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1837 mortgage indenture, with transcript

This indenture concerns a mortgage taken out by James Nokes (the builder of Upminster Windmill) in 1837. The pdf file contains a facsimile of the original document, and a transcript of the old English text, plus notes. A reproduction of the document typeset in a readable font is also included.

Thomas William Abraham 1829-1897, father of Alfred Abraham

Thomas William Abraham was the eldest son of Thomas Abraham (the first of the Abrahams to own the Mill). The latter's will gave the option to purchase the Mill to Thomas Williams' younger brother, John Arkell Abraham. For some time, it had been assumed that this was because the older brother was not involved with the Mill, though there is some evidence that he was.

Galley Wood Common, near Chelmsford

Part of the Rex Wailes collection.
On reverse: Per A.S.Crossly, Science museum, from original in possession of Mr Sewell, son of last miller.

Unknown photographer

Frost's Mill, Halstead

The ninety fifth item is a photograph featuring Frost's mill in the town of Halstead in the county of Essex. We are informed by a handwritten note on the back of the photograph that the image was taken in around the year 1890.

Gardner, E M (d 1959)

The Mill House as seen in the 1890s

The original is a very faded black and white image and may date from before 1890. The two men have not been identified positively. The one on the left is probably Alfred Abraham and the other may be one of his brothers, either Clement or Sidney.

Smock mill, Barling

Same image as REXW-ESS-09-02. Note on reverse reads "Copy photo F. Farrow"

Wailes, Reginald (1901-1986), engineer, known as Rex

Smock mill, Barling

Same image as REXW-ESS-09-04. Note on reverse reads "Copy photo F. Farrow". Showing Herbert Manning, his wife Catherine, daughter Jane, son Frederick on the gate post, and younger brothers, Henry and John.

Wailes, Reginald (1901-1986), engineer, known as Rex

Smock mill, Barling

Note on reverse reads "Copy per Frank Farrow. Herbert manning took mill on in 1881. Died 1901. Son Fred worked mill to 1903 when mill settled to one side & became unsafe. It then belonged to Ecclesiastical Commisioners. 3 [illeg.]. At gate Mr & Mrs Herbert Manning & three sons & daughter." Showing Herbert Manning, his wife Catherine, daughter Jane, son Frederick on the gate post, and younger brothers, Henry and John.

Wailes, Reginald (1901-1986), engineer, known as Rex

Cripplegate Mill, Southminster

A postcard photograph of Cripplegate Mill at Southminster in Essex, showing the mill in probably the earlier part of the 20th century, in full working order and people congregating outside the mill.

Dolman, Peter C J (1955-2002), miller

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