|Authors & editors|
|Year of publication||2014|
|Scope & content||A revised version of an article originally published in the Bristol Industrial Archaeological Society Journal 34 2001. |
Three overseas trades in Bristol in the eighteenth century.
Bristol snuff mills by parish: Barrow Gurney Middle Mill; Windmills; Bristol Locks Mill and nearby windmill, Bedminster; Windmill at Clifton Down; Windmill at Cotham; Frenchay Mill, Frenchay; Windmill at Kingsweston Down; Manufactory, Lewin's Mead; Manufactory, Redcliffe Street; Terrett's Mill, near Redland; King's Mill, above Stapleton; Witherlys Mill or 'Snuffy Jacks', Stapleton; Chew Magna Upper Littleton Mill; Long Ashton Kincott Mill; Cleeve Windmill; Old Sodbury Mill; Easton-in-Gordano, possible mill site at Hails Wood; Stanton Drew Mill; Winford Snuff Mill.