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Arborfield Mill

The structure resembles a castle with crenelations, and there in an arch over the mill-stream. Scan of newspaper photograph in the album "Reading and District as it Was," compiled by Reginald W. Ford, p. 60.

Research Paper Material: Arborfield Hall Farm and Mill (1838 - 1900) - Extract with press photograph of The Old Mill and stream

Extract describes history of St Bartholomew's Church and its association with Aborfield, Barkham and Wokingham. The Reading Mercury (with Mercury, Oxford Gazette, Newbury Herald and Berks County Paper), Conroy, Sir Edward; Conroy, Sir John, Hargreaves, Capt Thomas; Doomsday Survey (Bishop of Salisbury); Simonds family;.

Eighteen, Brian (1930-2015), local historian

Research Paper: Arborfield Hall Farm and Mill (1838 - 1900)

References Berkshire Records Office, Aborfield Historical Society, Records of Guthrie Allesbrook Limited, Museum of Rural Life, Steam engine from Reading works of Barrett, Exall and Andrews. Russell, Sir Charles; Conroy, Sir John; Towgood, Alfred; Hargreaves, John; Allesbrook, Guthrie, Allesbrook, Colin.

Longhurst, H C

Research Paper Part 2: Historical back ground to Arborfield Mill

Dated from 1500 to present day. Dawson, George; James, Charles Edward; Miles, Thomas; Dawson, George Pelsant; Conroy, Sir John; Conroy, Sir Edward; Hargreaves family; Towgood, Alfred; Hett, Charles Louis; Allsebrook family. Berkshire Records Office have been acknowledged by author.

Eighteen, Brian (1930-2015), local historian

River Loddon - Mills On

Mentions settlements and mills on the River Loddon and tributaries (Blackwater and Lyde) en route to the River Thames.

Eighteen, Brian (1930-2015), local historian

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