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  • Norfolk Mills Hickling tower windmill

    A Desirable Situation for a MILLER; a good & convenient House & a handsome new Mill, situate at Hickling in the county of Norfolk, now in the occupation of Mr W. Crowe, the proprietor, where they may deliver 100 sacks of Flour in a day with one horse & cart; the Mill consists of eight floors, three pair of French stones, two flour mills, cylinder & jumper, with patent sails, &

  • Hickling Mill Wikipedia

    Hickling Mill is a 19th-century grade II* listed windmill in Hickling Heath, Norfolk, England. It was built of tarred brick in 1818 to a design known as a tower mill, a tapering circular building 8 storeys high with brickwork 30 inches (76 cm) thick at the base. Each floor has 4 windows to the four cardinal points of the compass although many are blocked up on the inside, especially on

  • Purpose: Corn mill
  • Norfolk Mills Sutton tower windmill

    When rebuilt, the mill was large enough to use 4 common sails to power 4 pairs of stones, 2 flour mills, jumper and cylinder. However, by 1858, the common sails had been replaced by 4 patent sails. A stage was set around the tower on the 5th floor.

  • Norfolk Mills Cawston Sygate White tower windmill

    Two tenants William Handcock 1880-1890 and Alexander Wells in 1892, ran the mill until John Hickling put both mills up for auction in 1893. John Shepheard Hickling was buried in Cawston chuchyard. In 1881 Lewis Yallop's daughter, Laura aged 19

  • Brickwork, Stubb Mill, Hickling Images and documents

    Alternatively, a higher resolution copy can be viewed for free at the Mills Archive; please email [email protected] to arrange an appointment. Conditions governing reproduction Language of material

  • Norfolk Mills Thurlton tower wind windmill

    A Substantial brick TOWER WINDMILL which works herself into the wind, situate in the parish of Thurlton near Loddon in the county of Norfolk, with two capital pair of French Stones, Flour Mill, Cylinder, Rolling Screen etc.

  • Norfolk Mills Neatishead tower windmill

    A TOWER WINDMILL situate at Neatishead in Norfolk, within one mile of a Navigable River, now in full Trade and capable of manufacturing sixty quarters of Corn per week, ten and a half yards of sail and two pair of French Stones, a Flour mill and Cylinder in good repair, a Cottage, Stable, Cart lodge on the Mill (?) and a good Dwelling House and good outbuildings adjoining the

  • Norfolk Mills Emneth tower windmill

    To be Sold by Auction by Mr. Thomas Berry at the Public Hall, Wisbech on 24 September 1874 at 3 o'c in the afternoon precisely. Brick Tower & Wind Corn Mill with Patent Sails, 2 pairs French Stones & one pair grey stones, cylinder, Dressing machine & other going gear complete, situate in the middle of Emneth Gaultree next the public highway, & all that Dwelling House.

  • Norfolk Mills Ludham High tower milll

    The 3 storey red brick mill with three iron bands around the tower, had a Norfolk boat shaped cap with a petticoat and a 6 bladed fan. Originally built with common sails, in later years the mill was converted to four double shuttered patent sails with 9 bays that turned clockwise and powered two pairs of French burr stones.

  • List of drainage windmills in Norfolk Wikipedia

    Norfolk Mills: Hickling Stubb Mill: Tower: c. 1800 Norfolk Mills: Hockwold: Lower Mill: 1829 1838 Norfolk Mills: Hockwold Upper Mill: 1829 1838 Norfolk Mills Dydall's Mill Miller's Mill: Tower: I L. Location Name of mill and grid reference Type Maps First mention or built Last mention or demise Photograph Irstead

  • Church End Mill, Great Dunmow Wikipedia

    Church End Mill is a four storey tower mill with a conical cap with a ball finial. The mill had four single Patent sails carried on a cast iron windshaft and was winded by a six bladed fantail. The tower is 40 feet (12.19 m) high to curb level, 20 feet (6.10 m) diameter at base level and 10 feet (3.05 m) diameter at

  • Kenninghall Road Mill, East Harling Wikipedia

    Kenninghall Road Mill is a four storey tower mill with a domed cap which was winded by a six bladed fantail. The mill had four double Patent sails. The tower is 35 feet (10.67 m) to the curb. The mill had two pairs of French Burr millstones. Millers. Thomas Burlingham 1820-22; John Waters 1823; Thomas Burlingham 1824-25; J Wright 1826-28

  • East Runton Windmill Wikipedia

    East Runton Windmill is a five storey tower mill with a stage at second floor level. It has a boat shaped cap with a gallery, winded by a fantail.The mill had four double Patent sails and drove three pairs of millstones.The tower is 38 feet (11.58 m) to curb level.

  • List of drainage windmills in Norfolk Wikipedia

    Norfolk Mills: Hickling Stubb Mill: Tower: c. 1800 Norfolk Mills: Hockwold: Lower Mill: 1829 1838 Norfolk Mills: Hockwold Upper Mill: 1829 1838 Norfolk Mills Dydall's Mill Miller's Mill: Tower: I L. Location Name of mill and grid reference Type Maps First mention or built Last mention or demise Photograph Irstead

  • Brickwork, Stubb Mill, Hickling Images and documents

    Alternatively, a higher resolution copy can be viewed for free at the Mills Archive; please email [email protected] to arrange an appointment. Conditions governing reproduction Language of

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    East Wretham Mill is a tower mill at East Wretham, Norfolk, England which has been converted to residential accommodation.. History. East Wretham Mill was first mentioned in an advert in 1875, when it was described as "newly erected". A mill had been marked on the site in 1826 when it

  • Stow Mill, Paston Archive Catalogue

    Stubb Mill, Hickling; Swafield Road Mill, North Walsham'James', Riddings Tower mills, 37 results 37; Windmills, 37 results 37; Millstones, 1 results 1; Stow Mill, Paston. United Kingdom; England; Norfolk; Stow Mill, Paston; Taxonomy. Places. Code. Scope note(s) Source note(s) See more details on this mill in our database; Display

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    Cawston Road Mill is a tower mill at Aylsham, Norfolk, England which has been truncated and converted for use as a holiday home.. History. Cawston Road Mill was built in 1826 for Henry Soame. He died in 1833 and the mill passed to his son George. He ran the mill for a

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    Holgate tower windmill was built in 1770 of brickstones by its first owner and miller George Waud. He, his son and grandson ran the mill until 1851, and a dwelling-house was erected around the same time. The mill was originally fitted with five Roller Reefing sails although these were later replaced by Double Patent sails. In 1841, the mill was described as having three pairs of French Burr

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    Stanford mill is a five-storey tower mill which formerly had a Kentish-type cap. It had four patent sails carried on a cast-iron windshaft. The mill was winded by a fantail and there was a stage at first-floor level. The mill drove four pairs of millstones, two steel mills and two roller mills. The brake wheel is a composite one, with iron arms and a wooden rim.

  • Images and documents

    Hallam Ashley Mill Photograph Collection, 793 results 793; Press Cuttings Collection, 392 results 392; Frank W Gregory Collection, 214 results 214; Karl Wood Windmill Sketches, 182 results 182; Watlington Postcard and Art Collection, 157 results 157; Peter Dolman Collection, 106 results 106; Vincent Pargeter Collection, 102 results 102

  • Dobson's Mill — Wikipedia Republished // WIKI 2

    Dobson's Mill is a working tower windmill for grinding wheat and corn which stands in the High Street in the village of Burgh-le-Marsh, near Skegness in Lincolnshire, England. The mill is open to the public as a tourist attraction and is a Grade I listed building. The mill

  • Ingleborough Tower Windmill, West Walton — Wikipedia

    Template:Geobox Ingleborough Tower Windmill is located one mile north of the village of West Walton in the English county of Norfolk. The windmill is situated in the yard of Hill House Farm along with a house and assorted farm buildings. The mill is now in a state of disuse. The mill tower was made a Grade II listed building in 1951.

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    White Mill is a smock mill west of Sandwich, Kent, England that was built in 1760. The mill has been restored and is open to the public as part of the White Mill Rural Heritage Centre. The museum also includes the miller's cottage, which has been furnished to appear as it did between 1900 and 1939.

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    Kenninghall Road Mill is a Grade II listed tower mill at East Harling, Norfolk, England which has been converted to residential accommodation.. History. The mill was probably built in 1820. It first appeared in the Land Tax records in that year, owned by Thomas Burlingham. The mill was offered for sale by auction on 8 August 1943 at the Swan Inn, East Harling.

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    Rayleigh Windmill is a grade II listed Tower mill at Rayleigh, Essex, England which has been restored as a landmark and is used as a museum.. History. Rayleigh Windmill was built in 1809 for Thomas Higgs, a timber merchant of Rayleigh. Higgs was bankrupt in 1815 and the mill was sold to William Hart of Woodham Mortimer in 1817. Hart sold the mill to George Britton in 1845 and the mill passed

  • Ashby's Mill Infogalactic: the planetary knowledge core

    History. Ashby's Mill was built in 1816 and worked by wind until 1862, when the business was transferred to a watermill at Mitcham on the River Wandle.The sails were removed in 1864 and the windmill was relegated to use as a store. In 1902, the lease on the watermill expired and a steam engine was installed in the windmill. This was later replaced by a gas engine.

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    Holgate tower windmill was built in 1770 of brickstones by its first owner and miller George Waud. He, his son and grandson ran the mill until 1851, and a dwelling-house was erected around the same time. The mill was originally fitted with five Roller Reefing sails although these were later replaced by Double Patent sails. In 1841, the mill was described as having three pairs of French Burr

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    Little Marton Mill is a 19th-century English tower windmill in Marton, now part of Blackpool, Lancashire.It was built in 1838 by John Hays for grinding corn, and worked until 1928. It has been designated a Grade II listed building by Historic England.. History and assessment

  • Stow Mill, Paston Archive Catalogue

    Stubb Mill, Hickling; Swafield Road Mill, North Walsham'James', Riddings Tower mills, 37 results 37; Windmills, 37 results 37; Millstones, 1 results 1; Stow Mill, Paston. United Kingdom; England; Norfolk; Stow Mill, Paston; Taxonomy. Places. Code. Scope note(s) Source note(s) See more details on this mill in our database; Display

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    The mill stopped working in 1864, when the miller was evicted by the Lord of the Manor, Earl Spencer, who wanted to enclose the common for his own use. The miller insisted on removing most of the machinery so that the mill could not be operated in competition with his other mills at Kingston.

  • Images and documents

    Welcome to the Archive Catalogue of images and documents relating to our milling heritage.

  • Images and documents

    Hallam Ashley Mill Photograph Collection, 793 results 793; Press Cuttings Collection, 392 results 392; Frank W Gregory Collection, 214 results 214; Karl Wood Windmill Sketches, 182 results 182; Watlington Postcard and Art Collection, 157 results 157; Peter Dolman Collection, 106 results 106; Vincent Pargeter Collection, 102 results 102

  • The Domesday Book Online Norfolk H-L

    Lathaham / Lodna / Lodnes / Lodues / Lot(h)na: Godric the steward; St. Edmund's before and after 1066, and Frodo from it; Robert Gernon and Osbert from him; Robert FitzCorbucion and Humphrey from him.Church, 2½ mills, 2 beehives. 7 horses at the hall.

  • Images and documents

    Dolman, Peter C J (1955-2002), miller, 2460 results 2460 Wailes, Reginald (1901-1986), engineer, known as Rex , 2021 results 2021 Gardner, E M (d 1959) , 1770 results 1770

  • Baker Street Mill, Orsett WikiMili, The Free Encyclopedia

    Mill name: Baker Street Mill: Mill location: TQ 633 813: Coordinates: 51°30′22″N 0°21′11″E  /  51.506°N 0.353°E  / Coordinates: 51°30′22″N 0°21′11″E  /  51.506°N 0.353°E  / Operator(s) Private: Year built: Late 18th century: Information; Purpose: Corn mill: Type: Smock mill

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