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Probate of the will of Thomas Ellerby, miller and baker, Bishopwearmouth, Sunderland

2 sheets of vellum measuring approx. 63 x 54 cm (with seal), comprising probate documents reproducing the will of Thomas Ellerby, miller and baker of Bishopwearmouth, County Durham. The will and codacils included the bequest of "the steam mill and appurtenances thereto......used in the concern of Miller & Baker" as well as a foundry and numerous dwellings in the area around Bishopwearmouth and Sunderland. The will was dated 10th February 1815, with two codacils dated 16th and 18th October 1817.

Huffkins, craft baker in Burford, Oxfordshire

This item is a photograph of Huffkins craft baker in Burford, Oxfordshire. A similar but different image appears in Glyn Jones's book 'The Millers', and is dated '2000'. Since this image depicts the same shop and the same person, it is likely to have been taken around the same time, but there is no direct evidence of this.

"There's a new mill by the stream..."

Cutting from 'Argus' describing the history of Gibbet Mill at Rye. The article mentions that the mill was built as a facsimile after the original was burnt down on 13 June 1930, and was owned and maintained by Mr. Alan Webb, who now used it as a bakery.

Downs Mill, Bexhill, and bakery, both in working order

HESS catalogue #1055. The sign had a headboard reading "Speciality Diabetic Bread". The main board reads:- "The Down Mill Bakery. Tel. 541(?). Estab. [?]. Clifford Hoad. Baker and confectioner. Pure Home Made Bread. Birthday cakes. Bride cakes.

Simmons, Herbert Edward Sydney (1901-1973)

Pompeiian mill (animal powered)

Animals were first used to turn millstones in Greece and Italy in the 4th century BC. The ‘hour-glass’ or Pompeiian mill, turned by a donkey or horse, was probably the earliest form of powered mill to be used in Britain, introduced by the Romans in the 1st century AD.

Sidney Abraham's bakers shop

Sidney Abraham, the brother of Alfred the miller, had a bakers shop in nearby Station Road. The building no longer exists, so here it is seen reconstructed as a 3D computer model, and shown in the context of the modern street scene, as it would be if it had survived.

Bilsby Mill without sails

Bilsby Mill near Alford. Sails broke 1931 and was never repaired. Now a bakers. Mr Harold Shinn, grandson of thr original miller is now the baker. Address, the Bakery, Bilsby. (Written on reverse of photo.)
Second copy of the photo is available, but has not been scanned.

Anckorn, Gordon

"Upton Mill facelift soon?"

Cutting from 'Observer' describing the auction of Upton Mill by auctioneers Murch Leftwich and its potential conversion into a home. The article mentions the mill's original use as a bakery by owners Edward Dean and Sons, but also elaborates on its history after that.

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