Post mill, Broadwater



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"Now only one will be left"

Cutting from 'Argus' describing the dwindling of members of the Godsen family, who were heavily involved in the baking industry in Worthing. The article gives a brief history of the family's business, including their origin at Broadwater Mill in 1817.

An Old Sussex Mill

This image is undated; however it cannot be later than 1925 as this copy of the postcard bears a postmark of that date. Shows the mill in a derelict state.

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"Worthing's last windmill"

Cutting from 'The Herald' of an article by Henfrey Smail detailing the history of the Broadwater mill in Worthing, including its ownership and eventual ruin. The article then continues on to describe Salvington mill, again going over its history, ownership, and technical role.

"Tribe's folly and the mill without a name"

Cutting from 'The Herald' of an article by Henfrey Smail detailing the history of the Brougham-road and Broadwater mills. The article gives a history of the mills, including the fact that the actual name of Brougham-road mill is not known. It also gives details of the mills' ownership and their various functions in the local community.

"Old Broadwater Mill memories"

Cutting from 'Worthing Gazette' of an entry by Mrs. H. S. Bone thanking the editor of the Gazette for an article related to Broadwater Mill. In it she mentions her grandfather, the late Charles Carter, was the millwright.