Sea Mills, Berkeley

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Sea Mills, Berkeley

  • UF Oil Mills

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Bristol Museums Mills Images

  • BMMI
  • Collection
  • 20th century

Images of UK mills, photographers unknown (some probably taken by museum staff).

Bristol Museums, Galleries and Archives

Berkeley Mill

The sixth photograph is another image of the Sea Mills situated in the civil parish of Berkeley in Gloucestershire. The note of "Downstream" has been written on the back of the photograph. There is no date of production.

Gardner, E M (d 1959)

Berkeley Mill

The fifth photograph is of the Sea Mills situated in the Gloucestershire parish of Berkeley. The photograph was not taken by Gardner. The date of production is recorded by another hand simply as 1961. Gardner had died two years before in 1959. The term "Upstream" is recorded on the back of the photograph.

Gardner, E M (d 1959)

Robert Newbury

A history of Robert Newbury (1796-1851), described as a "seasonal miller" who operated mills in: Great Cheverell, Wilts; Berkley, Glous; Redbrook, Newlands; Wysham, Dixton Newton; Brockweir, Hewelsfield; Caerleon on Usk, Mons. Also included are 10 photocopies which are:
1) Excerpt from the Baptismal Register of St Peter's Church, Great Cheverell, recording Robert Newbury's baptism
2) Photo of the Townsend School, Great Cheverell
3) Photo of the Widmore Mill, Great Cheverell (also includes a photograph of Heytesbury Almshouses where Robert Newbury Senior (1754-1848) died)
4) Map of Berkley, Gloucestershire, showing the site of Sea Mills
5) Photo of Sea Mills, Berkley
6) Record of Robert's trial at Trinity Assizes, Gloucester in 1832
7) Marriage of Robert Newbury to Anne Nelmes
8) Census return for Wysham, Dixton Newton, 1841
9) Death certificate of Robert Newbury
10) Census return for Caeleon, Monmouthshire, 1851

Newbury, Paul A R