This photograph is of Lidstone mill at the village of Enstone situated in the county of Oxfordshire. The photograph features the miller posing for the camera. This image was originally in the folder "EMGC-01-18" and has now been moved to the folder "EMGC-04" and has been catalogued as "EMGC-04-11".
The ninth photograph features the watermill of the village of Erbistock situated along the bank of the River Dee in the Welsh county of Flintshire. There was clearly a degree of uncertainty on Gardner's part as to whether Erbistock mill was situated in English Cheshire or Welsh Flintshire as she has written "Erbistock Mill, River Dee. Cheshire or Flintshire." Gardner has recorded the name of the miller of Erbistock mill as "Mr John Rogues" and the fact that the mill was operational. However, Gardner has not written the date of production.
The tenth photograph features the watermill of the village of Rossett in the county of Flintshire. As Gardner notes on the back of the image, Rossett is located near to the city of Chester. Gardner has not written the date of production.
The thirteenth photograph features Ispylly mill situated on the River Conway. Unfortunately, Gardner does not give us the county making it difficult to identify the precise geographical location of this specific mill.
The fourteenth photograph features a watermill in Welshpool. The name of the mill is unclear as Gardner's handwriting is difficult to decipher. It appears to say "Pnuali Mill". Gardner has written a note of "Water Carrier gone" on the back of the photograph.
The fourteenth item of this Sub Series is the fifth photographic image of Holbeam Hammer mill at Ogwell. The small parish and community of Ogwell is just outside the market town of Newton Abbot in the county of Devon.
The third item is the first photograph of Alderford mill in the village of Sible Hedingham in Essex. The watermill is in close proximity to Hedingham Castle , the famous medieval castle and former residence of the de Vere earls of Oxford, and the village of Castle Hedingham. The photographic print was produced on 26th April 1946.