|Alan Godfrey Maps|
|Old Ordnance Survey Maps One Inch to One Mile|
This One Inch to the Mile map covers a northern area of Norfolk, around and to the west and south of Fakenham. Coverage stretches from Shernborne and Grimston eastward to Elmham Park, and from West Barsham southward to Castle Acre. As usual with Norfolk there are numerous small villages, and other features include Raynham Park (in the centre of the map), Houghton Hall, Coxford Heath; also the Midland & Great Northern Joint Railway and a stretch of the GER Wymondham & Wells Branch. The reverse includes an extract from Norfolk sheet 48.01 which shows the village of Litcham in detail, complete with directory.
It is not possible to list the many hamlets, farmsteads and other topographical features shown on these maps. However, you might find it useful if we here list the majority of the principal villages and church parishes that are included on this map.
Norfolk: Alethorpe, Anmer, Ashwicken, Bagthorpe, Barmer, Beetley, Bircham Newton, Bircham Tofts, Brisley, Castle Acre, Colkirk, East Barsham, East Bilney, East Lexham, East Raynham, East Rudham, East Walton, Fakenham, Flitcham cum Appleton, Gayton, Gayton Thorpe, Great Bircham, Great Massingham, Great Ryburgh, Gresenhall, Grimston, Harpley, Helhoughton, Hempton, Hillington, Horningtoft, Houghton, Kempstone, Kettlestone, Litcham, Little Massingham, Little Ryburgh, Little Snoring, Longham, Mileham, North Elmham, Rougham, Roydon, Sculthorpe, Shereford, Shernborne, South Raynham, Stanfield, Stibbard, Syderstone, Tatterford, Tattersett, Tittleshall, Toftrees, Weasenham All Saints, Weasenham St Peter, Wellingham, West Acre, West Barsham, West Bilney, West Lexham, West Raynham, West Rudham, Whissonsett.