Item 10,227 in the 'East Anglian Miscellany' series in the 'East Anglian Daily Times', with memories by S.D.W. of Walton about windmills etc. formerly in Walton and Trimley. He refers to three in Walton and another two/three in Trimley.
Item 12,178 in the East Anglian Miscellany series from the 'East Anglian Daily Times', quoting the 'Ipswich Journal' of 14 February 1824, about the forthcoming sale of a Post Mill at Boyton, conveniently close to Boyton Docks.
Cutting from an "Essex Chronicle" about an appeal to the Essex Archaeological Society to take over Bocking Windmill, mentioning similar schemes in Ditchling, Norfolk and Nottinghamshire. It includes a mil at Aldeburgh which was moved in order to pump the town's water supply.
Second part of Report in 'The Field' about the Third International Symposium on Molinology at Arnhem; illustrated with pictures of mills at Saxtead Green in Suffolk, Long Island U.S.A., Sibsey in Lincolnshire, the island of Oland in Sweden, and Finland.