Drayton
postmill
(early)

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Drayton postmill was working in 1331 but no record has been traced since that time.


By the escheat rolls in the 5th of Edward III, Edmund (son of Sir Robert Peverell) was found to die seized of this manor, containing 312 acres of land, 8 of meadow, 2 parts of a windmill ...
Blomefield's History of Norfolk - Hundred of Taverham - Vol. X

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