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Notes on Shropshire watermills. Also refers to the following mills and mines: Bearstone Mill; Berrington Mill; Lower Mill, Baschurch; Batchcott; Lead Smelting Mill, Broseley; Buildwas; Burford Mill, nr. Tembury Wells; Chetwynd Mill, Chetwynd; Charlcotte Furnace, Cleobury North; Barytes Mill, Cliff Dale; Clunbury; Coalbrookdale; Barytes Mill, Cothercott; Old Mill, Cound; Ditton; Easthope Mill, Easthope; Glyn Ceriog Slate Mines; Great Chartwell; Great Chetwood; Great Hanwood; Great Thornham; Gretton Mill, Gretton; Leegomery Mill, Hadley; Harley Mill; Kynnersley Mill, Leighton; Castle Mill, Ludlow; Old Street Mill, Ludlow; Ball Mill, Maesbury; Old Mill, Mainstone; Malehurst Lead Smelting Mill; Tern Mill, Market Drayton; Morton Corbett; New Compton; Ellerton Mill, Newport; Weston Mill, Oswestry Rural; Pontesbuty Lead Smelting Mill; Pontesford Lead Smelting Mill; New Mills, Pontesbury; Ritton Castle Mine; Roman Gravels Mine; Shrewsbury; Snailbeach Mine; Stowell Mill, Stowell; Stretton; Rosehill Mill, Sutton upon Tern; Tibberton; Trefonen; Uffington; Upton Forge, Upton Magna; Weston; Weston Jones; Church Mill, Woolston; Wotherton; Aston Rogers Mill, Worthen; Wrindleford; Allscott Mill, Wrockwardine; Walcot Mill, Wrockwardine.

Tim Booth Collection

  • DTNB
  • Collection
  • Late 20th century - 2016

Files of research and images on UK wind and watermills, primarily in the counties of Shropshire, Staffordshire, Herefordshire and Worcestershire. Slides and negatives from another unknown creator.

SPAB mill casework files worked on by Tim Booth:
Weston Mill, Oswestry (2 files)
Miller's Hall, Wolverhampton (2 files)
Slingfield Mills, Kidderminster
Wem Mills
Lugg Bridge Mill near Hereford
Morlas Mill near Kilpeck
Shelfield Mill, Walsall
Fort Pendlestone, Bridgnorth
Bill Mills, Ross-on-Wye

Booth, D Timothy N (d 2022)

Halford Mill, Craven Arms

Note on reverse reads: "Next to the parish church, the parish mills have the longet history. In the time of the Domesday Book there were 7,500 water mills in England. Water mills had been in use a thousand years before we find authentic mention of windmills."

Oliver, M

"Mr. William Rogers' Mills at Market Drayton"

Cutting focusing on Roger's Mill at Market Drayton and the roller machinery installed at the mill by Messrs. E R and F Turner. There is also a small article discussing a duties on wheat and loaves, and a look back at The Miller 35 years ago.

The Miller

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