This guide is a collection of links to online resources useful for the study of medieval landscapes in the historic county of Surrey, put together by Rob Briggs, Historic Environment Record Officer for Surrey County Council. It acts as a follow-up to a Surrey Archaeological Society study day about the medieval landscape in March 2020, with a focus not on medieval towns and villages but on the surrounding manors, farms, fields and other rural institutions.
If readers know of other useful websites and pages, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and they will be added to a revised version.
(Image caption: Imbhams Farm near Haslemere: a late 16th-century farmhouse and associated buildings on the site of a settlement first recorded in the 13th century. The place-name is credibly Old English (i.e. pre-12th century) in origin: *Ymbehamm “Hemmed-in land/meadow/enclosure where bees are kept or swarm".)