Tower mills



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"Cripplegate and neighbourhood. (From Agga's Map)"

A page from "Old and New London" Volume 2 by Walter Thornbury (1878) with an engraving of Agga's Map of Cripplegate showing the approximate location of four windmills in Finsburie Fyeld [sic]. The page has been affixed to a frame mount by an antiquarian bookseller.

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Scrapbook of postcards, photographs and cuttings

Scrapbook of postcards of English mills. Photographs of Lacey Green Windmill, St Leonards Mill, Wincheslea, and Smock mill, Rye. Newspaper and magazine cuttings on mills and mill people in the United Kingdom. Stephen Buckland's scrapbook number 69.

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

Scrapbook of cuttings, etchings and postcards

Scrapbook of newspaper and magazine cuttings on mills, along with some etchings. Some postcards remain. 1 photograph of an Egyptian noria wheel. Stephen Buckland's scrapbook number 56. The items in this scrapbook have lost their adhesive to the pages and are loose.

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

Mortgage of the Tower Mill, Burston, Norfolk

Two vellum sheets (approx 59 x 72 cm and 55 x 69 cm). Mortgage of a piece of land 'formerly parcel of the Common called Pound Green in Burston ... whereupon a Brick Tower Windmill Stable and other Outbuildings have been erected and built,' with 'all and singular the flour Bins Sails cloths ropes going gears fixtures and Chattels belonging to or used with the said Windmill,' together with other premises in Burston, to secure the balance of the account of Charles Christopher Simonds (miller) at the London and Provincial Bank Limited. Other names mentioned: Josiah Humphries, Catherine Muskett, William Cooper. Original document available for reference.

Deed of Arrangement, Welwick, Yorkshire

8 page vellum document (approx 44 x 30 cm). Indenture between the brothers John and William Sharp, in which John surrenders to William his share in the properties left to them in their father William Sharp's will. The properties include a Windmill and surrounding land in Welwick, Yorkshire, and other properties in Welwick and Kilnsea. Original document available for reference.

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