Great Cressingham postmill

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Great Cressingham post ran two pairs of stones and there was a bake office on the premises.

To Let at Michaelmas next
A POST WIND-MILL driving two Pairs of Stones, with House, Bake office & Eight Acres of Arable & Pasture Land.
Apply to T. Mack, Great Cressingham, Watton, Norfolk.
Norfolk News - 17th September 1864

In 1985, Mike Halls of the Windmill Inn said that a stump remained some way up the fence to the right of the property but was overgrown with nettles and undergrowth.

O. S. Map 1883

O. S. Map 1883
Courtesy of NLS map images


White's 1854: Robert Chapman, corn miller

1863: John Whalebelly, miller

1864: T. Mack, miller

O.S. map 1883: Mill


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