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Cox's Mill, Dallington

A water-powered corn mill in the historic county of Sussex, England.

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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

Full details

Power source Water
Mill type Watermill
River Dudwell
Mill function Corn mill
Archive ID 8501
Location Dallington
Historic county Sussex
Country England, United Kingdom
NGR TQ 652 202
Latitude/longitude 50.87308235, 0.85824454




  • Anthony Bryan, Mills Research Group Database


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