Duloe Mill, Eaton Socon

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Sandford Mill, Woodley, Berks (E M Gardner photograph); Drewett's Mill, Box, Wilts (Martin Watts photograph); Rank Hovis Mills, Rotherham (Martin Watts photograph); Fulwell Mill, Middlesex; Duloe Mill, Eaton Socon, Beds; Keston, Kent; Shirley, Surrey; Coulsdon, Surrey; Redbournbury Mill, Redbourn, Herts (Martin Watts photograph); mill and kiln, Pont Faen, Merthyr Cynog, Breconshire (Martin Watts photograph); White Mill, Headcorn, Kent; West Ashling Mill, Sussex, c 1905; Outwood mills; Huxley Mill, Edmonton; Broughty Ferry; Sneath's Mill; Winchelsea Mill after storm of 1987-10-16 (Paul Jarvis photographs); Syleham Mill, Suffolk after storm 1987-10-16 (Mark Barnard photographs); Streatley; Goring; Cleeve Mill; Mapledurham; Overy Mill, Dorchester; Iffley, Oxon.

Duloe Windmill

Note on reverse reads "Duloe Windmill near St Neots Hunts (The mill may just be in Bedfordshire) Mrs H Rait Kerr, 42 Parkside, Cambridge".

Rait Kerr, Helen

Millers in the Green family

Research on the Green family of millers. Refers to mills in Kimbolton, Wymington, Colmworth, Sharnbrook

Green, Talbot K

Duloe Windmill, Eaton Socon

It should be noted that today Eaton Socon is situated in the county of Cambridgeshire owing to the re - alignment of the county boundaries of Cambridgeshire and Bedfordshire in 1965. For this precise reason, Cambridgeshire has been added as an additional Access Point.

Gardner, E M (d 1959)

Duloe Windmill, Eaton Socon

It should be noted that today Eaton Socon is situated in the county of Cambridgeshire owing to the re - alignment of the county boundaries of Cambridgeshire and Bedfordshire in 1965. For this precise reason, Cambridgeshire has been added as an additional Access Point.

Gardner, E M (d 1959)

Webb milling family

A history of the Webb family of millers from the late 17th century to the late 19th century and a written piece on the different types of windmills found in England.

Valentine, David

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