Composite mill, Little Laver



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Mill Research Notebook 01

Small, blue, ring-bound notebook labelled "Earliest Windmill Notes 1949 Essex, Sussex, Kent". Contains notes and sketches on windmills including Ash Mill; Little Laver; Moreton; Henham; Stansted; Thaxsted; Wimbledon Common; Clavering; White Roding; High Ongar; Littlehampton; Rolvenden; Rye; Northiam; Playden; Sissinghurst; High Halden; Great Chart; Sandhurst; Kennington; Chillenden; Stanford; Pluckley; Wittersham; Smarden; Blackmore End; Beneden; Cross in Hand; Punnett's Town; Biddenden; Woodchurch.

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

"Little Laver windmill"

Cutting from an unknown source of a submission by P. H. Lovell describing the history of Little Laver Windmill under the ownership of the Roast family. The article also contains details on the mill's structure.

"Ancient windmill pulled down"

Cutting from 'West Sussex Gazette' describing the demolition of Little Laver Mill owned by Mr. R. J. Steele. The article mentions that the demolition was carried out by Mr. Norman Brown. It also explains that a similar fate is to be met by Moreton Mill, owned by Messrs. C. and A. Gould.

Little Laver

Pen and ink drawing with wash, M1266 Little Laver, 4 miles NW of Ongar, 24/05/1948

Wood, Karl Salsbury (1888-1958), artist

Composite Mill, Little Laver

Photograph by Henry Charles Cross of Little Laver windmill in Essex. The photograph shows the mill with a person with a motorbike in the foreground.

Cross, Henry Charles (1910-1985), miller

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