Operated before 1790. The mill is described as having an "unusual device" which could obtain motive power from either water or wind. The nature of this device is not detailed, but the mill was both a water and windmill.
|Mill type||Combined mill|
|Mill functions||Paper mill|
|NGR||TR 200 374|
Gregory, Roy, The Industrial Windmill in Britain (Phillimore, 2005) p 138
Hills, Richard Leslie, Power from Wind: A History of Windmill Technology (Cambridge University Press, 1996) p 190