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Coolham Mills Material

  • COOL
  • Collection
  • 2011-2012 (images of manuscripts from 1777-1863)

Scans and transcriptions of material on Coolham mills. From various sources, mostly from the Burrell Archives from Knepp Castle (Mss Acc 921/XVI/B; now at West Sussex Records Office, Chichester). Includes images of the following documents:
Abstract of title to Coolham Mills 1861
Abstract of title to wheelwrights shop shipley 1834
Abstract of Title, Baileys Fm 1861
Agreement between Killick & Joyes re Coolham Mill 1860
Assignment of Killick legacy 1851
Baileys farm & Mill, Rent Charges
Conveyance of Coolham Mills 1777
Conveyance of Coolham Mills, 1863
Conveyance, Baileys Farm 1852
Coolham Mills Requisitions on Title 1861
Copy death certificate Hannah and William Killick 1828, 1837
Copy will of William Killick 1836
Declaration of Robt harding re Wm Killick decd
Declaration Rd Halloway, Baileys Fm 1852
Declaration Wm Stepney, Baileys Fm 1852
Draft Conveyance, Baileys Fm 1861
Killick Mortgage 1855
Lease of Crowts als Thornhill 1777
Lease of wheelwrights shop 1822
Lease, Baileys farm 1860
Marriage certificate Henry Killick 1832
Sale, Baileys Farm 1861
Solemn declaration of Thos Dendy 1856
Baileys 1823 Tithe Apportionment map
35 Baileys, 1823 Tithe
Map, Baileys farm
Map of Baileys Farm, Shipley 1861
Copy baptism cert Henry Killick 1833

Symonds, Richard, archaeologist

Scrapbook of cuttings, etchings, postcards and photographs

Scrapbook of newspaper and magazine cuttings, etchings, postcards and photographs on mills. Includes a Cross-in-Hand flour sack. Stephen Buckland's scrapbook number 58. The items in this scrapbook have lost their adhesive to the pages and are loose.

Buckland, John Stephen Percy (1935-2006), mill researcher

"View near Chichester"

Engraving of a chancery suit taking place near a dilapidated post mill near Chichester. In the background can be seen a smock mill.

King, T, publisher and engraver, Chichester

Photograph of "North entrance to Clayton Tunnel during construction"

  • SMDN-2014.0035-01
  • Item
  • 2010 (original painting 1839)
  • Part of Small Donations

The Jack and Jill Windmills Society believe this is not Clayton Tunnel as the topography is wrong and there was no windmill at that relative position. It is more likely to be Belmont Tunnel (the tunnel joining Preston Park to Hove) depicting Jill Windmill (then known as Lashmar's New Mill) when she stood in Brighton.

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