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© Mr Alan P. Smith

IoE Number: 418642
Location: KINGSDOWN MILL, PELLS LANE
  WEST KINGSDOWN, SEVENOAKS, KENT
Photographer: Mr Alan P. Smith
Date Photographed: 19 September 2004
Date listed: 01 June 1967
Date of last amendment: 01 June 1967
Grade II

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WEST KINGSDOWNFELLS LANE52801.6.67Kingsdown WindmillTQ 56 SE 6/240II

WEST KINGSDOWN FELLS LANE 1. 5280 1.6.67 Kingsdown Windmill TQ 56 SE 6/240 II 2. Smock mill of Circa 1800. Octagonal weatherboarded structure on a rectangular base of red brick. Boat-shaped cap. Only the middlings of the sweeps remain. Fantail restored. This mill originally stood at Chinham Farm, Farningham where the miller in the early C19 was David Norton. It was moved in 1880 by his grandson, Tanner Norton, to its present site, where it stood beside a post mill which was burnt down in 1909. A stone in the foundations is marked "Minnie Louisa Norton, 21st April 1880". The mill last worked in 1928.

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