Go Fur­ther

Eight more web­sites fea­tur­ing digi­tised maps that fam­ily his­to­ri­ans can’t af­ford to miss

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CHESHIRE TITHES

maps.cheshire.gov.uk/tithemaps

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.

FAM­I­LYSEARCH

maps.fam­i­lysearch.org

This site maps English par­ish bound­aries as well as Poor Law Unions, en­abling you to see ju­ris­dic­tions and neigh­bour­ing parishes.

THEGE­NEAL­O­GIST

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

kyp­west.org.uk

Ex­plore a wide range of his­toric maps from across the South-West from Devon up to Gloucestershire with this in­ter­ac­tive web­site.

MAP HIS­TORY

maphis­tory.info

This his­tory of maps is main­tained by Tony Camp­bell, for­mer map li­brar­ian at the Bri­tish Li­brary, and has ad­vice for fam­ily his­to­ri­ans.

NOR­FOLK E-MAPS

his­toric-maps.nor­folk.gov.uk

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.

SCOTLANDSPLACES

scotlandsplaces.gov.uk

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

vi­sionof­bri­tain.org.uk

This site also al­lows you to ex­plore the out­put from the GB1900 project, and get to grips with var­i­ous maps go­ing back to 1805.

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