List of windmills in the East Riding of Yorkshire

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This is a list of windmills in the East Riding of the English county of Yorkshire.

Beverley[edit]

Location Name of mill and
grid reference
Type Maps First mention
or built
Last mention
or demise
Photograph
Beverley Beverley Westwood[1] 1558[1] 1558[1]
Beverley Beverley Westwood Post 1625 Demolished 1868
Beverley Far Mill
TA 021 390
Post 1775 1706 Demolished 1803
Beverley Far Mill
Black Mill
High Mill
Baitson's Mill
[1]

TA 021 390
tower 1803 Windmill World Black Mill, Beverley.jpg
Beverley Victoria Mill
TA 020 382
Tower Truncated
Windmill World
Beverley Union Mill
Anti-mill[1][2]
TA 022 385
Tower 1802 Demolished 1897
Windmill World
Union Mill, Beverley.jpg
Beverley Hither Mill post 1620 blown down c. 1714[1]
Beverley Hither Mill Post 1741 Demolished 1773
Beverley Hither Mill
First Mill[1]
Low Mill[1][2]
Tower 1775 1773 Demolished 1856
Beverley Lowson's Mill Tower 1801
Beverley Parks Mill Tower c. 1820
Beverley Queensgate Whiting Works 1837
Beverley Catterson's Mill
Beverley Crathorne's Mill Tower 1868 1868
Beverley Victoria Mill Tower 1837 1846[3]
Beverley Butt Close Mill[1]
Fishwick's Mill
Post 1761 Demolished 1861
Beverley Grovehill[4] Late 16th century[5] Demolished mid-17th century[4]
Beverley Norwood[5] 1443[6] Late 16th century[4]
Beverley Ridings Fields (two mills)[7] 15th century[7] 15th century[7]

Hull[edit]

Location Name of mill and
grid reference
Type Maps First mention
or built
Last mention
or demise
Photograph
Hull Newland Mill, Beverley Road Tower Demolished 1881, machinery to Trusthorpe Mill, Mablethorpe, Lincolnshire[8]
Hull Tower 1787
Hull Tower 1801
Hull Damson Lane Mill[2] 1843 1912
Hull Stoneferry[2] 1775 1775 1841
Hull Stoneferry (2nd mill)[2] 1841 1841
Hull Stoneferry Sawmill[9] 1819 1819
Hull Anlaby Road Oil Mill 1830s 1830s
Hull Stepney Mill, Beverley Road tower 1883 1883
Hull Humber Bank Mill Tower 1770
Hull Cent-per-Cent Street Mill[2] Smock 1820s 1820s
Hull Brickworks Hollow post
Hull Blundell's Mill, Spring Row Tower 1829 1829
Hull Marfleet Mill[10] 1595[10] 1595[10]
Hull Sculcoates Mill[11] 1558[11] 1558[11]
Hull Myton (two mills)[12] 1293[12] 1345[12]
Hull Wyke upon Hull[12] 1293[12] 1293[12]
Hull Hull Street Mill, North Gate[12]
Hull Southcoates Lane Mill[13] Tower[13] 1846[13] 1866[13]
Hull Holderness Road Mill
TA 120 300
Tower c. 1820[14] Windmill World
Hull Holderness Road Mill[15] Tower
Hull Subscription Mill
Anti-Mill, Holderness Road
Tower 1801 1855[13]
Hull Waddingham's Mill, Holderness Road Tower[13] 1855[13] 1859[13]
Hull Eyre's Mill, Holderness Road
TA 123 309
Tower Windmill World Eyre's Mill, Hull.jpg
Hull Holderness Road (6th mill) 1846[13] 1846[13]
Hull Holderness Road (7th mill) 1846[13] 1846[13]
Hull Holderness Road (8th mill) 1846[13] 1846[13]
Hull Holderness Road (9th mill) 1846[13] 1846[13]
Hull Holderness Road (10th mill) 1846[13] 1846[13]

Other locations[edit]

Location Name of mill and
grid reference
Type Maps First mention
or built
Last mention
or demise
Photograph
Aldbrough Bewick Manor[16] 14th century[16] 14th century[16]
Aldbrough Old Mill[16] 1685[16] c. 1905[16]
Aldbrough Carlton[16] Mid-16th century[16] Mid-16th century[16]
Aldbrough Aldbrough Mill[16] c. 1764[16] c. 1930[16]
Anlaby Post 1775 1657 Demolished 1909
Anlaby Providence Mill Tower 1826
1853
1805 1853, gone by 1889[17]
Arnold 1588[18] 1588[18]
Arram 13th century[19] 13th century[19]
Asselby Asselby Mill Post
Atwick Atwick Mill Midlands post 1828[19] c. 1900[19]
Bainton Bainton Mill
SE 964 527
Tower 1818 Windmill World
Barmby on the Marsh 1295 1295
Barmston 16th century[20] 1722[20]
Beeford Late 12th century[21] Moved to Dringhoe late 14th century[21]
Beeford Beeford Mill
TA 130 535
Post Late 16th century[21] Demolished 1820
Beeford Beeford Mill
TA 130 535
Tower 1820 Windmill World
Bempton Sewerby Mill
TA 189 714
Tower Windmill World
Bilton 16th century[22] 17th century[22]
Bishop Burton South Mill
SE 993 393
Tower Windmill World
Bishop Burton SE 993 407 Post
Bishop Wilton Bishop Wilton Mill
SE 790 550
Tower 1829 Windmill World
Brandesburton 1223[23] 1223[23]
Brandesburton Late 18th century[23] Late 18th century[23]
Bridlington Bridge Mill (Bridlington Priory) 1539 Burnt down 1539
Bridlington Duke's Mill
TA 180 688
Tower 1800 Windmill World
Broomfleet Brickworks Post
Buckton Buckton Mill
TA 180 715
Tower Windmill World Buckton Mill, Buckton.jpg
Burton Agnes 1265 1265
Burton Constable 1294[24] 1294[24]
Burton Constable 17th century[24] Demolished c. 1828[24]
Burton Fleming Late 13th century Late 13th century
Burton Pidsea 1260s[25] 1260s[25]
Burton Pidsea South Field Mill[25] 1772 1616[25] 1772, gone by 1852[25]
Burton Pidsea Burton Pidsea Mill
TA 244 309
Tower 1834 Windmill World Burton Pidsea Mill.jpg
Catwick Hildyard Mill[26] Late 15th century[26] Late 15th century[26]
Catwick Mill Midlands post 1722
1829
1722[26] Demolished 1911
Coniston South Field[27] 18th century[27] 18th century[27]
Cottingham Low Mill Tower 1780
Cottingham North Mill Tower 1813 Demolished 1900
Drewton 1212 1212
Driffield North End Mill[2] Tower 1819 Demolished c. 1882
Dringhoe Cauce estate[28] 1325[28] 1325[28]
Dringhoe Late 14th century[28] 16th century[28]
Dringhoe c. 1800[28] 1905[28]
Easington 1260 1260
Easington Easington Mill Tower
East Cowick East Cowick Mill
SE 665 212
Composite Windmill World
Ellerby St Quintins 1223[29] 1223[29]
Ellerby West Field[29] 1596[29] 1596[29]
Ellerby Ellerby Mill
NZ 800 140
Tower 1855[29] Windmill World
Ellerker Ellerker Mill Tower 1822
Ellerton Ellerton Mill
SE 712 399
Tower Windmill World
Etherdwick 1600[16] Demolished c. 1753[16]
Etton Etton Mill Sunk post 1315 1712
Etton Etton Mill
SE 981 428
Post 1775 1775 Demolished c. 1780
Etton Etton Mill
SE 981 428
Tower c. 1780 Windmill World Etton Mill.jpg
Fimber Sunk post
Fimber (later mill on same site) Sunk post
Flamborough Post
Flinton Early 16th century[30] Early 16th century[30]
Fosham 1577[16] 1578[16]
Foston on the Wolds Foston Mill
TA 092 548
Tower 1820 Windmill World Foston on the Wolds Mill.jpg
Fraisthorpe c. 1212 c. 1212
Ganstead 1334[31] 1334[31]
Ganstead 1602[31] 1602[31]
Ganstead Ganstead Mill Midlands post 1796 Demolished 1909
Garton c. 1600[32] c. 1600[32]
Garton Blue Mill
TA 261 537
Tower Mid-1820s[32] Windmill World Old Mill at Garton.jpg
Gilberdyke Union Mill Tower c. 1800
Goole Timms Mill[2]
SE 740 239
Tower Late 18th or early 19th century[33] Windmill World Timms Mill, Goole.jpg
Goole Greenfield's Mill Tower 1840
Goxhill 1325[34] 1325[34]
Great Cowden 1303[35] 1337[35]
Grindale 1295 1295
Halsham 1294 1294
Hemingbrough 1276 1276
Hemingbrough Post 1775 1609 1913
Hessle Cliff Mill[2]
TA 022 254
Tower 1806[36] Windmill World Cliff Mill, Hessle.jpg
Hessle Hessle Mill Tower 1791 1791
Hollym 1326 1326
Hollym Hollym Mill Post Late 18th century 1820s
Hook Cemetery Mill Tower
Hornsea East Mill[37] 1539[37] 1610[37]
Hornsea West Mill[37] 1539[37] 1610[37]
Hornsea Beck Mill[37] Blown down 1732[37]
Hornsea Atwick Road Mill[37]
TA 197 479
1772 1772[37] Demolished 1820
Hornsea Hornsea Mill
TA 197 479
Tower 1820 1921[37]
Windmill World
Hornsea Brickworks,[2] (site later occupied by Hornsea Pottery) Tower 1865[37]
Hornsea Hornsea Burton[37] 1584[37] 1663[37]
Howden Hail Mill
SE 754 277
Tower Late 18th or early 19th century[38] Windmill World
Howden Howden Brickworks Tower 1873
Hutton Cranswick Hutton Cranswick Mill
TA 023 530
Tower Late 18th or early 19th century[39] Windmill World Hutton Cranswick Mill.jpg
Keyingham Old Mill
TA 244 256
Post 18th century Demolished early 19th century
Keyingham Old Mill
West Mill

TA 244 256
Tower 1813 Windmill World Old Mill, Keyingham.jpg
Keyingham New Mill
East Mill

TA 254 251
Tower 1828 Windmill World New Mill, Keyingham.jpg
Kilham Kilham Mill
TA 060 642
Tower 1809 Windmill World Kilham.jpg
Kilpin Kilpin Windpump[40]
SE 763 275
Windmill World
Langtoft Langtoft Mill
TA 005 680
Tower 1860 Windmill World
Lelley Lelley Mill
TA 219 326
1712 Demolished c 1776
Lelley Lelley Mill
TA 219 326
Tower 1776 Demolished c. 1790
Lelley Mill
TA 219 326
Tower 1790[41] Windmill World Lelley Mill.jpg
Leven Mill Hill Mill 1608[42] 1608[42]
Leven New Mill
TA 117 453
Tower 1847 c. 1900, Later truncated[42]
Windmill World
Leven Canal Head Mill Tower 1790 1890[42]
Leven South Field Mill[42] Post 1772 1754 1842[42]
Leven Wright's Mill Tower 1807 Demolished 1919
Lissett 1353[21] 1353[21]
Little Cowden c. 1290[35] Gone by 1401[35]
Lockington Lockington Mill Tower c. 1820
Long Riston The Hildyards[18] 1322[18] 1322[18]
Long Riston 1540s[18] 1670[18]
Mappleton Mappleton Manor 17th century[35] 17th century[35]
Mappleton Mappleton Mill
TA 224 437
Tower 1798 Windmill World Mappleton Mill.jpg
Market Weighton Bark Mill
Market Weighton Market Weighton Mill Tower Demolished c. 1970
Molescroft 1448[43] 16th century[43]
Molescroft Mill Hill Mill 16th century[43] 1627[43]
Nafferton Nafferton Mill
TA 059 606
Tower 1829 Windmill World Nafferton Mill.jpg
Newbald Newbald Mill Tower
New Ellerby New Ellerby Mill
TA 170 389
Tower Windmill World
Newport Newport Mill Tower 1797
North Ferriby Post
North Frodingham 16th century[44] 16th century[44]
North Frodingham North Frodingham Mill Tower 1816 c. 1915[44]
North Howden Howden Brickyard
SE 754 310
Tower Windmill World
North Howden Howden Brickyard (2nd mill) 1855 1855 1855
Old Goole Old Goole Mill
Goole Fields Mill

SE 757 213
Tower Old Goole Mill.jpg
Out Newton 1276 1276
Owstwick (two mills)[45] 13th century[45] 13th century[45]
Owstwick 1588[45] 1588[45]
Patrington Sunk post 1340 Blown down 1426
Patrington Sunk post 1426 1426
Patrington East Mill
Goodrick's Mill

TA 320 223
Tower 1845 Windmill World
Patrington Haven Mill
TA 308 219
Tower 1810 Truncated
Windmill World
Patrington Black Mill
TA 320 221
Tower Black Mill, Patrington.jpg
Preston Preston Mill Post Demolished 1813
Preston Preston Mill Tower 1813
Ravenser Odd 1260 1260
Ringbrough 1351[16] 1351[16]
Risby Risby Mill Post 1721 1721
Rise Early 14th century[46] 1624[46]
Rise Post[46] Early 18th century[46] Demolished c. 1860[46]
Roos 1403[45] 16th century[45]
Roos West Field Mill[45] 1772 1772[45] Demolished c. 1908[45]
Routh Ros Manor[47] 1278[47] 14th century[47]
Routh Sir Amand's Manor[47] Mid-14th century[47] 17th century[47]
Routh Hollow post 1693[47] 1770
Rudston 1296 1296
Ryehill 14th century[48] 1685, gone by 1748[48]
Ryehill 1772[48] 1915[48]
Scalby 1661[49] 1661[49]
Scalby Scalby Mill Tower
Seaton Ross New Mill
SE 776 422
Tower 1839 Windmill World New Mill, Seaton Ross.jpg
Seaton Ross Common Mill
Fisher's Mill
SE 776 421
Tower Common Mill, Seaton Ross.jpg
Seaton Ross Old Mill
SE 774 417
Tower Late 18th or early 19th century[50] Windmill World Old Mill, Seaton Ross.jpg
Seaton Ross SE 774 418 Post[51]
Seaton Ross Preston's Mill[2]
SE 774 418
Tower Demolished 1953[51]
Sewerby Sewerby Mill Tower
Sherif Hutton 1282[39] 1628[39]
Skidby Two Mills Mill 1388 Demolished 1626
Skidby Hindercroft Mill 1655 Demolished 1688
Skidby Skidby Mill
TA 020 333
Post 1764 Demolished 1821
Skidby Skidby Mill
TA 020 333
Tower 1821 Windmill World Skidby Mill.jpg
Skipsea Cleeton Manor[28] c. 1260[28] c. 1260[28]
Skipsea 1396[28] 15th century[28]
Skipsea North Field[28] c. 1550[28] c. 1550[28]
Skipsea Upton[28] Early 19th century[28] Demolished c. 1895[28]
Skipsea Park Farm, Upton[28] 1820s[28] 1820s[28]
Skirlaugh Skirlaugh Mill Midlands Post 1750[52] Demolished 1944
Sproatley Late 13th century[53] 1391[53]
Sproatley Sproatley Mill 1820[13] c. 1895[53]
Sutton-on-Hull Hastings Manor 1641[54] 1641[54]
Sutton-on-Hull Early 18th century[54] Burnt down 1884[54]
Swanland Swanland Mill Tower 1893 Demolished 1908
Swine 1440s[55] 1440s[55]
Swine Mill Field[55] 1618[55] 1618[55]
Swine Swine Pools[55] c. 1735[55] c. 1735[55]
Thearne 1625[56] 1625[56]
Thearne Thearne Mill Tower 1815[56] 1913[56]
Thwing Sunk post c. 1290
Tickton 1622[57] 1660s[57]
Ulrome 1717[28] 1717, gone by 1765[28]
Walkington Walkington Mill Post Demolished 1850
Walkington Walkington Mill Tower 1850
Wawne Meaux Abbey[58] Mid-13th century[58] 1390s[58]
Wawne North of village[58] 1546[58] 1612, gone by 1672[58]
Wawne Wawne Carrs (two mills) 1675 18th century[58]
Waxholme Waxholme Mill
TA 326 293
Tower Windmill World Old Windmill at Waxholme.jpg
Weedley 1185 1185
Welwick 1349 1349
Wetwang Wetwang Mill Midlands post
Wheldrake Wheldrake windmill Post 1719 1850[59]
Wilberfoss Wilberfoss Mill Post Demolished 1839
Wilberfoss Wilberfoss Mill Tower 1839 Demolished c. 1970
Witham Witham Mill Vertical axis mill 1816 1816
Withernwick 1304[60] 1304[60]
Withernwick West of village[60] 1610[60] 1612, gone by 1763[60]
Withernwick East of village[60] Post[60] 1763[60] Demolished 1890s[60]
Wold Newton Wold Newton Mill Post
Wressle Wressle Mill
SE 710 312
Tower 1827 Windmill World
Yokefleet Mill Farm Mill
SE 821 237
Tower Windmill World Yokefleet Mill.jpg

Maps[edit]

Notes[edit]

Mills in bold are still standing, known building dates are indicated in bold. Text in italics denotes indicates that the information is not confirmed, but is likely to be the case stated.

Sources[edit]

Unless otherwise indicated, the source for all entries is:-Gregory, Roy (1985). East Yorkshire Windmills. Cheddar: Charles Skilton Ltd. ISBN 0-284-98721-2.  or the linked Windmill World page.

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