Barton Mill, Canterbury



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Auction particulars for mills and other estates in Canterbury

Particulars and conditions of sale of freehold mill property and other estates, to be sold by auction by William Sharp at the Fountain Hotel in Canterbury, Tuesday 25 August 1835. The sale resulted from the bankruptcy of Sampson Kingsford, miller, dealer and chapman of Sturry, Kent. Sale includes Old and New Mills at Sturry (also called Black and White Mills) and Old Barton Mill.

Sharp, William, auctioneer

"Mill damaged in blaze"

Cutting from 'Canterbury Extra' describing a fire at Barton Mill in Canterbury. The article mentions the action taken by the Ashord, Faversham and Margate fire departments, and includes a statement from Divisional Officer John Wildish suspecting arson as the cause of the blaze.

"Historic mill goes up in flames"

Cutting from 'Canterbury Adscene' of an article by Emma Foster about a fire at Barton Mill. The article describes efforts by firefighters to control the blaze, as well as different theories investigators had as to the cause of the fire. It also includes details of the mill's usage at the time, and details of its ownership over the years.