Joseph Hodskinson's map of Suffolk 1783

Digitally redrawn by Andrew Macnair 2010

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How to order

The maps are printed on 160g matte paper using Epson pigment based inks.

Hodskinson’s Suffolk in six sheets. The whole county in divided into six sheets (see plan) and each sheet is 35 by 40 ins. giving a scale of approximately 1.6 inches to the mile. The North Central map has a detailed map of Ipswich, the North West section shows the trigonometrical details used for the survey and the South West section has a sketch of the Abbey Gate in Bury St. Edmunds.


One sheet at£28
All six sheets at£25 each

All prices are + P&P.

Suffolk in one sheet
Measuring 35 by 52 ins. (89 by 131 cms.) giving a scale of approximately ¾ ins. to one mile. Price £40 plus P&P.
Extra large version of the whole county
This measures 40 ins. by 60 ins. (102 by 152 cms.) and costs £45 but it is too large to post and needs to be collected in person.
Custom sheets
Prints of smaller areas, individual parishes or groups of parishes can be arranged, prices on application.
Booklet coverWhole map in booklet form
The whole county map in four folded sheets in an A4 size booklet with explanatory notes. Each map is 74cm × 57cm, giving a scale of one inch to 1.2 miles. Each sheet slightly overlaps its neighbour, so reducing the risk of a village being ‘on the edge’.

Cost £40

ISBN 978-0-9566198-9-1

Orders may be made by email to

Please state which map(s), eg North Central, that you require.

SheetISBN number
North West 978-0-9566198-0-8
North Central 978-0-9566198-1-5
North East 978-0-9566198-2-2
South West 978-0-9566198-3-9
South Central 978-0-9566198-4-6
South East 978-0-9566198-5-3
Whole county sheet 978-0-9566198-6-0
Whole county in 4 sheets in booklet 978-0-9566198-9-1

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