Christopher Greenwood (May 21, 1786 - March 25, 1825) was a British surveyor and mapmaker active in Wakefield and London in the early 19th century. He was born in Gisburn, Yorkshire. He lived and worked in Wakefield until 1818, when he moved to London. He partnered with George Pringle and Pringle's son George, to publish maps. This partnership lasted until 1828, when it was dissolved. Pringle was imprisoned for debt in 1834 and his map plates sold at auction in 1840. He worked extensively with his brother John Greenwood (1791 - 1867) and the engraver Samuel John Neele. He is best known for his enormous 1827 wall map of London.

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