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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 in The Shires of England and Wales described by Christopher Saxton, with some alterations. Roads were added and the hundreds are marked

Hastings.(detail) 1589  Christopher Saxton in An Atlas of England and Wales

Sussex. 1599 Pieter van der Keere

Sussexia Sive Southsex olim pars Regnorum . 1607 William Kip after Christopher Saxton for Camden's Britannia 

Hastings.(detail). 1610 John Speed  in The Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine

Sussex.  1626  John Bill in the  Abridgement of Camden's Brittania

Sussex. 1635 Jacob van Langeren (distance tables by Thomas Jenner)  in Matthew Simons' A Direction for the English Traviller. (3rd edn.)

Suthsexia Vernacule Sussex.   1664  J. Blaeu   Classical Images

Sussex. 1673 Richard Blome in his Britannia

Entrance to the Rother River (Rye,Winchelsea...) 1693 Captain Greenville Collins in The Great Britains Coasting Pilot Grace Galleries

Sussex.  1695  Robert Morden in Camden's Britannia

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

Sussex.   1722 Robert Morden in Camden's Britannia   Robert Ross & Co.

Estate Map of the Manor of Woolborough, 1735

Sussex. 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)

Sussex.  1750  Thomas Kitchin for the London Magazine

Sussex. 1756 Emannuel Bowen for The General Magazine Of Arts And Sciences

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

A Plan of the Roads from London to Portsmouth, Chichester, Southampton,Poole and from Southampton to Winchester.   1765Gentlemans Magazine.

Sussex. 1769(1748)  John Rocque in England Displayed - a reprint of  The Small British Atlas(1753) whose maps were drawn from Rocque's  English Traveller (1 748)

The Road from London to Arundel & Arundel to Chichester. 1767 London Magazine

Brighthelmston. 1779 Thomas Yeakell and William Gardner

Sussex.   1787  John Cary in A New and Correct Atlas


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

Sussex.   1787(1695)  John Seller in Grose's Antiquities of England and Wales, originally published in Seller's Anglia Contracta (1695)

Parts of Surrey and Sussex.   1794  John Cary   section 16 of  of Cary's Map of England

Sussex. 1801   John Cary   in Cary's New English Atla s published 1809

Sussex.    1803  John Aikin in England Delineated   The Old Map Shop

The Route from New Shoreham to Chichester. 1811 Paterson's Roads
The Route from Chichester to Fareham. 1811
Paterson's Roads

The Route from Deal to Hythe. 1811 Paterson's Roads
The Route from Hythe to Rye. 1811 Paterson's Roads

The Route from Rye to Eastbourne 1811
Paterson's Roads
The Route from Eastbourne to New Shoreham. 1811 Paterson's Roads

Plan of City of Chichester surveyed by George Loader, 1812

The Road from London to Hastings. 1814  Edward Mogg’s Survey of the High Roads of England and Wales

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

Plan on the Allotments on the Dicker in the Manor of Laughton in the Parish of Chiddingly & Hellingly, Sussex. 1815 R. Loiser Chiddingly

Sussex Coast   . 1819 John Cary in Cary's New Itinerary    Steve Bartrick Antique Prints & Maps

Sussex. 1820 John Cary,  in Cary's Traveller's Companion

Map of Brighton.   ca.1820  engr. Cooper    Steve Bartrick Antique Prints & Maps

The Environs of Brighton. 1821 John Cary

Chichester. 1822 from Sussex Excursions

Kent and Sussex.   1824  Aristide Michel Perrot in Aristide Perrot  From L'Angleterre ou Description Historique et Topographique du Royaume uni de la Grande-Bretagne   Gillmark Galleries

Sussex.   1828  J.Pass for the Encyclopaedia Londonensis

Sussex . 1831 Robert Creighton/Samuel Lewis

Sussex.     1833 Sidney Hall in A New British Atlas   rookesfineart

Sussex 1833 Joshua Archer. White on black wood engraved print, published by William Pinnock in The Guide to Knowledge  
                                            Steve Bartrick Antique Prints & Maps

Brighton. 1834 Adaptation of Manders' 1834 map showing the growth of the town from 1779

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

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

Sussex. -electoral divisions and polling places. 1835 Robert Creighton,  engr. J. & C. Walker for Samuel Lewis's Topographical Dictionary

Rye. 1840 detail from Rye Harbour, surveyed by Messrs. Sherrard and Hall under the direction of Wm. Cubitt

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

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

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

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

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

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

Horsham Parish.   ca.1835  Lt. Robert Dawson

Midhurst Parish.   ca.1835  Lt. Robert Dawson

Arundel.   ca.1835   Lt. Robert Dawson

Rye.   1835  Lt. Robert Dawson in Plans of the Cities and Boroughs of England and Wales

Sussex.   1840  J. Archer in Dugdale's England & Wales Delineated

Sussex, 1840 Robert Creighton. pub. J&C Walker   for Lewis' Topographical Dictionary.
                                              Robert Ross & Co.

New Shoreham- electoral districts.   1840 Robert Creighton  engr. J. & C. Walker for Lewis' Topographical Dictionary.

Hollington 1844 tithe map

Sussex 1848 W. Schmollinger. for Thomas Moule's The English Counties Delineated; or, A Topographical Description of England.

Hastings Old Town. ca.1850 (333kb)

Sussex.  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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Brighton.  1855  John Rapkin for  J.Tallis & Co.   Grace Galleries

Central Hastings-the "New Town" 1859 (86kb)

Sussex. 1860 Joshua  Archer Robert Ross & Co.

The London and Brighton Railway. ca.1863 Edward Weller in The Weekly Dispatch.

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

Sussex.   1863  B.R.Davies for the Weekly Despatch Atlas

Sussex.   ca.1870  W. Hughes for Virtue's Gazetteer of Great Britain and Ireland

St.Leonards 1873 (271kb)

Sussex. ca.1879 Ordnance Survey (detailed maps)

The South Coast Railway. 1883 Edward Weller for the Weekly Dispatch

Sussex.(East)  1885  Report of the Boundary Commissioners for England and Wales.
                                                                                                         
London Ancestor
Sussex.(West)  1885  Report of the Boundary Commissioners for England and Wales.
                                                                                                         
London Ancestor

A Plan of Hastings and St. Leonards.   1890  George Bacon 

Sussex. 1890  F.S. Weller for William Mackenzie & Co.   Your Old Maps Online

Eastbourne.  ca.1890  cartographer not known

Plan of Brighton. 1892 J. Bartholomew in Black's Handy Atlas of England and Wales

Sussex. 1892 George Phillp and Son in Phillips Handy Atlas

Brighton. 1898 J.Bartholomew. The Royal Atlas of England and Wales

Hastings & St.Leonards. 1898 J.Bartholomew. The Royal Atlas of England and Wales
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Hastings .town-plan(and detail) 1900 K.Baedeker

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

Old Sussex Mapped: Two centuries of Sussex County Maps.

A beautifully presented site, in the style of "Old Hampshire Mapped". Not to be missed!!
contains the following: :

Sussex. 1756. Emanuel Bowen, Engraved for the General Magazine of Arts & Sciences for W.
Owen at Temple Bar.

Sussex. 1808 H. Cooper. Published January 1, 1808 by R. Phillips Bridge St., Blackfriar's London.

Sussex. 1808. G. Cole, engraved by J. Roper. Published by Vermy, Hood & Sharpe.

Sussex. c. 1840 Drawn and Engraved by J. Archer, Pentonville, London, for Dugdale's England and Wales
delineated.

Sussex. 1750. Thomas Kitchin. Engraved and drawn by Thomas Kitchin.

Sussex. 1763. Thomas Kitchin. Engraved and drawn by Thomas Kitchin.

Sussex. 1695. (coloured) Robert Morden. Sold by Abel Swale Awnsham & John Churchill.

Sussex. 1695. (uncoloured) Robert Morden. Sold by Abel Swale Awnsham & John Churchill.

Sussex. 1837. Moule. Engraved by W.S. Schmollinger,

Sussex.  1778-83   Yeakell and Gardner

Sussex. 1610. John Speed. Described by John Norden, augmented by John Speede, Engraved by
Hondius,

Gazetteer
Comparitive list of all town and city names on these maps. Match the old name and
spelling with the modern name, and compare the names and spellings taken from the
various maps.

Commentary
Contemporary Reflections on Sussex