OGILBY Strip Map High Barnet To Oakham, Puckeridge To Norwich

A Circa (about) 1939 Double Sided Reproduction Map 45


High Barnet To Oakham, Puckeridge To Norwich

These double sided maps were originally produced in around 1675 by John Ogilby - Presented here is a circa 1939 reproduction - so still very old!

The first side is from:

 High Barnet to Oakeham

Featuring towns, villages and places of local interest including:

 High Barnet,   Hadley,   Kicks Inne,   to St. Albans,   Potters Bar,   Bell Bar,   Hatfield Park,   Hatfield,   Lord Salisburys,   Longford Mill,   Wellin,   Woodhall Park,   Woolmer Green,   Broadwater,   to Hartford,   six small hills or knolls,   Stevenhaugh,   Gravley,   Winley Magna,   to Winley parva,   a beacon ,   Baldock,   Norton,   Radwell,   Stotfold,   Astwick,   Edworth,   Bleak Hall,   Langford,   Biggleswade,   Nethercakut,   Norhill,   Beeching Cross,   Yarford, Yurford or Yorford,   Tamesford,   Eaton,  Miels,  Eynsbury,   St. Neots,   Paxton,   Wexton,   enter Huntingdonshire,   Great Stoughton,   ye Hall,   Kimbolton Castle,   ye Earl of Manchesters,   Begram Lane,   Spaldwick,   Covington,   Catworth magna,   Leyton Stone,   Brynton,   Moulsworth,   enter Northamtonshire,   to Old Weston,   Clapton,   to Oundle,   Tichmarsh,   Lyford also Lilford,   Waddenwho,   Pilkington also Pilton,   Stoke,   Captain Paines House,   Benyfield,   Deanthorp,   Dean,   Earl of Cardigans,   Stone quarries,   Laxton,   Harringworth,   enter Rutlandshire,   Seyton,   Glaytson,   Preston,   Wing,   Martinsthorp,   ye Earl of Denbigh,   Manton,   to Ridlington,   Egleton,   gallows,   Oakeham.   




The second side is from:

Puckeridge to Norwich

Featuring towns, villages and places of local interest including:

Puckeridge,   Standon,   Hamels House,   Boughton,   to Buntingford,   Hormead parva,   Hare Street,   Hormead magna,   Binghum or Bingham House,   Withiall,   Anstye,   to Royston,   Barkway,   Berlee,   enter Essex,   Fulmeer Ditch,   Hadonburry Farm,   Hadonburry House,   enter Cambridgeshire,   a Watch house,   a farm,   Duxworth,   Wittlesford,    Wittlesford Bridge,   Hinkston,   Pampworth,   Badburnham,   to Bishop Stratford,   Abington,   Newmarket Heath,   Furzy Ground called Hare Park,   a great ditch running across ye heath vulgerly called the Devils Ditch,   the house to View the Race,   Newmarket,   a long green bank running across the way parting Suffolk and Cambridgeshire,   Chipnam,   Red House,   Kennet,   Heringswell,   Tuddingham,   Badlingham,   Berton Mills,   Elden,   Thetford,   Lilverston,   a stone cross,   Roudham,   ye hall,   Larlingford,   Herling,   Hookum,   Wilby,   Harpham,   Frettle Bridge,   Fall gate,   Attleborough,   Attleborough Hall,   Bunwell,   Attleborough Mere,   Sutton common,   Sutton Morley,   Windham Hall,   Windham,  Heatherset Common three miles long,   Miels,   Woodhall,   Heatherset,   Cringleford,   Eton,   St Stevens Gate,   Norwich. 


It measures overall 300 x 240 mm (12 x 9.5 inches) approx. It is in good condition with a little fading around the edges.You must excuse some of the spelling as parts are written in old English. This map would look wonderful mounted (matted) and framed. ( 45 ).

Condition Used
Weight 0.225kg