Eight more websites featuring digitised maps that family historians can’t afford to miss
This free site for tithe maps and apportionments is a bit dated, but its design showing multiple windows on one screen still works a treat.
This site maps English parish boundaries as well as Poor Law Unions, enabling you to see jurisdictions and neighbouring parishes.
thegenealogist.co.uk/lloyd-george-domesday The subscription site is gradually adding to its collection of maps from the Lloyd George Domesday Survey of 1910.
KNOW YOUR PLACE
Explore a wide range of historic maps from across the South-West from Devon up to Gloucestershire with this interactive website.
This history of maps is maintained by Tony Campbell, former map librarian at the British Library, and has advice for family historians.
Here you can search approximately 700 tithe maps covering about 85 per cent of the county, alongside enclosure maps, Ordnance Survey charts and aerial photographs.
All sorts of maps and plans are available here, which you can search by place name or postcode or just by clicking the map.
VISION OF BRITAIN
This site also allows you to explore the output from the GB1900 project, and get to grips with various maps going back to 1805.