Maps / Gazetteers

The Buckinghamshire genealogy society has a nice page of 40+ maps. There’s a nice big one of the whole county and its parishes, then there are lots of village maps in alphabetical order. Visit Website Read more

The North Hampshire Tithe Map project has, as it’s aim, to transcribe and digitise all the Tithe Apportionments and Tithe Maps for that area of North Hampshire covered by the present Borough of Basingstoke & Deane. Additionally all the data from the Tithe Apportionments is being compiled into a searchable database. Visit Website Read more

The Historical Norfolk Maps website has a map explorer and a map image viewer. It’s possible to view Ordnance Survey maps, aerial maps, tithe maps and enclosures. Step into the past with the interactive map explorer and view historical maps alongside historical aerial survey data and modern day Ordnance Survey maps. Overlay maps to pinpoint Read more

Carl’s cam gives you free access to hundreds of war memorials in Cheshire with the names of those on them. There is a surname index for easy browsing. Photos of Cheshire can also be found using the alphabetical place name list, plus there’s a gazetteer of Cheshire with a handy timeline of its history. A Read more

The Gazetteer for Scotland is a vast geographical encyclopaedia, featuring details of towns, villages, bens and glens from the Scottish Borders to the Northern Isles.

Links to old maps of Herefordshire dating from 1610 – 1900. There are about 50 maps listed varying in quality.