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Map of Sedgeford: 'A map of the east brecks and lands adjoining in Sedgeford, belonging to the Dean and Chapter of Norwich' lying between Sedgeford and Docking

Surveyor: John Say (1736-1746).
Coloured: Yes.
Compass: Yes.
North: towards to lower right-hand corner. Compass rose in blue and yellow.
Scale: 25 perches to 1in.
Cartouche: No.
Fieldnames: Yes.
Acreages: Yes.
Tenures: No.
Structures: No.
Topographical features: roads and field boundaries, reference to bounds of adjacent parishes.
Title across the top of the map, scale surmounted by dividers bottom right panel containing plots of land and their areas centre bottom.

Maps of Sedgeford: 16 small maps of the 'So: and No: Brecks of Sedgeford'

Surveyor: John Say (1736-1746).
Coloured: Yes.
Compass: No.
North: Indicated in words on the individual little maps.
Scale: not given.
Cartouche: No.
Fieldnames: No.
Acreages: Yes.
Tenures: Yes.
Structures: No.
Topographical features: roads, field boundaries, strips, clay pit.
Maps purport to bring together information regarding tenants for disputed lands marked in red. Tables give the occupiers and their dues for rent and tythe.

Maps of Sedgeford: one of Westhall lands coloured blue and the other of Easthall lands bordering Fring and Docking Field.

Surveyor: John Say (1736-1746).
Coloured: Yes.
Compass: No.
North: North is to the bottom of the page for the Westhall land and to the right hand margin of the Easthall farm.
Scale: not given.
Cartouche: No.
Fieldnames: Yes.
Acreages: Yes.
Tenures: Yes.
Structures: No.
Topographical features: Small stream, roads the way to Sharnburn (Shernborne), field boundaries.
Reference made to part of Docking field and Docking Whin Close and Sedgeford Common. Note saying 'Plott of Easthall lands lyeing next Docking or east of the great covert'.

Map of Sedgeford of land lying between Sedgeford and Fring and to east of Peddar's way

Surveyor: John Say (1736-1746).
Coloured: Yes.
Compass: No.
North: towards the top of the page, but not indicated in any way on the map.
Scale: not given.
Cartouche: No.
Fieldnames: No.
Acreages: Yes.
Tenures: Yes.
Structures: Yes.
Topographical features: Fring Cross, Peddar's wat, small stream, buildings in elevation, roads, field boundaries, clay pit.
Insert of fields 'These two Furl. Lye beyond ye brecks'.

Map of Sedgeford: lands lying east of the Peddar's way and south of the crossroads with the Sedgeford-Docking Road.

Surveyor: John Say (1736-1746).
Coloured: Yes.
Compass: No.
North: North is towards the left hand margin, north and west written on map.
Scale: not given but approx 10in. to 1 mile.
Cartouche: No.
Fieldnames: No.
Acreages: Yes.
Tenures: Yes.
Structures: Yes.
Topographical features: roads with destination, windmill, Cross at crossroads, field boundaries and strips.
5th precinct.Lands coloured yellow belong to East Hall Farm, coloured dots indicate other owners land. Reference to 4th precinct to the north. Also Fring field, and 10, 12, 17, 19 and 20 Quar.

Map of Sedgford: two areas of land northeast of the village and adjacent to Peddar's way

Surveyor: John Say (1736-1746).
Coloured: Yes.
Compass: No.
North: North is towards the bottom of the page north and south written on maps.
Scale: not given.
Cartouche: No.
Fieldnames: No.
Acreages: Yes.
Tenures: Yes.
Structures: No.
Topographical features: Roads, Fring Cross, Peddar's way, field boundaries, strips within fields. Fring Field, Ringstead Ling.
Yellow colour is Easthall farm, coloured dots indicate other farmer's fields. Parts of the 4th and 5th precincts.

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