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"Down by the old windmill"

Cutting from 'Barking and Dagenham Express' of a submission by H. Humpreys describing the history of Wellington Mill at Barking and its surrounding area.

"A smock windmill"

Cutting from 'The Field' of a submission by Mr. A. F. Eve describing the rapid deterioration of a smock mill in Orsett and an appeal for its restoration. The submission also includes a brief history of the mill.

Barking mill

Cutting from 'Barking Advertiser' of a photograph pf Barking Mill. The caption mentions the mill was bombed.

"The old mill at Barling"

Cutting from 'Southend Advertiser' describing various information available about mills in "The Third Volume of Transactions of the Southend and District Antiquarian and Historical Society", including an illustration of the use of Barling windmill in 1900 by Mr. John Salmon.


Cutting from 'Essex and Thurrock Gazette' of a submission by E. H. Rowley describing the histories of various mills around Orsett in response to a previous article by Mr. Claro.

"Hatfield Peverel"

Cutting from 'Essex Chronicle' describing the demolition of Gardner's Windmill, and its previous location on the Carfield Estate.

Wellington Mill

Cutting from 'Dagenham Post' of a photograph of Wellington Mill. The caption mentions that the mill stood between London Road and Highbridge Road, and that the millstone was at East Ham Library.

"After 200 years the frosts take down their mill"

Cutting from 'Essex County Standard' describing the demolition of Frost's Mill in Halstead. The article mentions the decision of John and Alan Frost to take down the mill due to safety issues. It also gives a detailed description of the mill's structure as well as its history inder the ownership of the Frost family.

"Saving a windmill"

Cutting from 'Hastings and St. Leonards Observer' referring to an article in 'Evening News' describing the restoration of Mill Green Mill in Ingatestone by Mr. Richard Collinson, and wondering if the same treatment could be applied to Silverhill Mill in Hastings.

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