RefNoACM/MAPS/13
TitleParish of Sheffield - Heeley
DescriptionHeeley, though strictly a detached part of Nether Hallam, was in fact a hamlet on its own, with its own fields, Green and School. The plans in this section give a good picture of the old open fields, much of them still lying in strips, though exchanges were taking place (ACM/MAPS/SheD/866, 854) and there were some rectangular enclosed fields. A wide area, including Green, Common and open fields, is shown in (ACM/MAPS/SheD/854). A few strips only are shown in several neat little maps by William Fairbank I (ACM/MAPS/SheD/855, 869, 870). The school and school house appear in (ACM/MAPS/SheD/864, 871).

There were wheels at Heeley, dating back to the 16th century, but the general picture is of a rural hamlet. Heeley Wheel is shown in (ACM/MAPS/SheD/860).

In this section the Sheffield-Chesterfield Turnpike Road is referred to by its modern name, London Road, throughout.
Date[early 18th cent] - post 1801
Extent18 items
AccessStatusOpen
LevelSeries
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