Carlton Rode
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Carlton Rode smockmill was a 3 storey mill driving two pairs of stones and stood at Flaxlands


Windmill, Cottage & Garden at CARLETON RODE
To be Sold by Auction by Mr. Butcher at the Adam & Eve Inn, Carleton Rode on Tuesday 3 September 1844 at 2 o'c.
A Brick & Board TOWER WINDMILL (erected about 12 years since) with three floors, & driving two pairs of stones.
Also a Dwelling house, Stable, Cartlodge & well planted Garden containing about half an acre. Freehold. Land tax 4s. per annum. The above Premises were late in the occupation of Mr. Ringer deceased & immediate possession may be had.
Particulars of Messrs. Blake, Keith & Blake & of Mr. Durrant, Solrs. & of the Auctioneer, Norwich.

Norfolk Chronicle - 24th & 31st August 1844


Tithe map 1839
Tithe map 1839 - as redrawn by Harry Apling

Tithe Award 1840
Map 1839 J. Eaton, Surveyor, Old Buckenahm.
Owner: Robert Ringer
Occupier: Himself

No. 237

House, mill etc.

Pasture

0a. 1r. 33p.

2s. 6d.


c.1832: Mill built

White's 1836: James Ringer, corn miller

O.S. map 1838: Windmill


Tithe Award 1840: Owner & occupier, Robert Ringer, miller

1844: ? Ringer died

August 1844: Mill advertised for sale by auction

White's 1845: James Ringer, corn miller


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