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Cantii. Southsexiae. Surriae. et Middelsexiae comitat.    Christopher Saxon.
Engraving by Remigius Hogenbergius, dated 1575 the fourth state, published by Philip Lea in about 1680 with some alterations. Roads  were added and the hundreds are marked

Canterbury. 1588   Georg Braun & Franz Hogenberg

Kent. 1611  John Speed  in the The Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine

Canterbury. 1611  John Speed   in the The Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine

 Rochester. 1611 John Speed   in the The Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine

Kent and Suffolk coastline . 1630.  GerardMercator/Jan Jansson

Thanet - Mappa Thaneti Insula.   1642  Cartographer not known. Inscription reads (translated from Latin) "from an old manuscript book formerly in the Augustinian monastery of Canterbury; now (that is 1652) held by the Masters and Fellows of Trinity College Cambridge" in The History and Antiquities ... of the Isle of Tenet ... By John Lewis. pl. 2 (1723)

Kent.   1660  Jan Jansso n

Dover.    1661  Rutger Hermannides in Britannia Magna

Cantium vernaculae Kent .  1664.   Joan Blaeu

A Mapp of Kent with its Laths and Hundreds.   1673 Richard Blome in Britannia
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Rye, Winchelsea and Romney Marsh.   1693  Capt. Greenville Collins in The Great Britains Coasting Pilot                                                                     Grace Galleries        

Kent.  1695  Robert Morden in Camden's Britannia   Robert Ross & Co.

Kent.  1701  Robert Morden in The New Description and State of England.

Kent  1720  Emanuel Bowen and John Owen in Britannia Depicta   The Old Map Shop  

Kent.   1724  Hermann Moll in A New Description of England and Wales, (1724 or 1739 reprint)
                              map mogul

The South Prospect of Dover.   1739  Samuel & David Buck in Prospects of English Towns

A Large Chart of the Downes.   ca.1740  Mount & Page

Kent.   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)

Eastern Kent to Sheppey and Appledore, inc. Sandwich, Dover and Ashford , 1744  Henri Fricx  (One sheet of a 21-sheet map of Belgium entitled Partie de Angleterre)

Kent divided into its Lathes . 1756. Emmanuel Bowen from  General
              Magazine of Arts and Sciences 

Kent. 1760  Thomas Kitchin for the London Magazine

The Roads from London to Dover,Rye, Hith, Margate, Ramsgate and Deal.   1765  London Magazine

Kent. 1769  prob.by Thomas Bowen in England Displayed

Kent.  1769  Thomas Kitchin. Index map to John Andrews & William Herbert's Large Scale Map of Kent

Index map of Kent .(detail) ca.1770   Thomas Kitchin in Kitchin's English Atlas

NE Kent and Coastal Waters .(detail) 1769  John Andrews

The Roads from Chelmsford....to Saffron Waldon, Chelmsford to Gravesend, Canterbury to Deal and Dover.   1770  Universal Magazine

Kent.    1780  John Sellar in Francis Grose's Antiquities of Great Britain

The Thames Estuary.  ca.1780  John Andrews

Thames.Swanscombe.Longfield.Horton.Hartley 1786  John Cary Postaprint- Antique Maps and Prints

Kent.   1787  John Cary in his New and Correct English Atlas   Your Old Maps Online

Blackheath Hundred.   1794.  John Andrews. (detail of a map of Kent, showing Deptford, Woolwich, Beckenham, Bromley, Eltham.

The Ground Plott of Canterbury ca.1795  W.Hollar  Steve Bartrick Antique Prints & Maps

A Chart of the Downs with the Flats of the North and South Forelands and the Channel into Ramsgate Harbour  from the Observations etc. of the Trinity House Pilots & Surveyors.  1800  pub. Laurie and Whittle
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The History and Topographical Survey of the County of Kent:
Containing the antient and present state of it, civil and ecclesiastical; collected from public records, and other the best authorities, both manuscript and printed: and illustrated with maps, views of antiquities, seats of the nobility and gentry, &c.
By Edward Hasted , Canterbury, Printed for the author, by Simmons and Kirkby.
Maps engraved by William Barlow
Published in 12 Volumes.                                  1797-1801
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A Plan of the                         City and Suburbs of Canterbury. 
A Map of                              Chartham Downs.
A Map of The Hundreds of Tenterden Blackborne Oxney and Ham.
A Map of The Hundred  of  Watchlingstone.  
A Map of The Hundreds of Calehill and Chart and Longbridge.
A Map of The Hundred  of  Wrotham and the Hundred of Littlefield.
A Map of The Hundreds of Loningborough and Folkestone.  
A Map of The Lowy of        Tunbridge.
A Map of The Hundreds of Hoo and of Chatham and Gillingham.
A Map of The Hundreds of Stowting, Street & Heane and of Bircholt Barony and Franchise.
A Map of The Hundreds of Felborough and Wye.
A Map of The Hundred  of  Ringslow containing the Island of Thanet.
A Map of The Hundred  of  Faversham.
A Map of The Hundred  of  Twyford.
A Map of The Hundred  of  Rochester and Larkfield.
A Map of The Hundred  of  Eyhorne.
A Map of The Hundred  of  Brenchley and Horsemonden.
A Map of The Hundred  of  Westerham and Eatonbridge.
A Map of The Hundreds of Eastry and the Liberty of the Town & Port of Sandwich.
A Map of The Hundreds of Totlingtrough and Shamel.
A Map of The Hundreds of Stowting, Street & Heane and of Bircholt Barony and Franchise.
A Map of The Hundred  of  Blackheath.
A Map of The Hundred  of  Axtane.
A Map of The Hundreds of Great Barnfield & Selbrittenden
A Map of The Hundred  of  Maidstone.
A Map of The Hundred  of  Little and Lesnes, and the Hundred of Dartford and Wilmington.
A Map of The Hundreds of Wingham & Kinghamford.
A Map of The Hundreds of Westgate, Whitstable, Blengate, & Preston.
A Map of The Hundreds of Downhamford, and of Bridge and Petham with the City  of Canterbury.
A Map of The Hundred  of  Marden.
A Map of The Hundreds of Middleton alias Milton, and of  Tenham.
A Map of The Hundred  of  Boughton Blean, the Liberty of Seasalter, and the Liberty of the
                                                Ville of Dunkirk, antiently the King's Forest of Blean.


Kent.  ca. 1800  John Cary for Mr. Boy's Agricultural Account of Kent

Kent.   1803  John Aikin in England Delineated 5th edn   East-West Cartographics

Rochester/Chatham.   1805 John Cary - detail from Kent in  John Stockdale's New British Atlas,

Canterbury. 1810  George Cole, engr. J. Roper in The British Atlas    Steve Bartrick Antique Prints & Maps

Canterbury-town plan .  1810.     engr.J.Roper  in The British Atlas originally issued to accompany The Beauties of England by E. W. Brayley and J. Britton.

Kent. 1811 S. Neele in John Wilkes' Encyclopaedia Londinensis

Environs of Margate and Ramsgate.   1812  John Cary

Kent. 1814  John Cary in Cary's Traveller's Companion   The Old Map Shop

Margate-Ramsgate area (Isle of Thanet).   1819  John Cary from Cary's New Itinerary

Kent.   ca.1820   J.Wallis in Lewis's, New Traveller's Guide,

Kent and Sussex.  1824  Aristide Perrot  From L'Angleterre ou Description Historique et Topographique du Royaume uni de la Grande-Bretagne . A miniature map of the county with highly decorative border engraved by Adrien Migneret.   Gillmark Galleries, inc.

Canterbury area.   1829 detail probably from Henry Teesdale's New British Atlas,

Kent.   1833    W. Schmollinger.in Thomas Moule's The English Counties Delineated; or, A Topographical Description of England.

Kent.   1833 William Darton

Kent.    1833 Sidney Hall in A New British Atlas   rookesfineart

Canterbury, Rochester, Chatham & Dover. -town plans.   1835  Robert Creighton. engr. J. Walker  for Lewis' Topographical Dictionary.

Maidstone.   ca. 1835  Robert Creighton,  engr. J.& C. Walker for Lewis' Topographical
Dictionary.

Chatham. 1835  Robert Creighton, engr. J. & C. Walker for Lewis's Topographical Dictionary.

Kent. 1835  Robert Creighton, engr. J. & C. Walker for Lewis's Topographical Dictionary.


Folkstone.  ca. 1835  Robert Creighton,  engr. J.& C. Walker for Lewis' Topographical Dictionary.(detail)

Kent. 1835  George Cole, John Roper pub. Thomas Dugdale  Robert Ross & Co.

Dover.   1835  Robert Creighton,  engr. J. & C. Walker for Samuel Lewis's Topographical Dictionary

 Isle of Thanet 1836 John Dower in Thomas Moule's The English Counties Delineated; or, A Topographical Description of England.

Kent.   1838  Robert Creighton.  engr. J.& C.Walker. for Samuel Lewis's Topographical Dictionary

Kent.   1840  J.Archer in Dugdale's England and Wales Delineated

Margate. 1848  W. Schmollinger for Thomas Moule, published in James Barclay's Complete and Universal Dictionary
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Dover. 1850-60  Alexander Fullarton. detail from Ports and Harbours on the South- East Coast of England.

Kent. 1852 or 1854.  Sydney Hall in A Travelling County Atlas.
This work was first published in 1842 and went through numerous updated editions until 1880.
This is one of the first editions to distinguish between completed railways (thick black line) and projected railways (thin hatched line), some of which were never completed.
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London & the Estuary of the Thames. 1860   A.Vuillemin.  Virtue & Co.

Kent.   1861  B.R. Davies for the Weekly Despatch

The Watering Places of Kent   1861  John Dower for the Weekly Despatch Atlas

Ashford area.   1863 B.R.Davies (detail from county map  in The Weekly Dispatch Atlas )

Dover-Fythorne area.   1863.  B.R.Davies (detail from county map  in The Weekly Dispatch Atlas )

Kent.  ca.1870  Ordnance Survey (detailed maps)

Kent.   ca.1870 W.Hughes  Virtue & Sons. London

Rochester-Chatham area.   ca.1880  detail from County Map pub. William Mackenzie

Kent. 1885  Report of the Boundary Commissioners for England and Wales.
                                                 
London Ancestor

Kent.   1892  George Phillp and Son in Phillips Handy Atlas

Dover. town-plan(and detail)  1900 K.Baedeker

Chatham. town-plan(and detail)  1900 K.Baedeker

Canterbury .town-plan(and detail)  1900 K.Baedeker

Canterbury area.   1922  detail-Ordnance Survey 1/4 inch to 1 mile