White Mill, Sturry



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Sturry Mill

This image is undated; however it cannot be later than 1904 as this copy of the postcard bears a postmark of that date.

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Old Sturry Water Mills

This copy of the postcard indicates that a 1/2d stamp is required. The postage rate for postcards rose to 1d in 1918, so the image presumably does not date from later than that year.

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Album XVI 1959 Album 6

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

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

Album XV 1959 Album 5

Negatives of interior and exterior scenes of smock, tower, post mills and watermills in Kent, including those from the SPAB Wind and Watermills Tour of Sussex, 26 September 1959.

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

Auction particulars for mills and other estates in Canterbury

Particulars and conditions of sale of freehold mill property and other estates, to be sold by auction by William Sharp at the Fountain Hotel in Canterbury, Tuesday 25 August 1835. The sale resulted from the bankruptcy of Sampson Kingsford, miller, dealer and chapman of Sturry, Kent. Sale includes Old and New Mills at Sturry (also called Black and White Mills) and Old Barton Mill.

Sharp, William, auctioneer

Milling Expansion in Stour Valley

Hancock family history article by Leonard Harman in Tuesday Express 23 January 1973. Describes members of the Hancock family: John Hancock, Charles Hancock senior, and Marcus. Also mentioned are Caleb Russell of Union Mill, Cranbrook, Leonard Cornes of Hanover and Willesborough mills, and Frank Hooker of Westgate Mills, Canterbury.

Harman, Leonard

Hancock Family of Kent

An email giving details of the Hancock family, millers in Kent. Includes some information on John Hancock (1789-1883), Charles Hancock (1821-1900), Marcus Hancock (1863-1938) and Philip Hancock and where they were millers.

Reynolds, Peter