Military maps in 1820

The oldest known maps of the yard

The maps below from 1820 are of the courtly domains within the Zeldam section of the Court Weddehoen. They are copies with later noticed names. It comes from the State Archives and was measured and signed under the direction of I.I. Sorg. It is section G of Zeldam divided over 4 cards. The Koebrugge courtyard can be found on the third map. The cadastre was founded under French influence by Louis Napoleon, the first king who appeared more Dutch than the Frisian branch of Oranje Nassau later.

Screen 18 (Zeldam-G1)

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Screen 18 (Zeldam-G2)

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Screen 18 (Zeldam-G3)

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Screen 18 (Zeldam-G3a)

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The postal road is the old connection from Goor to Delden and was closer to the courtyard than the current N346. That postal road still exists and is a B away from the outlying area. The following is an overview map of the entire Ambt Delden.

Screen 18 (Ambt-Delden-1820)

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