclosures lie in Tupton, North Wingfield and Wingerworth, some freeholds, drawings of house, Tupton Hall, church. Surveyor: S Brailsford. Scale: 6 chains: 1 inch. Size: 170 x 100cm.

Microfilm M721


This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


Wingerworth and Tupton belonging to Sir Henry Hunloke, Bart. By S. Brailsford. 1758. Surveyor:Samuel Brailsford. Scale: six chains in one inch [l:4800]. Size: 97 x 170 cm. Materials: watercolour on vellum. Centred on: SK383675 Notes: top of sheet SSW. Estate map with inclosures showing closes with reference numbers, areas and named...

1758

D1326/A/P/2

Map of the parish of Shardlow and Great Wilne the estate of Leonard Fosbrooke, by John Whyman [Aperture card available]

This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


A Map of the Hamlets of Wilne and Shardlow belonging to Leonard Fosbrooke Esqr. taken by John Whyman in the year 1766. Surveyor:John Whyman. Scale: of 28 chains [1:3700]. with dividers, Size: 80 x 99 cm. Materials: ink on parchment. Centred on: SK440305 Notes: 8 point compass rose. Estate map showing named closes with areas, reference numbers...

1766

D1375/UL

Long Eaton Urban District Council: Unlisted records

Including this map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


Plan of the Hamlet of Sawley refered to by the Award to which it is annexed. 1787. Scale:1:2500 Size: 91 x 75 cm. Materials:parchment, damaged by folding right-hand side. Centred on: SK470314 Notes:attached to the award. Shows 800 acres, rivers Trent with old channel, Derwent, Erewash and Grand Trunk canals, roads and footways, houses in...

 

D1488/1

Small scale plan of the Chesterfield Canal, scale 1 inch to 3 miles

This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


A Plan of the Navigable canal now making from Chesterfield in the County of Derby to the River Trent near Stockwith in the County of Nottingham surveyed in 1770. Surveyor: J.Lodge sculp. Scale: of 8 miles [1:200000] Size: 30 X 17.5 cm.Materials: printed ink on paper. Centred on: SK 388723 (Chesterfield end). Notes: compass rose, NNW at top. Page from...

1770

D1819/1

‘A Survey of the Lordship of Dale, taken in April 1681’ by John Oldfield (Photocopy)

This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


A Survey of the Lordship of Dale in the County of Derby taken April anno domini 1681 by Johem Oldfield, Geodet. Vera Copia p. Harry Walker. Surveyor: John Oldfield. Scale: of 80 perches [1:4000] with dividers Size: 75 x 98 cm. Materials: ink on paper. Centred on: SK438388 Notes: compass rose. Shows houses in perspective, named fields with area, 'the...

20th cent

D1874/1

A survey of several parcels of land in Dronfield belonging to Richard Hall (photocopy)

Photocopy, taken from an original dated 1692


This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


A Survey and plott of severall parcells of Land scituate Lyeing and Being in Dranfield in the County of Darby Appertaining and belonging unto Mr Richard Hall together with the Hall Courts Gardens Orchards and other Houses. And also some other Doles and parcells intermixt or lyeing amongst the same. Taken...

20th Cent

D1874/2

20th century photocopy of a 1710 survey of the Manor House, out-housing, gardens etc with land and two corn mills in Dronfield belonging to Ralph Burton

Scale 8 chains : 1 inch


This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


A Survey of the Manor house, outhousing, gardens etc with ye lands and 2 corn mills in Dronfeild in the Co. of Derby. The Estate of Ralph Burton esq. Lord therof, by Sam. Hutchinson 1710. Surveyor: Samuel Hutchinson. Scale: of 8 chains [1:2500] with dividers. Size: 60 x 55 cm. Materials: ink on paper in book of maps. Centred...

20th Cent

D1881/UL

Coke family of Brookhill, Pinxton

Estate, family, legal and personal papers


This collection is classed as unlisted because it has never been satisfactorily catalogued. There is, however, an interim list describing the collection, which can be used with caution - although it is known to be flawed. The interim list is attached to this catalogue entry.


The collection includes papers of Sir William Coke, Chief Justice of Ceylon c1809-1921; Australian diary of Lieut. W S Coke, 1827; letters from army barracks abroad, 1824-1828; South African journal including farm accounts,1831-1834; log books of two ships, 1828, 1835; title...

[16th-20th cent]

D1892/1

Photocopies of a plan of the centre of Wirksworth in 1710, taken from Wirksworth Parish Magazine, 1899

This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


Copy 'A Survey of houses, barns, gardens in Wirksworth or near ye Town of Wirksworth in the County of Derby. The Estate of the Hon. Sir Philip Gell, by Samuel Hutchinson 1710'. Surveyor: Samuel Hutchinson. Size: 18 x 24 cm. Materials: [photocopy, black and white.] Centred on: SK286539 Notes: compass rose, north at top. A plan of the centre of...

20th Cent

D1955/2/84

Plan of 1 acre 1 rood 25 perches Liversage Charity land adjoining Common Road

This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


Plan of Liversage Charity Land [18c]. Scale: of chains 7: 3½" Size: 32 x 26 cm. Materials: ink on paper, worn on folds. Centred on:SK?358357 Notes: compass rose, south east at top. Shows Common Road and a parcel of land 'Late Mr. Parker Land now Bainbridg's' and another parcel 'Leversage's Charity': some adjacent land owners noted. Location:DRO, D1955...

[18th cent]

D1959/1

Plan of an estate in Meynell Langley owned by or in occupation of William Bailey

This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


[Plan of an estate in Meynell Langley owned or in the occupation of William Bailey 1770-1800] n.d.[1770]. Scale: no scale shown. Size: 63 x 40 cm. Materials: linen backed paper, ink with faint ochre colour on roads. Centred on: SK298404 Notes: Compass rose, north at top. Part of a larger map, border decoration truncated: shows disparate parcels of...

c1770-1800

D2129/1

Photograph of map of Over Haddon, 18th century [two sections]

This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


Over Haddon n.d. [mid 18c.] Scale: of 4 chains [1:1600]. Size: 85 x 40 cm. Materials: [ink on paper]. Centred on: SK2066. Notes: compass rose. Shows fields with reference numbers and letters, open fields named Castle Low Field, The West Field, Grinlow Field, Buron Dale Field with lettered strips: Bakewell Moor, Haddon Moor, Duke of Devonshire's Meadow...

20th cent

D2349/UL

Derbyshire County Council: Derbyshire Record Office

Negatives of portions of other collections already held at DRO

See Search Room Supervisor for interim list


This unlisted collection includes a photocopy of a map described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


Copy 'Plan of Roads and crossroads between Rowsley Bridge and the Cross Post on Wirksworth Moor'. [1759]. Surveyor: [J.H.Railton]. Scale: of 1700 yards [1:13600] Size: 3 sheets each 42 x 59 cm...

1980s

D2354/1

Description of the boundaries of Hallamshire dividing it from the lordships of Ecclesall (co. York) and of Hathersage, viewed 5 Aug 1574

This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


[Sketch map of area west of Moscar Cross c.1705]. Size: 20 x 16 cm. Materials: paper, torn at edges, black ink with later 'New House' added in sepia. Centred on: SK233884 Notes: labelled compass directions, east to top. No title, bounded by (in clockwise direction) Moscar Cross, Broadrake, Seven Stones and Wainstones: shows best, middle and worst sort...

1574

D2375/D/D/22/1/4

Paper plan of lands in part bordering Etwall Brook

Including the orchard of Hardwick, giving field names, name sof owners or tenants, acreages


This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


[lands bordering Etwall Brook] n.d.[c1590]. Scale: no scale shown. Size: 30 x 40 cm. Materials:sepia ink on paper. Centred on: SK298264 Notes: no orientation, ENE at top. Shows fields with names and acreage, some strip fields: Hardwick meadows, the orchard of...

[late 16th cent]

D2375/D/D/43/10

Deeds and related papers for properties in Ticknall

Including correspondence between John Harpur of Swarkestone and Ralph Abell and sketch map of land, c.1610-1614

Originally in wooden box labelled "Ticknall & Caulk"


A map from this bundle is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


Will. Austin's house being a cottage and a croft. n.d.[17c.]. Size: 17 x 12 cm. Materials: ink on paper. Centred on: SK375228 Notes: no scale or orientation: sketch plan...

1375-1618

D2375/E/D/1/4/4

Traced copy of plan of Derby Hills Common with allotments, made by William. Wyatt, 1771

Scale 1": 4 chains (noted by tracer as incorrect)


This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


A plan of Derby Hills Common with the allotments to which the foregoing award refers taken in the year 1771 by Wm Wyatt. Surveyor: William Wyatt. Scale: of 12 chains [1:3200 see note later]. Size: 48 x 82 cm. Materials: coloured ink on vellum. Centred on: SK367243 Notes: compass indicator, top of...

8 Nov 1876

D2375/E/D/1/8

Map for Normanton Inclosure Award

With field names, acreages, some owners and schedule of land owners, old Inclosure and allotments

Paper on linen, in poor condition

Microfilm available at M720


This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


A map of the lordship of Normanton next Derby in the County of Derby the old enclosed lands of which were collected and drawn from a Survey & Map taken the year 1728 by John Grundy And all...

1769

D2375/E/M/2/1/6

Two sketches of "that part of Melbourne Common which adjoins the Lordship of Calke and lies within the view of the windows at [Calke] Hall"

This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


endorsed 'A sketch of that part of Melbourne Common which adjoins the lordship of Caulk and lies within view of the windows at the hall. Scale: no scale shown. Size: 46 x 39 cm. Materials: ink on paper, red outline on one plot, brown on roads. Centred on: SK370244 Notes: sketch map depicting "the largest quantity of land desired by Sir. Henry Harpur...

late 18th cent

D2375/E/M/2/1/7

Plan for proposed exchange of land near Calke Mill and Dairy House between Sir Henry Harpur and Lord Melbourne, with details of property in Newton Liberty and Chellaston to be given to Lord Melbourne in exchange.

Endorsed "Box G" "32"


This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


Endorsed 'Sir.H.Harpur & Ld. Melbourne Plan of proposed exchanges' [18c]. Scale: no scale shown. Size: 41 x 54 cm. Materials: ink on parchment. Centred on: SK376229 Notes: no orientation, south at top Sketch map showing Dairy House and gardens, 'Old Road to Caulk Town', some tenants names and calculations. Location:DRO, D2375M...

late 18th cent

D2375/E/M/2/1/8

Plan of land, houses and stable near Calke [later called "The Parsonage", demolished 1879]

[Identified by Philip Heath, July 1987]


This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


The Parsonage and Grounds at Caulke. n.d. [18c.] Scale: of 4 chains [1:528]. Size: 53 x 36 cm. Materials: ink on paper, with red for ground plan of buildings. Centred on: SK361218 Notes: no orientation, north at top. Shows houses, garden, orchard, fields boundaries with hedges, gates, streams, 4 bridges, 'Road...

early 19th cent

D2375/E/M/2/7

Map of the lordship of Breadsall

Showing strips, acreage, field names, buildings, on parchment, scale 1": 4 chains

Microfilm copy available at M720

[Probably by Samuel Wyatt (1761-1781), observations as to author having come from Philip Heath, August 1987]


This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


Map of the lordship of Breadsall. n.d. [1761-81]. Scale: 4 chains to 1 inch [1:3200].Size: 149 x 90 with 29 x 25 cm. attached at...

mid 18th cent

D2375/E/M/2/14/3

Mid 19th century tracing of part of Lord Melbourne's plan of Derby Hills dated 1723

Showing boundary of Calke Park with Derby Hills


This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


[a copy of part of Derby Hills Enclosure T. Kirkland mensuravit et delineavit. Ao 1723]. Surveyor: T. Kirkland. Scale: [of 10 chains 1.3200]. Size: 43 x 64 cm. Materials: coloured ink on vellum. Centred on: SK367243 Notes: compass rose, top of sheet west. Commons with some inclosures, 318 acres, owners...

(1723) mid 19th cent

D2375/E/M/2/16

Traced copy of "Lord Melbourne's Map of Derby Hills" by T. Kirkland, 1723

Giving acreages (total 317 acres 2 roods 9 perches) for land owner/occupier, surrounded by Melbourne Common, Stanton Common, Ticknall Common, Calke Park and inclosed lands at Calke

Scale. 1": 4 chains


This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


Derby Hills T. Kirkland Mensuravit and Del. 1723 [traced from Lord Melbourne's Map of Derby Hills. Nov. 1876]. Surveyor:T. Kirkland. Scale: of 10...

Nov 1876

D2375/E/M/2/20

Sketch plan of Melbourne Common

Showing roads, gates, a brick kiln and neighbouring owners and areas, including parts to be seen from the apartments of Sir Henry and Lady Frances Harpur


This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


endorsed 'Map of Melbourn Common etc. from Mr. Grice & Mr. Grime. 1769'. Scale: no scale shown. Size: 38 x 45 cm. Materials: sepia ink on watermarked paper. Centred on: SK370245 Notes:no orientation...

1769

D2375/E/M/2/21

Plan of part of Melbourne Common proposed to be given up to George Orton

Showing two closes "below the Barn" , an osier plantation, a brook, road and two more pieces of gorse land, with acreages


This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


Endorsed 'Plan of part of Melbourne Common proposed to be given up to Mr. George Orton' [18c.]. Scale: no scale shown. Size: 38 x 52 cm. Materials: sepia ink and pencil on stiff paper. Centred on: ?SK3724 Notes: no orientation...

late 18th cent

D2375/E/M/2/46

Map of Willington showing landowners and buildings, with some comment

Scale 1 inch to 4 chains


This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


Endorsed 'Map of Willington' [c1760]. Scale: of 8 [chains 1:2800]. Size: 52 x 52 cm. Materials: ink on paper. Centred on: SK295282 Notes: north-west at top. Shows parcels of land with ownership including Sir H. Harpur, Sir Rbt. Burdett, Mrs Ward and Hospital land: some houses in plan, roads, river Trent, brook, canal and...

c.1760

D2375/E/M/3/10

Map of the manor or lordship of Oakthorpe

Made by William Wyatt, C. Saunders and L. Hall

With schedule of landowners, acreages, buildings marked, some field names, cartouche and a schedule of lands belonging to Etwall Hospital and Repton School with acreages

Scale. 1": chain. endorsed "4", made of parchment

Microfilm copy available at M720


This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


A map of the Manor or Lordship of Oakthorp in the...

1755

D2375/E/U/4/1/2

Sketch plan of proposed turnpike road through Ticknall

Showing road from Cricket's Inn to Hinkley and of road from Burton - Lichfield turnpike at Alrewas Field to Swarkestone Bridge with adjoining and intersecting roads east to Appleby and Measham and south to Elford and Clifton

Copy of map at D2375/M/71/116 (partially damaged by damp along top and bottom edges)


This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


A Sketch of the Road from Cricketers Inn...

c.1771

D2406/1

Enlarged photocopy (in 6 sections) of a map of Over Haddon, believed to concern a legal dispute over land, depicting farmhouse and town buildings, mills, boundary fences and fields (with details of alleged ownership)

From 16th cent original


This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


[Plan showing Meadow Place and land between Nether and Over Haddon.1528]. Surveyor:[? Richard Howton]. Scale: no scale shown. Size: 60 x 50 cm. Materials: coloured paint on paper. Centred on: SK201658


Notes: cardinal points, north at top,. Shows Lathkill Dale, Over Haddon, roads, field-names and landownership: closes of...

20th cent

D2441/A/PI/16/48

Plan showing three plots of common land in the parish of Dronfield intended to have been taken for the benefit of the church. Surveyed by R Wilson on 10 May 1729. Depicts the outline and records the size of plots at Pickles Dam, Coal Aston Common, and Aperknowle Common but no other features shown

This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


A Survey of three plats of Common Lands containing 16 acres 2 rood 01 perch surveyed May ye 10th 1729. R. Wilson descripsit. Surveyor: R.Wilson Scale: of 20 chains or 80 poles [1: 9000]. Size: 38 x 30 cm. Materials: coloured ink on paper. Centred on: SK365785 Notes: compass rose, NNE at top. Shows Upper and Lower Pickles dam 4 acres, Coal Aston...

1729

D2535/M/1/1

Survey of Banks, Ashleyhay by Samuel Hutchinson, with assistants John Blackwall and Mr Bower. Scale: 5 chains to 1 inch [Private enclosure]

This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


Survey of a Piece of Ground called the Banks Lying in Ashleyhay by Mr. Sam Hutchinson of Carson taken in year 1721 And alotted by him and his Assistants Jon. Blackwale and [-] Bower of Cawloe to the persons under mentioned. Surveyor: Samuel Hutchinson with John Blackwall and Mr Bower. Scale: of 5 chains [1:4000] Size: 36 x 24cm. Materials: ink on...

1721

D2535/M/13/18

Conveyance (with title deeds), Woodhouse's trustees to Francis Hurt esq. of lands, part of Crich Chase, house and warehouse, stone quarry , tithes, part of manor of Crich and of lot and cope of Crich. Includes map of Crich Chase 1683, survey of Crich Chase and Hagg 1744/5 (No 7)

This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


Criche Chase in the parish of Criche in the County of Derby 2/3 parts belonging to the rt. Hon. George Lo. Marquis of Halifax and Charles Earle of Shrewsbury, 1/3 part belonging to several other persons who were purchasers of the same. Imm. Halton delin. 1683. Surveyor:Immanuel Halton. Scale: of 20 perches [1:6400 with dividers. Size: 76 x 64 cm...

1848

D2575/T/12

Sub-Bundle (/1-9) containing: 12/1; Bond of Robert Fanshaw, yeoman of Brough, pa. Hope in £300 to Robert Needham, gentleman of Perryfoot, Peak Forest, 4 Nov 1742. 12/2; Memorandum of marriage settlement between Robert Needham, junior of Perryfoot and Margaret Bocking of Hope, c1751 (see also D2575/T/13-18). 12/3; Copy of survey of Mr Clarke's land at Shatton with acreages comprising the land at D2575/T/1, scale: approx 30 chains to 2 in, made Apr 1731. 12/4-8; Rent receipts of Robert Needham to the Duke of Devonshire, 1759-1781. 12/9; Part of a letter from Jo Stafford concerning the case of...

This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


Survey of Mr. Clarkes land at Shatton. 1731. Surveyor: Solomon Heathcote. Scale: of 30 chains [1:12000]. Size: 30 x 37 cm. Materials: ink on paper. Centred on: SK186821 Notes: shows 72 acres in 12 fields named in reference table and 2 houses: endorsed 'Copy of ye Survey of Elmerhill land Near Shatton in Hope parish. Taken in Aprill 1731 by Solomon...

1731-1781

D2705/4

Long Eaton inclosure plan. Size 43" x 56"

Bearing full reference number D2705/4/1


This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


Long Eaton Inclosure map 1765. Scale: of 10 chains [1:3200]. Size: 110 x 142 cm. Materials: ink on paper, mounted for conservation with protective cellophane. Centred on: SK4933 Notes: compass indicator, top of sheet north-west. Shows approximately 1700 acres, closes with proprietors' names, area, status, i.e...

1766

D2742/MZ/1/1

Map of the manor of Elmton and Creswell surveyed by Joseph Dickinson in 1722, drawn in 1983 from the original at the Welbeck Estate

This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


A MAP of the MANNOR of ELMTON and CRESWELL in the County of DARBY: Survey'd for Sr. John Rodes of Barlborough, Bartt by Joseph Dickinson. Anno Dom 1722. Surveyor: Joseph Dickinson. Scale: of 20 Gunters chains Four in an inch [1:3200] with dividers. Size: 126 x 148 cm. Materials: coloured ink on parchment. Centred on: SK505736 Notes: 16 point compass...

1983

D2887/1/1

Copy map of Shipley Manor, surveyed in 1713 by John Holmes

Gives field names, acreages, tenants and total acreages for each tenant.


This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


Mannor of Shipley in Darbyshire. Surveyed Anno 1713 by John Holmes, Survr. Surveyor:John Holmes. Scale: of 100 perches [1:8800]. Size: 42 x 60 cm. Materials: copy [ink on paper]. Centred on: SK439444 Notes: compass rose. Estate plan, 1990 acres of closes and a small area of open...

[1985]

D3155/WH/220

Agreement between Edward Walpole of Haselbeech and Alexander Lovell of Guillesboro, that Lovell may peaceably occupy messuages, lands and tenements in Haselbeech included in an indenture of 20 August 41 Elizabeth. Dated 12 November 41 Elizabeth [1597]

This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


Weston Hollow surveyed by William Leaper August ye 29th 1723. Surveyor:William Leaper. Scale: of 10 chains [1:3200]. Size: 47 x 30 cm. Materials: coloured ink on paper, in bound volume.Centred on: SK403280 Notes: compass rose, NNE at top. Shows 80 acres in 2 fields, 'the Upper part' and 'the part next ye Towne', with 'pricked line' dividing the two...

1597

D3155/WH/1776

Bound volume of surveys

Receipt 1633

Description of Litchurch - case paper 1680

The whole number of acres of ploughland in Osmaston as are settled and purchased by Robert Wilmot and now occupied as ploughland 1702

Further particulars of all the ploughland 1708

Survey of the Rye Close - small plan 1712

Survey of some lands in Osmaston - William Leaper 1715 - tenants, close names, acreage

"Additions made lately in my plott" 1715

Plan of new close 1717

Plan of Upper and Nether Close, William Leaper 1722

Plan of Cotton Flatt 1722

Plan of the Merrill and Clover Close 1722 - parchment and paper copies

Plan of Borrow...

1633-1769

D3155/WH/1777

"Osmaston correspondence Vol 2" - bound volume of estate correspondence, including sketch plan of part of one of the fields: Benjamin Walker steward - letters re decorating the Hall 1764

This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


A Terrier of the New Intake in the Mill Hill Field. 1762. Scale: no scale shown. Size: 36 x 22.5 cm. Materials: sepia ink on paper. Centred on: SK353354 Notes: in bound volume of estate affairs: possibly diagammatic sketch of new boundary across strip field. Location:DRO, D3155WH1777


The design of the New Intake as proposed at the Common Broad...

1761-1766

D3155/WH/1859

Borrowash Mill - small plan and report on effects of cutting a new channel and other conditions of lease: possibility of salmon going through the lock mentioned: labelled "Mr Thomas Stanhope" -? prospective lessee. Dated 26 April

This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


Endorsed 'Mr Tho. Stanhope Lock at Borrowash Mills Apr.26 1721'. Size: 30 x 20 cm. Materials: ink on paper. Centred on: SK413341 Notes: north at top. Sketch plan of mills on river with weir and second watercourse shows named fields and a new channel, with accompanying notes explaining the damage that will be caused by making the lock and new channel...

1721

D3155/WH/2071

Sketch plan of house and park - completely unidentified ? Osmaston (not Catton)

This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


[Unnamed house and grounds 18c.]. Scale: no scale shown. Size: 30 x 37 cm. Materials: ink on paper. Centred on: SK362332. Notes: no orientation. Sketch plan of mansion house shown in elevation, with ornamental grounds, trees in avenue, ornamental gates, church and houses along village street: from Craven and Stanley 'Lost Houses of Derbyshire' it is...

[18th cent]

D3155/WH/2200

Weston estate:

account of lands sold by Roper to Robert Holden nd; map of Weston Hollow by William Leaper 1723 (2 copies - 1 parchment, 1 paper); money given to the "coal cart servants" at Weston, 1737; plan of house, garden and park at Aston for James Shuttleworth 1747; inventory of goods of Thomas Haywood dec'd 1751; pains and orders Weston Court Leet 1763; list of Weston tenants 1647; various Weston rentals, 1730s - 1760s; particular of Wilmot estate at Weston 1746


This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols...

1647-1769

D3208/2/5

Plan entitled 'Description of the Demesne at Carnfeild [Carnfield] belonging to Robert Revell' by John Halton inc names of fields and acreages, with drawings of buildings

Scale 20 chains (1/4 mile):4 inches, size 48 x 41 cm


This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


[Parish of South Normanton.] A Descripcion of the Demesne att Carnfeild belonging to Robt. Revell Esq. taken 14th and 16th Aprill Anno Domini 1693 Iohannes Halton descripsit. Surveyor:John Halton. Scale: of 20 chaines or 1/4 of a mile [1:4200]. dividers Size: 39.5 x 50 cm. Materials: ink on...

1693

D3287/49/8/1

Plan of Sough &

Mines near Cromford and Middleton-Moor by Saml. Hutchinson

This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


To the Honourable Sr John Statham and the rest of the Gentlemen partners and owners of Ferns, alias Long Sough upon Cromford Moor and several veins theron depending. This plan of the said Sough and Mines is humbly inscribed by Saml. Hutchinson. [1709 - 1732]. Surveyor: [Samuel Hutchinson]. Scale: of 12 mears of ground with dividers. Size: 37 x 32 cm...

[late 18th cent]

D3287/102/1-4

Estate maps

Comprising:

D3287/102/1: Plan of the estate of Godfrey Meynell deceased in Meynell Langley in possession of the receiver appointed by the High Court of Chancery showing the different shares allotted to each proprietor, 1767

D3287/102/2: Map of the estate of Revd John Philip Gell in Meynell Langley, Kirk Langley, Dalbury Lees and Derby, 1870. Surveyed by John Shaw of Derby.

D3287/102/3: Estate survey map showing lands belonging to the trustees of General Cheney in Kirk Langley, inc Langley Hall, 19th cent

D3287/102/4: Map of the Griff Grange estate belonging to the trustees of the late...

1767-1870

D3295/1/18/9-14

Large Bundle of Conveyances etc marked "Kedleston" -

including map of Whitemoor in Belper, 1742 (1/18/10)


This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


Map of a moiety of Lands called Whitemoor in the Chappelry of Belper in the parish of Duffield in the County of Derby. The estate of …… Surveye\d in January 1742. Scale: of 3 chains [1:2400]. Size: 73 x 51 cm. Materials: coloured ink on paper. Centred on: SK367485 Notes: north at top. Shows houses...

20th cent

D3470/8/1

Plan of fields in Chapel en le Frith area. Acreages are given, one field named (New Land) another noted as ‘Mr Nodders’, buildings are drawn on the plan, one is named Hordern Barn, a house has the name ‘Phillip Marchaton’ below it. Endorsed ‘Eyre Land Map in Chapell Le Frith’.

This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


Endorsed 'Mr. Arch. Eyre Land Map in Chapell le Frith'. Nd ?17c. Scale:no scale shown. Size: 38 x 29 cm. Materials: ink on paper, some colour, fragile. Centred on: SK?055805 [Hordens] Notes: no compass or orientation. Undated sketch plan, possibly early 18c. showing fields with area one named New Land, Nordern Barn, roads, streams and tracks...

18th cent

D3566/1

Copy map on parchment of "the division of the waste and commons within the hamblets of Beard, Bugsworth [Buxworth], Whytle [Whitle] and Thornset [Thornsett] in the township of Bowden - Midlecale [subsequently New Mills] within the Forrest of the High-Hibbart and Samuel Barton, Surveyors and delivered to the Commissioners", 23 Apr 1640.

Copy recorded as agreeing with the original by Robert Hopkin, 20 Oct 1691. The map shows field names (some with acreages), houses and other landmarks such as trees and streams. There is some ornamentation: a pair of callipers for scale (1 inch: c11 chains), a compass, an unidentified heraldic shield and a border of branches bearing berries around the map's title (underneath which are added the names of Fr Revell and Geo Hopkinson). It is endorsed with certification as to its agreeing with the original in the Duchy Chamber [i.e. Duchy of Lancaster] by Jo Stafford (?) and Jos (?) Fletcher...

[1640]

D3705/18/4-13

Surveys and plans

This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


A Survey of Runnat Intack belonging to the Duke [of Norfolk]. The above is an exact Survey of Runnat Intaek taken by R. Wardleworth. Sept. 1763. Surveyor:R.Wardleworth. Scale: plann'd by 5 chains or 20 Perches in one Inch [1:4000]. Size: 46 x 37 cm. Materials: coloured ink on paper in two parts. Centred on: SK045973 Notes: points of compass noted on...

1763-1764

D3705/18/17

'Survey of various land', occupied by Picknes/Picknos

Plan. Surveyed by R Wardleworth, Jan 1765


This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


Survey of Picknes by R. Wardleworth Jan 1765. Surveyor: R.Wardleworth. Size: 30 x 38 cm. Materials: ink on paper, conserved under plastic. Centred on: SK045965 Notes: rough sketch showing 5 adjoining enclosures with landholders named: endorsed 'A survey of various lands 1765'. Location: DRO, D3705/18/17; see...

1765

D3705/33/1-4

Commission for enclosing Bowden Middlecale with maps inc copies

These maps are described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


Whitehaugh and Bowden Midlecale [17c]. Scale: no scale [1:14000]. Size: 44 x 39 cm. Materials: coloured ink on paper. Centred on: SK025850 Notes: cardinal points at edges not accurate, top of sheet south-east. Waste and commons boundary on Ollersett Moor, east of New Mills, with an extension south to Cotebank and Black Brook, 783 acres, land...

1640-1641

D3772/T26/10/27

Plan of an estate at Holbrook and Makeney belonging to Anthony Bradshaw, Surveyed by Thomas Hand

Records various fields and their acreages and shows position of Holbrook town

9 ½" × 15" coloured


This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


A Mapp of an Estate belonging to Mr Anthony Bradshaw of Holbrooke lying in Makeny and Hollbrooke aforesaid nr Duffield parish in Com. Derb. Surveyed by Thomas Hand An. Dom. 1712. Surveyor:Thomas Hand. Scale:no scale shown. Size: 37 x 23 cm. Materials...

1712

D3772/T35/36/1

Coloured plan of the Upper Grounds in Barrowcoate [Bearwardcote] in the parish of Etwall purchased by Samuel Pole, esq. The land concerned is on the Radbourne boundary. Gives field names, acreages (total 126 acres). Scale 4 chains: 1 inch, size 36 × 33 cms

This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


Part of the Upper Grounds in Barrowcoate in the parish of Etwall purchased by Samuel Pole esq. 11 May 3 Anne Regina Anno 1704. Scale:of 20 chains or ¼ of an English mile [1:3200]. Size: 35 x 33 cm. Materials: coloured ink on parchment. Centred on: SK275344 Notes: compass points named on edges, west at top. Shows 126 acres named fields with areas and...

1704

D4459/1/7/1

Plan: Lands in Kirk Ireton belonging to Mr Gell and Joseph Wilcockson 14 x 13 cm

This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


Lands in Kirk Ireton belonging to Mr. Gell and Joseph Wilcockson. [late 18c.] Scale: no scale shown. Size: 14 x 13 cm. Materials: ink on watermarked paper. Centred on: SK266513 Notes: small plot of 5 fields alongside the road to Derby. Location:DRO, D4459/1/7/1

nd

D4459/1/7/4

Plan: Division of Callow Moor and Ireton Moor 44 x 38 cm

This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


Endorsed 'Sketch of Callow Moor' [late 18c]. Scale: no scale shown. Size: 36 x 47 cm. Materials: ink on thin paper, folded and torn. Centred on: SK263512

Notes: pre enclosure boundaries of Callow and Kirk Ireton Moor with division line drawn between two lordships, with road across moor drawn with dashed lines, 241 acres: very fine line drawing...

nd

D4593/UL

South Darley Urban District Council: unlisted records

This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


Plan of the several Allotments upon Darley Common [1769]. Surveyor: [S. Brailsford?]. Scale: of 20 chains [1:4800]. Size: 100 x 110 cm. Materials: ink and paint on thin parchment. Centred on: SK2864 Notes: 8 point compass rose, north-eas at top. Inclosure plan about 2410 acres showing old inclosures in two main groups 'Farley Inclosures' and 'Burley...

nd

D4775/12/1

Photocopy: A survey of a sheepwalk on Darley Moor belonging to the Darley Hall estate with a view of Darley Nether Hall. 36 x 42 cm. No scale. Copied from a c1700 original held in the British Library (ref MS 6687 ff 162-163)

This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


[A survey of a sheepwalk on Darley Moor, belonging to the Darley Hall estate, with a view of Darley Nether Hall about 1700]. Scale: no scale [1:8000]. Size: 57 x 42 cm. Materials: coloured ink on paper. Centred on: SK276637 Notes: top of sheet north-east. Land around Hall Dale containing sheep walk, with topographical features named as springs, 'siks...

20th cent

D4996/6/14

Modern tracing based on 1737 map of lordship of Allestre, in part the estate of Edward Mundy of Shipley. by John Grundy senior and John Grundy

This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


Compleat Mapp of the Lordship of Allestrey near Derby, being in part the Estate of Edward Mundy Esqr. of Shipley in Derbyshire. Survey'd and Delineated by John Grundy Senr. and John Grundy Jnr. of Congestone in the County of Leicester, Land Surveyors and teachers of the Mathematics. Anno D. 1737. Surveyor: John Grundy, snr. John Grundy, jnr. Scale...

1980s

D4996/6/62

Modern tracing based on c 1676-90 survey of land in Beard and Ollersett belonging to Rand. Ashenhurst

This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


A Survey taken of the Land in Beard and Oulersitt belonging to Rand: Ashenhurst Esq., by Robert Hopkin, Edward Lingard and Richard Marshall in the years 1676 and 1690 which in all doth contain 1057 acres 1 rood 33 oerches which . Surveyor: Robert Hopkin, Edward Lingard and Richard Marshall. Scale: of 64 Perches, of 16 Chains [l:3200] with dividers...

1980s

D4996/6/66

Photocopy from copy of c1766 map of parish of Elvaston belonging to William Earl of Harrington, by G Gray.

This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


A map of the parish of Elvaston in the County of Derby belonging to the Right Honourable Willm. Earl of Harrington by G. Grey. [?1761]. Surveyor:George Grey. Scale: in perches. Size: 36 x 51 cm. Materials: [black and white photocopy on paper]. Centred on: SK410325 Notes:north at top. Shows Elvaston, Thulstan and Ambaston, houses in plan: enclosure...

[1992]

D5369/21/16-18

Title deeds and related papers re Alsop Moor

(Alsop - Borrow, Mellor, Gisbourne, Beresford)

including:

D5369/21/17 Mr. Brackenfield's award concerning the divbision of Alsop Moor with a plan refering to the award, 20 May 1759. This map is also described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:

[Award: a division of Alsop Moor] The plan to which the award hereunto annexed doth refer. This is the plan referred to by the annexed award, witness my hand this 20th day of May 1758. John Bruckfield. Surveyor...

1758

D5375/34/9/1

Copy of a 1621 plan of the Platt of Parkhall belonging to Sir Francis Leeke (copy made Apr 1989)

This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


The Platt of Parkhal belonging to the right Worshipfull Sir Francis Leake, Knight and Barronett. Taken by William Senior 1621. Surveyor:William Senior. Scale: no scale [1:7000]. Size: 33 x 60 cm. Materials:coloured ink on paper. Centred on: SK411636 Notes: cardinal points in margins, top of sheet south. Shows 'Ould Hall Steade', Ainsmore, Lockmore and...

1989

D5430/11/1

Plan of Eyam showing Eyam Hall and the sizes of surrounding fields

This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


No title [?late] 18c. Scale: no scale shown. Size: 39 x 38 cm. irregular. Materials: ink and wash on stiff linen backed paper. Centred on: SK215764. Notes: compass, north at top. Carefully drawn map with landholding marked in blue, showing Town Street to Middleton Dale, with Cucklett Church, The delf, Toor Tops, Cussey Dale and Cucklett Lane: houses...

[18th cent-19th cent]

D5430/17/1/4

Plan of allotment of Eyam pasture, 20 Jun

This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


A map or plot of Eyam Pasture as it was divided and Alotted to hevry Person their proportianable part. June ye 20 1702. Scale: of 10 chains [1:3200]. Size: 26 x 60cm. Materials: faded ink on parchment. Centred on: SK225774 Notes: north at top. Shows pasture outlined with continuous line and divided with dashed line: each plot contains names of...

1702

D5430/22/2

Pictorial map of Eyam area

Shows Tideswell, Hucklow, Bretton, Wardlow, Eyam, Stoney Middleton and Grindleford Bridge. Includes notes on the length of bridges on the road from Grindleford Bridge to Tideswell through Stoney Middleton; and shows 'dotted lines [which] are part of the intended New Road that will go through private Ground and commons where there was no Road before', from Grindleford Bridge through Eyam to Tideswell

Paper watermarked 1797


This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire...

c1797

D5430/22/4

Plan of road in dispute between John Brushfield and Mr Slater

This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


[4 Fields and Pease Furlong Lane] n.d.[18c.] Scale: 10 yards to an inch [1:360]. Size: 32 x 41 cm. Materials: ink on paper. Centred on: ?SK221761. Notes: possibly part of a larger map: key includes an elevation drawing of Brushfield's barnyard 'in which the house stands': shows field boundaries with double lines infilled, gates and footways. Location...

[18th cent]

D5557/9/1

Map of the Radbourne estate, giving field names, acreages, roads and buildings in block plan. Schedule includes 'small fishing house on island'. Surveyer: Thomas Hand. Paper. Size: 75cmx54cm

This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


Endorsed 'Surveys of Radborne'.This map done by Thos. Hand in the year 1711. Surveyor:Thomas Hand. Scale: no scale shown. Size: 75 x 54 cm. Materials: sepia ink on paper backed onto stiffened paper. Centred on: SK285360 Notes: no orientation. Title defaced and overwritten: shows 2000 acres, named fields with acreage, houses in perspective, 3 storey...

[1711]

D5557/9/3

Plan of John Bowler's farm: showing detached fields in Radbourne parish, woodland and hedges, with schedule of field names and acreages. Scale: 4 chains = 1 inch. Parchment. Size: 49cmx79cm (irregular)

This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


John Bowler's Farm. n.d. [?early 18c.]. Scale: 2 separate scales for different parts of the map [1:4000, 1:3200]. Size: 79 x 49 cm. Materials: ink on parchment with parcels coloured green: rough edges, hole in parchment does not affect the map, some rubbing, difficult to read. Centred on: ?SK279359 Notes: Shows 409 acres, named fields with double...

[mid 18th cent]

D5557/19/2/2

Map showing 'The Abbot's Way' through Radbourne and Langley Commons

[damaged]


This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


No title. n.d.[c1738]. Scale: of 40 chains or halfe an English mile [1:6700]. Size: 70 x 55 cm., piece missing top left corner and piece cut out towards top right. Materials: ink and colour on parchment. Centred on: SK296372 Notes:compass directions in margins. Shows Radbourne, Markeaton, Langley, Mackworth Commons with Abbot's Way through...

[c1738]

D5631/UL

Gell family of Hopton Hall, Wirksworth

Family and estate copy deeds, etc

This collection is unlisted. See search room supervisor for interim list.


This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


A survey of a Farm lying at ye Meadow in the Tenure and Ocuupation of Wm Fenton Together with Land belonging therto in ye Over-End And in Greenfairfield. 1718. Scale:no scale shown. Size: 82 x 32 cm. Materials: ink on stiff paper, folded with...

17th-19th cent

D5762/3

'A terrier of several parcels of enclosed and field land lying in the parish of Egginton..the estate of Sir John Every, Bart, survey'd in May 1764 by J Beighton'

With Details of names of owners and tenants and of acreages, containing the following sketch maps:

1. Heath Flatt [loose, numbered D5762/3/2]

2. Stirford Field (p14)

3. Ware Close and Strine Field (p16)

4. Asphill Farm (p18)

5. Church Hade Field (p20)

6. Mill Field (p22)

7. Coalpitt Way Field (p24)

8. Street Field (p26)

9. Brund Field (p28)

10. Lowe Way Field (pp30-31)

11. Newland Nook (p32)


This terrier is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore...

1764

D5875/1

Map of Belper and Heage Manor

Showing boundaries of manor of Heage, property of Sir William Stanhope. Surveyor: John Halton. For copy, see CD/29


This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


Belper and Headge in Com. Derb. Surveighed Anno Domi 1698 by Mr John Halton: Plotted over again with an addition of the boundaries of Sir William Stanhops Mannor of Headge. Surveyor:John Halton. Scale: 60 chains or ¾ of an English...

1698

D5876/1

Map showing estate of Charles Horne in liberty of Ripley

This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


A Map of Land lying in the Liberty of Ripley belonging to Charles Horne Gent. Taken in the Year MDCCLXVI. 1766. Scale: of 10 chains [1:1600] with dividers. Size: 64 x 45 cm. Materials: coloured ink on parchment. Centred on: ? SK39493 Notes: compass rose, top of sheet ENE. Shows about 30 acres in 12 closes, some field names, acreage, reference numbers...

1766

D5877/1

Map showing manor of Morton. Surveyor: Thomas Kirkland.

This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


The Manour of Morton. Thos. Kirkland de Ashbourn. Mensuravit et delineavit Anno 1726. Surveyor:Thomas Kirkland. Scale: of 10 chaines [l:3200] with dividers. Size: 82 x 94 cm. Materials: coloured ink on parchment. Centred on: SK4060 Notes: two 8 point compass roses, top of sheet north-west. Estate map showing named closes with reference letters for...

1726

D6164/1/1

William Senior's Derbyshire maps: photocopies of 1630s originals

This set of copy maps is held for reference purposes only, and the Chatsworth Archivist/Librarian has requested that no further copies be made from these documents.

The copies are not marked with reference numbers and they have never been fully catalogued by Derbyshire Record Office staff. However, the copies in D6164 are mentioned in a number of entries in Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The descriptions read as follows:


[Ashford in the Water...

20th cent

D6171/UL

Stephen Penny, local historian

Working papers


This unlisted collection includes photocopies of some of the maps described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The descriptions read as follows:


A plan of the Manor of Hassop in the County of Derby belonging to the Worshipfull Rowland Eyre, Esq. Taken by Robert Meller, Calver. Anno. Dom. 1752. Surveyor:Robert Meller. Scale: protracted from a Scale of 4 chains or 16 Poles in an inch [1:3200]. Size: 77 x 70 cm. Materials...

late 20th cent

D6623/1

Map of Manor of Barlborough

Surveyor: John Dickinson

Buildings in block plan, field names, etc. With cartouche with names of tenants


This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


A Map of the land belonging to Sir John Rodes baronet in the Manor of Barlborough in the County of Darby, surveyor John Dickinson Anno Domini 1723. Surveyor: John Dickinson. Scale: of Gunters chains 4 to an inch [1:3200] with dividers. Size: 120 x...

1723

D6771/9/1/1

The allotment of commons within Bowden Edge in the Parish of Chapel -en-le-Frith

includes fields with names of owners


This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


The severall Commons belonging to the Townshipp of Boden Chappel were Surveyed by Samuel Hutchinson who with ye assistance of Edmd. Buckley, Saml. Frith and Frans. Gee chosen by ye Gentlemen and Owners of the said Commons did divide and set out ye same and order ye Fenceing According to this Plot and those Plots...

1712

D7676/BagC/174

Plan and section of the Hubbadale mine by James Dawson

This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


A plan of Part of Hubbadale Mine. By Jam. Dawson. 1766. Surveyor:James dawson. Scale: of 100 yards [l:530]: with extensive decoration including drawings of miner and surveyor. Size: 52 x 63 cm. Materials: coloured ink on paper. Centred on: SK142695 Notes: 8 points compass rose, top of sheet west. Mining plan drawn as a section with moorland scenery on...

1766

D7676/BagC/175

Plan of the Wheal and Crottie Soughs with part of the Hubbadale mine

Showing the Hubbadale and related veins, by James Dawson


This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


A Plan of Wheal and Crotie Sough with the neither part of Hubbadale Mine and the sundry veins possess'd in its title. By J. Dawson, fecit. [176-?] Surveyor: James Dawson. Scale: of 200 yards [1:1440]: decorated with cupids, miner, ore dresser. Size: 76 x 168 cm. Materials: coloured ink on paper...

[c1766]

D7676/BagC/181

Plan of several rakes and veins of lead within the manor of Eyam, by Samuel Hutchinson

Covers the area from the boundary of Hucklow Liberty to Eyam Town End. (With a letter from Wyatt urging that the plan be kept private).


This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


A Plan or Survey of Several Rakes and Veins of Lead-Oar within the Manor of Eyam, in the Hundred of the High Peak, County of Derby, and Duchey of Lancaster [1716]. Surveyor: Samuel Hutchinson. Scale: of 30 chains 22...

1716

D7676/BagC/200-201

Plan of Brightside and White Coe mines

Showing the places worked by different companies. With proposals submitted to the proprietors of Brightside for the working of the mine


This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


[Plan of Brightside Mine and also the White Coe Mine 17--]. Scale: 15 half yards in one inch [1:270]. Size: 45 x 57 cm. Materials: coloured ink on paper. Centred on: SK225723 Notes: compass indicator, top of sheet...

n.d

D7676/BagC/241

A map or draught of all the wasts and Commons belonging to the Towne and Liberties of Castleton

As it stands now divided among the freeholders and Coppyholders of the said town and liberties of Castleton according to their Majesties writ of partition. By Luke Leigh and Edmund Hall, Surveyors. Scale 8 ins to one chain.


This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


A Map or draft of all the wasts and commons belonging to the Towne and Liberties of Castleton as it is now Divided among the...

3 Sep 1691

D7676/BagC/242

A plan of the Manor of Hassop

Belonging to the worshipfull Rowland Eyre, esq. By Robert Meller. Scale 4 chains to one inch.


This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


A plan of the Manor of Hassop in the County of Derby belonging to the Worshipfull Rowland Eyre, Esq. Taken by Robert Meller, Calver. Anno. Dom. 1752. Surveyor:Robert Meller. Scale: protracted from a Scale of 4 chains or 16 Poles in an inch [1:3200]. Size: 77...

1752

D7676/BagC/243

A plan of the manor of Calver ... belonging to the worshipfull Rowland Eyre, Esq.

By Robert Meller. Scale 4 chains to one inch


This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


A Plan of the Manor of Calver in the County of Derby belonging to the Worshipfull Rowland Eyre Esq. Calver, Anno Dom. 1752. Taken by Robt. Meller. Surveyor:Robert Meller. Scale: Protracted from a Scale of 4 chains or 16 Poles in an Inch [A scale of 20 chains is drawn in the border below] [1:3200]. Size: 70...

1752

D7676/BagC/244

A map of the manor of Litton in the parish of Tideswell

Showing the several allotments as allotted to each owner or proprietor by commissioners appointed by Act of Parliament, particularly described in their award.

By J. Beighton.


This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


A map of the manor of Litton in the parish of Tideswell in the County of Derby shewing the several allotments as allotted to each owner or proprietor by commissioners appointed...

13 Apr 1764

D7676/BagC/274

Map: A survey taken of the land in Beard and Oulersitt [in Glossop] belonging to Rand. Ashenhurst, Esq

By Robert Hopkin, Edward Lingard and Richard Marshall. In the years 1676 and 1690.

Scale 4 chains to an inch


This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


A Survey taken of the Land in Beard and Oulersitt belonging to Rand: Ashenhurst Esq., by Robert Hopkin, Edward Lingard and Richard Marshall in the years 1676 and 1690 which in all doth contain 1057 acres 1 rood 33 oerches which . Surveyor...

1676, 1690

D7676/BagC/275A

Map of lands and tenements in Chapel en le Frith, Derbys

Field names given scale 10 chains to 1 inch


This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


A map of land and tenements in Chappell in le Frith In Derbyshire. [nd 18c] Scale: of 10 chains [1:3200] with dividers. Size: 87 x 112 cm. Inset plan 'Adam Jacksons farm….'

32 x 32 cm. Materials: coloured ink on parchment. Centred on: SK060788 Notes: compass rose, top of sheet west. Estate plan with land...

nd [18th cent]

D7676/BagC/276

Plan of the Rev. John Carver's estate at Eyam by J. Nuttal

This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


The ESTATE of the Revd. Mr.Carver lying at EYAM in the County of Derby. Survey'd in the year 1770 by J.Nuttal. Surveyor:.J[ohn] Nuttal Scale:4 chains to the inch [1:3200]. Size: 52 x 50 cm. Materials: black ink on parchment. Centred on: SK2276 Notes: compass rose, north at top. Shows numbered closes, no terrier, in plots, ?not in geographical...

1770

D7676/BagC/278

Plan of an estate at Stoney Middleton belonging to Joseph Denman

This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


Estate at Stoney Middleton belonging to Joseph Denman Esqr. [?late 18c.]. Scale: no scale [1:4800]. Size: 36 x 53 cm. Materials: coloured ink on paper. Centred on: SK232752 Notes: top of sheet south-west. Shows area around church and road to Calver: named closes, 85 acres, areas, stream, buildings in block plan. Location: DRO, D7676/BagC/278

[early 19th century]

D7676/BagC/284

A plan of Stoney Middleton, showing the common in dispute

Scale 10 chains to one inch.


This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


[Plan of the village of Stoney Middleton showing enclosed land, commons, lead mines, early 18c]. Scale: of 20 chains [1:7900]. Size: 36 x 53 cm. Materials: coloured ink on paper. Centred on: SK2175 Notes: compass indicator. Plan to illustrate a boundary dispute between Middleton and Eyam, the disputed land is most...

Early 18th century

D7676/BagC/287 to 289, 291...

Copies of maps

By William Senior, made for William, Earl of Newcastle:

Chesterfield, 1633 and 1637; Great Hucklow and Grindlow, 1631; Buxton and Birchet Hall, 1631; Stoke, 1630; 'Peak fforrest ffosterre', 1637


These copies are described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


Buckston [Buxton] in the countie of Darbie belonging to the right honorable William Earle of Newcastle. Surveied by Wm. Senior uppon the scale of 16...

20th century

D7676/BagC/290

Copies of map of Peak Forest, 1587

Copy made from the original held in the Duchy of Lancaster Records at The National Archives


This copy is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


Peake Forest in its three parts Longdendale, Asshop aand Edall, the Champion [1585]. Scale: no scale shown. Size: 81 x 107 cm., irregular. Materials: ink on paper, coloured paints. Centred on: SK1079 Notes: top about north-east (variable). Records the...

20th century

D7676/BagC/293a

Copy of map of Bowden Midlecale, Hayfield, 1600 (No.17)

Copy made from the original held in the Duchy of Lancaster Records at The National Archives


This copy is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


[Wastes, north of Hayfield n.d. 17c]. Scale: no scale [1:10500]. Size: 55 x 39 cm. Materials: coloured ink on paper. Centred on: SK054894 Notes: cardinal points at edges. Shows two areas of wastes 'Heafield More' [Middle Moor, Leygatehead Moor] and Cliff...

20th century

D7676/BagC/293b

Copies of map of Bowden Chapel, 1600 (No. 23)

Copy made from the original held in the Duchy of Lancaster Records at The National Archives


This copy is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


Endorsed 'No.23 Bowden Chapell'. [c.1640]. Scale: of 48 [chains] [1:7900] with dividers. Size: 90 x 47 cm. Materials: coloured ink on paper. Centred on: SK058789 Notes: top of sheet east. Shows wasts and commons in Chapel en le Frith with boundaries, acreage...

20th century

D7676/BagC/512

Cash book, with sketches of Lathkilldale.

The sketch map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012).. The description reads as follows:


[Panoramic sketch of N. side of Lathkill Dale 1754-5]. Scale: Plan is drawn by 20 yards in one Inch [1:720]. Size: 16 x 21 cm. Materials: ink on paper. Centred on: SK193660 Notes: mining plan showing vein as it runs up the hillside with 'drift' and 'sump', hachure style marking denoting slope, rocks and trees above, river: a loose sheet in a...

1754-1755

D7676/BagC/587/39-1

Plan of the Coast Rake in the Cowclose Title

This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


[? late 18c] Plan of Geo. Stone's title called North Side and the veins near Coastrake from Cowclose sough to Stone's Northside. DRO, D7676/BagC/587-39-1

[Late 18th cent]

D7676/BagC/664

Papers and notes, questions for witnesses etc. relating to a dispute over the boundary of the commons between Eyam and Stoney Middleton

Including a plan of the disputed area


These documents include maps described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


This plan is Drawn Representing the Great Old Vein commonly call'd Hucklow Rake Workt and brought through Huklow and Grindlow Liberty etc. Scale: of half a meer [1:185] with dividers in 8 equal parts. Size: 86 x 19 cm. Materials: sepia ink on paper. Centred on: SK1877 Notes: compass rose, NNE at...

c 1780

D7676/BagC/2894-2896

Deeds relating to property in Glossop, the Gorstilowe, Tomhey in Middlecale, etc; Ashton, Yeveley, Francis Eyre

This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


Birchet Hall in the countie of Darbie belonging to the right honorable William Earle of Newcastle. Surveid by William Senior on the scale of 16 in an inche in the yeare of our lord 1631. Surveyor: William Senior. Scale: 16 [poles]in an inch [1:3200]. Size: 50 x 30 cm. Materials: coloured paints on vellum. Centred on: SK028870 Notes: cardinal points at...

1617-1691

D7676/BagC/3349a,b

Articles of agreement

John Wright, the younger, of Eyam and the proprietors of Water Grove Mine. For the extending of the mine through the property of John Wright. and counterpart.


This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


A True Mapp… Commons within the [the Hamletts of (crossed out)] Hope …within the libertie of the [Forreste (crossed out)] Mannor of High Peake ... Surveyor:Joseph Eyre. Scale: no scale [1:12000...

15 Mar 1775

M/721

Microfilm containing copies of maps

Maps from archives held at Melbourne Hall:

Manor of Melbourne 1722

P14, P45, P52, P55, P57, P62, P67, P89, P90, P93, P98, P100, P115

1965 copy of 1798 copy of South Wingfield map of 1655


One of the Melbourne maps is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:

Part of the Lands in the Manor and Parish of Melburn in the County of Derby.1735.Surveyor:William Gardiner. Scale:of Perches, 320 being one statute...

20th cent

Q/RI/48b

Hartshorne duplicate enclosure award

This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


A map or plan of the several allotments of land in the common fields commons and wast grounds in the Manor and Parish of Hartshorne in the County of Derby as the same have been lately set out and allotted. Which map or plan is particularly referred to in the afore going award to which this is annexed for the better description and explanation of the...

nd

Q/RI/52

Hognaston Wynn enclosure map

This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


A Map of Hognaston WYNN and Hognaston Old Field in the Liberty of Hognaston in the County of Derby to which the award hereunto annexed doth refer. 1774. Scale:of 20 chains [1:6400]. Size: 45 x 34 cm. Materials: ink on backed paper, some colour. Centred on: SK2250. Notes: compass rose, north at top. Shows two separate plots not related geographically...

1774

Q/RI/62a

Langwith, Pleasley, Stoney Houghton and Shirebrook enclosure map and award

This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


A plan or map of certain common pasture ground within the mannor and parishes of Langwith and Pleasley in the hamblets of Stony Houghton and Shirbrook in the said parishes in the County of Derby [1748]. Scale: no scale [1:3300]. Size: 82 x 73 cm. Materials: coloured ink on parchment. Centred on: SK5166 Notes: compass indicator, top of sheet north-west...

1748

Q/RI/65

Littleover enclosure map and award

This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


A map of the Manor of Littleover in the County of Derby shewing the several ancient enclosures and allotments referring to the award hereunto annex'd. Survd. in 1768. J. Beighton delint. Surveyor: J.Beighton.Scale: of 20 chains [1:4800]. Size: 72 x 91 cm. Materials: ink on parchment, roads coloured yellow. Centred on: SK3234 Notes: compass rose, top...

1768-1769

Q/RI/67a

Litton enclosure map and award

This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


A map of the manor of Litton. The several allotments as particularly described in the award hereto annexed. [1764]. Surveyor:(J. Beighton Jnr.). Scale: of 40 chains [l:9500]. Size: 53 x 58 cm. Materials: coloured ink on vellum. Centred on: SK165752 Notes: compass indicator. Inclosure award plan, 1127 acres, showing named old closes and new allotments...

1764

Q/RI/84

Scropton enclosure award

This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


A Map of the several allotments in the Common Fields, Common Meadows, Commons and Waste Grounds, within the Parish and Manor of Scropton in the County of Derby referred to in the aforegoing Award. 1764. Surveyor: [Saml. Brailsford]. Scale: of 40 chains [1:6400]. Size: 85 x 73 cm. Materials: coloured ink on vellum. Centred on: SK196317 Notes: compass...

1764

Q/RP/1/276/1

Plans (3) relating to partition of commons (?)

These maps are described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


On linen label, now detached 'Parish of Castleton Acts, Plans and other documents relating to the above parish'. 1729. Surveyor: [Samuel Hutchinson]. Scale: no scale shown. Size: 66 x 60 cm. Materials: sepia ink on parchment, has been folded then rolled. Centred on: SK154854. Notes: sketch map showing one plot at Losehill Top, Castleton commons...

1729

Q/RP/1/276/2

Plan of lands at Bradwell, dated 25 Jul 1726

This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


[No title]. 1726. Scale: no scale shown. Size: 42 x 53 cm. Materials: ink on paper, torn at edges, some colour, some damage and staining. Centred on: SK175811.Notes: west at top. Shows Bradwell Town, The Forest Wall, Pindale, the Black Poole, Robins Cross, Poynton Cross, some houses in elevation, best, middle and worst sort of land: includes 'Memo...

1726

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