Locate towns and parishes within a County in England

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'''Using the site:'''
 
'''Using the site:'''
  
1. Type in town/parish in place name block – click search
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1. Type in town/parish in place name block – click search
  
2. At top of the map it lists county and time period of map
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2. At top of the map it lists county and time period of map
  
3. Allows you to zoom in on any area of the map
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3. Allows you to zoom in on any area of the map
  
4. Able to print
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4. Able to print
  
5. View aerial map
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5. View aerial map
  
6. View modern map
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6. View modern map
  
 
== Cost: ==
 
== Cost: ==
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I felt closer to my Grandparents (who died when my Father was 14-16 years old) knowing they walked down those streets/roads that I was able to pinpoint on the map.
 
I felt closer to my Grandparents (who died when my Father was 14-16 years old) knowing they walked down those streets/roads that I was able to pinpoint on the map.
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[[Category:England]]

Revision as of 03:46, 22 January 2008

Overview:

The Old-Maps website allows you to locate where your ancestor lived from the address/information obtained from 1841-1901 British Census.

Contents

Content:

Town/Parish name

County

Zoom in to locate street and major buildings in the town

Internet Address:

http://www.old-maps.co.uk

Using the site:

1. Type in town/parish in place name block – click search

2. At top of the map it lists county and time period of map

3. Allows you to zoom in on any area of the map

4. Able to print

5. View aerial map

6. View modern map

Cost:

Free

Tips:

Maps are helpful in determining distances between parishes where families lived and where different children in the same family were christened.

I felt closer to my Grandparents (who died when my Father was 14-16 years old) knowing they walked down those streets/roads that I was able to pinpoint on the map.