Jefferys' Map of Yorkshire (1771)

Thomas Jefferys (c.1719–1771) was a cartographer and engraver who produced a series of English country large-scale maps in the 1760s and 1770s.

The County of York Survey'd in MDCCLXVII, VIII, IX and MDCCLXX was published in 1771.

The Huddersfield area is covered by sheet 7.

The following sheets digitised by McMaster University and made available under a CC BY-NC 2.5 CA licence are available to be viewed online:

  • sheet 1 — Brough, Dent, Hawes, Kirkby Longsdale, Ripon (town plan), Sedbergh, and Settle
  • sheet 2 — Bedale, Bernard Castle, Masham, Middleham, Paitley Bridge (Pateley Bridge), Richmond, and Ripley
  • sheet 3 — Aldborough, Barnalby Moor (Barmby Moor), Coxwold, Guisbrough (Guisborough), Helmsley Blackmoor, Kirby Moorside, Knaresborough, North Allerton, Stockton, Stokesley, Thirsk, and Yarum (Yarm)
  • sheet 4 — Castle Howard, Great Driffield, Kingston Upon Hull (town plan), New Malton, Pickering, Scarborough, and Whitby
  • sheet 5 — general view of Yorkshire, plus Bridlington, Filey Bay, and Hunmanby.
  • sheet 6 — Clitheroe, Coln (Colne), and Sheffield (town plan)
  • sheet 7 — Bradford, Halifax, Harewood, Huddersfield, Keighley, Leeds (inc. town plan), Otley, Peniston (Penistone), and Skipton
  • sheet 8 — Abberford, Barnsley, Bawtry, Cawood, Doncaster, Pontenfract, Rotherham, Selby, Sheffield, Sherburn, Snaith, Tadcaster, Thorne, Tickhill, Wakefield, Wetherby, Worksop, and York
  • sheet 9 — Barton, Crowle, Howden, Neverley, Pocklington, South Cave, and York (town plan)
  • sheet 10 — Kingston Upon Hull, Hedon, Hornsey, Pattrington, and Scarborough (town plan)