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Cox's Mill, Dallington
Trib to River Dudwell
1780 marked on local map
1812 Death of William Saunders (Sussex Weekly Advertiser)
1881 – 90 William Kingsland
1920 End of trade directory entries.
This was a very small mill built of brick and stone under a tiled half hipped roof, which is all set below a pond embankment. Extensive waterwheel score marks indicate that a wheel of 14ft diameter worked here. The mill is empty but there is a concrete base suggesting oil or diesel power. With such a large availability of water and a 30ft high pond embankment, far too large for such a small mill, it appears that it was a pen pond for the iron working forge situated downstream.
Derek Stidder Research Notes, April 2003
|Mill function||Corn mill|
|Country||England, United Kingdom|
|NGR||TQ 652 202|
- Anthony Bryan, Mills Research Group Database
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