Wroxham
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Wroxham smock windmill stood at an unknown location. The mill used common sails to power a single pair of 4ft French burr stones. A bake office was also operated from the site.


To be Sold by Private Contract
A CAPITAL SITUATION for a MILLER & BAKER in Wroxham, Norfolk consisting of a good dwelling house with a garden well planted with choice fruit trees. At the back is an excellent baking office, a good two-stalled stable, chaise house, cart lodges with convenient outhouses all in excellent repair being lately erected, one acre of freehold land on which is a newly erected tower windmill, with one pair of 4 feet French burr stones and every article complete, on an improved plan, all within a short distance of a navigable river which runs to Yarmouth and Aylsham.
Apply to Thomas White the proprietor or J. Kemp, Auctioneer, Yarmouth.

Norfolk Chronicle - 10th & 17th December 1803


To Millers & Bakers
To be Sold by Auction By John Kemp At the Castle Inn, Wroxham On Thursday 9 February 1804 at 11 o'c
An excellent TOWER WINDMILL on an improved plan, a good dwelling house with baking office, stable, chaise house, cart lodges and other convenient outbuildings and about one acre of land including a garden, situate in Wroxham in Norfolk, near the navigable river to Yarmouth and Aylsham, now in the occupation of Mr. Thomas White. The mill and buildings are lately erected and all the premises are Freehold. Immediate possession may be had.
The fixtures and milling utensils to be taken by appraisement.
Apply to Mr. Bell, attorney, Yarmouth, who has one vacancy in his office for an Articled Clerk.

Norfolk Chronicle - 28th January & 4th February 1804


c.1803: Mill built

1803: Thomas White, miller

1804: Thomas White, miller

February 1804: Mill advertised for sale by auction

Poll book 1806: John Buck, miller

Tithe Award map 1839 by Newton & Woodrow: Windmill


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