SIDLOW MILL (DEMOLISHED), Sidlow
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- RefNo: 3736
- Reference Number: SHHER_3736
- Site Name: SIDLOW MILL (DEMOLISHED), Sidlow
- Grid Reference: 525800 147000
- Description: The mill was in existence by 1279, when it was recorded as Sidala-wemelle. In 1332 it was called Sydelove. A lease drawn up in the reign of Richard I refers to a grant for a mill called Sideluna, granted to Robert de Compa at an annual rental of 22s. Sidlow Mill is marked on Rocques map of 1768 but by 1790 it had gone; the reason for closure is unknown. The remains of the mill race are visible on the north side of Sidlow Bridge.
- Form: CONJECTURAL EVIDENCE
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