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A New Map of Sussex by Thomas Kitchin - 1763Source: Thomas Kitchin
Thomas Kitchin, an engraver and publisher from c.1738 to 1776, held the appointment of Hydrographer to the King. His output was prolific. He engraved the maps of the British and French dominions in North America by John Mitchell (1755), which was used at the peace coucil at the end of the revolutionary war. In his later years he worked with his son (hence senior after his name in the c.1755 edition of the Small English Atlas). He died in 1784.
for more information refer to Printed Maps of Sussex, 1575-1900 by D. Kingsley, published by the Sussex Record Society
and visit Old Sussex Mapped: Two centuries of Sussex County Maps researched by the Department of Geography, University of Portsmouth, UK.
A New Map of Sussex by Thomas Kitchin - 1763

 
 
 

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