Halewood Local History Pages

Local Maps


Maps

Listed here are several maps covering Halewood and the surrounding area. Many are held in Lancashire Record Office or Liverpool Record Office where the full sheets can be consulted by the public in the reading room.

1610 Lancashire by John Speed (born in Farndon - see here for further information)

Scroll down to bottom of map where the three manor houses of Hale, the Hut (for Halewood) and Halewood (Lovel's Hall for Halebank) are recorded.

Robert Morden's Map of Lancashire 1695

As Speed's Map above - scroll down to bottom of map where the three manor houses of Hale, the Hut (for Halewood) and Halewood (Lovel's Hall for Halebank) are recorded.

Yates' Map of Lancashire 1783 (extract)

Lord Derby Estate Map 1783

(tracing of original held at Knowsley Hall Lord Derby Archive

Enclosure of Halewood 1803

A fuller discussion and explanation of the map can be found here

Greenwood's Map of Lancashire 1818

Hennet's Map of Lancashire 1819 (extract)

OS Map 1840s (extract)

An extract from a larger sheet, a map based on the 1840s but with later additions such as railways

OS Map 1840s (extract)

A smaller extract from above map showing Halewood Township highlighted.

1840s Tithe Map (extract)

Small extract from the 1840 Tithe Award for Halewood Parish showing the village area

OS Map 1846 (extract)

Extract from a much larger sheet, featuring Halewood Village vicinity.

New Hutt 1895

A very small extract from a large scale sheet 25" to 1 mile

Old Hutt 1895

A very small extract from a large scale sheet 25" to 1 mile showing the former manorial moated site. See here for more detail.

Lovel's Hall 1895

A very small extract from a large scale sheet 25" to 1 mile showing the former manorial moated site of Lovel's Hall in the Halebank end of the township. See here for more detail.

Halewood Triangle 1895

A small extract from a large scale sheet 25" to 1 mile showing the Halewood Triangle/Wood Road area. More information on the history of the Railway Triangle can be found here.

Halewood 1903

Halewood 1936

Google Earth Overlay 2008

A section of Halewood covering the village area showing street names



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