Based on a map by Neil Punnett (2000), ‘Coastal Erosion: Back to nature’
Geofile 19, 1, 388.
Names are obtained from documents beginning with the Domesday Survey (completed 1086). Within the records, variations in spelling are common.
The places removed along the northern edge of the Humber were the result of changes within the estuary.
For the original erosion map, see
Thomas Sheppard (1912), The Lost Towns of the Yorkshire Coast
(turn the pages to read the contents of the book).
East Riding of Yorkshire Council present a version at
(if your browser does not take you to the map, scroll to page 4).