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Wailes, Reginald (1901-1986), engineer, known as Rex Smock mills
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Union Mill, Cranbrook, Kent

Rex Wailes, his daughter and party of Dutch millwrights (+ wives) who had replaced the sweeps with a new set. The people identified by Mildred Cookson are:- Chris Bremer (Dutch) to left of doorway; Anthea Wailes kneeling with white handbag; Rex sitting in doorway wearing beret; Enid Wailes, Rex's wife, on extreme right.

Dunn, Michael (1916-1993)

Album XXII

Negatives of smock, tower and post mills and watermills in Kent and Sussex.

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

"The Winds of Change Blow By"

Article in 'The Illustrated Carpenter and Builder' by Reece Winstone A.R.P.S., F.R.S.A. on the theme of the variety of windmills and the arrival of the new wind turbine being put up at St.Albans that should generate 100 kW in a 30 mile per hou. wind.

Mill Research Notebook 27a

Blue hardback notebook. Continued on from Notebook 26. Contains correspondence, transcripts, sketches, meetings with people and notes on wind and water mills in Cambridgeshire and Kent including Outwood; Willingham; Histon; (Kent) Benenden; Tenterden; Frittenden; Silverhill; Northiam; Icklesham; Chillenden; (Essex) Orsett; Fryerning; Stock; Mountnessing; Saling; Bocking Churchend; Upminster; (Sussex) Mark Cross; Argos Hill; Wadhurst; (Beds) Cardington Bridge; Bromham; Stevington; (Oxon) Upper Arncot.

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

Album XVII 1959 Album 7

Negatives of smock, tower and post mills and watermills in Kent, Sussex, Cambridgeshire and Suffolk. Includes SPAB Mill Section visit to Herringfleet Mill and the reopening of Union Mill, Cranbrook.

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

"Three windmills selected for preservation"

Piece in the 'West Sussex Gazette' reporting the discussions by West Sussex County Council about which of their county's windmills should be picked for preservation. They were opposed. however, to preserving the combined wind-and-water mill at West Ashling since it was still lived in by the farmer who owned it.

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