Post mill, Pettaugh



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Pettaugh windmill survey

File of 7 documents including annotated drawings with dimensions and 30 photographs of parts of the mill (not catalogued or digitised)

Dolman, Peter C J (1955-2002), miller

Pocket notebook - Suffolk windmills -1930 or later

A repurposed Lett's diary for 1930 measuring 7.5 cm x 10 cm, most of the pages being blank, but containing a list of the Suffolk mills itemised at 'Place access points' below, with brief descriptions for each one. These include details of the current mill owner (where applicable) and their condition (or date of demolition, if applicable).

Wailes, Reginald (1901-1986), engineer, known as Rex


Deptford Tide Mill; Holton; Stanton; Wenhaston; Sweffling; Westhall; Peasenhall; Tunstall; Halesworth; Yorkshire Brickyard Pump; Stradbroke; Long Green; Earl Soham; Saxtead Green; Pettaugh; Stanton; Friston; Parham Mill Green; "On the dunes nr Walberswick"; St Michael; copies of E M Gardner horse engine photograph; Holywell Mill, Oxford; millstone works near Domme, France, Aparil 1926; Ings Bobbin Mill, Staveley, 1926 (Mitford Abraham photograph); Malt Mill and Saw Mill, Greenodd, N Lancashire, 1926 (Mitford Abraham); Viver Mill, Hincaster, Cumbria (E M Gardner photograph); Skelwith Bridge Saw Mill, Cumbria (E M Gardner photograph); Wrawby, Lincs (Martin Watts photograph).

"Three old mills are to be saved"

Cutting from 'The Star' about the forthcoming inspection by a Lincolnshire millwright and experts from S.P.A.B. to select the three Suffolk windmills to preserve as examples of each type.

"Lost Windmills"

Note in the 'East Anglian Daily Times, triggered by the recent destruction of Woolpit windmill, recalling other recent losses.

"In quest of windmills"

Letter from Donald Muggeridge to the Editor of 'Cyclist' Magazine about the convenience of Woodbridge as a base for exploring the windmill heritage of East Anglia.

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