Post mill, Moreton

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"Braintree Rotary Club"

Cutting from "Halstead Gazette". Mr John Salmon of the Braintree Rotary Club in his talk on "Essex Windmills" discussed the three types of windmills and mechanisms. The earliest working mill was at Moreton (1715).

"Rotary Club"

Cutting from "Essex Weekly News" mentioning that the President of Braintree and Bocking Rotary Club gave a talk about Essex Windmills discussing the three types of mills, the working parts and characteristics.

"Ancient windmill pulled down"

Cutting from 'West Sussex Gazette' describing the demolition of Little Laver Mill owned by Mr. R. J. Steele. The article mentions that the demolition was carried out by Mr. Norman Brown. It also explains that a similar fate is to be met ...

"Plan to save windmill"

Cutting from "The Star" about a committee planning to save Moreton Windmill from destruction. It mentions that Little Laver has the only remaining windmill in view of it.

Mill Research Notebook 01

Small, blue, ring-bound notebook labelled "Earliest Windmill Notes 1949 Essex, Sussex, Kent". Contains notes and sketches on windmills including Ash Mill; Little Laver; Moreton; Henham; Stansted; Thaxsted; Wimbledon Common; Clavering; Wh...

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

"A coat of paint"

Cutting from "Evening News" picturing painters at work on Moreton windmill, which has escaped a plan to dismantle it.

"Windmill to Go"

Snippet from a local paper that experts have decided the 350-year-old windmill at Moreton in Essex has to be pulled down.

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