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TIDEMILLS

 

 Site

 NGR

 Description

 Source

 

 

 

 

 

London

 

 

 

New Mill Rotherhithe

 

C18

Pelham

Kings Mill Rotherhithe

 

 

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Three mills distillery, Three Mills Lane , Newham E3

TQ 3882

rebuilt 1776. Includes The House Mill, Listed I. and its sister building The Clock Mill. Listed II

NMR

website

Deptford, R Ravensbourne

 

tide mill on the west bank to the north of Deptford Bridge by C14- closed after a fire in 1970. . Another in Pot Mead, later the site of Deptford /Borthwick Wharf

Phillpotts C. Study of Deptford creek. Greenwich ind. hist.Vol. 2, Issue 2, March 1999

Website

Deptford, Old Flood (Robinson); Kings (St. Pauls); Lambs

 

Possibly same as last

T

East Greenwich

 

 

T

River Fleet; Roman site

 

 

Horsley Down Tooley Street

TQ 335803

temp Edward 1- gone

W

Kings mill below Thames Tunnel

?

C18 -gone

W

Nine Elms

 

c 1786- destroyed by railway

W

Savoy mill at E side St Saviours dock Southwark

 

C18- gone

W

London bridge mill

 

Several mills at various times. Gone

W

East Greenwich mill

 

1801. Now site of Dome

Mary Mills. 1999. AN INDUSTRIAL HISTORY OF THE GREENWICH PENINSULA

Paris Garden Bankside

TQ318805

Present by 1113. gone

Carlin

Battle Mills Battle Bridge Lane.

 

Until C17

 

Crash Mills Wapping

 TQ342803

gone

 

River Fleet: Templars' mill

TQ 316810

C1200-1307

 website

Reid 1954 p 229  

Southwark

 

documentary evidence for 17 mills on six sites at the peak (late 13th/early 14th century) reducing to six mills on four sites by the early 16th century along the south bank of the Thames from Paris Garden (Bankside: TQ318805) in the west to Horselydown (Tooley Street: TQ335803) in the east.

Martha Carlin Medieval Southwark_London: Hambledon Press 1996, pp 55-7.

Richard Holt The Mills of Medieval England Oxford: Blackwell 1988, pp 163-70.

 St Katherines by Tower   

 

 

  

 

 

 

 

 

demolished temp Richard I  

 

 St Thomas, Three mills, Spilmans, Abbey, Saynes mills also Stratford

 

 

 

K.R. Fairclough,  'Temple Mills as an industrial site in the 17th century' Essex Archaeology and History 22 (1991) 115-21 at 118-9