Gressenhall
postmill
(early)


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Gressenhall was recorded as having a postmill in 1272-3.

Robert (de Stutevill) married Joan daughter & heir of William Talbot of Gainesburgh i Lincolnshire & died seized of this town held of the Earl Warren by 2 knights fees in the first year of King Edward I viz. a capital messuage, a water_mill, a windmill, 200 acres of pasture, a KAR etc. all valued at £19. 3. 4d.
Blomefield's History of Norfolk - Launditch Hundred



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