Tilney All Saints
postmill


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Tilney All Saints post windmill was a small mill that stood in Podds Lane. The mill used a single set of French burr stones.


To be SOLD by AUCTION
(By John Chadwick)
At the Globe Tavern in Kings Lynn in the county of Norfolk on Tuesday 20 September 1774 at 3 o'c in the Afternoon
A MESSUAGE with a WIND CORN MILL and Appurtenances in good Repair and Two Acres of Land adjoining in Tilney All Saints in the said County, now in the occupation of Money Fisher.
This Estate is Freehold and hath a Right of Common on Marshland Smeath.
Enquire of Mr. Thomas Case at Lynn or Mr. Richard Camps at Setch Bridge.

Norfolk Chronicle - 10th & 17th September 1774


To be peremptorily SOLD by AUCTION
(By John Chadwick)
At the Globe in Kings Lynn on Tuesday 4 January 1775 at 3 o'c in the Afternoon
A MESSUAGE with a good Baking Office and a Wind Corn Mill in full Employ, with a Pair of New French Stones and other Materials therein and about 2 Acres of Land adjoining, in Tilney All Saints, near Lynn, now in the occupation of Mrs. Jane Fisher and Mr. Money Fisher.
The above Estate is all Freehold, hath a Right of Common in Marshland Smeath and the Messuage, Mill and Materials are in good Repair, upward of £200 having lately been laid out thereon.
For further Particulars and Conditions of Sale enquire of Mr. Richard Camps at Setch Bridge near Lynn or Mr. William Case, Attorney in Lynn.

Norfolk Chronicle - 17th & 24th December 1774


To be SOLD or LETT
And entered on immediately or at Lady day next
A Good Corn Post MILL with a Messuage and 2 Acres of Pasture Land, situated in Tilney All Saints near Lynn in the county of Norfolk, has a Right on a large Common on the Smeath and is in a good Wheat Country.
Enquire of Mr. John Edwards at Lynn or of Thomas Norman on the premises. August 1784.

Norfolk Chronicle - 28th August & 4th September 1784


To be SOLD or LETT
And entered on immediately or at Lady day next
A Good Corn Post MILL with a Messuage and 2 Acres of Pasture Land, situated in Tilney All Saints near Lynn in the county of Norfolk, has a Right on a large Common on the Smeath and is in a good Wheat Country.
Enquire of Mr. John Edwards at Lynn.

Norfolk Chronicle - 6th November 1784


To be Sold
A FREEHOLD ESTATE consisting of a capital Corn Post Windmill, a Messuage in substantial repair, new erected Barn and Stable and nine acres (more or less) of arable and pasture Land situate in the parishes of Tilney All Saints and Tilney St. Lawrence, occupied by Mr. Joseph Cartwright, under an agreement for a term of years of which two and a half will be unexpired on Michaelmas day next, together with the allowed right on Marshland Smeeth and Fen appertinent to the said premises.
The above premises are exonerated from the Land Tax.
Enquire of Mr. Hemington, Attorney, Lynn, Norfolk.

Norfolk Chronicle - 17th & 24th May 1800


1826 map redrawn by Harry Apling
1826 map redrawn by Harry Apling

Notice re Insolvent Debtors. (Imprisoned for debt)
William Edmund Overton, late of Tilney All Saints in the county of Norfolk, Miller, Shopkeeper and Baker.

Norfolk Chronicle - 25th June 1836


WANTED.
A Single man a Journeyman Miller & Baker, one who has served part of his time would be preferred.
Apply to Mr. Jno. Cooke, Tilney All Saints, near Lynn.

Norfolk Chronicle - 6th November 1841


White's 1845: Jno. Cooke, brewer, Beer House, Tilney St. Lawrence
White's 1845: John Cooke, shopkeeper, Tilney St. Lawrence

White's 1845: Benjamin Turner Overton, butcher



1774: Money &. Jane Fisher, millers

September 1774: Mill and bake office advertised for sale by auction

1784: Thomas Norman, miller

August 1784: Mill advertised for sale or let

1800: James Cartwright, miller

May 1800: Mill advertised for sale

O.S. map 1824: Windmill

Bryant's map 1826: Windmill

White's 1836: William Edmund Overton, corn miller

1836: William Overton imprisoned for debt



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