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A posthumous plan of the Forest of County Huntingdon at the turn of the fourteenth century

Date   2013
Size:  

A1 (Portrait) International Paper size (841 x 594 mm, 33.1 x 23.4 in) which includes a border

( ~ 6.6cm, 2.5in)

Scale:   2cm : 1 mile : 6/8in
Extent:   The old County of Huntingdonshire including the detatched portions of Tetworth and Swineshead, with parts of Cambridgeshire (and Isle of Ely), Bedfordshire, Northamptonshire (and Soke of Peterborough).
Description:  

Portrait format, full colour print on gloss paper. The original 1301 AD text has been translated into Modern English and the location and owner of medieval woods and groves is depicted using a font that is sympathetic to the original source. The extent of haga (Anglo-Saxon cores of later Norman to Plantagenet forests) are depicted based on extent as plotted from 1218 AD perambulation text. Medieval Woodland extent is reconstructed where possible based on estate maps, place-names and field-pattern analysis. and distinguished from woodland that persisted to the early and late Victorian eras. Forest areas as described by Dugdale is depicted. Parkland is depicted; Medieval, Tudor (mostly extinct) and that persisting to the Victorian era.  A coloured legend and drawing notes provide further information.

 

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Introductory offer £79.00 plus p & p
Order code – FCHA1

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A posthumous plan of Medieval, Tudor and Victorian Parkland extent, Huntingdonshire, England.

Date   2013
Size:  

A1 (Portrait) International Paper size (841 x 594 mm, 33.1 x 23.4 in) which includes a border

( ~ 6.6cm, 2.5in)

Scale:   2cm : 1 mile : 6/8in
Extent:   The old County of Huntingdonshire including the detatched portions of Tetworth and Swineshead, with parts of Cambridgeshire (and Isle of Ely), Bedfordshire, Northamptonshire (and Soke of Peterborough).
Description:  

Portrait format, full colour print on gloss paper. A companion to the Forest of County Huntingdon, this plan records parkland in the county as inferred from numerous sources. Parkland is depicted in different shades according to its recorded age; Medieval, Tudor (mostly extinct) and that persisting to the Victorian era. Where records describe the date of imparkment, or extension of an imparkment license, these dates are given. The extent of Royal Haga are shown, as these contained the deer parks at Sapley and Weybridge (possibly at Harthay also), however, imparkment licenses were not required for Crown demesne. A coloured legend and drawing notes provide further information.

 

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Introductory offer £79.00 plus p & p
Order code – RHSA1

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A posthumous plan of Mid-Victorian Topography of Huntingdonshire, England

Date   2013
Size:  

A1 (Portrait) International Paper size (841 x 594 mm, 33.1 x 23.4 in) which includes a border

( ~ 6.6cm, 2.5in)

Scale:   2cm : 1 mile : 6/8in
Extent:   The old County of Huntingdonshire including the detatched portions of Tetworth and Swineshead, with parts of Cambridgeshire (and Isle of Ely), Bedfordshire, Northamptonshire (and Soke of Peterborough).
Description:  

Portrait format, full colour print on gloss paper. The fenland meres, river courses and contours are depicted in full colour on a composite base plan capturing field pattern detail never before depicted on a county-wide map of Huntingdonshire. A coloured legend and drawing notes provide further information, with the old County Boundary shown on the plan.

 

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Introductory offer £79.00 plus p & p
Order code – HTA1

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A posthumous plan of Mid-Victorian Huntingdonshire, England.

Date   2013
Size:  

A1 (Portrait) International Paper size (841 x 594 mm, 33.1 x 23.4 in) which includes a border

( ~ 6.6cm, 2.5in)

Scale:   2cm : 1 mile : 6/8in
Extent:   The old County of Huntingdonshire including the detatched portions of Tetworth and Swineshead, with parts of Cambridgeshire (and Isle of Ely), Bedfordshire, Northamptonshire (and Soke of Peterborough).
Description:  

Portrait format, full colour print on gloss paper. The old county boundary is depicted over a composite base plan capturing field pattern detail never before depicted on a county-wide map of Huntingdonshire. A coloured legend and drawing notes provide further information.

 

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Introductory offer £79.00 plus p & p
Order code – HVA1

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A posthumous plan of the Royal Haga of Weybridge (part of the dynamic Forest of County Huntingdon as perambulated in the year 1218 AD during the reign of King Henry III).

Date   2013
Size:   A2 (landscape) International paper size (594 x 420 mm, 23.4 x 16.5 in) which includes a border (~ 4.5cm, or 1 and 7/8 in).
Scale:   5.75cm : 1 mile : 2 and 2/8 in. Scale bar on title block.
Extent:   This plan depicts the Royal Haga of Weybridge in the context of Huntingdon town, Buckden, Ellington, Godmanchester, Grafham, Hartford and Woolley villages
Description:  

Landscape format, full colour print on gloss paper. The original 1218 AD Medieval Latin perambulation text is reproduced and an English translation provided using a font that is sympathetic to the original source. Place-names recorded in the translation are located on the plan by use of coloured, numbered reference dots. A coloured legend and drawing notes provide further information.

 

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Introductory offer £49.00 plus p & p
Order code – RHWA2

Details_Map5_Weybridge

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A posthumous plan of the Royal Haga of Harthay (part of the dynamic Forest of County Huntingdon as perambulated in the year 1218 AD during the reign of King Henry III).

Date   2013
Size:   A2 (landscape) International paper size (594 x 420 mm, 23.4 x 16.5 in) which includes a border (~ 4.5cm, or 1 and 7/8 in).
Scale:   6.5cm : 1 mile : 2.5 in. Scale bar on title block.
Extent:   This plan depicts the Royal Haga of Harthay in the context of Huntingdon town, Alconbury, Brampton (including Port Holme and Brampton Wood), Ellington, Grafham, Great Stukeley and Little Stukeley villages.
Description:  

Landscape format, full colour print on gloss paper. The original 1218 AD Medieval Latin perambulation text is reproduced and an English translation provided using a font that is sympathetic to the original source. Place-names recorded in the translation are located on the plan by use of coloured, numbered reference dots. A coloured legend and drawing notes provide further information.

 

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Introductory offer £49.00 plus p & p
Order code – RHHA2

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A posthumous plan of the Royal Haga of Sapley (part of the dynamic Forest of County Huntingdon as perambulated in the year 1218 AD during the reign of King Henry III)

Date   2013
Size:   A2 (landscape) International paper size (594 x 420 mm, 23.4 x 16.5 in) which includes a border (~ 4.5cm, or 1 and 7/8 in).
Scale:   9cm : 1 mile : 3.5in. Scale bar on title block.
Extent:   This plan depicts the Royal Haga in the context of Huntingdon town, Great Stukeley, Little Stukeley, King’s Ripton and Hartford
Description:  

Landscape format, full colour print on gloss paper. The original 1218 AD Medieval Latin perambulation text is reproduced and an English translation provided using a font that is sympathetic to the original source. Place-names recorded in the translation are located on the plan by use of coloured, numbered reference dots. A coloured legend and drawing notes provide further information.

 

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Introductory offer £49.00 plus p & p
Order code – RHSA2

Details_Map7_Sapley

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A posthumous plan of the Forest of King’s Delph (part of the dynamic Forest of County Huntingdon afforested by Sir Robert Passelewe during the minority of King Henry III, plotted as per the perambulation given by William Dugdale in 1662 AD).

Date   2013
Size:   A2 (landscape) International paper size (594 x 420 mm, 23.4 x 16.5 in) which includes a border (~ 4.5cm, or 1 and 7/8 in).
Scale:   5.75cm : 1 mile : 2 and 2/8 in. Scale bar on title block.
Extent:   This plan depicts the Forest of King’s Delph in the context of Whittlesey Mere, Whittlesey, Peterborough, Ramsey Mere, Ugg Mere, Brick Mere, Benwick Mere, Doddington and Chatteris.
Description:  

Landscape format, full colour print on gloss paper. Transcription of William Dugdale’s 1662 text (English language at the time of the Restoration). Place-names recorded in the text are located on the plan by use of coloured, numbered reference dots. A coloured legend and drawing notes provide further information.

 

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Introductory offer £49.00 plus p & p
Order code – KDFA2

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A posthumous plan of the Bishopric of Ely’s Somersham Chase (part of the dynamic Forest of County Huntingdon as granted by King Richard I, plotted as per the perambulation given by William Dugdale in 1662 AD).

Date   2013
Size:   A2 (landscape) International paper size (594 x 420 mm, 23.4 x 16.5 in) which includes a border (~ 4.5cm, or 1 and 7/8 in).
Scale:   3cm : 1 mile : 1. 1/8 in. Scale bar on title block.
Extent:   This plan depicts the Chase of Somersham in the context of Huntingdon town, Brampton (west) to Over and Swavesey (east), Abbot’s Ripton (north) to Colne and Godmanchester (south) villages.
Description:  

Landscape format, full colour print on gloss paper. Transcription of William Dugdale’s 1662 text (English language at the time of the Restoration). Place-names recorded in the text are located on the plan by use of coloured, numbered reference dots. A coloured legend and drawing notes provide further information.

 

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Introductory offer £49.00 plus p & p
Order code – SCA2

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A posthumous plan of the Ramsey Banlieu as held by the Abbey of Ramsey (quit forever of the dynamic Forest of County Huntingdon by precept of King Henry I, plotted as per the perambulation given by William Dugdale in 1662 AD).

Date   2013
Size:   A2 (landscape) International paper size (594 x 420 mm, 23.4 x 16.5 in) which includes a border (~ 4.5cm, or 1 and 7/8 in).
Scale:   2.5cm : 1 mile : 1.0 in. Scale bar on title block.
Extent:   This plan depicts the Ramsey Banlieu in the context of Whittlesey Mere, Ramsey Mere, Benwick, Doddington, Chatteris, Warboys, Ramsey, Little Raveley, Monk’s Wood, Wood Walton, Sawtry, Covington, Holme and Yaxley.
Description:  

Landscape format, full colour print on gloss paper. Transcription of William Dugdale’s 1662 text (English language at the time of the Restoration). Place-names recorded in the text are located on the plan by use of coloured, numbered reference dots. A coloured legend and drawing notes provide further information.

 

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Introductory offer £49.00 plus p & p
Order code – RBA2

Details_Map10_Ramsay