2 edition of Enclosure maps in Derbyshire Record Office. found in the catalog.
Enclosure maps in Derbyshire Record Office.
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There are two parts to Enclosure records (1) the map showing numbered plots of land and boundaries, (2) the accompanying award detailing the ownership of each plot of land, its extent in acres, roods and perches and the rent-charge payable on it. The enclosure maps covering parts of Derbyshire primarily date between the s and s.
There are two parts to Enclosure records (1) the map showing numbered plots of land and boundaries, (2) the accompanying award detailing the ownership of each plot of land, its extent in acres, roods and perches and the rent-charge payable on it.
The enclosure maps covering parts of Derbyshire primarily date between the s and s. Enclosure Maps 11 Parish/Place Name Date Digital copy available unless otherwise stated Carsington Hill Chaddesden c Chapel -en-le-Frith N/A See Bowden Chapel & Bowden Middlecale Chellaston See also Sinfin Moor Chelmorton & Flagg File Size: KB.
Extracts of Ilkeston Enclosure Map and Award (Q/RI/58; Q/RI/3 pp ) Book a place on an event dancing Dan Dogherty death deeds Derby Derby All Saints Derby County Derby Mercury Derbyshire Derbyshire Family History Society Derbyshire Record Office Derbyshire Record Society Derbyshire Times Derby University Derwent Valley Mills.
By the end of the century published mapping had become much more detailed. Burdett's plan of Derbyshire (, revised ) is an example.
Enclosure and tithe plans. Mostly made during the period tothey often provide the best map of a village or neighbourhood before the appearance of large-scale Ordnance Survey plans. For a list of more early maps of Derbyshire, including items held in other archives, please see Derbyshire Record Society’s edition of A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c, available in our Local Studies collection, and other libraries across the county (see the Library Catalogue for more information).
Enclosure maps in Derbyshire Record Office. book A guide to finding and using Derbyshire tithe maps and awards. Tithe maps were created for a large number of Derbyshire parishes between andand are a great resource for local, family and house historians as they are large scale maps accompanied by a schedule giving a range of information including showing who owned and occupied land and property in a particular.
In line with the latest government guidance, a number of measures, including social distancing, have been put in place to ensure everyone's safety. º Derbyshire industries, businesses, societies, charities, estates, families and voluntary groups º Manuscript and printed plans including estate plans, tithe and enclosure maps.
Derbyshire Record Office. William Burkitt (c), maltster: day book (D) Traffic Street School, Derby: records incl log books, admission registers, nursery attendance register, inventories, minutes, corresp and associated papers (D) enclosure map (D) Buxton Amateur Operatic Society: acting.
See website for Record Office Guide, parish and non-conformist register holdings, guides to cemetery records, willsmaps, family and estate archives, and annual accessions; Derbyshire enclosures Derbyshire; Derbyshire Record Office Matlock Bridge.
The Derbyshire Record Office, established inis the county record office for Derbyshire, holds archives and local studies material for the County of Derbyshire and the City of Derby and Diocese of Derby.
It is situated in Record Office contains more than four miles of original Derbyshire records. DERBYSHIRE MAPS: SUMMARY GUIDE. This is a quick research aid to manuscript maps held in collections in Derbyshire Record Office. Entries are arranged by place. Further details are given in catalogues available for reference in Derbyshire Record Office Search Room.
These should be checked before requests are made for documents to be consulted. Map certified for accuracy, 21 August Valuer: Wilmer Wilmer, The Temple, City of London, Esquire. Note: [Grid references: OSGB SK ; WGS]. WGS84 interpolated from OSGB Date: Related material: The county enrolled copy of this map is held at Derbyshire Record Office, at reference Q/RI/ Held by.
Survey maps. The working copies have been transferred to Derbyshire Record Office; the final copies are to be found in the National Archives • There were two series of reference books to the maps: the Field Books, which remain in the National Archives, and the Valuation or Domesday Books which are held in the Record Office.
The Domesday. Surname Index. The Census Name Index for the Hartshorne Sub-District (Volume ) of the Ashby Registration Area (PRO Ref. RG8 Piece Number Folios ) has been published on microfiche and in book form by the Derbyshire Family History Society. The Census Name Index for the Hartshorne Sub-District (PRO Ref.
RG12 Piece No. ) has also been. Published by Derbyshire Museum Service, c (Nottingham: Barnes & Humby Ltd.) 68 p.: ill.
(some col.), maps, ports. ISBN/ISSN X Published by the Chellaston History Group, and available for purchase from the Derbyshire Family History Society.
A CHELLASTON MAN'S JOURNAL - From late 18th to early 19th C AN INTRO. Church Records. in conjunction with the Derbyshire Record Office, have the Church of England Baptisms (), Marriages and Banns (), and Burials () online. Bolsover and Clowne Enclosure Act Derbyshire Record Office.
Film XM 7/2. A large-scale map shows each individual piece of enclosed land marked with the name of the occupier. Lists around the borders of the map give the names of all the occupiers and the acreages and rents of their holdings. Derbyshire Record Office • Enclosure, and other maps and plans, held in the Derbyshire Record Office • Recent and early edition Ordnance Survey (OS) maps • The Historic Environment Record, located at Derbyshire County Council • Archaeological and historical books and journals A full list of the sources is contained within the.Book of Marriage Licences Archdeaconary of Nottingham.
October 12th. William Clay of Houghton. Poll Tax. Hercules Clay of Shirebrook taxed. (Derbyshire Record Office Ref.- D/48/27A and 27C). Will of Hercules Clay of Pleasley Parish. (Lichfield Record Office). Duke of Portland.
(Numbered 34 on the map) containing Map of the Mott Farm: Date: Late 17th-early 18th cent: Description: This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c–" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published ).
The description reads as follows: [Parish of Atlow]. A mapp of the.