Bednall Collection BC19 Maps 
No.s 1 to 30

The Bednall Archive 

Last updated 19/02/2009


Ref.
BC19/-
 

Date

Places

Description

Names

1

1952

Hanley, Staffordshire;

Ordnance Survey Plan: Staffordshire SJ 8847  (33/8847)  Scale 1:2500.  Dated 1952. This shows the Nelson Pottery on Commercial Road and Botteslow Road, Hanley that include the former pottery of Bednall & Heath.

Bednall; Cotton; Heath;  Lockitt;

2

1924

Eccleshall, Staffordshire;

Ordnance Survey Plan: Staffordshire  XXIX. 11. Scale 1:2500. Based on 1878 plan revised in 1921 and showing the area to the north and northwest of Eccleshall. It includes the Bishop's Castle.

  

3

 

Derbyshire; Lancashire Leicestershire;  Nottinghamshire; Staffordshire; Warwickshire; Worcestershire; Yorkshire; etc.

Trent River Authority Plan: Scale 1:250000. Printed by Arthur Gaunt & Sons, Heanor, Derbyshire. Undated.  Based on the Ordnance Survey plan and covering an area from Bolton, Leeds and Hull in the north to Worcester in the south and from Newport in the west to Spalding and Peterborough in the east. The map is broadly centred on Nottingham and a red line demarcates the area covered by the Water Board.

Gaunt;

4

1970

Leek, Staffordshire

Ordnance Survey Plan: Staffordshire.  SJ 9657 & SJ 9757. Scale 1:2500. Based part survey 1964 and 1968 revision. Published 1970. It covers part of the North Ward of Leek and shows the dyeworks on the Macclesfield Road, Highfield and Abbey Green.

  

5

1955

Doveridge, Loxley, Marchington, Uttoxeter, Staffordshire;

Ordnance Survey Plan: Staffordshire Sheets SK 03 SE and SK 13 SW. Scale 1:10560 (6") Provisional Edition Revised before 1930 and between 1930 and 1945. Major features only revised 1949 Published 1955. Covers Uttoxeter UD, Uttoxeter Rural, Loxley, Doveridge and Marchington.

  

6

1955

Burslem, Hanley, Stoke-on-Trent, Wolstanton,  Staffordshire;

Ordnance Survey Plan: Staffordshire Sheet SJ 84 NE. Scale 1:10560. Surveyed between 1949 and 1953 and published 1955. Covers Stoke-on-Trent, Basford; Burslem, Hanley; Porthill, Sneyd Green, Hartshill and Wolstanton.

  

7

1950

Dale-Abbey, Stanley, Derbyshire;

Ordnance Survey Plan: Derbyshire Sheet LNE Provisional Edition based on a revision of 1913 with additions in 1938. Published 1949 and reprinted 1950. Shows Dale Abbey, Morley and Stanley. Includes Locko Park.

  

8

1735

Stramshall, Uttoxeter, Staffordshire.

Photocopy of a map of an estate at Stramshall, Staffordshire belonging to Richard Minors of Holly Berry Hall, Uttoxeter, Staffordshire by William Lander 1735. Staffordshire Record Office D1175. Scale 1 inch = 3 chains. It gives field names  and acreages and shows houses.

Lander; Minors; Wild;

9

1964

Congleton, Cheshire

Ordnance Survey Plan: Cheshire Sheet No. SJ 8463 & SJ 8563. Scale 1:2500. Revised 1963. Published 1964.Congleton West Ward, the Clayton By-Pass, and Daisy Bank shown.

  

10

1973

Congleton, Cheshire

Ordnance Survey Plan: Cheshire Sheet No. SJ 8462 & SJ 8562.  Scale 1:2500. Revised 1963. Levelled 1965, boundaries 1973. Published 1973. Congleton to Astbury Marsh.

  

11

1964

Congleton, Cheshire

Ordnance Survey Plan: Cheshire Sheet No. SJ 86463 & SJ 8763. Scale 1:2500. Revised 1963. Published 1964. Showing Congleton North Ward, Buglawton, the Bath Vale Works and the Macclesfield Canal.

  

12

1930

Crewe, Gawsworth, Middlewich, Cheshire; Market Drayton, Shropshire; Eccleshall, Leek, Stoke-on-Trent, Uttoxeter,  Staffordshire;

Ordnance Survey Plan. Special Sheet. Popular Series: North Staffordshire. 1" map. Printed 1930.

  

13

1969

Manchester, Oldham, Rochdale, Lancashire; Bradford, Doncaster, Huddersfield, Leeds, Sheffield, Yorkshire;

Ordnance Survey Plan.  South Yorkshire. 0.5" map. Published 1969. Includes the Isle of Axholm.

  

14

1969

Wisbech, Cambridgeshire; Boston, Grantham, Lincoln, Spalding, Stamford. Lincolnshire; Newark, Nottinghamshire; Oakham, Rutland;

Ordnance Survey Plan.  South Lincolnshire. Scale 1 : 100000. Published 1969. Includes parts of adjacent counties.

 

15

1870

Macclesfield, Cheshire;

Photocopy of large scale map of Macclesfield showing mills, barracks, field boundaries, the homes of the gentry etc.

 

16

1915

Maghull, Lancashire; Leek, Staffordshire;

Messrs Wardle & Davenport Ltd, Leek, Staffordshire. Plan No. 10759. Plan of Mill Street Dyeworks, Leek, showing arrangement of machinery. Scale 1/8" to 1ft.  Drawn by H. S. Crow, Maghull, Lancashire and dated 5 October 1915,

 Crow; Wardle; Davenport;

17

1960

Leek, Staffordshire;

Leek Staffordshire- A Plan For Development. Scale 6" to a mile.  Town Planning Institute. Final Examination Part 1 - 1960.  Special Testimony

 

18 1827

Leek, Staffordshire

Photocopy/photograph plan of the Highfield Estate, Leek, Staffordshire.1827.  Scale 1" = 3 chains.  Staffordshire Record Office (SRO) D1176/A/11/10 Gives names of owners of adjacent land. Crops indicated on some fields. [This appears to be a draft for BC19/19.

Badnall; Brown-Cave;

19 1827

Leek, Staffordshire

Photocopy/photograph plan of the Highfield Estate, Leek, Staffordshire.1827.  Scale 1" = 3 chains. Drawn by Charles Heaton.  Staffordshire Record Office (SRO) D1176/A/11/10  Gives field names, acreages and  names of owners of adjacent land.

Badnall; Brown-Cave; Emerson; Heaton;Wardle;

20 1924

Chebsey, Staffordshire

Ordnance Survey Plan: Staffordshire Sheet XXIX .12  Scale 1:2500 Surveyed 1878. Revised 1922. Relevelled 1923. Chebsey, Staffordshire.

 

21 1924

Ankerton, Brockton, Catshill Cross, Field Cross, Eccleshall, Staffordshire

Ordnance Survey Plan: Staffordshire Sheet XXIX .7  Scale 1:2500Surveyed 1878. Revised 1922. Relevelled 1923.Three Farms (part of) Eccleshall, Staffordshire.

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22 1924

Baden Hall, East Fields, Hill Farm, Upper &  Lower Heamies, Yarnsfield, Eccleshall, Staffordshire

Ordnance Survey Plan: Staffordshire Sheet XXIX .8  Scale 1:2500Surveyed 1878. Revised 1922. Relevelled 1923. Three Farms (part of) including Baden Hall and Hill Farm, Eccleshall.

 

23 1924

Baden Hall, East Fields, Hill Farm, Upper &  Lower Heamies, Yarnsfield, Eccleshall, Staffordshire

Ordnance Survey Plan: Staffordshire Sheet XXIX .8  Scale 1:2500Surveyed 1878. Revised 1922. Relevelled 1923.As BC19/22.

 

24 1924

Cotes, Standon, Walford, Staffordshire;

Ordnance Survey Plan: Staffordshire Sheet XXIII .15  Scale 1:2500Surveyed 1878. Revised 1922. Relevelled 1923. Part of Standon Parish including Standon and Walford.

 

25 1924

.Aspley, Mill Meece, Slindon, Walford, Staffordshire;

Ordnance Survey Plan: Staffordshire Sheet XXIX .3  Scale 1:2500Surveyed 1878. Revised 1922. Relevelled 1923. Parts of Standon & Eccleshall parishes including Walford, Aspley, Slindon & Mill Meece

 

26 1909

Henbury, Parkett Hayes, Ivy Holme, Macclesfield, Cheshire;

Ordnance Survey Plan: Cheshire Sheet XXXVI .11  Scale 1:2500 Part of Macclesfield Parish.

 

27 1824

Endon, Upper Hulme, Leek, Staffordshire;

Large scale, coloured plan of an estate at Upper Hulme, Leek, Staffordshire, drawn by Charles Heaton of Endon in 1824. It gives field names, acreages and names of owners of adjacent properties. [Incorrectly numbered BC19/26B]

Buxton; Condlyffe; Gent; Gould; Hillditch; Hughes; Hulme; Wardle; Watson; Wilkinson;

28 1938

Macclesfield, Cheshire

Proposed layout of the Clarke Joint Estate drawn by Percy Wright, Macclesfield 1937. Scale 40ft to 1". Key plan incorporated covering Cheshire Sheets XXVI .11 and .7. Area bounded (broadly) by Ivy Road, Chester Road and Parkett Hayes, Macclesfield.

Clarke; Wright;

29 1935

Macclesfield, Cheshire

Plan of land in Ivy Lane, Macclesfield showing Town Planning Schemes, Drawn by Percy Wright, Macclesfield 1935. Scale 1:2500. Covers part of Ivy Road, Ivy Lane and Chester Road showing Ivy Cottage, Ivy Holme, Ivy Mead, Ivy Bank, Dawson's Farm, Ivy House and Park Brook.

Bianchi; Clarke; Higginbotham; Wright;

     

AWBednall, Macclesfield 2009