Syderstone
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Syderstone postmill stood in Mill Lane on the south side of the village.


On 30th March 1971, Harry Apling wrote that he had been contacted by Basil Allen of Mill Lane, whose wife's father's mother was a Daw. Her brother Robert, was 4 years old when the mill blew over.


White's 1836: Benjamin Daw, schoolmaster
White's 1836: Robert Daw, nursery & seedsman
White's 1836: Robert Daw jun. gardener

White's 1845: Benjamin Daw, schoolmaster
White's 1845: Robert Daw, nursery & seedsman
White's 1845: Robert Daw jun. gardener

White's 1854: Benjamin Dawe, schoolmaster
White's 1854: Robert Dawe, nursery & seedsman
White's 1854: Robert Dawe jun. gardener & parish clerk

White's 1864: Robert Daw, nursery & seedsman
White's 1864: Robert Dawe sen. parish clerk & gardener

Kelly's 1879: George Dawes, nursery & seeds man & florist
Kelly's 1879: William Daw, farmer


O.S. map 1824: Windmill

Bryant's map 1826: Windmill

White's 1836: Robert Secker Leverett, miller & baker

White's 1845: Robert Secker Leverett, miller & baker

1846: Robert Secker Leverett, miller & baker

White's 1854: William Dawe, corn miller

White's 1864: William Daw, corn miller

1868: William Daw, miller

c.1870: Mill blown down in a gale


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