As our exhibition of hand-drawn maps continues at Museum of London, we’re still delighted every time someone sends a new one in. We’re hoping to line up a second exhibition at a different venue next year, so please do get scribbling if you’d like to be considered.
Judith Gibbons sends us a highly original, and personalised, take on London, mapping her ancestors:
I have been researching my family history for about 10 years now and found that a lot of my mother’s family lived in London, but many of them came from other areas of the country in the 18th and 19th centuries. I wanted to produce a map showing this and so this is what I’ve done!
Click the map for a larger version.
Previously: Albertopolis, Angel to Bankside, Anglo-Saxon London, Bloomsbury, Borough of Southwark, Brixton as a tree, Central London, Central London with no street names, District Line (Wimbledon Branch), Driver’s Mind Map, Fleet Valley, Hackney, Hampstead Heath, Honor Oak Park, Hoxton Square, Isle of Dogs, Kingsland Road, London as a grid, King’s Cross and Islington, Ladbroke Grove, London firsts, Mayfair, Mayfair Squares, New Cross, New Cross (the fields of), Notting Hill, Paris versus London, Patchwork London, Pimlico, River Fleet, Primrose Hill, Rivers, Shoreditch, Stoke Newington, Stratford, Toilets, Tottenham to Aldwych on bike, Tube from memory, Walthamstow by mother and daughter, West Hampstead, Westminster kettling.