Clippesby postmill


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Clippesby postmill appears in a document dated 1259 and so far that is the only record found.


In the reign of Henry III Mathew de Bukeskyn conveyed to Walter, son of William de Bukeskyn and his heirs, messuage and 50 acres of land with a windmill in this town ...
The said Walter granted to
William de Bukeskyn and Julian his wife, the aforesaid mill, messuages and 50 acres in then 44th of that king.
Blomefield's History of Norfolk, Vol. XI - Hundred of West Flegg



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