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|HER Number:||TR 25 NE 290|
|Type of record:||Monument|
|Name:||Mount Ephraim Mill (former site)|
Mount Ephraim Mill was a corn Post Mill constructed in 1735 and was blown down in 1955.
|Grid Reference:||TR 2923 5810|
|Parish:||ASH, DOVER, KENT|
- POST MILL (Post Medieval to Modern - 1735 AD to 1955 AD)
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Mount Ephraim Mill was a corn post mill constructed in 1735 and blown down in 1955. The mill is labelled on the second edition OS Map (1897-1900) but is probably visible on the first edition map (1862-1875) (1). The mill was built at Ringleton Park in 1735 and was moved to the Mount Ephraim site in the 1830s. In 1918 production switched to cattle cake. Production ceased in 1935 (2).
Wikipedia, 2019, List of windmills in Kent (Website). SKE52140.
<1> Landmark, Ordnance Survey 1:2,500 map (OS 1st edition 1862-1875): Landmark Epoch 1 (Map). SKE30964.
<2> 1955, Extract from 'Milling', dated 5th November 1955 (Newspaper). SKE32367.
Sources and further reading
|---||Website: Wikipedia. 2019. List of windmills in Kent. |
|<1>||Map: Landmark. Ordnance Survey 1:2,500 map (OS 1st edition 1862-1875): Landmark Epoch 1. |
|<2>||Newspaper: 1955. Extract from 'Milling', dated 5th November 1955. |