Methwold Warren, Methwold, Norfolk

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  • OS sheet ref.: TL7492

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Map of Methwold Warren and Severalls, showing warren bounded to the east by the Devil's Ditch and the Cranwich Gate.

Surveyor: Thomas Clear (1685-1706).
Coloured: Yes.
Compass: Yes.
North: two compass roses, one for each area of the map.
Scale: Warren 40 perches to 1in.; Severals 80 perches to 1in.
Cartouche: No.
Fieldnames: No.
Acreages: Yes.
Tenures: No.
Structures: Yes.
Topographical features: Methwold Church (perspective), two windmills (perspective), old and new lodges in the warren, fences and ? burrows of pillow mounds, the Stoke river (Wissey) sluice house, The Ferm house, 8, 10, 12 and 20ft dykes.
Warren shaded green with little rabbits and circular areas with dark spots (? pillow mounds). Simple scale line surmounted by dividers, double border in green with flowers.

Thomas Clear; fl 1685-1706; surveyor

Map of Methwold Warren in Methwold, Weeting and Cranwich

Appears to be an 18th century copy of Duchy of Lancaster map of 1580.
Surveyor: John Lane (1580).
Coloured: Yes.
Compass: No.
North: towards the right hand side of map, Occident, orient, Sept and Merid written in margins.
Scale: 60 poles to 1in.
Cartouche: No.
Fieldnames: No.
Acreages: No.
Tenures: No.
Structures: Yes.
Topographical features: Brandon river; roads, Feltwell, Hockwold, Wilton, Brandon, Mumford, Cranwich and Weeting churches, ancient bank crosses the area, Howes or hillocks (?old dunes?).
Warren coloured green (now yellowish) and ornamented with rabbits. Elevation drawings of lodge on warren and churches. Scale line surmounted with dividers, explanatory panel, green border. Details include rectangular cartouche enclosing names of jurors and commissioners and a statement of walking the warren bounds (Methwold Warren was once the property of the Duchy of Lancaster), cardinal points and dividers and rule scale.

John Lane; fl 1580; surveyor