'A trewe and perfect platt of the demeine landes belonging to the Mannor of Mascalls Bury, scituate lyinge and beinge within the parish of White Roodinge and in the countie of Essex'
Level: Category
Estate and Family records
Level: Fonds
Level: Series
Scope and Content:
Scale of 5 inches to 80 perches [1:3168].

406 acres in south-west, south, south-east and east of parish, 'now the lands of the right worshippfull Sir John Poynts alias Morris knight'. Distinguishes arable, pasture, meadow and woodland. Buildings including the moated Bury, post windmill and site of former mill drawn in elevation. Scale bar and dividers.
Dates of Creation:
6 May 1609
Creator Name:
John Walker junior
Physical Characteristics:
Ink and water colour on parchment.
540 x 1180 mm.
Existence of Copies:
A reduced black-and-white photograph is available in the Essex Record Office searchroom (Estate Map Binder 1).
Publication Notes:
Catalogued, and seven sections reproduced, in A.C. Edwards and K.C. Newton, The Walkers of Hanningfield. Surveyors and mapmakers extraordinary (1984).
Not Available:
Use digital image(s).

Key terms

TypeKey termsDescription
Personal Names John
junior; surveyor, White Roding, 1609
Place Names Manor of Mascalls Bury
White Roding
Map, 1609
Document Types Manuscript map Manor of Mascalls Bury, White Roding, 1609
Institutions Manor of Mascalls Bury White Roding; map, 1609