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"Windmill that blew Germany no good"

Cutting from 'Daily Mail' of a property listing for Old Mill House in Reculver, and Chislet Windmill located on its grounds. The article outlines the house's history, including its occupancy by the Minister of Defense, as well as Ba...

"Picturesque mill will be hotel"

Cutting from 'Kent Messenger' describing the planned conversion of Black Mill in Whitstable into a hotel by Mr. Reginald Harbourne. The article also provides a brief history of the mill, including it once being occupied by Sir Henry Irving.

"The old mill is restored"

Cutting from 'Evening Standard' describing the restoration of Black Mill in Barham after two of its sails were blown off in a storm. The article also mentions the mill's owner as Mr. W. Mannering.

"Restored windmill"

Cutting from 'The Times' of a photograph of Black Windmill at Barham. The caption describes the damage done to the mill in a storm, and the restoration done to the building thereafter.

"Millstone ran amok"

Cutting from 'Kentish Gazette' an incident at Breach Mill where a millstone rolled out of the mill and into the Nailbourne Valley during installation. The article also mentions Mr. Johnnie White as the owner of the mill, and that the mil...

"Windmills in Kent"

Cutting from 'Surveyor' describing the purchase of Chillenden windmill by Kent County Council and their intention to restore it. The article also provides details on other restoration projects the Council intends to undertake.

Eastry windmills

Cutting from 'Meccano Magazine' of a photograph of Upper and Lower Mills in Eastry. The caption mentions the demolition of Upper Mill and Lower Mill's loss of its sails.

"Ancient and historic windmills"

Cutting from 'Kentish Observer' announcing the removal of Eastry windmill. The article also mentions the mill was built in 1730, and elaborates on government efforts to preserve other historical mills.

"£2,500 needed to save windmill"

Cutting from 'The Daily Telegraph' of a photograph of Cranbrook windmill. The caption mentions that Kent County Council were informed £2,500 would be needed for essential repairs to the mill.

"Saving Herne Mill"

Cutting from 'Country Life' of an article by Donald Dougall describing the history of Herne Mill as a Holman mill and the efforts to restore it by the Herne Society Ltd. and an appeal for funding to complete the project. The article ment...

"Windmill sails are swinging merrily again"

Cutting from 'News Chronicle' of an article by H. de Winton Wigley describing the restoration effort at Herne Mill by the Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings in collaboration with the miller Mr. Frank Wootton and millwright T...

"An old mill restored"

Cutting from 'Times Weekly Edition' of a photograph of a smock mill in Herne Bay. The caption mentions the mill was restored to functionality by the Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings.

"The merrier miller"

Cutting from 'News Chronicle' of a photograph of a smock mill in Herne Bay. The caption mentions the miller as Mr. Wooton, and that the mill was restored to functionality by the Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings.

Herne smock mill

Cutting from 'Illustrated London News' of a photograph of a smock mill in Herne Bay. The caption mentions that the mill was built in 1781 and was still functional after repairs.

"Three men face death on top of a windmill"

Cutting from 'Evening Standard' describing the damage inflicted on Meopham Mill by a storm, as told by miller Mr. L. Norton. The article also mentions that two of the sails were blown of but the internal machinery remained intact.

"Rural scene was his life"

Cutting from 'Gravesend Reporter' of an obituary for Mr. Leslie Norton, the miller of Meopham Mill. The piece also contains various details about Mr. Leslie's personal life.

"Gallant all-night battle to save a windmill"

Cutting from an unknown source of a picture of Mr. W. M. Morton and his sons Leslie and David in front of Meopham Mill. The caption describes their labours to save the mill after it was almost destroyed in a fire and collapsed during a gale.

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