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A four storey towermill in Little Walsingham was shown to the south of the village on Faden's map to the north side of the Thursford Road. The mill worked with two pairs of 4 ft. 6 ins. stones.


To Millers
To be Sold by Auction By John Cooper On Tuesday 5 December 1820
At the Black Lion Inn, Walsingham
(Unless sooner disposed of by Private Contract of which due notice will be given)
A Capital New TOWER WINDMILL, four floors, two pair of 4 ft. 6 in. stones and going gears complete and with half an acre of Land adjoining. It is well situated for Trade and able to grind from 5 to 6 lasts per week.
The above are Freehold, Land tax redeemed and Possession may be had immediately.
Apply to Mr. R. Deeker, Walsingham.

Norfolk Chronicle - 18th November 1820


To Millers
To be Sold by Auction By John Cooper On Tuesday 5 December 1820
At the Black Lion Inn, LITTLE WALSINGHAM
(Unless sooner disposed of by Private Contract of which due notice will be given)
A Capital New TOWER WINDMILL situated at LITTLE WALSINGHAM aforesaid, four floors, two pair of 4 ft. 6 in. stones and going gears complete and with half an acre of Land adjoining. It is well situated for Trade and able to grind from 5 to 6 lasts per week.
The above are Freehold, Land tax redeemed and Possession may be had immediately.
Apply to Mr. R. Deeker, Walsingham.

Norfolk Chronicle - 18th November 1820


November 1820: Mill advertised for sale by auction or private contract

1822: Thomas Dewing, miller

Bryant's map 1826: Windmill

1830: Thomas Dewing, miller

Greenwood's map 1834: Windmill

White's 1836: Thomas Dewing, corn miller, Exchange street

O.S. map 1838: Windmill

1839: Thomas Dewing, miller

1840: Thomas Dewing, miller

White's 1845: Thomas Dewing, corn miller, Exchange street; & Mrs. Ann Dewing, Market Place

1846: Elizabeth Dewing, miller

1850: Elizabeth Dewing, miller

1853: Elizabeth Dewing, miller

White's 1854: Elizabeth Dewing, corn miller, High street

1858: Thomas A. Dewing, miller

1863: Thomas A. Dewing, miller

White's 1864: Thomas D. Dewing, miller

1865: Thomas A. Dewing, miller

1868: Thomas A. Dewing, miller


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