Newark Mill, Ripley

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Album X

Negatives of Stephen's visit to Surrey wind and water mills.

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

Newark Mill, near Ripley

This copy of the postcard indicates that a 1/2d stamp is required. The postage rate for postcards rose to 1d in 1918, so the image presumably does not date from later than that year.

Francis Frith and Co

"Newark Mill, Ripley, Surrey"

The destruction of Newark Mill in 1966 robbed Surrey of one of its best known landmarks. This guide provides the reader with much historical information regards the Send and Ripley area. Watermills have a long history as described with reference to the Domesday Survey listing around 60 mills on the River Wey and its tributaries. A resume of the structure and operation of watermills is described specifically gearing of waterwheels and the grinding stones. Newark Mill its history and architecture and with personal recollections.

Send and Ripley History Society

"Newark Mill"

Letter to the Editor of 'Country Life' from Mrs Jocelyn Bray of Ripley, protesting that, in the caption of the recent photo of her home at Newark Mill, it was called "Pyrford Mill"

"Th Water Mill's Future"

Article in the series "Going Places" in the 'Surrey & Sussex Magazine' about the uncertain outlook for the old watermill which stands near Newark Priory

Newark Mill, Ripley, Surrey

The seventh item of this Sub - Series is an illustration printed on a piece of card of Newark Mill in Ripley in Surrey. The card was published by The Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings at its headquarters of 55 Great Ormond Street. The illustration was drawn by Kenneth C. Reid. A description is printed on the back of the card informing us that "Among Surrey watermills, Newark takes pride of place. It stands on the River Wey and marks the site of a mill recorded in Domesday and also the one given in the 13th century to the neighbouring Newark Priory." It proceeds to tell us that the watermill was "used as a grist mill up to 1952 and the Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings intends, if the need arises, to make every effort to ensure its future preservation." There is no recorded date of production. However, the evidence that we do have suggests that this card was produced after 1952.

Gardner, E M (d 1959)

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