Item CUTT-01003 - "Foulness windmill was founded with peer's approval"

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"Foulness windmill was founded with peer's approval"


  • 29 August 1962 (Creation)

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Cutting from 'East Anglian Daily Times' of an article by Philip A. Wright describing the petition by the residents of Foulness Island in Essex in 1802 to erect their own windmill due to food shortages. The article describes the petition presented to Lord Winchelsea, as well as an application by J. Chandler, who eventually became the miller.

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