Maps form an invaluable record and aid to understanding. A rich past is reflected in the changes seen over time, in patterns of land ownership and in the juxtaposition of farm and village, community and landscape and the natural versus the man made.

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Lloyd George Survey of Land Values (more commonly 'The Lloyd George Maps'), c 1910
Lloyd George Survey of Land Values Types of RecordThe survey involved a mass of bureacracy and many forms, but only a few of the main classes of record have survived, compiled at different stages of the process; it is important to know at what stageā€¦
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