Manorial maps



Scope note(s)

  • Maps and plans of a manor. If the map has been drawn up to illustrate a particular aspect of the manor such as the location of commons or the extent of encroachments this has been added to the basic description.
  • Maps may accompany surveys or rentals. Numbers included on maps often relate to tables of references which list field names, tenants and acreages.
  • Ordnance Survey maps, although not manorial documents, have been included where they have been marked to show manor boundaries.
  • Volumes of estate maps have not be trawled for maps of manors or parts of manors.

Source note(s)

  • A keyword used by TNA Manorial Records Project (Norfolk) 2013.

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Map of Kenninghall

Coloured. Scale given. Shows land of the manor of Kenninghall (Fine Arbitrary and Whole Year Lands) and the Rectory manor (Fine Arbitrary, Fine Customary, Whole Year Lands and Freehold).

Plan of the manor of Panworth Hall in Ashill

Surveyor: unknown.Coloured: Yes.Compass: No.North: not given.Scale: 3 chains to 1in.Cartouche: No.Fieldnames: Yes.Acreages: Yes.Tenures: No.Structures: Yes.Topographical features: Fields, roads, buildings common associated with Panworth Hall, fiel...

Panworth Hall Manor; 1189-1925; Ashill, Norfolk

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