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Tithe and Inclosure Maps

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Worcestershire Archive and Archaeology Service

Worcestershire Tithe and Inclosure Map Project

This project provides on-line access to digitised 18th and 19th century maps in the county, with their attached documentary evidence. Together, these transform flat maps and documents into a powerful searchable research tool. 

The capabilities of the system can be only partially demonstrated on-line. The full system, showing tithe and inclosure maps with all the information held on the Historic Environment Record, is available at the offices of the Historic Environment and Archaeology Service. Contact the Historic Environment Record to arrange an appointment to view these maps and records.  

New maps are added as they are completed and there is not full coverage of the county yet. Progress so far

The links below give access to an internet mapping system for viewing modern and historic maps. 

The Badsey GIS links to a separate site containing further historical information about the parishes of Badsey and Aldington.  The Stourport GIS links to a separate site with access to research done by Stourport Civic Society as part of Unlocking Stourport's Past which used the tithe maps for information. The Hanley Castle GIS links to a separate site containing a series of historical maps digitised as part of a local project.  For more information about these projects see the Project Partners page.

Button to go to Tithe Mapping
Tithe Mapping
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Button to go to Badsey Mapping
Badsey Mapping
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Button to go to Stourport Mapping
Stourport Mapping
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Button to go to Hanley Castle Mapping
Hanley Castle Mapping
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A broadband connection is recommended in order to speed the downloading of the maps. Worcestershire Libraries provide free access to broadband computers.

Digital photographs of the original maps are available on CD and can be purchased from the Hive.

Your parish not yet digitised?

We rely on external funding to undertake this work.  
If you belong to a local history, archaeology or community group then we may be able to assist your organisation to apply for a grant to allow this work to continue as part of a group/community project.  
Contact the Historic Environment Manager for details. 

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Help Information

A manual describing the features of the tithe website and some information about Geographical Information Systems is available. Guide to the Worcestershire Maps website (PDF 1.2 MB)

A manual describing the Hanley Castle online GIS is available. Guide to the Hanley Castle website (PDF 669 KB)

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This page was last reviewed 10 April 2014 at 11:42.
The page is next due for review 7 October 2015.