These articles written by Mildred Cookson, our lead trustee for the roller flour mill initiative, have all been published by Perendale Publishers in Milling and Grain

From Quern to Computer sets the modern industry in the 8,000 year context of flour milling and its importance to us all. Click on the logo to read Mildred's article or chose any of the links below

 

  1. The Miller
  2. Milling         
  3. Northwestern Miller 

  1. Knapp Roller Mills, Christchurch near Bournemouth     
  2. Newington Mill Ramsgate
  3. Messrs. Press Brothers’ Green Cap Flour Mills, Great Yarmouth
  4. The Earsham Roller Flour Mills on the River Waveney in Norfolk

 

 

  1. Ancient Milling in China
  2. A Flour Mill in China
  3. Rice Milling around the World: Early Approaches
  4. Rice Milling around the World: The Early Uses of Waterpower
  5. Rice Milling around the World: The Advent of Industrial Processes
  6. Rice Milling around the World: A Japanese Rice Mill
  7. British Empire Mills
  8. British Empire Mills - part 2
  9. A German Roller Flour Mill: The New Roller Flour Mills of Mr C Scholtz at Loewen (Silesia)
  10. The German Engineering Works of Messrs Seck Brothers

  1. Messrs F Skurray & Son’s New Roller Mill at Swindon, Wiltshire
  2. North Shore Mills Liverpool
  3. Messrs James Comerford & Sons’ New Roller Mills
  4. The 1888 Plymouth Milling Convention Part 1
  5. The 1888 Plymouth Milling Convention Part 2

  1. Our Milling Engineers and the Milling Revolution
  2. The American Engineering Works of Messrs Edward P Allis & Co
  3. The French engineering works of MM Rose Frères at Poissy, France
  4. The British Engineering Works of Mr Charles Hopkinson at Retford in Nottinghamshire
  5. The British Engineering Works of Mr William Whitmore