Smock mill, Meopham



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Large drawings

Two drawings of proposed new sweeps for Meopham Windmill by Tony Hole. Drawing of cast iron mortise stone nut, Drapers Mill, by Vincent Pargeter. Five drawings of proposed windmill museum, Stelling Minnis, 1993, by Ark Design. Drawings of Herringfleet and Chillenden by John Reynolds.

Reynolds, John, millwright

"Peril in Windmill"

Cutting from "News Chronicle". A miller and his two sons fought throughout the night to save their windmill during a gale. They managed to tie down the sails by the early morning.

"Fight To Save A Windmill"

Cutting from "East Kent Gazette" reporting that three men risked their lives to save Meopham windmill from fire and collapse. The mill was owned by corn merchant, Mr I Norton.

"Dartford Antiquarian Society"

Cutting from "Erith Observer". The president of the Dartford and District Antiquarian Society gave a talk on "Windmills" at a recent Annual meeting. The talk discussed the work of the Society and continued with a resume about the disappearance of watermills and windmills in the area, their history and relationship with the countryside. Several watermills and windmills were mentioned.

"Vanishing Windmill"

Cutting from "Irish Daily Telegraph". Refers to Turner and Constable paintings of windmills depicting a "past world" compared to modern day structures.

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