Item CUTT-00144 - "A life's work in a Sussex watermill"

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CUTT-00144

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"A life's work in a Sussex watermill"

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  • 14 August 1963 (Creation)

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Cutting from 'The Mid-Sussex Times' of an article by R. C. Chandler describing the history of miller Fred Sayers at Cobb's Mill in Hurstpierpoint. The article provides details of the typical miller's life and mentions the owner of the mill at the time, Charles Packham. The article also briefly goes over a project Mr. Sayers was involved in at Kingsland windmill in Shipley, which was taken over by the West Sussex County Council and reconstructed as a memorial to Hilaire Belloc. Hole and Son of Burgess Hill were mentioned as the workers on this project.

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