Essex. Burnham area. 15thC.
(see also London)
A New Mapp of the County of Essex , with the Post and Cross Roads, &c. other remarks
according to the latest and best Observations. 1605 William Smith (this edition-Henry Overton, 1751)
Tooley Adams & Co.
Colchester. 1610 John Speed in The Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine
Essex. 1640 Jan Jansson
Essex. ca.1643 Matthew Simons (with distance tables by John Norden) in A Direction for the English Traviller.3rd ednpub. Thomas Jenner
Colchester. 1648 based on John Speed's map
Essex. 1648 W. Blaeu
Essex. 1664 Joan Bleau
Dagenham. 1653 From the Map of Barking Manor made in 1653 for Thomas Fanshawe Esq ."
Essex 1662 Pieter van der Keere
Essex. John Speed/Hondius 1676 edition
Essex. 1695 Robert Morden in Camden's Britannia.
Description of Great Burstead . 1699 John Coffyn. Bodleyan Library (read their copyright notice please)
Essex. 1701 John Seller in Camden's Britannia Abrig'd (reprinted from Seller's Anglia Contracta (1695)
Essex. 1720 Robert Morden in Cox's Magna BritanniaEssex. 1720 Emanuel Bowen and John Owen in Britannia Depicta The Old Map Shop
Essex. 1742 Thomas Badeslade. pub. W. H. Toms in Chorographica Britanniæ
(High resolution images of the 1st and the extensively revised 3rd states of this atlas)
Essex. 1744 J.Cowley for R.Dodsley's The Geography of Britain
Accurate Map of the County Of Essex. 1750 Emmanuel Bowen in the Large English Atlas
Essex. 1753 Emmanuel Bowen in Britannia Depicta
The Road from London to Harwich in Essex. Actually Surveyed. 1765 London Magazine
A Map of the Road from London to Harwich, Chelmsford to St.Edmonds Bury, Colchester to Yarmouth. 1766 Gentlemans Magazine
A Map of the Hundreds of Barnstable, Rochford and Dengy. ca. 1768 Thomas Bowen In: The History ... of Essex ... By Philip Morant, etc. vol. 1
Essex. 1769 (prob. by Thomas Bowen) in England Displayed
The Roads from Chelmsford....to Saffron Waldon, Chelmsford to Gravesend, Canterbury to Deal and Dover. 1770 Universal Magazine
Essex(Brentwood area). 1777 John Chapman and Peter Andre in their large scale map of Essex.
Essex(Rayleigh area). 1777 John Chapman and Peter Andre in their large scale map of Essex.
Colchester. 1777 John Chapman and Peter Andre in their large scale map of Essex.
Provincia di Essex. 1779 Antonio Zatta in Atlante Novissimo (vol.1)
The Thames Estuary. ca.1780 John Andrews
Essex. 1787 John Cary in A New and Correct Atlas
Die Gegend um London (The Environs of London) . 1789 Franz Joseph von Reilly in Schauplatz der Funf Theile Der Welte
Essex. 1794 John Cary in New Map of England and Wales with Part of Scotland .
Essex. 1801 John Cary in Cary's New English Atlas published 1809
Essex. 1805 John Cary in the New British Atlas, pub John Stockdale
Essex. 1810 Samuel Neele in John Wilkes' Encyclopaedia Londinensis
Essex. 1813 J.Wallis in A New and Improved County Atlas. Wallis's New British Atlas pub. S.A OddyEssex. 1814 John Cary in Cary's Traveller's Companion The Old Map Shop
Cochester. 1818 in Excursions
Essex. 1824 Aristide Michel Perrot
From L'Angleterre ou Description Historique et Topographique du
Royaume uni de la Grande-Bretagne.
Essex. 1830 T.L. Murray engr. Hoar & Reeves for An Atlas of the English Counties divided into Hundreds
Essex. 1831 Robert Creighton , engraved by T.Starling for Lewis' Topographical Dictionary
Essex. 1836 W. Schmollinger.in Thomas Moule's The English Counties Delineated; or, A Topographical Description of England.
Isle of Thanet. 1836 John Dower in Thomas Moule's The English Counties Delineated; or, A Topographical Description of England.Essex. 1840 Robert Creighton for Lewis's Topographical Dictionary
Essex. ca.1840 J.Archer from Dugdale's Curiosities of Great Britain
Essex. 1843 J.Archer for Dugdales England and Wales Delineated
Essex. 1848 John Archer in Dugdale's Curiosities of Great Britain (1848 edn.)
Essex. ca.1848 Robert Creighton, engr. J.& C. Walker for Lewis' Topographical Dictionary.
Maldon-Burnham area. 1863. B.R.Davies (detail from county map in The Weekly Dispatch Atlas )Essex. 1892 George Phillp and Son in Phillips handy Atlas