OGILBY Strip Map Lichfield To Chester, Chester To Holyhead

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A Circa (about) 1939 Double Sided Reproduction Map 23
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Lichfield To Chester, Chester To Holyhead

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:

 Lichfield to Chester 

Featuring towns, villages and places of local interest including:

Lichfield,  Longway House,  Bilson Brook,  Longdon,  To Cannck ( Cannock ) vulgo Cank Wood,  Brereton vulgo Brewerton,  Hangmans oak in ye road,   Rugeley, Paper mill,  road to Cank Wood, road toArmitage,  Mr Chetwins,  Calton,  Bellamore Hall,  Sir Charles Wolseleys,  Wolseley vulgo Ousley,  Bishton,  Colledge,  Little Haywood,  Great Haywood,  Shutbarrow Manor,  Tixall,  Lord Astons,  Ingestry and hall,  Trent river,  Stowe,  brinepits,  Gayton, Weston,  ye Hall,  salt heath,  Esquire Digbys,  Sandon,  To Stafford,  Enston,  Burston,  Car house,  Aston Hall,  Walton,  Stone Park Hall,  Stone,  Darleston Bridge,  Sandiford,  Warren Hill,  Stableford Bridge,  Mare,  the Bell,  Pypeyate,  enter Shropshire, to Drayton,  Onneley,  Wore vulgo Owre,  enter Cheshire,  Bridgemore,  Checkley,  to Betley,  Dodington hall,  Lea hall,  Wibunbury,  Wankerton Hall,  Holebeck house,  Stapeley,  ye Eagle,  Namptwich ( nantwich ),  Wever fluv (river),  Sir Thomas Wilbrahams,  Acton,  Burford green,  to Tranmore Green,  road to Beam heath,   Hurlstone,  Stoke,  Hall,  Barbridge,  the cleys,  Calveley halls,  ye Wolves head,  Bunbury,   Sautry,  Tilston hall,  to Beeston Castle,  Torperley,  Mr Cockins,  Idenshew Hall,  Cotton,  Utkinton,  Dutton Hall,  ye Red Cap,  Clotton,  Chester Cartway,  Hocknill,  Cotton heath,  Cotton,  Chisterton als Christleton,  Rowton,  Glass House,  to ye Holt,  Boughton,  ye Barrs gate, West Chester.        



The second side is from:

Chester to Holyhead

Featuring towns, villages and places of local interest including:

Chester,  Brick kilns,  Sautry heath or Lower leas,  Sautry side,  enter Flintshire,  Bretton hall,  Bretton, the park,  Broughton als Brockton,  Broad lane hall,  Sautry,  Harding park,  Broad lane Hall,  Hawarden vulgo Harding,  Yowley,  Yowley,  Aston,  Pantry or Pautry bridge,  ye Boars head,  Northop,  Skybough haggin hill,  Lagin haggin hill,  Skiviog,  Smell Mills,  Caierwis,  Fulgum or Pulgum Hall,  Masmunnam hall,  Aberwilla hill,  Potuary,  Pontriffith bridg,  enter DenbighSir John Salsburys Park,  Ilewenny hall,  The common,  Denbigh,  Crosworth,  enter Caernavonshire,  Ferry house, Cpmwau as Aberconway,  Castle,  Dwegewelthey,  to Bangor and Beaumaris when ye tide is in,   Penmen Vaughen Mount,   sand and sea,  Penman maure Mount,  Ilanvervahell ?  Sands when ye tide is out,  Beaumaris,  enter Anglesey,  almes houses,  Bodegulp,  Kincough brook,  Ilansadurn or LLansadurn,  Pentreath,  Tinochet,  Barithymen,  Penmeris hall?  Hildravaght hall,  a gibbit,  pont,  ye Angell,  Llangaveney,  Haneglous,  Bodorag,  Massallan,  Tradthall hall,  LLandrogarn,  Redband bridg,  a Long Stone,  Preserved hall,  Boddedar,  LLanenghenell,  LLanuarmanhull,  to Cleveock Sands ye way to Holyhead when ye tide is out,  Holyhead.


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. ( 23 ).

Condition Used
Weight 0.225kg