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filename=townlands (Townlands of Ulster, list of the townlands in Ulster per county) ie (Ordnance Survey Ireland) Topographical (Lewis Topographical Dictionary) England and Wales showing the administrative areas and units of England.For each place name the parish is shown and gives start date for parish registers and Bishop Transcripts.pubid=445 (Samuel Lewis’s Topographical Dictionary of England, 1848) searchable OS town & county maps) (Jonathan Potter Ltd, seller of maps & map books) London Topographical Society: Charity selling London maps, plans and views including the A to Z series consisting of six published maps of London at roughly 100 year intervals with full street indexes) of Roman Britain) History Interactive Map: See significant events throughout European history against the backdrop of an interactive map and see how each 'nation' of people [nationality] and nation-state [country] evolved and materialized into its current form) Scotland (National Records of Scotland: Research Guides: Maps and Plans) action=view&id=3 (Guide to the administrative areas and units of Scotland) uk/scotgaz/(The Gazetteer for Scotland, includes Groome's 19th century Ordnance Gazetteer of Scotland) (Ordnance Gazetteer of Scotland edited by Francis Groome, 1892-6) Ireland (1851 General Alphabetical Index to the Townlands and Towns, parishes and Baronies of Ireland) Also see County & Local Histories Enclosure Maps and Awards Estate Maps Fire Insurance Registers, Plans and Maps Valuation Office Field Books & Maps County Record Offices (ARCHON Directory: Find the details of a UK archive from a searchable list of over 2,500 archives The catalogue can be found on the Discovery home page) The National Archives (Historical mapping) Institute of Heraldic and Genealogical Studies (IHGS Parish Maps and IHGS Registration District Maps) British Library (Map Library.The library has one of the largest collections of maps, plans and topographical views in the world, numbering some 4.5 million, with a chronological spread of over 2,000 years.
The lower the second number the more detailed the map will be.
The plans series may be searched on the online catalogue.
Scotlands People Centre is a partnership between the National Records of Scotland and the Court of the Lord Lyon.
Also consider looking for planning maps for infrastructure projects such as railways, canals and sewers some of which were adapted by commercial companies.
Many Ordnance Survey (OS) records were destroyed by a fire in 1841 and enemy action during WWII whilst some OS maps cover military operations abroad.