We are so fortunate to have access to a map that was made exactly at the moment when our family apparently first surfaced in London. Many of those roads still survive, albeit changed beyond recognition save for the distances between them. Firstly there is an image of the entire map. Not all the segments are relevant to us, I've included some just to show the size of London in 1745 and 1799 compared to the capital at the start of the 21st century. Itseems unbelievable today that our first ancestors could have strolled through nearby fields when they were living in Soho. There are some addresses that I haven't included because those segments are on the edge and wouldn't have fitted into the screenpage. In some instances the borders of each paneloverlaps its neighbour by a small margin.
The John Rocque 1745 map is followed by an identical table ofpanels, each of which contains addresses directly associated with the early Gauberts. The Horwood 1799 map is even more helpful to our family because it shows the house numbers.