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317 Archival description results for Millers

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A surrender relating to a Corn Mill at Easthorpe, Bottesford

1 sheet of vellum measuring 69cm x 57cm comprising a surrender of a mortgage concerning an estate at Easthorpe, Bottesford and signed and sealed by The Reverend John Furniss Ogle and John Scrimshaw, miller. £417 and four shillings is paid in consideration for the surrender which includes a Corn Windmill at Easthorpe, "together with the Dressing Mill, Flour Mill, Mill Stones, Binns, Sails, Sail Clothes, Ropes, Tackle and all the other Materials, Utensils and Implements whatsoever..."

Two 18th century documents relating to mills at Haughton and Thoresby Park, and to tree planting in the parkland of the Duke of Kingston (the Pierrepont Family)

1 folded sheet measuring 38cm x 31cm recording an agreement between the agent of the Duchess of Kingston and Thomas Thorpe (miller) relating to the diversion of the water supply to Haughton Mill and a weekly lease of new corn mill at Thoresby Park, the Duchess' corn and malt to be ground free of charge. For further content click on the link to the document transcription. A second folded sheet measuring 41cm x 31cm gives, "An Account of all the Trees taken out of the Nurserys and Planted in the Parke to 31 December 1762", seeming to relate to tree planting at either Thoresby Park or Holme Pierrepont Hall.

Extract of the will of John Scarbrough, farmer and miller, Lincolnshire

2 sheets of paper measuring 25cm x 40cm and extracted from registry of the Archdeaconry of Stow showing the last will and testament of John Scarbrough of Ashby, Bottesford, Lincolnshire. Bequests include land in Ashby called "Mill Hill" and giving "to my son John Scarbrough all that my corn wind mill with mill stones, sails, tackle, apparel, going geer......situated on Mill Hill".

Grant of Probate of the Will of John Jupp, Miller, Surrey

Probate document is on 1 sheet of vellum measuring approximately 24cm by 32cm and bearing the seal of the Court of Probate which grants probate to John Jupp's widow, Mary Jupp (Executrix) and Edward Scott (Executor). Attached is a copy of the Will of John Jupp "of Outwood in the Parish of Horne in the County of Surrey Miller" who died at Horne, Surrey, on 26 June 1860. The copy Will comprises 2 sheets of vellum measuring approximately 67 cm x 54 cm and was made on 5 November 1858.

Grant of Probate of the Will of Robert Robson, Miller, Hexham, Northumberland

Probate document is on 1 sheet measuring approximately 25cm x 14cm, bearing the seal of the Prerogative Court, York, and grants probate to Sarah Robson (widow) as Administratrix. Attached is a copy of the Will of Robert Robson, Miller, Hexham Northumberland, made on 9 December 1823 and which includes bequests relating to land at West Mill Lane, Hexham. The copy Will comprises 1 sheet of vellum measuring approximately 48cm x 74 cm.

Conditional Surrender relating to the Manor of Tacolneston, Norwich

Double-sided handwritten sheet (approx. 50cm x 39cm) documenting the surrender of rights and land in the Manor of Tacolneston by Barnabas Burroughes (miller) of Aslacton in favour of Walter Mace (Boot and Shoe Manufacturer, Norwich) on the condition that these rights might be resumed on the re-payment on 16 April 1871 of the £250 consideration paid by Walter Mace (plus interest).

Photographs of USA maps and mills

Photographs of maps of Virginia, a watermill in Greenfield, Charlotte County, and a miller's grave with millstone headstones in Old Trinity Churchyard, Church Creek Maryland.

Sass, Jon A (b. 1942), miller and millwright

Postcard (with miller and dog?) at Moulin de Saint-Maxent, Somme, France

Printed on front, "Moulin de Saint-Maxent (Somme)".
Handwritten note one reverse, "We are going to have an amusing commemorative fête here in a week or two to celebrate the 500th anniversary of the Mill at St Maxent - built in 1434" - possibly H.A.Webster (see handwriting at REXW-IMG-03-494).
Printed on reverse, "Photo-Edition Blaincourt les Precy (Oise)".

Unknown photographer

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