Welsh Mill Surveys by Old County, and Patagonia

Welsh Mill Surveys by Old County, and Patagonia 

Anglesey

Brigstocke, Alison. Melin y Marchog (Alias Melin Castellbwlchgwyn) and its associated lands, 1352-1890. Trans. Anglesey Antiquarian Society and Field Club (1998):23-34. The history of a mill site spanning a period of more than five hundred years.

Crompton, John. Rex Wailes in Anglesey. Melin 26 (2010): 31-49. Rex Wailes kept a diary of his flying visit at Easter 1929, and this paper reconstructs his journey of exploration.

Crompton, John. Rex Wailes in Anglesey. International Molinology No. 92 (2016): 14-21. Based on Rex Wailes’ diary of his visit to Anglesey at Easter 1929, including photographs taken by Wailes and a reconstruction his travels around the island.

Crompton, John. Anglesey Mills in 1943. Melin 28 (2012): 31-45. Extracts relating to corn mills from a report date 1943 by T O Williams for the Rural Industries Bureau, with a commentary on each mill by the author.

Crompton, John. Anglesey watermills, then and now: Part 1. Melin 22 (2006): 26-52. A gazetteer of mills based on fieldwork during the 1970s, preparatory to a detailed re-survey to record change in the subsequent 35 years.

Crompton, John. Anglesey watermills, then and now: Part 2. Melin 24 (2008): 3-46. An extended and updated gazetteer based on fieldwork during the 2006 and 2007, recording previously unrecorded sites and change to previously known sites over the last 35 years.

Davidson, Andrew. An Anglesey Fulling Mill of the 18th and 19th Century. Melin 3 (1987): 3.

Davidson, Andrew. Tidal Mills on Anglesey. Melin 16 (2000): 28.

Ellis, Gordon. Anglesey’s wind will soon be turning the sails of Llynnon [sic] again. Country Quest (May 1983): 20-21. Proposal to restore Melin Llynon.

Guise, Barry, and George Lees. Windmills of Anglesey. Builth Wells: Attic Books (1992 & 2010). Excellent study of the windmills of Anglesey, reprinted with additions.

Lees, George E. Island mills that helped to feed a country. Country Quest (April 1973): 35-37. General article about windmills and watermills in Anglesey.

[No name] Windmills on Anglesey. Country Quest (Nov 1978): 17-21. 7 photos of Anglesey windmills, no text: 4 historical photos + 3 recent taken by D. Rogers Jones.

Roberts, R. O. The mills of Anglesey – 1958. Trans. Anglesey Antiquarian Soc. (1958): 1-15.  The Anglesey Antiquarian Society and Field Club was founded in 1911.

Rowlands, Eryl Wyn. Melin y Graig a Melin Hwfa. Y Glorian: Papur Cefni a’r Cylch. Rhif 102 (Medi 1987): 3. Short article about Melin-y-Graig, Llangefni and Melin Pen-Rhiw, Rhostrehwfa. The latter was demolished by contractors on the instruction of the County Council at 4am – the day before the closing date for objections! A cartoon on p 1, lambasts the Council. Also, on p 13, is an article by Cllr. T. Williams, Rhostrehwfa, entitled Chwalu Melin Penrhiw, Rhostrehwfa, which records the events leading up to its demolition and the Council’s response thereafter.

Williams, M. Lucy. Anglesey Tide Mills.  Trans. Anglesey Antiquarian Soc. (1945): 61-63.

Williams, M. Lucy. Tide mills worked by the inland sea between Holy Island and Anglesey. Trans. Anglesey Antiquarian Soc. (1939): 109-10.

 

Breconshire

Bowen, Elwyn. Corn milling in Breconshire. PhD Thesis, University of Wales (Swansea), NLW Thesis 1986/833. Chapter 3. The History of Some Traditional Industries in Breconshire.

Bowen, Elwyn. The Water Mills of Breconshire. Melin 3 (1987): 21.

Chapman, Evan. M. A Roman Donkey Mill from the Clyro. Melin 35 (2019): 93-98. The discovery and analysis of a Roman donkey-powered mill found near the Roman fort at Clyro near Hay-on-Wye.

Coates, S.D. and D.G.Tucker. Water-mills of the Middle Wye Valley. Monmouth District Museum Service (1983).

Hawkins, Raymond. The Mills of Grwyne, Crickhowell District Archive Centre (2008).

Jenkins, J. Geraint. Esgair Moel Woollen Mill. Welsh Folk Museum/National Museum of Wales. Llandysul (1975): 38 pp. Illustrated handbook outlining the history and operation of a small country woollen mill which was dismantled, moved to St Fagans and opened to the public in 1951.

Lovell, Clementine. An archaeological survey of the remains of water mills and associated features on the R. Honddu in south Powys. Melin 34 (2018): 23-50. A survey of watermill remains along the River Honddu using physical and documentary evidence.

 

Caernarfonshire

Crompton, John. Corn Mills of Penrhyn Llŷn. Melin 29 (2013): 19-50. A descriptive gazetteer of water-powered corn mills in the Llyn peninsula, based on fieldwork undertaken by the author in 2010.

Griffiths, G. Gelli’s Water Wheel. Country Quest (April 1988): 44. Farm waterwheels, and restoration of wheel at Gelli Newydd Farm, Nr Trefriw.

Jackson, F. Leonard. Electricity from the mill. Country Quest (June 1970): 4-5. Thomas John and the adaptation of the old corn mill at Ysbyty Ifan to produce electricity for the village using a turbine, until early 1960s.

Phillips-Lewis, Graham. Keeping North Wales in flour. Country Quest (May 1984): 20-1. Story of the Snowdon Flake Flour Mill, Bangor, 1870 – WW1.

Roberts, Glyn. Melinau Llŷn. Llanw Llŷn (Hydref 2019): 18. Cyflwyniad i’r gyfres / Introduction to a series of articles, in Welsh, dealing with the wind and water mills of the Llŷn peninsula. Published in the local Welsh-language community newspaper’, Llanw Llŷn’ .

Roberts, Glyn. Melinau Llŷn: Melin Aberdaron. Llanw Llŷn (Tachwedd 2019): 20-21. Article on Aberdaron corn mill. [see also melindaron.org]

Roberts, Glyn. Melinau Llŷn: Melin Brynmawr, neu Felin Wynt Llaniestyn. Llanw Llŷn (Mawrth 2020): 25. Article on the mills of the Llŷn peninsula, focusing primarily on the windmill at Brynmawr, Llaniestyn.

Roberts, Glyn. Melinau Llŷn: Melin Llangwnadl. Llanw Llŷn (Rhagfyr 2019): 15. Article on Llangwnadl corn mill.

Roberts, Glyn. Melinau Llŷn: Melin Meillteyrn, Rhan 1. Llanw Llŷn (Ionawr 2020): 6. Meillteyrn corn mill (Part 1)

Roberts, Glyn. Melinau Llŷn: Melin Meillteyrn, Rhan 2. Llanw Llŷn (Chwefror 2020): 13. Meillteyrn corn mill (Part 2)

Roberts, Glyn. Melinau Llŷn: Felin Nant, Aberdaron. Llanw Llŷn (Mai 2020): 15. Cyhoeddwyd ar y we yn unig/ Felin Nant, Aberdaron. Published on-line. 

Roberts, Glyn. Melinau Llŷn: Melin Bodwrdda, Aberdaron. Llanw Llŷn (Mehefin 2020): 16. Cyhoeddwyd ar y we yn unig/ Melin Bodwrdda, Aberdaron. Published on-line. 

Roberts, Glyn. Melinau Llŷn: Felin Uchaf, Aberdaron. Llanw Llŷn (Gorffennaf 2020): 19. Felin Uchaf, Aberdaron.  

Wiliam, Eurwyn. The Corn Mills of Lleyn in the Fourteenth Century. Melin 2 (1986): 27.

 

Cardiganshire

Bird, Roger. Ysgubor-y-coed and its Lost Mills. Ceredigion 15.1: 21-51.

Macve, Jennifer. Mills of the Upper Ystwyth Valley. Melin 14 (1998): 51.

Nash, Gerallt D. The windmills of Ceredigion and Carmarthenshire. Melin 22 (2006): 3-25.
An account of the 13 windmills identified in Cardiganshire and Carmarthenshire, where water-powered mills were far more common.

Parkinson, A.J. Vitruvian Mills in Cardiganshire. Melin 3 (1987): 11.

Parkinson, A.J. Mills in Cardiganshire, Part 1. Melin 6 (1990): 43.

Parkinson, A.J. Mills in Cardiganshire, Part 2. Melin 7 (1991): 39.

Parry, Andrew. Replacing millstones at Felin Ganol 2009-10. Melin 30 (2014): 21-30. Description of millstone replacement at Felin Ganol, Llanrhystud, Ceredigion.

Parry, Andrew. Restoration of the grain cleaner at Felin Ganol, Llanrhystud, Spring 2016. Melin 35 (2019): 81-92. An account of the repair and refurbishment of an American grain cleaner.

Parry, Andrew & Anne. Restoration of the wire machine at Felin Ganol, Llanrhystud. Melin 28 (2012): 3-14. Detailed practical account of the restoration of the wire machine at Felin Ganol to active use in flour dressing.

Peate, Iorweth C. A north Cardiganshire woollen yarn factory. Melin 33 (2017): 5-32. Reprint of a paper published by the National Museum of Wales in 1928. The article, which deals with the Llanrhystyd woollen mill, discusses its history, machinery, trade and rural associations, together with a note on a family of Montgomeryshire millwrights who worked extensively on woollen mills across Wales.

Wiliam, Eurwyn. Melin Bompren. Amgueddfa Werin Cymru/Amgueddfa Genedlaethol Cymru. Llandysul (1977): 27 pp. Illustrated handbook, in Welsh, outlining the history and operation of this country cornmill which was moved to St Fagans in 1970, and opened to the public in 1977.

Wiliam, Eurwyn. Melin Bompren – Corn Mill. Welsh Folk Museum/National Museum of Wales. Llandysul (1977): 27 pp. Translation of illustrated handbook, outlining the history and operation of this country cornmill which was moved to St Fagans in 1970, and opened to the public in 1977.

Williams-Davies, John. Cardiganshire Mills: Additional Notes on Mills of the River Cwerchyr. Melin 9 (1993): 30.

 

Carmarthenshire

Fowler, Eric. Coracles and old mill reborn. Country Quest (June 1990): 18-19. Cenarth Mill.

Jones, A. B. and B. L. Davies. The Woollen Industry. in A History of Carmarthenshire. Ed. Sir John E. Lloyd. 2 vols. Cardiff, London Carmarthenshire Society (1935, 1939).
Overview of the woollen industry in Carmarthenshire

Jones, Gareth. Tim Hughes, the Mill-wright of Llanllwni. Melin 28 (2012): 25-29. Reproduction from a book entitled ‘In search of News’ by Gareth Jones, published by the Western Mail in 1938. Tim Hughes worked throughout south and mid Wales building and repairing woollen mills in the late 19th and early 20th C.

Nash, Gerallt D. The windmills of Ceredigion and Carmarthenshire. Melin 22 (2006): 3-25.
An account of the 13 windmills identified in Cardiganshire and Carmarthenshire, where water-powered mills were far more common.

Peck, John. Dinas Sawmill. Melin 29 (2013): 51-88. Historical account and survey (by the Mucky Mills Gang) of the early twentieth century water-powered sawmill at Dinas, Trelech.

Stockdale, Les. Prince’s Mill at Cenarth. Country Quest (Nov 1987): 23-4. Cenarth Mill.

Wallace, Bruce Paul. Under the bridge: In search of 2 mills – Modern and historic stories about life in Bancyfelin and beyond. Melin 32 (2016): 41-85. A study of two mills (one corn and one woollen) in the village of Bancyfelin.

Ward, Owen. Rhydcymerau Corn Mill, Carmarthenshire. Melin 26 (2010): 9-30.

 

Denbighshire

Brown, John. Grinding corn in the days of good Quees Bess. Country Quest (Oct 1972):26-8. Proposed rescue and restoration of King’s Mill, Wrexham.

Brown, John. Rescued Mill. Country Quest (March 1989): 19-20. Rescue and restoration of King’s Mill, Wrexham.

Cleveley, Vic. Mills on the River Alyn. Melin 16 (2000): 16.

Cooper, G . Two mills that face each other. Country Quest, October (1974): 26-28.
Marford and Rossett mills.

Davies, David Ll. Recollections and Ruminations. Melin 32 (2016): 87-100. Personal recollections of mills in Denbighshire and in particular Melin Segrwyd.

Davies, D. Ll. Watermills of Dyffryn Ceiriog. in Watermill, Life Story of a Welsh Cornmill. Llangollen: Ceiriog Press (1997).

Davies, John William, ed. G. D. Nash. The mills on the Ceiriog – a long tradition. Melin 29 (2013): 89-127. Reproduction of articles by John William Davies about mills on the River Ceiriog in north east Wales, published in the Border Counties Advertiser in 1941, with additional notes by Gerallt Nash.

Davies, Gladys. Mills on the Morda. Country Quest, January (1988).

Davies, J. Idris. The Last Miller, Loggerheads, Mold. Clwyd County Council, Mold (1986): 27 pp. Description of the work carried out by the author’s grandfather, David William, in running the corn mill.

Evans, Peter. Mills on the Upper Alyn. Melin 32 (2016): 3-39. Gazetteer of mills and mill sites along the course of the Upper Alun (or Alyn) – a continuation of a survey of the Lower Alyn by Vic Clevely, published in Melin 16 (2000).

Gough, Ian and Martin Howorth. Pentre Mill, Loggerheads. Clwyd County Council, Mold (n.d. late 1970s – early 1980s): 19pp. Description and history of corn mill located in the Loggerheads Country Park.

Griffiths, Elwyn. Tu ôl i’r dorth mae;r blawd. Y Faner (Awst 11/18, 1989):7. Pentrefoelas Mill.

Heald, George O. Pentrefoelas Mill: 1920-1949. Trans. Denbighshire Historical Society, Vol 25 (1976): 210-26. Includes glossary of milling terms used at the mill.

Morris, Islwyn. Mills of the Elwy and Clwyd Rivers.
An archive at the Museum of Welsh Life, St Fagans, Cardiff. (details on cards, plus A4 size photocopy OS maps, plus slides) [c. 1975-1982].

[no name] The old mill turns again in an area of such charm. Country Quest (Aug 1989): 20. Report on the re-opening of Melin Pentrefoelas.

 

Flintshire

Cleveley, Vic. Mills on the River Alyn. Melin 16 (2000): 16.

Williams, Jane. New lease of life for this ancient mill. Country Quest (Jan. 1987): 39. Garth Mill, Ffynnongroyw.

 

Glamorgan

Toponomic note: Gower in an historic context is the Lordship of Gower, of which the Gower Peninsula forms a lesser part.

Brook, Diane. A Short History of Roath Mill. Morgannwg: The Journal of Glamorganshire History, Vol LVII (2013): 77-102

Edwards, Christopher. Water Mills of the Rhondda. Melin 17 (2001): 3.

Hughes, Stephen. Landore: A study of the use of water power during the Industrial Revolution. Melin 3 (1987): 43.

Jones, Glyndwr G. The Corn Mills of Caerphilly and Surrounding District, Part 1. Melin 10 (1994): 43.

Jones, Glyndwr G. The Corn Mills of Caerphilly and Surrounding District, Part 2. Melin 12 (1996): 36.

Jones, Glyndwr G. The Corn Mills of Caerphilly and Surrounding District, Part 3. Melin 13 (1997): 21.

Kissock, Jonathan. The Ecclesiastical and Demesne Mills of Gower – A Fourteenth Century Perspective. Melin 18 (2002): 2.

Leighton, David. The demesne watermills of Gower in the fourteenth century: a reappraisal. Melin 21 (2005): 9-36.
An historical study of mills operated, directly or indirectly, by the lords of Gower in the fourteenth century.

McCann, John M. A Brief History of Little Mill, Llanfythin. Melin 27 (2011): 3-26

Richard, Ioan M. The Mills of Mawr Community. Melin 4 (1986): 2.

Roberts, Jane F. The Tall Tower Mills of Glamorgan. Melin 1 (1985): 1.

Roberts, Jane F. The Windmills of Glamorgan. Melin 2 (1986): 8.

Rogers, W.C. The Windmills of Kilvey. Gower Vol XVII (1966): 8-11.

Stoyel, Alan. Llanfythin Mill – the Remaining Machinery. Melin 27 (2011): 27-44.

Taylor, Bryan S. The Watermills of the Gower Peninsula. Melin 7 (1991): 2.

Taylor, Bryan S. The Watermills of Gower: Part One. An historical perspective . Gower (Journal of the Gower Society) 42 (1991): 6-23. [*]
Part one of two: Watermills of the peninsula of West Gower

Taylor, Bryan S. The Watermills of the Lordship of Gower. Melin 13 (1997): 2.

Taylor, Bryan S. The Watermills of the Lordship of Gower: Part Two . Gower 50 (1999): 20-37. [*]
Part two: Water power in the Northern part of the Lordship

Taylor, Bryan S. Mills of the Bwrlais Brook, Gower. Melin 15 (1999): 70.

Taylor, Bryan S. Mills in the Gwrhyd. Melin 21 (2005): 37-52.
An account of research into mill sites in the north-east corner of the Lordship of Gower.

Taylor, Bryan S. Waterpower in the Northern Lordship of Gower. The Swansea History Journal – Minerva  14, Royal Institution of South Wales (2006): 37-40. [*]

Taylor, Bryan S. Watermills of the Lordship of Gower. Swansea: Brydor Publishing, 2009. 214pp. ISBN 9780955902406 [*]

Williams, John and Dafydd Jenkins. The watermills of Llanelli and surrounding area. Melin 26 (2010): 3-8

 

Merioneth

ab Owain, Steffan. The old mills of the parish of Ffestiniog, Part 1. Melin 20 (2004): 13-28.

ab Owain, Steffan. The old mills of the parish of Ffestiniog, Part 2. Melin 21 (2005): 85-98.

Edwards, Huw Antur. Cynhyrchu trydan yn Llanuwchllyn, 1910-2018 (Power-generation in Llanuwchllyn, 1910-2018). Melin 35 (2019): 3-22. Description, in Welsh, with English summary, of a pelton-wheel manufacturer whose products were used across north Wales to provide motive power for mills and farm machinery as well as for generating electricity.

Parkinson, A.J. Fulling Mills in Merioneth. Journal of the Merioneth Historical and Record Society 9.4 (1984): 420-456.

 

Monmouthshire

Beacham, Mike. Millwright estimates for repairs at Buckholt Mill, Dixton, Monmouthshire. Melin 30 (2014): 99-100. Short note containing two estimates and specifications for work to be carried out at the mill.

Coates, S.D. and D.G.Tucker. Water-mills of the Monnow and Trothy. Monmouth District Museum Service (1978).

Coates, S.D. and D.G.Tucker. Water-mills of the Middle Wye Valley. Monmouth District Museum Service (1983).

Courtney, Paul. The Windmills of Gwent. Monmouthshire Antiquary, Vol 4, Parts 2 & 3 (1981-82): 50-51.

John, Gareth. There’s an old mill … Country Quest (Sept 1985): 18-19. Story of Gelli-groes Mill.

Roberts, Jane F. The Windmills of Gwent. Melin 4 (1986): 2.

Shorter, Alfred H.R. Paper-mills in Monmouthshire. Archaeologia Cambrensis 102 (1953): 83-88. [*]

Vaughan, Philip. A mill on the Monnow: Ruthlin – Cornmill to paper mill. Melin35 (2019): 18-49. An in-depth study of Ruthlin Mill spanning a period of more than 400 years.

 

Montgomery

Barton, Peter G. A History and Conspectus of Montgomeryshire Water Corn Mills. Montgomeryshire Collections 87 (1999): 1.

Barton, Peter G. Medieval Windmills in Montgomeryshire and the Marches. Montgomeryshire Collections 85 (1997): 51-61.

Barton, Peter G. The Timber and Sawmilling Trade in Montgomeryshire. Montgomeryshire Collections 91 (2003): 29-52.

Barton, Peter G. The Windmill of the Abbey of Strata Marcella. Montgomeryshire Collections 84 (1996) pp.61-66;

Chilton, Tim. Workshop at Pontdolgoch Sawmill. Melin 28 (2012): 15-23. Detailed description of the contents and operation of the carpenters’ workshop at Pontdolgoch Sawmill.

Davies, A. Stanley. The windmills of Trelydan. Montgomeryshire Collections XLI, (1923): 153-54.

Ellis, Ernest and David R, Morgan. Brought up in a watermill. Country Quest (Oct 1991): 40-41. Ellis’ recollections of being brought up in Felin Fach in the Tanat Valley.

Jones, David H. Watermills in Montgomeryshire. London: Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings, 1968.
A brief overview with recommendations for listing 6 mills .

Jones, David H. The Watermills of Montgomeryshire. Melin 27 (2011): 65-95. (the above, revised and reprinted).

Payne, Lesley. Epitaph for an old windmill. Country Quest (June 1989): 5. Trelydan Mill Nr Welshpool.

Wadley, David and Jane Wadley and Peter Barton. Pontysgawrhyd Mill, a Late Tudor Corn Mill in  Montgomeryshire. Mont. Collections 92 (2004): 57-68. History and description of a water mill, originally built c. 1574 and re-built in 1810.

 

Pembrokeshire

Anthony, Richard. When the miller was sent flying. Country Quest (Sept. 1989): 29. Tales from St Davids windmill; based on descriptions in Evans, H. Twr-y-Felin Guide to St Davids (1923).

Bennett, Mike. County windmills turn full circle. Pembrokeshire Life, August (2009): 8-11.
Brief overview of the county’s windmills.

Bennett, Mike. Milling around. Pembrokeshire Life March (2010): 6-9.
Overview of Pembrokeshire mills.

Bennett, Mike. Staple Industry. Pembrokeshire Life, September (2011): 15-18.
The Pembrokeshire Woollen Industry.

Bennett, Mike. The wheels of industry. Pembrokeshire Life, January (2012): 24-7.
Industrial waterwheels in Pembrokeshire.

Cambria Archaeology. The Windmill, Angle: A historical and structural description. Dyfed PRN 4386. (n.d. but c. 2000): 1-14.

Coggins, Julie Ann. The History of Tregwynt Woollen Mill, Pembrokeshire: Journal of the Pembrokeshire Historical Society, No.21 (2012) pp 28-34.

Griffiths, Bill. The Millers of Minwear. Pembrokeshire Life, July (2014): 48

Harries, Stephen. The Waterwheels of St Nicholas (Pembrokeshire). Melin 2 (1986): 2.

Lewis, David J. Dai the Mill. St Davids (1995): 80 pp. Autobiographical account of the author’s life as a miner, sailor, fisherman, coxswain of St Davids lifeboat and miller at Felin Isaf, St Davids.

Nash, Gerallt D. The Windmills of Pembrokeshire. Melin 2 (1986): 32.

No name. A new lease of life for old mill. Pembrokeshire Life (no details of issue, but sometime between 2008 and 2019): 20-22. Account of the repair of Melin Abereiddy from 2000, and adaption for use as holiday accommodation.

Owen, Alan. The flax of life. Pembrokeshire Life, September (2010): 28-30. Flax production and flax mill in Pembrokeshire during World War 2.

 

Radnorshire

Davies, D. Stedman. Radnorshire Mills, Part 1. Trans. Radnorshire Society, Vol 10 (1940): 47-57.

Davies, D. Stedman. Radnorshire Mills, Part 2. Trans. Radnorshire Society, Vol 11 (1941): 39-40.

Jenkins, J. Geraint. The Rhayadr Tannery. Welsh Folk Museum/National Museum of Wales. Cardiff (1973): 30 pp. Illustrated handbook detailing the history and processes involved in the operation of a small country tannery which was dismantled and moved to St Fagans in 1960 and opened to the public in 1968.

Ridyard, G.W. Supplementary Notes on the Watermills of Radnorshire, Part 1. Melin 9 (1993): 30.

Ridyard, G.W. Supplementary Notes on the Watermills of Radnorshire, Part 2. Melin 10 (1994): 2.

Ridyard, G.W.S upplementary Notes on the Watermills of Radnorshire, Part 3. Melin 11 (1995): 27.

Ridyard, G.W. Supplementary Notes on the Watermills of Radnorshire, Part 4. Melin 13 (1997): 55.

Ridyard, G.W. Supplementary Notes on the Watermills of Radnorshire, Part 5. Melin 14 (1998): 15.

Ridyard, G.W. Supplementary Notes on the Watermills of Radnorshire, Part 6. Melin 15 (1999): 31.

Ridyard, G.W. Supplementary Notes on the Watermills of Radnorshire, Part 7. Melin 19 (2003): 53-73.

Ridyard, G.W. Supplementary Notes on the Watermills of Radnorshire, Part 8. Melin 21 (2005): 53-60.

Stoyel, Alan. Coed Trewernau Mill: the working parts. Melin 34 (2018): 85-104. An illustrated description and analysis of the (mostly timber-built) machinery in Coed Trewernau Mill.

Tucker, Gordon. Mills of the Lugg Valley in Radnorshire. Melin 1 (1985).

Tucker, Gordon. Some Watermills of South-West Shropshire. Wind and Water Mills 7, Midland Wind and Water Mills Group (1986). Includes 4 mills and 3 possible mills on the R. Teme in Radnorshire.

Tucker, Gordon. Mills on the Upper Arrow Valley in and near Kington, Herefordshire. Wind and Water Mills 7, Midland Wind and Water Mills Group (1986): 24.
Includes 3 mills and 2 possible mills on the R. Arrow in Radnorshire.

Tucker, Gordon. The Water Mills of Radnorshire. Melin 5 (1989).

Walters, Melanie. Coed Trewernau Mill: the history and people. Melin 34 (2018): 51-84. Historical and social study of the people who owned and ran Coed Trewernau Mill.

 

Patagonia (Argentina)

Williams, Fernando. Melinau’r Wladfa: the Mills of the Welsh Colony in Patagonia, South Argentina. Melin 9 (1993): 3.

Nash, Gerallt D. Mills in Patagonia – addenda 1. Melin 10 (1994): 40.

Williams, Fernando. Mills in Patagonia – addenda 2. Melin 12 (1996): 54.

Williams, Fernando. Mills in the Chubut Valley, Patagonia. Melin 14 (1998): 2.