Ringle Crouch Green Mill, Sandhurst

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"English Windmills by M I Batten

Cutting from "Kent and Sussex Post" reporting that the Architectural Press have just published an interesting "work" on "English Windmills" by the author M I Batten under the auspices of the SPAB. It makes mention of the fact that Windmills are "rapidly becoming things of the past", though many still remain.

"Sandhurst, Kent"

Part of the Rex Wailes collection.
Note on reverse by John Russell "Built by Warners of Hawkhurst in 1844. They had to go to Lincolnshire to see how a cross was used for four sails instead of a a pole-end". Note two pigeon houses on the wall of the base.

Russell, John (1888-1958), miller, millwright and engineer

Windmill files

Envelopes of material on windmills:

  1. West Blatchington Windmill, 1982, 1985 & n.d.

  2. Wilton Windmill, 1990

  3. Missing from box

  4. Chiseldon Windmill Swindon, 1982

  5. Bardwell Windmill, n.d.

  6. Wicken Windmill, 1989 – 1992

  7. North Leigh Windmill, 1985, 1991

  8. Kingsmead Windmill, 1988 – 1996

  9. Storrington Windmill, 1999

  10. Blatchington Roundhouse, n.d.

  11. Breachwood Windmill, 1974 – 75, 1977 – 78, 1980, 1986 – 1987

  12. Sandhurst Windmill, n.d.

  13. Wraysbury Windmill, 1990, 1995

  14. Colstone Windmill, 1993 – 95

  15. Halton Post Mill, 1982

  16. Cromer Windwill (HTF), 1979, 1983

  17. Bocking Windmill, 1979 – 1980

  18. Horsey Windmill, 1981 – 82

  19. Little Hadham Windmill, 1980 – 81

  20. Norfolk (Wind) Pumps, First Aid, 1976, 1981

  21. St Olave’s Windpump, 1980

  22. Upminster Windmill, n.d.

  23. How Hill, Windpump, 1981

  24. Missing from box

  25. Brill Windmill, new and old stuff. 1973-75, 1985, 2002 – 03

  26. Brill Windmill, recent, 2003, 2006

  27. Outwood Post Mill, 1994

  28. Cromer Windmill, Ardeley, (HTF), 1989

  29. Loose papers in the windmill box, see list.

  30. Haseley Windmill, n.d.

  31. Winchelsea Windmill, 1988

  32. Stansted Mountfitchet Windmill, 1982 – 89

  33. Six Mile Bottom

  34. Six Mile Bottom, 1983 – 84

  35. Bourne Mill, Cambridgeshire

  36. Missing from box

  37. NCAT Windmill Tower

  38. High Ham, 21.03.85

  39. Copstone Mill

  40. St Olave’s Windpump, Norfolk. Drawings, 1980

  41. Windmills, general

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; White Roding; High Ongar; Littlehampton; Rolvenden; Rye; Northiam; Playden; Sissinghurst; High Halden; Great Chart; Sandhurst; Kennington; Chillenden; Stanford; Pluckley; Wittersham; Smarden; Blackmore End; Beneden; Cross in Hand; Punnett's Town; Biddenden; Woodchurch.

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

Kent Windmills reports - text only

Reports by MI Lane:
Barham Downs, Black Mill. Report No 49, Aug 1965. First class preservation, presumably in working order
Faversham, Copton Mill (report says Sheldwich) Report No 50, Aug 1965. Cap replaced by water tank, tower in good order.
Edenbridge, Report No 31, Feb 1965. No cap, brick in good repair. In private grounds.
Guston, Swingate Mill. Report No 52, Aug 1965. Cap removed, brick in fair order. Neglected and probably a store
Northbourne, New Mill. Report No 55, Aug 1965. No cap, weatherboard in fair order but overall in poor state, used as a store.
Ripple Mill, Ringwould, Report No 56, Aug 1965. No cap, weatherboarding in v. good order. Part of a residence, covered in numerous wireless aerials.
Sandhurst, Report No 74, Sept 1966. Roundhouse only remains.
Smarden, East Mill, Report No 75, Sept 1966. Main post only remains.
St Margarets Bay, Report No 57, Aug 1965. Sweeps but no fantail, weatherboarding in good order, overall appears to be in good order.

Album XI 1959 no 1

Negatives of smock, tower and post mills and watermills in Kent and Sussex.

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

"Windmill with five blades"

Piece from an unknown Kent Paper, from the beginning of September 1950, about the model which Mr Frank Bunn of Tenterden, Kent, made for his son John who is the five-times grandson of the John Collins that built the five-sailed mill at Sandhurst in the Weald of Kent.

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