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You searched for: Place: "Middle Mill", Date from: 1600-01-01, Date to: 1699-12-31

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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Kemerton

    was purchased for the repair of the mill. 239 It can be identified with Middle Mill just south of Upper Court manor-house. By 1822 Middle Mill had been sold away from the manorial estate; 240 in 1838 it was owned

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    expansion but other empty woollen mills in the vicinity to facilitate it. Moulton obtained possession of the adjacent ' Middle Mill ' in Bradford in 1855 and the neighbouring Staverton woollen mill between 1851 and 1860 . 123 It would

    Parishes Bradford-on-Avon

    . was spent on repairing the stone-work of the 'thorough'. In 1770 the masonry of the 'thorough' of the Middle Mill in Trowle was repaired at a cost of £3. 7 s . 6 d . 851 The later history

    Parishes Watlington PRE-INCLOSURE MAP OF WATLINGTON C. 1800 WATLINGTON CHURH IN 1873

    is no later record of its use as a mill. 302 The other Domesday mill, known later as the Middle Mill , was likewise given to a religious house, when c . 1215 William Paynell and his wife Sarah, who

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    vs4-Mait, Siteatiomi to Assist in Still to k-eep miii boeoto, and go out_ esoliciting orders: age 25.-Address, VY, B., Middle Mill, Kemnerton,6 -Teoviteobury. c3035 4 jWEDICAL.-A Student at the ((neon's College, who has dune St A snm ittle visiting, Wents Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MlARSDEN, Denby Orange, near Wakefield. ploY fd-BILE T, all that WATIER CORN MILL,boil A.Situate at Tong, called " the Middle Mill" with Dwell- whls isglolecsvniesOces, Outbtildisnls, and about 41 acres 01 cons CM bemOiOan atos aId ino issloe occupaotion of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Wf us t~~ '0 B~~i~~ LET, ~1 ht A EICR ILL, tile n T stuat at Tong, called "1the Middle Mill," with Dw, It- risle 95, ihg-house, convenieric a. outbuildings, and about 41 Sores of amr sitarable, meadow, and pasture Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    _ _ _ _ _ _ l OBN LET, all that WAT-ER -CORN ~MILL, Situate at Tong, called 11The Middle Mill,' with Dwell ing-lioose, convesiences, outbuildlias, and abouit-ortY-eneW Iacres of arable, meadow, and pasture LAN41.n6e in thle (cect-' rebuilt ofndr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Buildinge.- Apply to Mr. MIDLETON, Horsley, near Derby. Pri CORN MILL, DUFFIELD. inot T0 Let, at Lady Day, the Middle Mill, Duffield, with gui 'House and 3 Aorra of Land; rent £40.-Apply TU RICHARD WAITE, Duffield. Ql7 Let, 'Capital Dairy Subscribers-only content

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