Manorial maps

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  • 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.

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

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41 Archival description results for Manorial maps

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Two plans, survey of manor of Broomhill and plan of Weeting Hall, typed extract from notebook of Revd R.A. Oram about poors land, 1916

Survey of the manor of Bromehill in Weeting belonging to Christ Church, Cambridge. Surveyor, J. Dugmore; copied by Peter Potter, 1804. Coloured. Compass. Scale of 6 chains to 1 in.
Weeting Hall estate, 1813, showing existing and new plantations of trees. Includes Grimes Graves and the Devil's Ditch. Coloured.

Bromehill Manor; 1189-1925; Weeting, Norfolk

Sketched plan of the [Manor of Cringleford] showing the houses of the village between the church and watermill with 'Hellesdon House' and surrounding closes and heathlands

May relate to the apportioning or enclosure of the heathlands in Cringleford. Identifies the holders of the several messuages shown on the plan and includes notes concerning the extent and suitability of the unenclosed lands for tillage of barley or wheat.

Map of manor of Flitcham with the farm of Little Appleton thereto adjoining, the estate of Thomas Lord Lovell

Surveyor: unknown.
Coloured: Yes.
Compass: No.
North: towards top of map.
Scale: 3 chains to 1in.
Cartouche: No.
Fieldnames: Yes.
Acreages: Yes.
Tenures: Yes.
Structures: Yes.
Topographical features: Flitcham village Church, Abbey and Hall. Source and course of Babingley river.
In eastern part of map, the strip fields are overlain by a new field pattern in orange. Scale line surmounted by dividers. Tenants of farms listed in panels at foot of map with fields and acreages. Lands lying north of the Babingley river between Flitcham Abbey and beyond the B 1440 road. Grid ref. of Flitcham village church TF 725267.

Flitcham Manor; 1189-1925; Flitcham, Norfolk

Map of the lands of John Wogan, esq., in Redenhall and Wortwell to which belong the manors of Redenhall Holdbrook Halker and Coldham

Surveyor: unknown.
Coloured: Yes.
Compass: No.
North: binding edge appears to be north, Starston lies to the west of Redenhall.
Scale: not known.
Cartouche: No.
Fieldnames: Yes.
Acreages: Yes.
Tenures: No.
Structures: Yes.
Topographical features: Roads, avenue of trees, former Abbey and Gawdy Hall lie on the missing (?) southern part of the map Stables. Boules's Farm is the present-day Oaklands farm TM 248 867.
Rectangular box for title of map, fields with areas in boxes mid left and lower right. Not all field numbers are present, suggesting this is only part of the whole map. Table of contents of Boules's Farm and Gawdy Hall Farm.

Alburgh Manor; 1189-1925; Alburgh, Norfolk

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