Tasburgh
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Tasburgh postmill stood just to the southwest of Tasburgh_watermill and the two mills were worked together for much of their life.


Faden's Map 1797
Faden's Map 1797
Tasburgh postmill stood just above the word Tasburgh on the map

Wanted Immediately
Two Journeymen Millers, good workmen.
Apply at Tasburgh Mill or of Mr. J. Reeve at the Greyhound, St. Stephens on a Saturday.
Norfolk Chronicle - 29th October 1803


Sale of land
13 acres in occupation of Mr. James Reeve, miller, of Tasburgh at Hempnall ...
Norfolk Chronicle - 16th July 1808


Capital Water Mill, Wind Mill & Land at Tasburgh, Norfolk.
To be Sold by Auction By CLEMENTS & RACKHAM On Saturday 26 October 1816 At 3 o'c At the Rampant Horse Inn, Norwich. The following Valuable Estates in 4 Lots.
Lot 1. A Very desirable ESTATE at Tasburgh in Norfolk consisting of a Windmill, a most excellent Water_Mill, a substantial convenient Dwelling house, a well planted garden, a barn, a cow house, stables & other convenient outbuildings, all in good repair & also 9a. 3r. 5p. of most excellent meadow land adjoining the premises with about 360 trees thereon.
The Mills & buildings with 4 acres of this Lot are copyhold of the Manor of Tasburgh, the remainder is freehold; the quit rent is £4 & the land tax £2. 16s. per annum & the whole is under a lease to Mr. James REEVE, the occupier for a term of which 18 years are now unexpired, at a rental of £45 per annum.
Apply to Messrs. SEWELL & BLAKE, or to Messrs. BIGNOLD & BRIGHTWELL Solrs. Norwich.
Norfolk Chronicle - 12th October 1816


Capital Water Mill, Wind Mill & Land at Tasburgh, Norfolk.
To be Sold by Auction By CLEMENTS & RACKHAM On Saturday 26 October 1816 At 3 o'c At the Rampant Horse Inn, Norwich. The following Valuable Estates in 4 Lots.
Lot 1. A Very desirable ESTATE at Tasburgh in Norfolk consisting of a Windmill, a most excellent Water_Mill, a substantial convenient Dwelling house, a well planted garden, a barn, a cow house, stables & other convenient outbuildings, all in good repair & also 9a. 3r. 5p. of most excellent meadow land adjoining the premises with about 360 trees thereon.
The Mills and buildings of this Lot are copyhold of the Manor of TASBOROW UPHALL with BOYLANDS & HUNTS on the part of BOYLANDS & HUNTS, fine arbitrary, 4 acres of the land are Copyhold of the Manor of TASBOROW UPHALL with BOYLANDS & HUNTS on the part of UPHALL, fine arbitrary, the remainder is freehold. The quit rent is £4 & the land tax £2. 16s. per annum & the whole is under a lease to Mr. James REEVE, the occupier for a term of which 18 years are now unexpired, at a rental of £45 per annum.
Apply to Messrs. SEWELL & BLAKE, or to Messrs. BIGNOLD & BRIGHTWELL Solrs. Norwich.
Norfolk Chronicle - 19th & 26th October 1816


To Millers
To be Sold
A Very Desirable ESTATE at Tasburgh in Norfolk consisting of a very complete water_mill and , wind mill, a substantial dwelling house and other convenient outbuildings, all in good repair, a well planted garden and about 10 acres of most excellent meadow land adjoining the premises.
The estate may be viewed by application to Mr. James Reeve, the proprietor, who will yield up possession thereof at any time most suitable to a purchaser.
The premises are partly freehold and part copyhold and a moiety of the purchase money may remain on mortgage if required.
Apply to SEWELL & BLAKE, Solrs. Norwich.
Norfolk Chronicle - 8th & 15th February 1817


O.S. map 2005
O.S. Map 2005
Image reproduced under licence from Ordnance Survey

Poll Book 1780: John Nickless, miller

Faden's map 1797: Windmill

Poll Book 1799: Robert Buck, miller

Poll Book 1784: John Nickless, miller

1803: James Reeve, miller

1808: James Reeve, miller

1816: James Reeve, miller & at watermill, tenant miller at £45 per annum

October 1816: Mill & watermill advertised for sale by auction

1817: James Reeve, miller & at watermill, tenant miller at £45 per annum

Bryant's map 1826: Windmill

Greenwood's map 1834: Windmill


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