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Result number (Introduction) - Please quote Reference: DE1016_Map_of_Whornes_Place_Estate_Cuxton_1670/01_Intro on request slip.
Path: Unofficial_or_Privately_Originated_Collections/ DE1016_Map_of_Whornes_Place_Estate_Cuxton_1670/ 01_Intro.htmlIMAGEBASE USERS PLEASE SCROLL DOWN Important note to imagebase users. Caveat and disclaimer. Customers wishing to reproduce, print-off, download or publish images from this database or imagebase may require the permission of the owner of the Copyright of the original records. Publication by Medway Council of this database or imagebase does not imply a right on the part of the user to reproduce, print-off, download or publish the images or absolve the user from the need to obtain permission to reproduce items subject to Copyright. Medway Council has obtained permission from Copyright owners to reproduce images in this database or imagebase without prejudice to wider Copyright. Strictly no commercial or organisational reproduction, printing-off, downloading or publication of the images in this imagebase may be undertaken without the prior consent of Medway Council or the owner of the Copyright of the original records. No separate or independent databases or imagebases derived from this imagebase may be created for organisational or commercial purposes without the express permission of Medway Council or the Copyright owners. Where downloading of images is permissible it may only be done for reasons of private study. Private study is defined by the Patent Office and the definition is incorporated in the relevant legislation. Medway Archives and Local Studies Centre DE1016 Map of Whorne's Place Estate, Cuxton and Halling, 1670 Purchased by Medway Council from Cobnar Books, Wateringbury 8 August 2005 with financial assistance received from Cuxton Parish Council and and the North Downs Way National Trail Lost landscapes Project (funded through Kent County Council and the Countryside Agency by the Heritage Lottery Fund Local Heritage Initiative Project.) Listed by Borough Archivist 18 October 2005 File updated by Borough Archivist 19 October 2005
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Path: Unofficial_or_Privately_Originated_Collections/ DE1016_Map_of_Whornes_Place_Estate_Cuxton_1670/ DE1016.htmlHand-drawn map of Whorne’s Place Estate, Cuxton and Halling, 400 acres, owned by Sir John Marsham, giving field names, acreages and showing the River Medway, field boundaries, rabbit warrens, rights of way (including the route now known as the North Downs Way), buildings (including Whorne’s Place) and woodland, surveyed by Robert Felgate, with Marsham’s coat of arms and scale of perches.CDRom available
Quantity: Parchment 34 ½” x 18” (875mm x 460mm) 1 membrane
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