Abbot's Mill, Canterbury



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Abbot's Mill, Canterbury

  • UF Brown's Mill
  • UF Denne's Mill
  • UF City Mill

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Abbot's Mill, Canterbury

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Album XII 1959 no 2

Negatives of smock, tower and post mills and watermills in Kent and Sussex.

Buckland, John Stephen Percy (1935-2006), mill researcher

Recollections of Neville Price, Kent miller

Copy of part of Neville's recollections of his days as a flour miller in Kent. Involves Abbot's Mill at Canterbury, and others. Extracted from Chapters 6-8 of a larger document, dated 12 Feb 1999. Provenance of this extract unclear: supplied to 'Charles' by Mike and Lesley Price, descendants of Neville, in 2001.

Price, Neville (1908-1992), miller

The Abbot's Mill is Burnt Down

'Inverted' photocopy of article in Kent County Journal, probably late 1933, which describes the destruction of this watermill by fire in October 1933.

Buckland, John Stephen Percy (1935-2006), mill researcher

"Mill building dominated the city"

Cutting from 'Kentish Gazette' of an article by Paul Crampton about the history of Abbot's Mill in Canterbury. The article mentions that the mill was built in 1792 and was owned in the 1880s by famous Canterbury painter Thomas Sidney Cooper, and that it was destroyed in a fire on 17 October 1933.