Pedham Mill
Overflow from Pedham Lake

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Pedham watermill, also knopwn as Petty Mill, is another of Norfolk's lost mills. Pedham is now incorporated within the parish of Hemblington.
The mill took it's water supply from the overflow of the 10 acre Pedham Lake, shown as Peaty Mill Dam on the 1836 O.S. map. White's of 1845, records a beautiful waterfall at the lake, presumably the site of the mill.


Faden's Map 1797

Faden's Map 1797
Courtesy of Larks Press


Blomefield: Recorded a bequest of rent c.1150 for a mill at Pedeham

Mousehold Heath map 1589: Mill

Faden's map 1797: Mill

O.S. map 1836: Mill


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