Windmills of England
During the last decade it has been realized that the windmill is an important part of our heritage & through the efforts of many bodies some have now been preserved. This is a history of these mills, their millers and the efforts made to preserve them.
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BEDFORDSHIRE Stevmgton Mill
CAMBRIDGESHIRE Bourn Mill
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Ancient Buildings beam body Bourn Mill brake wheel breast Burgess Hill Cambridgeshire carried cast-iron cogs common sails County Council crosstrees curb death demolished derelict drainage mill drive Essex fantail feet fixed floor four new sails gear grain grinding horizontal Inside the mill iron John Kent later lever Lincolnshire machinery main post mill finally ceased mill house MILL NGR mill remained mill stands mill was built mill was purchased mill's millstone millwright Norfolk old post mill operate the mill owner pair of stones patent sails Pitstone post mill present mill preserved Protection of Ancient reefing sail removed repairs replaced restore the mill Rex Wailes roller roof roundhouse runner stone sails were fitted shutters side smock mill sold spring sail Stevington stocks stone nuts stone spindle Suffolk Sussex tail pole Thomas timber Tithe map tower mill undertaken upright shaft Watermill weatherboarding West Wratting William wind windmill windshaft wooden