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Tacolneston postmill was the centremost of the three mills shown on Faden's map of 1797.


TACOLNESTON ENCLOSURE ...
The Commissioners ... to meet ... to hear appeals ...
And Notice is hereby also given that the said Commissioners have appointed and staked out all the Public Roads and Highways intended to be made by them in and through the said Parish of Tacolnestone as follows:-
First. The present Turnpike Road from Norwich to New Buckenham.
Second. One other Piece Road being the present Road leading from Forncett to Wymondham branching out out of the said Turnpike Road at the Distance of about two hundred and ninety yards from the Bounds of Forncett and proceeding in a North West direction near to the Windmill belonging to James Blomfield and from thence nearly in a North Direction until it enters the Bounds of Fundenhall.
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Fifth. Also one other Road branching out of the Second Road at the disatance of about one hundred and forty yard from the Windmill belonging to James Blomfield and proceeding in a South West Direction until it enters the Bounds of Forncett.

Norfolk Chronicle - 29th May 1779

Faden's map 1797
Tacolneston east postmill was the centremostmost of the three mills shown on
Faden's map 1797

1779: James Blomfield, miller

Faden's map 1797: Windmill



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