Heritage Mill, North Chailey
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Heritage Mill, or Beard's Mill is a grade II listed smock mill at North Chailey, Sussex, England which is maintained as a landmark and open to the public. A windmill was first recorded at this site in 1596.Heritage Mill, the seventh on this site, was built in 1830 at Highbrook, West Hoathly, where she was known as Hammingden Mill. In 1844 she was moved to Newhaven, replacing a mill that had burnt down. She was made redundant by the erection of a steam mill and was moved again, this time to her current location at Chailey, replacing a post mill. This second move was done by Medhurst, the Lewes millwright. Heritage Mill was working by wind until 1911.
Uitgever Nethanel Willy
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