List of windmills in East Sussex

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List of windmills in East Sussex is located in East Sussex
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Red pog.svg Extant and Blue pog.svg former windmills in East Sussex.
1 Alfriston, 2 Battle, 3 Cross in Hand, 4 Crowborough, 5 Glynde, 6 Herstmonceux, 7 Icklesham, 8 Kingston, 9 Mark Cross, 10 Mayfield, 11 North Chailey, 12 Nutley, 13 Patcham, 14 Polegate, 15 Punnetts Town, 16 Rottingdean, 17 Rye, 18 Stone Cross, 19 West Blatchington, 20 Westham 21 Winchelsea

A list of all windmills and windmill sites which lie in the current ceremonial county of East Sussex.

Locations[edit]

A - B[edit]

Location Name of mill and
grid reference
Type Maps First mention
or built
Last mention
or demise
Photograph
Alfriston Alfriston Mill
TQ 518 027
Tower 1834 Alfriston 1911.jpg
Arlington Windover Mill Post c. 1800 Burnt down c. 1881
Baldslow Hayward's Mill Post Demolished 1855
Baldslow The Harrow Mill Smock 1855 Bbaldslow Mill.jpg
Barcombe Post c. 1818[1] Burnt down c. 1907[1]
Battle King's Head Mill Post Demolished 1805
Battle King's Head Mill
Caldbec Hill Mill

TQ 748 166
Smock 1805 Windmill World Battle windmill.jpg
Battle Telham Hill Mill Post 1747 Demolished 1962[2]
Battle Watch Oak Mill
Netherfield Mill
1813
Beckley Old Mill 1724 1724 1724
Beckley New Mill
Beddingham Old Mill 1724
1813
1724 1813
Berwick Post 1724 1724 1724
Bexhill Mount Idle Mill
Bexhill Black Mill
Bexhill Down Mill
Hoad's Mill

TQ 733 087
Post 1784 Collapsed during storm 30 July 1965, demolished 31 July 1965.[3] Information and photographs
Bishopstone Tide Mills Smock 1860s 1883
Bishopstone Post
Brede Post 1813 1794[1] 1905[1]
Brightling Beacon Mill
Brighton Brighthelmstone Mill (north)[4] Post[4] 1545[4] Blown down 1703[4]
Brighton Brighthelmstone Mill (south)[4] Post[4] 1545[4] Blown down 1703[4]
Brighton Church Hill Mill[4] Post[4] 1724 1724[4] Blown down 10 May 1726[4]
Brighton Coffee Mill, East Street[4] Post[4] 1736[4] 1736[4]
Brighton West Mill, Belle Vue Fields
Regency Square Mill
Post[5] 1744[4] Moved to Preston 28 March 1797[4]
Brighton West Street Mill[4] 1744[4] 1750, Possibly moved to Black Rock[4]
Brighton East Brighton, Lewes Crescent[4] 1793[4] 1795, possibly moved (East End Mill)[4]
Brighton East End Mill[4] Post[4] 1800[4] 1842, moved to Sudeley Place by 1847[4]
Brighton Black Rock Mill
Roedean Mill[6]
c. 1750[6] c. 1790[6]
Brighton Sudeley Place Mill
East Mill[7]
Post 1790s[8] Moved to Windmill St (Taylor's Mill) mid1840s[8]
Brighton Vine's Mill
Clifton Gardens Mill
Post 1810[9] Moved to Windmill Street c. 1837[7] Brighton Vines Mill.jpg
Brighton Toronto Terrace Mill
Albion Hill Mill[7]
Brighton Park Mill[7]
Butcher's Mill[4]
Post 1822[7] Moved to Falmer (Race Hill) December 1861
Brighton Windmill Street
Clifton Mill[7]
Post c. 1837[7] Demolished c. 1862[7]
Brighton Windmill Street
Taylor's Mill[8]
East End Mill[4]
1847[4] Collapsed 24 March 1862 whilst being prepared for move to new site at Woodingdean[4]
Brighton Preston Mill
Streeter's Mill
Black Mill[4]
Trusler's Mill[4]
Post 1797[10] Demolished c. 1890[4]
Brighton Lashmar's Old Mill
Hove Mill[11]
Post 1780[11] Demolished 1821
Brighton Lashmar's New Mill Post 1821 Moved to Clayton, 1852
Brighton Port Hall Mill Post[4] 1826[4] Demolished c. 1882[4]
Brighton Bear Mill Post 1813[4] Standing 1903[4]
Brighton Site later occupied by Hanover Mill[4] 1813[4] 1813[4]
Brighton Hanover Mill
[12]
Post[12] 1838[12] Demolished c. 1887[12]
Brighton Rose Hill Mill
Roundhill Mill[12]
Cutress's Mill[4]
Tower c. 1834[4] Demolition commenced 13 March 1913,[4] completed by 25 April 1913 Brighton Rose Hill Mill.jpg
Brighton Black Mill
Hodson's Mill
West Hill Mill
Smock 1808[4] Demolished 25 June 1866 Brighton Hodson's Black 1866.jpg
Burwash Witherenden Mill
Burwash Rockhill Mill Post 1839[1] Collapsed 1940[1]

C[edit]

Location Name of mill and
grid reference
Type Maps First mention
or built
Last mention
or demise
Photograph
Catsfield Catsfield Mill Post
Chailey TQ 386 214 Post 1596 Six mills in succession, on same site as Heritage mill
Chailey Heritage Mill
TQ 386 214
Smock Windmill World Heritage Mill.jpg
Chailey South Common Mill Smock 1823 c. 1808 Standing 1922
Windmill World
Chailey Yokehurst Mill 1813 1790 Moved to South Common c. 1808
Chiddingly Willard's Mill, The Dicker
Old Mill
Chiddingly Black Mill, The Dicker
Chiddingly Golden Cross Mill, The Dicker
Wicken's Mill
Post 1823 1823 Demolished 1919. roundhouse house converted
Windmill World
Dicker Mill House, Golden Cross - geograph.org.uk - 177461.jpg
Chiddingly Lower Dicker Mill
Ovenden's Mill
New Mill
Post 1813 Collapsed 28 December 1929
Cross in Hand Waldron Down Mill Post 1598 Struck by lightning and severely damaged, 1790
Cross in Hand Old Mill
Little Mill
Post 1791 Demolished 1903
Windmill World
New Mill, X in Hand 2.JPG
Cross in Hand New Mill
TQ 558 218
Post 1855 Windmill World New Mill, X in Hand.jpg
Crowborough Beacon Mill Post 1782 Burnt down c. 1940
Crowborough Pratt's Mill
TQ 518 311
Tower 1862 Crowborough Pratt's 1905.jpg
Crowhurst

D - E[edit]

Location Name of mill and
grid reference
Type Maps First mention
or built
Last mention
or demise
Photograph
Dallington Smock c. 1852 Demolished 1913
Windmill World
Ditchling Elphick's Farm Mill Hollow post c. 1884 1904
East Blatchington Black Mill
East Blatchington Pumping mill Tower 1882 Demolished c. 1919
Eastbourne Parsonage Mill
Black Mill
Watt's Lane Mill
Rectory Manor Mill[13]
Post
Eastbourne Paradise Hill Mill
Eastbourne White Mill Post
Eastbourne Rodmill Farm Mill
Eastbourne Radmill Village Mill Post
Eastbourne Ocklynge Mill Tower Standing in 1934[14]
Eastbourne Old Mill Tower 1800 Replaced by Hurst's Mill, 1808
Eastbourne Hurst's Mill
St John's Mill
Tower 1808 Demolished 1950
Eastbourne Bullock Down Wind wheel
Eastbourne Pashley Down Vertical axle mill 1752 1767, Demolished by 1785
Eastbourne Pashley Down Post 1724 1724 1785, later burnt down
Eastbourne Seafront Vertical axle mill 1757 1780s
Eastbourne Ocklynge Hill Vertical axle mill c. 1767 Burnt down 1811
Eastbourne Black Mill Post Eastbourne Black.jpg
East Grinstead North End Mill 1564[15] Burnt down 1757[16]
East Grinstead Common Mill 1767[16] Standing 1900[16]
East Grinstead Ashurst Wood Mill
Cutten's Hill Mill[17]
Smock[18] Demolished 1882[19]
East Grinstead Pook Hill Mill 1823 1823[19] 1823, gone by 1841[19]
East Hoathly Post Burnt down 1824[1]
East Hoathly Post 1824 Burnt down December 1891[1]
Ewhurst Brasses' Mill 1724 1724 1724
Ewhurst Beacon Mill
Ewhurst Staplecross Mill Smock 1815 Demolished 1951

F[edit]

Location Name of mill and
grid reference
Type Maps First mention
or built
Last mention
or demise
Photograph
Fairlight Old Mill Smock 1813 1813 Burnt down[1] 1872[20] Fairlight Mill.jpg
Fairlight Batchelor's Mill Post
Falmer Old Mill Smock 1724 1617[4] 1724, later burnt down
Falmer Falmer Mill[4] Post[4] 1801 Moved within Falmer, 1817[4]
Falmer Mill Street[4] Post[4] 1817[4] 1866[4]
Falmer Race Hill Mill Post 1861[7] Blown down[14] 16 May 1913[4]
Firle Firle Mill 1724 1724 1724
Forest Row Old Mill
Framfield Mount Ephraim Mill Post 1841[21] Moved to Cross in Hand, 1855
Framfield Blackboys Mill Post 1868 Demolished 1944
Frant Benhall Mill[22] Post[22] 1818[22] 1880s, gone by 1900[22]
Frant
Friston Friston Mill Post Blown down January 1926.[23] Friston Mill, Sussex.jpg

G[edit]

Location Name of mill and
grid reference
Type Maps First mention
or built
Last mention
or demise
Photograph
Glynde Post 1807[1] Moved to Blackboys 1868
Glynde Hollow Post Mid-19th century Moved to High Salvington 2007
Glynde Glyndebourne Mill
Ringmer Mill
Post 1724 1700[14] Collapsed 1925
Guestling Old Mill
Pickham Farm Mill
post 1813
Guestling Guestling mill
Jenner's Mill
Down Mill
Fairlight Mill
[1]
Smock 1859[1] Demolished c. 1918[1] Guestling.jpg

H[edit]

Location Name of mill and
grid reference
Type Maps First mention
or built
Last mention
or demise
Photograph
Hailsham Upper Mill Post
Hailsham Lower Mill
Hamlin's Mill
Smock 1834 Burnt down November 1923
Hailsham Harebeating Mill
Upper Mill
Post 1823 1823 Collapsed 1934. Modern house built on roundhouse.
Windmill World
Harebeating Mill - geograph.org.uk - 393433.jpg
Hamsey Post 1724 1724 1724
Hamsey Offham Mill
Racehill Mill
Steeres Mill[14]
Smock
Hankham 1724
1724 1813
Hastings Summerfield's Mill
Hastings French's Mill
Croft Road Mill
Smock 1799 Moved to Silverhill, St Leonards c. 1838
Hastings Priory Road Mill #1
Hastings Priory Road Mill #2
Hastings Priory Road Mill #3
Hastings Priory Road Mill #4
Hastings Priory Road Mill #5
Hastings Town Mill
Hastings Six sailed mill Post
Heathfield Sandy Cross Mill Post 1842[1] Demolished 1916[1]
Heathfield Broad Oak Mill Post 1842[1] Burnt down 11 March 1890[1]
Heathfield Mutton Hall Mill Post 1805 Demolished 1891
Heathfield Cade Street Mill
Chapman's Town Mill
Smock Gone by 1936
Heathfield Punnetts Town Mill Post Burnt down 1856
Heathfield Punnetts Town Mill
Blackdown Mill
Cherry Clack Mill

TQ 627 209
Smock 1856 Windmill World Punnetts Town mill.jpg
Heathfield Punnetts Town Saw Mill Smock 1862[14] Demolished 1934
Heathfield Alexandra Road Wind wheel c. 1910
Heathfield Punnetts Town Wind wheel c. 1908 Dismantled 1916
Hellingly Old Mill
North Street Mill[1]
Post[1] 1781[1] Blown down 1908[1]
Herstmonceux Windmill Hill Mill Post
Herstmonceux Windmill Hill Mill
TQ 648 122
Post c. 1814 Windmill World Windmill Hill Mill.jpg
Herstmonceux Bodle Street Green Mill Post 1780s
Herstmonceux Cowbeech Mill
Erry's Mill
Smock 1823 1820 Demolished c. 1919
Windmill World
Hooe Hooe Common Mill Post 1813 Demolished by 1934[14]
Hooe Hooe Common Mill Smock
Horham Smock Moved to Punnetts Town 1866

I - L[edit]

Location Name of mill and
grid reference
Type Maps First mention
or built
Last mention
or demise
Photograph
Icklesham Telegraph Hill Mill Smock 1834[1] Demolished c. 1922[1] Icklesham Telegraph Hill 1906.jpg
Icklesham Village Mill Post
Icklesham Hogg Hill Mill
TQ 888 160
Post 1790 Windmill World Hogg Hill Mill.jpg
Iden Post
Iford Sunk Post 1155 1155
Kingston Kingston Mill
Ashcombe mill

TQ 392 089
Post 1832 Blown down, March 1916 Kingston Ashcombe (2).jpg
Kingston Kingston Mill
TQ 392 089
Post 2009[24] Ashcombe Windmill, Kingston near Lewes.jpg
Kingston Old Duck Mill Smock 1802 Collapsed 1891
Laughton Laughton Mill 1724 1724 1724
Lewes Town Mill Smock 1802 Moved to new site, c. 1818 (Shelley's Mill).
Windmill World
Lewes Town Mill base.jpg
Lewes Shelly's Mill Smock c. 1818 Demolished 1922
Lewes Southern Mill Post c. 1785 Demolished c. 1912
Lewes Spital Mill Post 1770 Burnt down May 1885
Lewes Malling Mill Post 1625 Burnt down 8 September 1908
Lewes King Harry's Mill[13] Post 1264 1264
Lewes Smart's Mill
Lewes Southover Mill Blown down 1888[13]
Little Horsted Old Mill

M - N[edit]

Location Name of mill and
grid reference
Type Maps First mention
or built
Last mention
or demise
Photograph
Mark Cross Walter's Mill
TQ 585 315
Tower 1845 Windmill World
Mayfield Luggers Crouch Mill 1795[25] 1825[25]
Mayfield Gravil Hill Mill 1711[26] 1720[27]
Mayfield Argos Hill Mill
TQ 571 283
Post 1835 Windmill World Argos Hill Mill.jpg
Newenden[28] pumping mill Trestle
Newhaven Bolen's Mill Burnt down 1844
Newhaven Smock 1844 Moved to North Chailey
Newhaven Post Newhaven Mill.jpg
Newick Old Mill
Ninfield Ashburnham Mill Post 1809 Standing 1936, demolished by September 1937[29]
Ninfield Lunsford's Cross Mill
Thorne Mill
Smock c. 1870 Demolished 1907
Northiam Old mill Post 1795 1795 Burnt down 1800
Northiam High Park Mill
Millcorner Mill
Post 1800 Demolished 1949
Nutley Nutley Mill
TQ 451 291
Post c. 1817 Windmill World Nutley Windmill.jpg

O - P[edit]

Location Name of mill and
grid reference
Type Maps First mention
or built
Last mention
or demise
Photograph
Ore White Mill
Cheale's Mill
Smock 1813
1823
1813 Burnt down May 1900
Ore Black Mill
Down Mill
Smock 1855 Demolished c. 1918
Patcham Post 1724 1620[30] 1791[4]
Patcham Ballard's Mill Smock c. 1780[30] Demolished c. 1900[4]
Patcham Waterhall Mill
TQ 292 086
Tower 1885 Windmill World Patcham mill.jpg
Peasemarsh Smock Standing 1936
Pett Pett Mill Post 1781 Moved to Icklesham, 1790
Piddinghoe Peddinghoe Mill 1724 1724 1724
Playden Black Mill Standing c. 1915[2]
Playden Old Mill Post Moved to Appledore, Kent by 1819
Playden Playden Mill
Playden TQ 9233 2123 Smock
Playden TQ 9217 2141 Post Standing 1936
Polegate Ovenden's Mill
Mockett's Mill

TQ 582 041
Tower 1817 Windmill World Polegate mill.jpg
Portslade East Hill Mill Post 1837[14] 1837[14]
Portslade Copperas Gap Mill Post 1820[30] Demolished 1882[30]
Pevensey Blackness Mill 1778[13] 1779[13]

R - S[edit]

Location Name of mill and
grid reference
Type Maps First mention
or built
Last mention
or demise
Photograph
Ringmer Broyle Mill Post Burnt down 1905
Ripe Old Mill 1724
1813
1724 1813
Rodmell 1199[13] 1199[13]
Rodmell Old Mill Post 1813 c. 1801[1] Demolished 12 January 1912[1]
Rottingdean Dudeney's Hill Mill[4] Post 1783
1813
1773[4] 1818, possibly moved to Whitehawk Hill, Brighton[4]
Rottingdean Beacon Mill
New Mill

TQ 366 025
Smock 1802 Windmill World Rottingdean mill.jpg
Rottingdean Smock
Rye Wilkinson's Mill
Rye Smock Moved to Punnetts Town 1862[14]
Rye Post 1596 1596 Gone by 1758
Rye Old Mill Post 1758 Replaced by smock mill 1824
Rye New mill
Gibbet Mill
Tillingham Mill
Barry's Mill

TQ 917 203
Smock 1824 Burnt down 13 June 1930
Windmill World
Rye Gibbet (3).jpg
Salehurst Silverhill Mill
Seaford Sutton Mill Post
Sidley Sidley Mill 1723[31] Burnt down 1797[31]
Sidley Sidley Mill
Pankhurst's Mill
Smock 1798 Moved to Leigh, Kent, 1928
St Leonards Tivoli Old Mill Post 1813
St Leonards Tivoli New Mill
St Leonards Silverhill Mill Smock c. 1838 Burnt down 1867
St Leonards Draper's Mill
Silverhill Mill
Smock 1868 Demolished 1966
Stone Cross Stone Cross Mill
Blackness Mill
White Mill
[32]
TQ 620 043
Tower 1876 Windmill World Stone Cross mill.jpg
Stone Cross Black Mill Post

U - W[edit]

Location Name of mill and
grid reference
Type Maps First mention
or built
Last mention
or demise
Photograph
Uckfield Old Mill
Udimore Udimore Mill Post Demolished 1922 Udimore mill.jpg
Wadhurst Cousley Wood Mill Standing 1885[33]
Wadhurst Riseden Mill Post 1823 1821 Collapsed 1910
Windmill World
Wadhurst Butcher's Wood Mill
White's Mill[33]
1866[33] 1894[33]
Wadhurst Bestbeech Hill Mill
Standen's Mill[33]
1795 1795 Standing 1801, possibly moved to Riseden by 1821[34]
Warbleton Summer Hill Mill Post c. 1825 Demolished August 1936
Warbleton Chapman's Mill Smock 1838 Struck by lightning 16 July 1880
Wartling Wartling Mill
Wartling Boreham Street Mill Post 1813
West Blatchington West Blatchington Mill
TQ 279 068
Smock 1823 1823 Windmill World West Blatchington Mill.jpg
Westfield Church Mill 1724 1724 1724
Westfield White Mill
Westfield North Mill One of the Westfield mills burnt down 5 November 1908[35]
Westham Westham Mill
Westham Hollow Post 1860 Moved to Weald and Downland Open Air Museum, 1975
Whatlington Whatlington Mill
Old Mill
1849[20] 1849[20]
Willingdon Old Mill 1813
Winchelsea 1297[13] 1297[13]
Winchelsea Iham Mill Post 1813 1760 1813, moved to new site by 1823
Winchelsea St Leonard's Mill
TQ 902 176
Post c. 1823 Blown down 16 October 1987 Winchelsea 1905.jpg

Locations formerly within East Sussex[edit]

For windmills in Lamberhurst see List of windmills in Kent.

Sources[edit]

Unless stated otherwise, the source for all entries is Brunnarius, Martin (1979). The Windmills of Sussex. Chichester: Philimore. ISBN 0-85033-345-8.  or Hemming, Peter (1936). Windmills in Sussex. London: C W Daniel.  Online version

Maps[edit]

  • 1596 Robert Morden
  • 1724 Richard Budgen
  • 1795 Gardner & Gream
  • 1813 Ordnance Survey
  • 1823 C & G Greenwood

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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  28. ^ Part of the parish was formerly in Sussex
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