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.
- 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)