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millenium Millenium Maps of Scarisbrick, Aughton, Mawdesley & Bispham villages
(Each 24" x 18" on parchment)

by Gerard Swarbrick    FRSA, FBCartS


S06  MILLENIUM MAP of SCARISBRICK

Scarisbrick
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£39.00 inc. P&P24" x 18"  (61 x 46cm)

Details of every house, farm, church, inn etc, even include the names of the families living there. The Scarisbrick Map shows a detailed drawing of Pugin's Gothic masterpiece: Scarisbrick Hall, and also the beautiful Della Robia plaque in St. Elizabeth's Church.
« Story of the Scarisbrick Millenium map »

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S07  MILLENIUM MAP of AUGHTON

Aughton
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This ancient village south of Ormskirk has become a favourable residential district, though it is still surrounded by rural and farming countryside. The impressive tower of Christ Church, depicted here, can be seen for miles around. As with other maps, names of occupants of many farms and larger houses are shown.
« Story of the Aughton Millenium map »

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S08  MILLENIUM MAP of MAWDESLEY & BISPHAM

Mawdesley
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These are two villages to the North of Ormskirk, close-linked but proudly separate!
Willow-growing and basket-making used to be the over-riding occupation, but has now vanished completely. The map shows some very interesting historical links with the past, including Admiral Lord Nelson, and Blessed John Finch, a Catholic martyr. Van Gogh never actually came here, but Dutch canal engineers were certainly brought in to solve drainage problems.
« Story of the Mawdesley Millenium map »

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