Geoff Gwatkin Maps

Herefordshire and Gloucestershire maps based mainly on the Tithe Surveys of the 1840’s, but supplemented by enclosure or estate maps where there were no tithe surveys (especially in Gloucestershire). For maps in Wales see Herefordshire list.

There is a series for each county (with a few outliers like Tenbury Wells & Old Radnor) of A1 black and white research maps with field names, land uses, description of buildings on the maps and a list of landowners added. They can cover one large parish or a number of smaller parishes. They have been painstakingly redrawn at a common scale of 6 ins to 1 mile to be of use to historians, archaeologists, genealogists and anyone interested in the history of the landscape around their properties. Recently added are Hay and Cusop (H-103) and Skenfrith (M-1)

The research has also made possible the production of hand drawn and coloured decorative maps individually commissioned for a farm or parish or to be centred on a particular property, usually at 8 ins to 1 mile.

Smaller prints can be made from maps already produced but the full scale map remains unique to the person commissioning it.

Maps are also produced for books and articles etc.
My Gazetteer of Herefordshire is also available to view on this website. 
Section from an A3 decorative oval.
 Section from an A1 research map.