Studies on Milling topics

Studies on Milling topics

Burne, E.L., Russell, J. and Wailes, R. Windmill Sails. Trans, Newcomen Soc, 25 (1945-46): 147-161.

Chapman, H.S. Beehive querns: marvel of the technological Iron Age. Country Quest (February 1990): 40-41.

Nash, Gerallt D. Saints and Millers. Melin 39 (2023): 3-31. An examination of the (Catholic) saints who were (and sometimes still are) associated with mills and milling.

Ridyard, Geoff. Glossary of medieval and post-medieval words relating to mills. Melin 17 (2001): 26-29.  A glossary of Latin and middle English words relating to milling.

Russell, J. Millstones in Wind and Water Mills. Trans, Newcomen Soc, 24 (1943-44): 55-64.

Smith, Terrence Paul. The English Medieval Windmill. History Today (April 1978):256-263.

Tucker, D.G. Millstones, Quarries and Millstone-makers. Post-Medieval Archaeology, Vol II (1977): 1-21.

Turner, Laurence & Watts, Martin. The small tower mills of the British Isles. Trans. 4th Symposium of the International Molinological Society (1977): 55-60. Includes references to six tower mills in Wales.

Viner, Sheila Miles. Bisham Temple Mills. WMS Newsletter 145 (Oct 2021): 14-18. Shortened version of article prepared for the Hampshire Mills Group, discussing Bisham Temple Mills on the R. Thames, with interesting links to Wales.

Wailes, R. Windmill Winding Gear. Trans, Newcomen Soc, 25 (1945-46): 27-35.

Ward, Owen. Balancing Burrstones. Melin 11 (1995): 8-19.  An account of the development of balancing millstones through the use of weights in the nineteenth century.