Hockering Mill
River Tud



Hockering watermill was working in the 1300s.


On the death of John le Marshall in the 10th of Edward II, (1316-17) it was found that there was a capital messuage & a park here, a wood called SWYNEHAGH with a little wood, a water mill & a windmill etc. valued at £50 per annum.
Blomefield's History of Norfolk - Mitford



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