Year group: 1700s

Holme on the Wolds Enclosure Map (1796)

This is a typical ‘Enclosure’ map, which was produced to show parish & township boundaries, enclosed and open fields, farms, settlements, and rural land ownership in connection with the allotment of common land to private owners.

(Early maps such as this tend to be far less accurate than their modern counterparts.  It’s been overlaid onto our base map to give you a very general comparison of past & present, but should not be taken as a completely accurate representation of the landscape at that time)

Archive ref: IA/80

Walkington Enclosure Map (1795)

This is a typical ‘Enclosure’ map, which was produced to show parish & township boundaries, enclosed and open fields, farms, settlements, and rural land ownership in connection with the allotment of common land to private owners.

(Early maps such as this tend to be far less accurate than their modern counterparts.  It’s been overlaid onto our base map to give you a very general comparison of past & present, but should not be taken as a completely accurate representation of the landscape at that time)

Archive ref: IA/167

Melbourne & Storthwaite Enclosure Map (1782)

This is a typical ‘Enclosure’ map, which was produced to show parish & township boundaries, enclosed and open fields, farms, settlements, and rural land ownership in connection with the allotment of common land to private owners.

(Early maps such as this tend to be far less accurate than their modern counterparts.  It’s been overlaid onto our base map to give you a very general comparison of past & present, but should not be taken as a completely accurate representation of the landscape at that time)

Archive ref: IA/108

Welwick & Weeton Enclosure Map (1771)

This is a typical ‘Enclosure’ map, which was produced to show parish & township boundaries, enclosed and open fields, farms, settlements, and rural land ownership in connection with the allotment of common land to private owners.

Look carefully and you’ll notice that it’s actually dated ‘1721’.  This is an error from the original Enclosure Award.

(Early maps such as this tend to be far less accurate than their modern counterparts.  It’s been overlaid onto our base map to give you a very general comparison of past & present, but should not be taken as a completely accurate representation of the landscape at that time)

Archive ref: IA/181

Sancton Enclosure Map (1770)

This is a typical ‘Enclosure’ map, which was produced to show parish & township boundaries, enclosed and open fields, farms, settlements, and rural land ownership in connection with the allotment of common land to private owners.

(Early maps such as this tend to be far less accurate than their modern counterparts.  It’s been overlaid onto our base map to give you a very general comparison of past & present, but should not be taken as a completely accurate representation of the landscape at that time)

Archive ref: IA/135

Out Newton Enclosure Map (1756)

This is a typical ‘Enclosure’ map, which was produced to show parish & township boundaries, enclosed and open fields, farms, settlements, and rural land ownership in connection with the allotment of common land to private owners.

(Early maps such as this tend to be far less accurate than their modern counterparts.  It’s been overlaid onto our base map to give you a very general comparison of past & present, but should not be taken as a completely accurate representation of the landscape at that time)

Archive ref: IA/120

Southburn Enclosure Map (1797)

This is a typical ‘Enclosure’ map, which was produced to show parish & township boundaries, enclosed and open fields, farms, settlements, and rural land ownership in connection with the allotment of common land to private owners.

(Early maps such as this tend to be far less accurate than their modern counterparts.  It’s been overlaid onto our base map to give you a very general comparison of past & present, but should not be taken as a completely accurate representation of the landscape at that time)

Archive ref: IA/155

Millington Enclosure Map (1 of 2) (1770)

This is a typical ‘Enclosure’ map, which was produced to show parish & township boundaries, enclosed and open fields, farms, settlements, and rural land ownership in connection with the allotment of common land to private owners.

(Early maps such as this tend to be far less accurate than their modern counterparts.  It’s been overlaid onto our base map to give you a very general comparison of past & present, but should not be taken as a completely accurate representation of the landscape at that time)

Archive ref: IA/111

Millington Enclosure Map (2 of 2) (1770)

This is a typical ‘Enclosure’ map, which was produced to show parish & township boundaries, enclosed and open fields, farms, settlements, and rural land ownership in connection with the allotment of common land to private owners.

(Early maps such as this tend to be far less accurate than their modern counterparts.  It’s been overlaid onto our base map to give you a very general comparison of past & present, but should not be taken as a completely accurate representation of the landscape at that time)

Archive ref: IA/111

Beeford Enclosure Map (1768)

This is a typical ‘Enclosure’ map, which was produced to show parish & township boundaries, enclosed and open fields, farms, settlements, and rural land ownership in connection with the allotment of common land to private owners.

(Early maps such as this tend to be far less accurate than their modern counterparts.  It’s been overlaid onto our base map to give you a very general comparison of past & present, but should not be taken as a completely accurate representation of the landscape at that time)

Archive ref: IA/12