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Charney Bassett 1899
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Map Legend

BM

Bench Mark

BR

Bridle Road

C Tk D

Centre track of drain

CD

Centre of Drain

CR

Centre of Road

CS

Centre of stream

def

Defaced track of stream, drain or fence

FB

Footbridge

FP

Footpath

GP

Guide Post

PO

Post Office large scale

R.D.Bdy

Rural District Boundary

SD

Side of stream or drain, drain or stream straight. Boundary changes sides

sl

Sluice

Smy

Smithy

SS

Side of Stream, Boundary Straight, stream or drain changes sides

W

Well

4ft RH

4ft from root of hedge or fence etc

Eg.

41

1.034

 

Parcel of land Number

Area of Parcel in acres

ʃ

Braces indicate that the spaces so connected are included in the same reference number and area

 

Inland Revenue Finance Maps of 1912

A Valuation Survey was carried out by the Valuation Office of the Board of Inland Revenue at the direction of the Finance (1909-1910) Act 1910 for the purposes of Estate Duty.

Maps were drawn up showing the location and extent of each property and plot of land to be valued. The maps used were Ordnance Survey sheets at various scales, this one being 1:2500 to which the district valuation officer added a number, normally in red ink, the hereditament (a piece of property that can be left to someone after its owner has died). The extent of each hereditament was shown by a colour-wash along the boundaries, often in pink or green. The boundary of the ITP (income tax parish) was marked in yellow.

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