Hindolveston
Mill
Tributary of River Wensum

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Steam Mills

Hindolveston Mill was operating in the 1300s and so far, no record has been found of it after that date.


In one henedyryn bought for the wind mill
In nails bought for fencing the mill
In one man working for ** days and a half in repairing the mill pool
In repairing the head of the mill poll ** there
In one carpenter for two days repairing the sailyards of the mill and other things
In repairing one mensa
(bushel?)
In 4 hurdles bought for Le Bay (mill dam?)
Account of William Symonds, Steward of the Manor, from Account Rolls of Great Hospital, Norwich - Hyldolvestone, The Mills - 1311-1312

10d
2½d
7d
8d
6d
1d
2s

In 3 iron chains bought for the sailyards of the mill
In 2 pieces of iron bought, with constructing the handiron of the windmill
In 30 boards bought for the watermill
In winding boards for the wheel of the same mill
In making the spindle and the rin
d of the same mill
In one hurdle bought for the head of the same mill pool
In roofing the same mill there with a ridge, in full
In throwing clay on the ridge and digging out the turf for ramming at the
same mill
Account of Thomas Frenkyth, Steward of the Manor, from Account Rolls of Great Hospital, Norwich - Hyldolvestone, The Mills - 1318-1319

3d
12d
5s 9d 15d 4d
1½d
3s 8d 8d

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Nat Grid Ref TF02..31.. approx
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