Dickleburgh
postmills
(early)


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Dickleburgh had two postmills in the 1300s although their exact location is unknown.

The Earl's of Dickleburgh Hall Manor
... The Earl of Norfolk ... and in this family it continued till the death of Roger Bygod, the last Earl of that line, who held it jointly with Alice, his wife in the year 1306 at which time it contained 180 acres
of land in demean, 7 of meadow, 7 of pasture, 40 acres of wood, 2 windmills etc.
... This Roger died in the 35th of Edward I.
Blomefield's History of Norfolk, Vol 1 - Hundred of Diss

1306: Two windmills

1307: Roger Bygod died


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