List of windmills in Kent

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A list of all windmills and windmill sites which lie in the current Ceremonial county of Kent.

List of windmills in Kent is located in Kent
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Extant (red) and former (blue) windmills in Kent.
1 Barham, 2 Benenden, 3 Bidborough, 4 Biddenden 5 Canterbury, 6 Charing, 7 Chillenden, 8 Chislet, 9 Cranbrook, 10 Eastry, 11 Edenbridge, 12 Copton, 13 Guston, 14 Herne, 15 Kingston, 16 Margate, 17 Meopham, 18 Northbourne, 19 Oare, 20 Ringwould, 21 Rolvenden, 22 Sandhurst, 23 Sandwich, 24 Sarre, 25 Sheerness, 26 Stanford, 27 Stelling Minnis, 28 St Margaret's Bay, 29 West Kingsdown, 30 Whitstable, 31 Willesborough, 32 Wittersham, 33 Woodchurch.

Locations[edit]

A[edit]

Location Name of mill and
grid reference
Type Maps First mention
or built
Notes Image
Acrise Elham Mill
Elham Down Mill
Manor Mill
Post 1596
1610
1736
1769
1596 Blown down in 1876.[1]
Acrise Elham Mill Smock 1878 Working until June 1916. Demolished 6 July 1919.[1]
Acrise Acrise Mill Post 1769 1769 Stood 7 furlongs (1.4 km) south east of Acrise Church.[2]
Adisham Bekesbourne Mill Smock 1843 Standing by 1843. Working until c. 1922. Burnt down 29 August 1933.[2]
Aldington Aldington Mill
TR 056 363
Smock 1878 Working until c. 1908. Demolished 1910.[3] Base survives, used as a store.[4] Aldington 1905.jpg
Appledore Horne Place Mill Post 1596
1736
1596 Stood 7 furlongs (1.4 km) north north east of Appledore Church.[5]
Appledore Court Lodge Mill Post 1596 1596 Stood 3 furlongs (600 m) south west of Appledore Church. Demolished late C18th.[5]
Appledore Great Mill,
Union Mill
TQ 953 304
Smock 1791 Demolished in 1909.[6] Base survives, converted into a house.[7]
Appledore TQ 953 303 Post Moved from Playden, East Sussex.[6][Note 1] Demolished 1900. Part of the roundhouse survives as part of a farm building.[8][9]
Ash (near Sandwich) Mount Ephraim Mill Post 1818 Moved from Woodnesborough.[10] Blown down 28 October 1955.[citation needed]
Ash (Sandwich) (formed a pair with Mount Ephraim Mill) Post Demolished before 1879.[10]
Ash (Sandwich) Ash Mill Post 1736 1736 Stood north west of Knell Farm and 6 furlongs (1.2 km) north of Ash Church.[11]
Ashford Regent's Place Mill Smock 1870 Moved to Badlesmere, 1872.[11]

B[edit]

Location Name of mill and
grid reference
Type Maps First mention
or built
Notes Image
Badlesmere Boundgate Mill
TR 010 532
Smock 1872 Working until 1921.[12] Demolished 1938. Base survives, used as a store.[13][14][15]
Badlesmere Lees Post 1695
1736
1695 Stood 1 mile (1.6 km) south south west of Badlesmere Church.[12]
Bapchild Bapchild Mill Stood south of Watling Street, 4 furlongs (800 m) east of Bapchild Church. Standing by 1843. Demolished by 1865.[12]
Barfreston Barfeston Mill 1769 1769 Standing in 1819.[12]
Barfreston Barfreston Mill Smock 1769 1769 Thought to have been standing c.1852. Base survived into the 1860s, converted to a house.[12]
Barham Barham Downs Mill Post 1596
1695
1736
1596
Barham Black Mill,
Barham Downs Mill
TR 214 510
Smock 1834 Burnt down 3 March 1970. Derelict base survives.[16] Barham Black.jpg
Barham Early C18th Stood 4 furlongs (800 m) east south east of Barham Church.[17]
Barham Breach Downs Mill Smock 1875 Working in 1878. Demolished c.1900.[17]
Barham Derringstone Mill[18] Smock 1855[18] Stood near the site later occupied by Barham railway station. Moved to Margate in 1869.[17]
Barming Barming Heath Mill c.1800 Burnt down 1805.[19]
Barming Barming Heath Mill 1829 1805 Stood 1 mile (1.6 km) north east of Barming Church. Standing in 1845, demolished c.1846, gone by 1853.[19]
Bearsted Smock Stood 3 furlongs (600 m) north west of Barming Church. Demolished by 1873.[20]
Benenden Beacon Mill (south) Demolished by 1850.[21]
Benenden Beacon Mill (north)
TQ 821 325
Smock 1821 1821 Working until 1921. Benenden mill.jpg
Benenden East End Mill Post Stood 2 miles 3 furlongs (3.8 km) east of Benenden Church. Demolished c.1870[21]
Bethersden Old Mill
TQ 929 407
Post 1596
1610
1736
1769
1555 Moved to Biddenden (Paul Sharpe's Mill).[21]
Bethersden White Mill
TQ 929 407
Smock Working until 1923.[22] Blown down in 1937.[23]
Bethersden Little Mill (1st site) Smock Six-sailed saw mill. Moved from Sandgate. Moved to 2nd site.[24]
Bethersden Little Mill (2nd site) Smock Stood 2 furlongs (400 m) north north east of Bethersden Church, near the Black Mill. A six-sailed saw mill moved from a location within Bethersden village. Demolished c.1896.[24]
Bethersden Black Mill
TQ 929 407
Smock c.1886 Moved from Folkestone. A saw mill, latterly worked by a suction gas engine. Demolished by 1933,[25] leaving the brick base, which was later demolished.[26]
Betteshanger 1596 1596 Stood north west of Betteshanger Church.[27]
Bicknor Post 1769 1769 Stood 4 furlongs (800 m) south south west of Bicknor Church. Demolished before 1865.[28]
Bidborough Bidborough Mill
TQ 561 435
1769 1769
Bidborough Bidborough Mill
TQ 561 435
Tower 1858 Working until c.1900. Converted to house in 2006. Bidborough 1920s.jpg
Biddenden Beacon Hill Mill,
Paul Sharpe's Mill

TQ 8495 3706
Post 1736
1769
1736 Moved from Bethersden. Working until 1882. Demolished 1912.[29]
Biddenden Three Chimneys Mill,
Cherry Clack Mill
Approximately TQ 815 378
Smock 1859[30] Moved to Punnetts Town, Sussex in 1859.[30]
Biddenden Town Mill
TQ 85046 38171
Smock Working until 1914. Was being lived in during the 1930s.[31] Collapsed in 1946.[32] Biddenden Town c1907.jpg
Birchington Post 1414
1596
1695
1719
1414[33] Stood east of the Birchington Church.[31]
Birchington Dentdelion Mill 1610
1695
1610 Stood north east of Birchington Church.[31]
Birchington Quex Park Mill, Birchington Mill 1736
1769
1736 Stood 7 furlongs (1.4 km) south east of Birchington Church. Possibly moved within Birchington (Hudson's Mill).[31]
Birchington Grove End Mill 1769 1769 Stood 1 furlong (200 m) west north west of Birchington Church.[34]
Birchington Seed Mill Stood 3 furlongs (600 m) north of Birchington Church, near Birchington railway station.[34]
Birchington Hudson's Mill Smock May have been moved from within Birchington. Raised c.1850. Working until 1891. Demolished c.1900.[34]
Blean Glover's Old Mill
TR 125 607
Smock Standing by 1843. Demolished early C20th.[35] The base survives.[26][36]
Blean Glover's New Mill Smock 1868 Workinguntil 1922. Demolished 1924.[37]
Blue Bell Hill Blue Bell Hill Mill
TQ 747 621
Smock 1833 1833 Blown down July 1890. Base survives.[38][39]
Bobbing Goord's Mill Smock 1857 Stood 5 furlongs (1,000 m) south west of Bobbing Church. Demolished c.1902.[40]
Boughton Monchelsea Haste Hill Mill Smock Stood 7 furlongs (1.4 km) north north west of Boughton Monchelsea Chruct. Burnt down in 1858.[41]
Boughton under Blean Black Mill Standing c.1850.[41]
Boughton under Blean Demolished before c.1850.[41]
Boughton under Blean Miles' Mill
TR 058 595
Smock c.1793 Working until 1931, latterly by engine.[41] Demolished in 1942 due to bomb damage. The base survives.[39]
Boughton under Blean Richardson's Mill Smock 1769 1769 Stood 7 furlongs (1.4 km) north east of Boughton Church. Had ceased working by 1925.[42] Demolished during World War Two[43]
Boxley The Pilgrim's Way Mill Stood 4 furlongs (800 m) west of Boxley Church and south of the Pilgrim's Way. Demolished between 1876 and 1880.[44]
Boxley Boxley Mill 1837[45] Stood 1 mile (1.6 km) south west of Boxley Church. Standing 1876, demolished by 1880.[46]
Brabourne Brabourne Lees Mill Smock 1867 Stood 1 mile (1.6 km) south west of Brabourne Church. Burnt down c.1871.[47]
Bredgar Dean's Hill Mill Smock 1769 1769 Stood 1 mile (1.6 km) west north west of Bredgar Church. Demolished c.1909.[48]
Bredhurst Naylor's Mill
TQ 792 619
Smock 1845 Demolished c.1914.[49]
Brenchley Pixett Hill Mill Post 1769 1769 Stood 2 furlongs (400 m) north west of Brenchley Church.[50] Standing in 1860.[51]
Brenchley Keys Green Mill, Kippings Cross
TQ 647 397
Tower 1843 Working until c.1916 when tailwinded, cap and sails blown off.[52] Demolished c. 1957, leaving a two-storey stump.[53] – c. 1963.[54] Kippings Cross Windmill-geograph.org-1816827.jpg
Brenzett Brenzett Corner Mill Post 1596
1610
1596 Stood 5 furlongs (1,000 m) south west of Brenzett Church.[55]
Brenzett Brenzett Corner Mill Post 1776 Stood 5 furlongs (1,000 m) south west of Brenzett Church. Working into 1920s. Demolished 5 February 1925.[55]
Bridge ½ mile E of church Post 1596
1719
1596 Stood 2 furlongs (400 m) east of Bridge Church.[55]
Bridge ½ mile E of church Smock 1829 Stood 2 furlongs (400 m) south east of Bridge Church.[55]
Bridge Bridge Mill Smock 1879 Stood 3 furlongs (600 m) north west of Bridge Church. Working until 1907.[56] Demolished in 1955.[57]
Broadstairs St Peter's Mill 1695
1736
1695 Stood 6 furlongs (1.2 km) north north east of St Peter's Church, Broadstars. A mill is also marked on the 1819-43 Ordnance Survey map.[58][Note 2]
Broadstairs Clairmont Mill[59] Post[59] 1596
1610
1719
1736
1769
1596 Moved to Canterbury in 1858.[59]
Broadstairs Bradstowe Mill
Pierremont Mill
[59]
Smock 1827[59] Working until 1907.[58] Demolished in 1909.[59] Broadstairs pre 1907.jpg
Brook Spelder's Hill Mill Smock 1820 Demolished c.1912. Base was standing in 1933.[60]

C[edit]

Location Name of mill and
grid reference
Type Maps First mention
or built
Notes Image
Canterbury
(envrions)
Standing c.1200[61]
Canterbury
(envrions)
Standing c.1200[61]
Canterbury St Martin's Mill
TR 161 578
Tower 1817 Working until 1890, house converted in 1920. Canterbury windmill.jpg
Canterbury St Martin's Black Mill
TR 162 576
Smock 1816[62] Demolished 1868,[63] Canterbury St Martins Black.jpg
Canterbury St Lawrence Mill Smock 1843 Stood 5 furlongs (1,000 m) south south west of St. Martin's Church, Canterbury. Burnt down 15 May 1873.[63]
Canterbury Dane John Mill Post 1731 1839[51]
Canterbury Franciscan Gardens Mill Smock 1846 Stood 15 mile (320m) north west of Canterbury Castle.[64]
Canterbury St Thomas Hill Mill 1816 Standing in 1856.[64]
Challock Challock Lees Mill
TR 0081 5105
1769 1769 Burnt down 1779[65]
Challock Challock Lees Mill 1779[65] Stood 1 mile (1.6 km) north north west of Challock Church. Burnt down, date unknown.[66]
Challock Challock Lees Mill
2nd mill
TR 0088 5093
Smock Struck by lightning and burnt down, 10 February 1906.[67]
Charing Charing Mill,
Field Mill

TQ 957 503
Smock 1821 1821 Working until 1891. House conversion. Charing mil3.JPG
Charing Charing Heath Mill Smock Stood 1 mile 4 furlongs (2.4 km) west of Charing Church. Demolished by 1870.[68]
Chartham Hatch Green Mill Stood 1 mile (1.6 km) north nort west of Chartham Church.[69]
Chatham Upberry Mill,
Gilbert's Mill,
Lower Chatham Hill Mill
TQ 770 673
Smock 1596
1695
1736
1769
1596 Working in 1885. Demolished autumn 1897.[70]
Chatham Star Mill
Upper Chatham Hill Mill
Austin's Mill
TQ 778 666
Smock Demolished in 1925.[70] Chatham Star.jpg
Chatham Cherry Tree Hall Mill
TQ 759 674
Smock 1860 Blown down c.1875. Base survived as a store until c.1900.[71]
Chatham Chalk Pit Hill Mill
TQ 760 670
Smock Burnt down 1836.[72]
Chatham Chalk Pit Hill Mill,
Field's Mill

TQ 760 670
Smock 1837 Working until, and demolished in, 1887.[73]
Chatham Chalk Pit Hill Mill (2nd mill) Stood 2 furlongs (400 m) south of St. Paul's Church, Chatham. Marked on an Ordnance Survey map produced between 1819 and 1843.[72]
Chatham New Road Mill,
Feather Mill

TQ 754 678
Smock Pre 1851[74] Demolished c. 1890,[75]
Chatham Ordnance Place Mill,
Bacon's Mill,
Belsey's Mill
TQ 753 673
Smock 1845 Used for grinding corn and pumping water. Demolished c. 1900. Base was standing in 1933,[76] but had been demolished by 1973.[43] Belsey's Mill, Chatham.jpg
Chatham Ordnance Place Mill,
Willis's Mill
TQ 753 673
Smock 1839 Demolished c. 1875.[77]
Chatham Luton Mill,
Mainwaring's Mill

TQ 772 658
Smock 1848 Moved from Slough, Buckinghamshire. Burnt down autumn 1887.[78]
Chatham Luton mill (2nd mill) Stood 4 furlongs (800 m) south west of Luton Church. Formed a pair with Luton Mill.[79]
Chevening Chevening Mill 1824[80] Stood 4 furlongs (800 m) south of Chevening Church.[81] Standing in 1837, demolished c.1840.[80]
Chilham Chilham Windmill Mid C19th. stood 1 mile 4 furlongs (2.4 km) north north east of Chilham Church.[81]
Chillenden Chillenden Mill
TR 268 546
Post 1695
1736
1769
1695 Blown down in 1868.[81]
Chillenden Chillenden Mill
TR 268 543
Post 1868 Collapsed 26 November 2003.[82]
Windmill World
Chillenden Chillenden Mill
TR 268 543
Post 2005 Rebuild of mill blown down in 2003. Chillenden mill.jpg
Chislet c.1200[61]
Chislet Chislet Mill
TR 224 679
Smock 1744[83] Burnt down 15 October 2005.[84]
Windmill World
Chislet Chislet Mock Mill
TR 224 679
Smock 2012 Residential mock mill. Chislet Mock Mill-geograph.org-3089432.jpg
Cliffe Dance's Mill Smock 1769 1769 Burnt down c.1885.[85]
Cliftonville Gougher's Mill (east) Smock 1839 Demolished November 1875
Cliftonville Gougher's Mill (middle) Smock 1839 Burnt down after 1839
Cliftonville Gougher's Mill (west) Smock 1839 Demolished November 1875
Cobham Cobham Hall Mill Post 1596
1610
1596 Stood 4 furlongs (800 m) north of Cobham Hall.[86]
Cobham Darnley's Mill
TQ 672 684
Smock 1852[51] Struck by lightning and burnt down in 1903.[86] Base survives, house converted.[87]
Cowden Polefields Mill Stood about 4 furlongs (800 m) north of Cowden Church. Demolished by 1843.[86]
Cranbrook Windmill Hill Mill Smock 1736
1769
1736 Stood 2 furlongs (400 m) west north west of Cranbrook Church. Moved to Sissinghurst (Crampton's Mill) c. 1814.[88]
Cranbrook Satin's Hill Mill 1769 1769 Stood 1 mile 5 furlongs (2.6 km) north east of Cranbrook Church. Gone by early C19th.[89]
Cranbrook Cranbrook Common Mill Smock 1872 Stood 1 mile 6 furlongs (2.8 km) north north east of Cranbrook church. Working until 1876. Demolished 9 August 1901.[90] Cranbrook painting by Niemann.jpg
Cranbrook Union Mill
TQ 779 359
Smock 1814 Working until 1957, restored 1958-60. Tallest smock mill in the United Kingdom. Cranbrook windmill.jpg
Crayford May Place Mill Post 1769 1769 Stood 1 mile 2 furlongs (2.0 km) north of Bexley Church. Working until 1858.[91] Demolished c.1870.[92]
Cudham Biggin Hill Mill,
Pimlico Mill
Post 1829 1809[93] Stood 1 mile 4 furlongs (2.4 km) south west of Cudham Church.[94] Demolished in 1885.[51]

D[edit]

Location Name of mill and
grid reference
Type Maps First mention
or built
Last mention
or demise
Image
Dartford Brent Mill Smock 1799[95] Stood 1 mile (1.6 km) east south east of Dartford Church. Working until 1886. Demolished c. 1901.[94] Dartford Brent.jpg
Dartford Hall's Engineering Works, Hythe Street
TQ 542 745
1795[96] Demolished c. 1801.[97]
Deal Upper Deal Mill Post 1596
1769
1596 Stood 4 furlongs (800 m) south of Upper Deal Church. Standing in 1840.[98]
Deal Upper Deal Mill Smock 1855 Stood 4 furlongs (800 m) south of Upper Deal Church. Demolished March 1929.[98] Upper Deal 1907.jpg
Deal Wellington Mill Smock Stood 3 furlongs (600 m) west of Deal Castle. Demolished c.1890.[98]
Deal Lower Deal Mill Smock 1736
1769
1736 Stood 4 furlongs (800 m) south west of Sandown Castle. Demolished c.1870.[99]
Deal North End Mill,
Great Mill
Smock 1767 Stood 4 furlongs (800 m) south west of Sandown castle. Burnt down c.1896.[99]
Deal Sandown Castle Mill 1829 1829 Stood 4 furlongs (800 m) south of Sandown Castle.[99]
Deal Sandown Mill Post 1695 1695 Stood 2 furlongs (400 m) south of Sandown Castle.[99]
Deal Sandown Mill Smock Stood 2 furlongs (400 m) south of Sandown Castle.[99]
Deal Walmer Road Mill Smock 1844 Stood 1 furlong (200 m) south of Deal Castle. Demolished early 1850s.[100]
Denton Denton 1736
1769
1736 Stood 3 furlongs (600 m) north east of Denton Church.[100]
Detling Detling Mill Smock 1864[51] Stood 6 furlongs (1.2 km) north east of Detling Church. Standing in 1866, demolished by February 1868.[101]
Doddington Elvey's Mill,
Jarvis's Mill

TQ 93395 57405
Smock c. 1820 Demolished 1937.[102]
Dover Dover Castle, Mill Tower Late C13th Tower 22 had a windmill erected on it during the time of Stephen de Pencester (d.1303). The mill was demolished during the Anglo-American War under orders from the Ordnance Board.[103]
Dover Buckland Brewery Smock 1798[104] A pumping mill.[103] Demolished in the 1890s.[104] Dover Buckland.jpg
Dover Infectious Diseases Hospital Titt iron wind engine 1893
Dymchurch Dymchurch Mill Smock 1829 1829 Moved 200 yards (180 m) to a new site within Dymchurch at an unknown date.[103]
Dymchurch Dymchurch Mill Stood 1 mile (1.6 km) south west of Dymchurch Church. Working until c.1882. Demolished c. 1905.[103]

E[edit]

Location Name of mill and
grid reference
Type Maps First mention
or built
Notes Image
Eastchurch Eastchurch Mill Post 1596
1610
1596 Stood to the south west of Eastchurch Church.[105]
East Farleigh East Farleigh Mill Smock Stood 1 mile 2 furlongs (2.0 km) south east of East Farleigh Church. Burnt down in the 1830s or earlier.[106]
East Langdon Martin Mill
TR 34205 46515
Smock 1769 1769 Demolished c. 1954[14]
Eastling Eastling Mill
TQ 958 555
Smock 1823 Demolished c. 1912,[107]
Eastry Post 1596
1695
1736
1596 Standing in 1839.[51]
Eastry Lower Mill Smock 1769 1743 Demolished 1926.[107]
Eastry Upper Mill
TR 304 545
Smock 1769 1769 Working by wind until 1913, then by suction gas engine until 1959. House conversion. Eastry Windmill-geograph.org.uk-2203900.jpg
Eastry (3rd mill) Smock Stood about 4 furlongs (800 m) south west of Eastry Church. Standing in 1833, burnt down, date unknown.[107]
Eastry (4th mill) Mid C19th Stood about 4 furlongs (800 m) south west of Eastry Church.[107]
Eastry Eastry Mill 1736 1736 Stood north of Eastry Church.[107]
Edenbridge Edenbridge Mill
TQ 444 457
Tower 1815 Working until 1886. House converted 1990s. Edenbridge 1917.jpg
Egerton (near church) Smock 1818 Moved to Stone Hill, c.1818.[107]
Egerton Stone Hill Mill
TQ 908 471
Smock c.1818 Blown down 2 December 1919.[108] Base survives, used as a store.[109][110]
Elham Elham Mill Post 1769 1769 Stood 2 furlongs (400 m) north of Elham Church. Blown down, date unknown.[108]
Elham Bladblean Mill 1769 1769 Stood 1 mile 5 furlongs (2.6 km) north of Elham Church.[111]
Elham Cullen's Hill Mill Smock c. 1820 Stood 1 furlong (200 m) north of Elham Church. Working until c.1918, demolished in 1925 .[111]
Elmley 1695 1695 Stood south east of Elmley Chapel.[111]
Elmsted Itinge Mill 1736
1769
1736 Stood 1 mile (1.6 km) north of Elmsted Church.
Elmsted Itinge Mill,
Folly Town Mill
Post c. 1865 Stood 1 mile (1.6 km) north of Elmsted Church. Moved from Petham (Mark's Folly Mill) c.1865. Collapsed c.1875.[111]
Elmsted Stone Street Mill,
The George Seed Mill (west)
Smock Stood 1 mile 2 furlongs (2.0 km) east of Elmsted Church. Demolished c.1868 .[112]
Elmsted Stone Street Mill,
The George Seed Mill (east)
Smock 1769 1769 Stood 1 mile 2 furlongs (2.0 km) east of Elmsted Church. Demolished c.1876.[112]
Elmsted Bodsham Green Mill
TR 106 456
Smock Stood 6 furlongs (1,200 m) north west of Elmsted Church. Working until 1890. Demolished c. 1895.[113] Base survives, used as a store.[114]
Eythorne Upper Eythorne Mill 1769 1769 Stood 1 mile 2 furlongs (2.0 km) north east of Sibertswold Church.[115]

F[edit]

Location Name of mill and
grid reference
Type Maps First mention
or built
Notes Image
Farningham Farningham Mill Smock 1820 Moved to West Kingsdown in 1880.
Faversham Forbes Road Mill,
Gravel Pit Mill
Smock 1843 Stood 6 furlongs (1.2 km) south west of Faversham Church. Demolished c.1910.[116]
Faversham Hangman's Lane Mill Smock 1843 Stood 5 furlongs (1,000 m) south west of Faversham Church. Demolished c.1855.[116]
Faversham Copton Mill
TR 014 596
Tower 1863[14] A pumping mill, tower stands, used as a store.
Fawkham Fawkham Mill 1719 1719 Stood 6 furlongs (1.2 km) east of Fawkham Church.[116]
Folkestone Cheriton Mill,
Ashley Mill

TR 205 373
Smock 1877 Moved from Hythe. Working by wind until 1902, then by engine. Demolished in 1919, brick base built upon and used as a store.[117][118]
Folkestone Cheriton Mill 1843 Stood 5 furlongs (1,000 m) east north east of Cheriton Church. Standing 1869, later burnt down.[119]
Folkestone Cheriton Mill Smock Moved to Lympne.[120]
Folkestone Folkestone Mill
Foord Road Mill
1769 1769 Stood 4 furlongs (800 m) north of Folkestone Church and 4 furlongs (800 m) east of Folkestone Central railway station.[120] Standing in 1833.[121] Folkestone Foord Rd 1833.jpg
Folkestone (on coast) Post 1769 1769 Stood 4 furlongs (800 m) south east of Foord Road Mill.[120]
Folkestone Dawson's Mill Smock 1843 Stood 2 furlongs (400 m) south east of Folkestone Central railway station. Moved to Bethersden (Black Mill) in 1885.[120]
Frindsbury Quarry Mill
TQ 747 695
Post 1596
1610
1736
1769
1596 Burnt down c.1850 .[122]
Frindsbury Prospect Hill Mill,
Little Mill,
Manwaring's Mill

TQ 736 703
Smock 1769 1769 Struck by lightning and consequently demolished c.1886.[122]
Frindsbury Prospect Hill Mill,
Great Mill,
Rose's Mill

TQ 736 703
Smock 1843 Demolished c.1890. Base converted to a pair of cottages, which survive.[123][124]
Frindsbury Kimmins' Mill
TQ 741 701
Smock 1843 Demolished c.1865.[125]
Frindsbury Frindsbury Mill,
House Mill

TQ 741 701
Smock 1843 Demolished 1931.[126]
Frinsted Frinsted Mill 1736 1736 Stood north of Frinsted Church.[127]
Frittenden Maplehurst Windmill Stood 7 furlongs (1.4 km) north west of Frittenden Church. Demolished by 1836.[128]
Frittenden Sinkhurst Green Mill
TQ 8127 4252
Post 1829 1829 Possibly moved here from an unknown location. Working until the First World War.[129] Demolished early 1950s.[43][14]

G[edit]

Location Name of mill and
grid reference
Type Maps First mention
or built
Notes Image
Gillingham Stedman's Mill
TQ 7712 6905
Smock 1874 Demolished c.1888.[130]
Gillingham Stedman's Mill
TQ 7715 6904
Smock 1839 Moved from Snodland. Struck by lightning and burnt down 28 June 1892
Gillingham Charter Street mill
Huggins' Mill
Stood 3 furlongs (600 m) north of St Mark's Churh, Gillingham. Burnt down, date unknown.[130]
Gillingham Mulberry Tree Place Mill
TQ 797 687
Stood 2 furlongs (400 m) east of the Hastings Arms PH.[130]
Gillingham Friday's Mill
TQ 798 686
Smock 1839 Demolished c.1896 .[131]
Goodnestone Post 1736 1736 Stood south south west of Goodnestone Church.[132]
Goudhurst Kilndown Mill[133] Post[134] 1770[133] Moved to Nutley, Sussex c. 1817.[134]
Goudhurst Town Mill
TQ 7249 3794
Smock c. 1803 Working until late 1870s. Demolished c.1890.[135]
Gravesend Windmill Hill Mill Post 1596 1596 Stood 5 furlongs (1,000 m) south of Gravesend church. Burnt down 1763.[136]
Gravesend Windmill Hill Mill (south) Post 1769 1769 Stood 5 furlongs (1,000 m) south of Gravesend Church. Caught fire and remains demolished 1787.[136]
Gravesend Windmill Hill Mill (south) Post c.1787 Woking until 1856. Later converted to a camera obscura. Burnt down 17 May 1900 to celebrate the Relief of Mafeking.[136]
Gravesend Windmill Hill Mill (north) Post 1769 1769 Stood 5 furlongs (1,000 m) south of Gravesend church, and 120 yards (110 m) north east of the southerly mill.[136]
Gravesend Denton Mill
Sulphur Mill
1812 Stood 1 mile (1,600 m) east of Gravesend church and 150 yards (140 m) west of the Ship and Lobster PH. Demolished c.1872.[137]
Great Chart Saw mill Smock 1888 Stood 1 furlong (200 m) north east of Great Chart Church. A six-sailed saw mill moved from Pluckley. Demolished in 1928, leaving the base standing.[69] The base burnt down in the 1960s.[43]
Great Mongeham Mongeham Mill 1596
1695
1736
1596 Stood south west of Great Mongeham chuech.[138]
Guilton Guilton Mill
Ash Mill
TR 283 584
Smock Demolished October 1923.[139] Base remains, house converted.[109][140]
Guilton Post 1769 1769 Stood 3 furlongs (600 m) west of Ash Church. Standing in 1854.[141]
Guilton Smock Stood 3 furlongs (600 m) west of Ash Church. Standing in 1854.[141]
Guilton Good Intent Mill
TR 283 584
Smock 1854 Demolished c.1918.[141]
Guston Swingate Mill
TR 334 444
Tower 1849 Working until 1959, House converted. Guston mill.jpg

H[edit]

Location Name of mill and
grid reference
Type Maps First mention
or built
Notes Image
Halstead Smock 1820[142] Demolished in 1829.[143]
Harbledown The Old Black Mill Smock 1780 Working until 1890s. Demolished 9 July 1913.[144] Harbledown 1913 (1).jpg
Hartley 1719 1719 Stood about half way between Midley Church and Hartley Church.[145]
Hartlip Friday's Mill
TQ 842 650
Smock 1596
1736
1769
1596 Stood 4 furlongs (800 m) north north east of Hartlip Church. Burnt down June 1887.[145]
Hastingleigh Staple Lees Mill
Brown Town Mill
Post 1736 1736 Stood 6 furlongs (1.2 km) north west of Hastingleigh Church.[146]
Hawkhurst Old Conghurst 1719 1719 Stood south of Hawkhurst Church, near Old Conghurst.[146]
Hawkhurst Hawkhurst Horn Post 1736
1769
1736 Stood 4 furlongs (800 m) mprtj west of Hawkhurst Church. Said to have beenmoved to High Street site.[145]
Hawkhurst Pipsden Post 1736 1736 Stood 1 mile 30 chains (2.2 km) north east of Hawkhurst Church. Standing in 1874.[145]
Hawkhurst High Street Post Stood 7 furlongs (1.4 km) north north west of Hawkhurst Church. Said to have been moved from another site in Hawkhurst. Demolished by 1880.[145]
Hawkhurst Gun Green Mill Post Stood 1 mile 3 furlongs (2.2 km) north east of Hawkhurst Church.[145]
Hawkhurst Gun Green Mill Smock Stood 1 mile 3 furlongs (2.2 km) north east of Hawkhurst Church. Moved to Four Throws c.1870.[145]
Hawkhurst Four Throws Mill
Nightingale's Mill
Smock c.1870 Stood 1 mile 1 furlong (1.8 km) east of Hawkhurst Church. Moved from Gun Green c.1870. Demolished in 1926.[147]
Hawkinge Old Mill Smock 1799[148] Stood 2 furlongs (400 m) north east of Hawkinge Church. Working until 1902.[146] Collapsed in 1962.[43]
Hawkinge Drellingore Mill Smock Stood 1 mile 4 furlongs (2.4 km) north east of Hawkinge Church.Moved to Ringwould (Ripple Mill) c.1810.[149]
Headcorn Black Mill
Crows's Foot Mill

TQ 827 447
Smock 1769 1769 Demolished c.1910.[150]
Headcorn White Mill
TQ 831 446
Smock 1819 Was working in 1933.[151] Demolished in 1952.[57] Headcorn White 1922.jpg
Herne Beacon Hill Mill Post 1596
1610
1695
1736
1769
1511[152] Demolished c.1781.[152]
Herne Herne Windmill
TR 185 665
Smock 1781 Working by wind until 1952, then by electric motor until 1980. Restored. Herne windmill.jpg
Herne Bay The Bay Mill
TR 180 660
Smock 1839 Demolished in 1878.[153]
Higham Rose's Mill
TQ 719 715
Smock 1760 Demolished April 1921,[154] base remains standing.[155] Higham mill - geograph.org.uk - 329512.jpg
High Halden High Halden Mill Post 1736
1769
1736 Stood near the Dragon PH, moved within High Halden c.1800.[156]
High Halden High Halden Mill
TQ 8970 3727
Post c.1800 Working until c.1918, demolished by 1933 leaving the roundhouse,[157] which had been demolished by 1973.[43] High Halden 1913.jpg
Hildenborough Watt's Cross mill
TQ 558 494
Smock 1812 Working until 1910. [158] Demolished in 1961, derelict base remains.[159][160] Hildenborough Watts Cross 1910s.jpg
Hoath Fuller's Mill Smock 1843 Stood 4 furlongs (800 m) north east of Hoath Church. Working until 1912. Collapsed on 18 July 1919.[161]
Hoo Hoo Common Mill Post 1769 1769 Stood 1 mile (1.6 km) north west of Hoo church. Demolished c.1799.[162]
Hoo Hoo Common Mill
Ballard's Mill
Smock 1799[51] Stood 1 mile (1.6 km) north west of Hoo Church. Working until 1880s. Standing in 1905, demolished by 1933.[162]
Hythe Post 1809 Stood 4 furlongs (800 m) east of St. Leonard's Church, Hythe and 2 furlongs (400 m) south south east of Hythe railway station. Moved to Ruckinge in the 1830s.[163]
Hythe Stade Street Smock 1829 1829 Stood 3 furlongs (600 m) south west of St. Leonard's Church, Hythe. Standing in 1889.[164]
Hythe Stade Street Smock 1829 1829 Stood 3 furlongs (600 m) south west of St. Leonard's Church, Hythe. Moved to Cheriton (Ashley Mill) in 1877, base was left standing.[164]
Hythe Stade Street Smock 1829 1829 Stood 3 furlongs (600 m) south west of St. Leonardd's Church, Hythe. Standing in 1829, demolished by 1877.[164]
Hythe Smock 1860s Demolished in the early 1860s'[164]

I[edit]

Location Name of mill and
grid reference
Type Maps First mention
or built
Last mention
or demise
Image
Ide Hill 1819[165] Stood near the west side of Ide Hill Church.[164] Burnt down in 1836.[165]
Ide Hill Post 1838[166] Stood 100 yards (91 m) east of Ide Hill Church.[167] Demolished in the 1890s.[165]
Isle of Grain Grain 1596
1610
1596 Stood near the village of Grain.[168]
Isle of Grain All Hallows 1769 1769 Stood 1 mile 2 furlongs (2.0 km) east south east of Allhallows Church.[168]
Isle of Grain St Peter's 1769 1769 Stood 2 miles (3.2 km) south west of St Peter's Church. Standing in 1819.[168]
Iwade Iwade Windpump
TR 914 688
Hollow Post
Windmill World

K[edit]

Location Name of mill and
grid reference
Type Maps First mention
or built
Notes Image
Kemsing 1275[169] 1275[169]
Kennington Kennington Lees Mill Post 1769 1769 Stood 2 furlongs (400 m) north west of Kennington Churhc. Demolished c.1878.[167]
Kennington Wind, Steam and Water Mill
TR 032 454
Smock 1813 Working until 1892s.[170] Demolished in 1952. Base survives, used as a store.[171][172]
Kingsdown Stood 6 furlongs (1.2 km) north north east of Kingsdown Church. Demolished c. 1850s.[173]
Kingsnorth Millbank Place Mill Stood 6 furlongs (1.2 km) north north west of Kingsnorth Church.[173]
Kingsnorth Kingsnorth Mill
TR 001 391
Smock 1878 Standing in 1892, demolished by 1933. Base survives, converted to house.[174][175]
Kingston Reed Mill
TR 174 499
Tower 1872 Working until 28 March 1915. House converted 2009-10. Reed's Mill, Kingston 2012.jpg
Knockholt Knockholt Mill Tower 1824[176] Stood about 1 mile (1.6 km) east of Knockholt Church.[177]Working until 1882.[178] Demolished c.1886.[177]
Knockholt Stoneings Mill Post 1824[176] A miniature mill, some remains were in situ in 1956.[176]

L[edit]

Location Name of mill and
grid reference
Type Maps First mention
or built
Notes Image
Lamberhurst Windmill Farm Stood 1 mile (1.6 km) north west of Lamberhurst Church. Gone by 1769.[177]
Lamberhurst Saw mill[53] Smock[53] c. 1890[53] c. 1890[53]
Lamberhurst Sussex Mill[134]
Leeds Brogden Mill Smock 1843 Stood 4 furlongs (800 m) west south west of Leeds Church. Demolished in 1883.[51][179]
Leigh Stocks Green Mill
TQ 558 478
Smock 1928 Moved from Sidley, East Sussex.[180] Collapsed c. 1963[181][182]
Lenham 12th century[183] 12th century[183]
Lenham Town mill Smock Stood 2 furlongs (400 m) south west of Lenham Church. Demolished c.1843.[184]
Lenham Town Mill Smock c. 1843 Stood 2 furlongs (400 m) south west of Lenham Church. Burnt down in 1904.[184]
Lenham Downs Court Hill Mill 1843 Stood 1 mile 1 furlong (1.8 km) east north east of Lenham Church. Burnt down before 1881.[184]
Lenham Lenham Heath Mill
TQ 913 498
Smock 1769 1760 Demolished in 1925.[185] Base survives, used as a store.[186]
Lower Stoke
Lower Stoke (2nd mill) Smock Standing in 1905, gone by 1933
Luddesdown Henley Downs Mill 1829 1829 Stood 2 furlongs (400 m) north west of Luddesdown Church. Blown downin 1856.[185]
Lydd 1596
1610
1769
1596 Stood 2 furlongs (400 m) north west of Lydd Church.[185]
Lydd Old Mill Post 1596
1610
1769
1596 Stood 3 furlongs (600 m) south west of Lydd Church. Burnt down 26 February 1900.[185]
Lydd New Mill Smock 1805 Stood 3 furlongs (600 m) north east of Lydd Church. Working until 1920, latterly by steam engine. Burnt down 22 September 1927.[187] Lydd New pre 1920 (2).jpg
Lyminge Post 1736
1769
1736 Stood 3 furlongs (600 m) north west of Lyminge Church. Standing in 1819, blown down, date unknown.[188]
Lyminge Black Mill Smock 1843 Stood 3 furlongs (600 m) north of Lyminge Church. Burnt down in September 1891.[189]
Lyminge White Mill Smock c.1852 Stood 3 furlongs (600 m) north of Lyminge Church. Demolished in 1920.[189]
Lympne Smock 1829 1829 Stood 3 furlongs (600 m) west north west of Lympne Church. Moved from Cheriton, Folkestone. Blown down in November 1891.[190]
Lynsted Claxfield, Seed Mill Stood 7 furlongs (1.4 km) north of Lynsted Church. Gone by the 1850s.[190]
Lynsted Union Mill Smock 1736 1736 Stood 7 furlongs (1,400 m) south east of Lynsted Church. Standing in 1870, demolished "a few years later".[191]
Lynsted Champion's Mill
TQ 944 613
Smock 1843 Standing in 1933. Gone by 1940.[192] Base survives, used as a store.[193]

M[edit]

Location Name of mill and
grid reference
Type Maps First mention
or built
Notes Image
Maidstone Sandling Road
TQ 758 561
Smock 1819 1819 Gone by 1834. Site now coverted by Maidstone East railway station.[194]
Margate Humber's Mill
Chamber's Mill
1695
1719
1736
1695 Stood 2 miles (3.2 km) north west of St Lawrence Church, Ramsgate.[195]
Margate 1695
1719
1695 Stood 7 furlongs (1.4 km) south east of Margate Church. Gone by 1847.[195]
Margate Drapers Mill
Old Mill

TR 363 700
Smock c. 1847 Windmill World Draper's mill.jpg
Margate Little Draper's Mill Smock c.1869 Stood 7 furlongs (1.4 km) south east of Margate Church. Moved from Barham. Standing in 1903, gone by 1933, base survived then.[195] Margate Drapers 1907.jpg
Margate Pumping Mill Tower 1872 Stood 7 furlongs (1.4 km) south east of Margate church. Five-sailed pumping mill. Standing in 1894, gone by 1933.[196]
Margate Town Mill 1719 1719 Stood 3 furlongs (600 m) north west of Draper's Mill. Working in 1889.[197]
Margate Nayland Mill 1801 Stood 4 furlongs (800 m) west of Margate Church. Said to have been moved within Margate to site later occupied by Draper's Mill.[195]
Margate Hooper's Mill Vertical axis mill 1791[198] Demolished c. 1828[14] Margate Hooper's Mill.jpg
Meopham Meopham Mill
TQ 639 653
Smock 1801 Working by wind until 1929, then by engine until 1965. Restored. MeophamGreen3576.JPG
Meopham Priestwood Mill 1769 1769 Stood 1 mile (1.6 km) south south east of Meopham Church. Demolished in the 1850s.[199]
Milton Chalkwell Mill Smock 1843 Stood 6 furlongs (1.2 km) west of Sittingbourne Church. Standing in 1878.[200]
Milton Regis Meade Mill Smock 1878 Stood 2 furlongs (400 m) north west of Milton Regis Church.[201] Burnt down 15 August 1954.[202]
Minster, Sheppey Pigtail Corner Mill 1596
1610
1596 Stood 2 furlongs (400 m) east of Minster Church.[203]
Minster, Sheppey Pigtail Corner Mill Smock 1695
1769
1695 Stood 2 furlongs (400 m) east of Minster Church. Working in 1878. Burnt down in 1889.[203]
Minster, Sheppey 1819 Stood 1 mile (1.6 km) south east of Minster Church.[203]
Minster, Thanet Minster Mill Post 1596
1610
1695
1719
1596 Stood 1 mile 4 furlongs (2.4 km) north east of Minster Church.[203]
Minster, Thanet Minster Mill Smock Stood 1 mile 4 furlongs (2.4 km) north east of Minster Church. Standing in 1882.[204]
Minster, Thanet Minster Mill Smock 1769 1769 Stood 1 mile 4 furlongs (2.4 km) north east of Minster Church. Standing in 1875, gone by 1882.[204]
Molash Molash Mill
TR 02180 51955
Smock 1843 Stood 4 furlongs (800 m) south west of Molash Church. Standing in 1877.[138]
Monkton 1198[205] 1205[205]
Monkton Monkton Mill 1596
1610
1695
1719
1736
1769
1596 Stood 1 mile 4 furlongs (2.4 km) north east of Monkton Church. Said to have been moved to Sarre.[206]
Murston Murston Mill Stood 7 furlongs (1.4 km) north east of Murston Church.[207]

N[edit]

Location Name of mill and
grid reference
Type Maps First mention
or built
Notes Image
Newchurch Newchurch Mill
TR 058 313
Tower 1810 Demolished c.1906. Stump remains.[207][208] Newchurch pre 1906.jpg
Newington Newington Mill Smock 1843 Stood 4 furlongs (800 m) north of St. Lawrence Church, Ramsgate. Standing in 1933.[209] Newington Mill, Ramsgate.jpg
Newington Newington Mill Smock 1843 Stood 3 furlongs (600 m) south west of Newington Church. Standing in 1884, gone by 1933.[209]
Newnham Newnham Mill Smock 1843 Template:Stood north of Newnham Church. Dismantled 1876, tower burnt 5 November 1876.[210]
New Romney Post 1596 1500 Stood 3 furlongs (600 m) north north west of New Romney Church.[211]
New Romney New Romney Mill
Old Mill
Smock 1769 1769 Stooc 3 furlongs (600 m) north north west of New Romney Church, Standing in 1903, gone by 1933.[211] New Romney Old pre 1905.jpg
New Romney 1769 1769 Stood 5 furlongs (1.0 km) north east of New Romney Church.[211]
Nonington Nonington Mill 1596
1695
1736
1596 Stood 1 mile 1 furlong (1.8 km) east south east of Nonington Church.
Nonington Nonington mill Smock 1843 Stood 1 mile 1 furlong (1.8 km) east south east of Nonington Church. Working by wind until 1905, then by engine.[210] Burnt down 9 May 1965.[212]
Nonington Seed Mill Smock Stood 1 mile 1 furlong (1.8 km) east south east of Nonington Church and 200 yards (180 m) south east of Nonington Mill. Demolished in 1905 =.[210]
Northbourne 1596
1736
1596 Stood 4 furlongs (800 m) south west of Northbourne Church.[213]
Northbourne Old Mill Smock 1769 1769 Stood 4 furlongs (800 m) west north west of Northbourne Church.[213] Demolished 15 February 1957[212]
Northbourne New Mill
TR 331 521
Smock 1848 Working by wind until 1949, then by electric motor until 1957. House converted in 1976. New Mill, Northbourne.jpg
Northfleet The Hive Stood 2 furlongs (400 m) west north west of Northfleet Church.[214]
Northfleet Stone Bridge Stood 6 furlongs (1.2 km) north west of Northfleet Church.[214]
Northfleet Stone Bridge (2nd mill) 1843 Stood 6 furlongs (1.2 km) north west of Northfleet Church. Standing in the 1850s.[214]
Northfleet Fiveash Mill 1843 Stood 30 chains (600 m) north of Perry Street Church. Demolished in 1900s.[214]
Northfleet Rosherville Tower 1832 Stood 5 furlongs (1,000 m) east south east of Northfleet Church. Working until c.1894. Demolished c.1916.[215]
Northwood Thanet Mill
TR 370 670
Tower 1843 Demolished in 1961.[43]

O[edit]

Location Name of mill and
grid reference
Type Maps First mention
or built
Notes Image
Oare Oare Windmill
TR 009 625
Tower 1821 1821 House converted 1963. Oare windmill.jpg
Oare Oare Marshes
TR 012 628
smock A windpump, standing derelict in 1933.[216] Some remnants extant in 1973.[217]
Old Romney Post 1190[61]
Old Romney Post 1596
1610
1736
1596 Stood 4 furlongs (800 m) west of Old Romney Church.[211]
Old Romney Post 1596
1736
1596 Stood 1 mile (1.6 km) north west of Old Romney Church.[211]
Ospringe Water Lane Mill
TR 014 596
Smock 1878 Demolished c.1915.[218] Ospringe Water Lane c1900.jpg
Ospringe Union House Stood 6 furlongs (1.2 km) north of Ospringe Church.[218]
Ospringe Union House (2nd mill) Smock 1843 Stood 6 furlongs (1.2 km) north of Ospringe Church. Burnt down c.1910.[218]

P[edit]

Location Name of mill and
grid reference
Type Maps First mention
or built
Notes Image
Pegwell Bay 1828 Demolished c. 1830.[218]
Penenden Heath Penenden Heath Mill Smock 1800[51] Stood 1 mile 2 furlongs (2.0 km) south of Boxley Church. Moved to Folkestone (Dawson's Mill) c. 1840.[219]
Petham Mill Downs Mill Post 1829 1829 Stood close to Petham Church. Moved to Stelling Minnis (Brambleton Mill) c.1850.[220]
Petham Mark's Folly Mill
Duckpit Mill
Post 1865 Stood 1 mile (1.6 km) south west of Petham Church. Moved to Elmsted (Itinge Mill) c.1865.[221]
Petham Chequers' Mill Smock 1821 Stood 3 furlongs (600 m) east of Petham Church. Burnt down 1 April 1900.[222]
Pluckley Pluckley Mill
TQ 9240 4563
Smock 1872 Working until 1916.[223] Burnt down 1939.[43] Pluckley 1914.jpg
Pluckley Padgham's Mill Smock A six-sailed saw mill. Moved to Great Chart.[69]
Postling Postling Mill Post 1596
1719
1596 Stood to the north west of Postling Church.[224]
Preston next Faversham Preston Mill Smock 1843 Stood 4 furlongs (800 m) south of Preston Church. Working until 1919, latterly by steam engine.[225] Demolished in 1943.[43] Preston next Faversham c1905.jpg
Preston next Wingham Old Mill
Dunn's Mill

TR 257 608
Smock 1778 Working by wind until 1916, then by engine into 1930s.[226] Demolished in 1959, leaving the base.[43][227]
Preston next Wingham New Mill
Solly's Mill
Smock 1852 Stood 1 mile (1.6 km) north west of Elmstone Church. Demolished in 1912.[228]

Q[edit]

Location Name of mill and
grid reference
Type Maps First mention
or built
Notes Image
Queenborough Queenborough Mill 1843 Stood close to, and east of, Queenborough Church. Burnt down before 1860.[228]

R[edit]

Location Name of mill and
grid reference
Type Maps First mention
or built
Notes Image
Ramsgate St. Lawrence 1596
1719
1769
1596 Stood 4 furlongs (800 m) east of St Lawrence Church, Ramsgate.[228]
Ramsgate Grange Road Mill 1719 1719 Stood 4 furlongs (800 m) south south east of St Lawrence Church, Ramsgate. Standing in 1819, gone by 1872.[228]
Ramsgate Grange Road Mill Smock 1843 Stood 4 furlongs (800 m) south south east of St Lawrence Church, Ramsgate. Standing in 1905, demolished by 1930, when the base was standing.[229] Base demolished by 1973.[230] Ramsgate Grange Rd 1907.jpg
Ramsgate Hereson Mill Smock 1872 Stood 2 furlongs (400 m) inland of the East Cliff. Burnt down c.1890.[231]
Reculver 1195[61]
Richborough 1769 1769 Stood 1 mile (1.6 km) north east of Richborough Castle. Standing in 1787.[232]
Richborough 1769 1769 Stood 1 mile (1.6 km) north east of Richborough Castle. Standing in 1787.[232]
Ringwould TR 362 490 Post 1695 1695
Ringwould Ripple Mill
TR 362 490[233]
Smock c. 1810 Working until Second World War, stripped of machinery 1957 and converted to transmitter station. Under restoration to working order since 1994. Ripple mill.jpg
Rochester Star Hill Mill
The Old Mill
TQ 746 678
1787 Demolished c.1865.[234]
Rochester Star Hill Mill
Friday's Mill
TQ 746 678
1843 Burnt down in 1852.[235]
Rochester Star Hill Mill
Boy's Mill
Belsey's Mill
TQ 747 679
Smock 1877 Demolished 1890–95.[235]
Rochester Delce Mill
TQ 744 674
Smock 1853 Demolished after World War Two,[236] maybe as late as c.1958.[43] Rochester Delce.jpg
Rochester Borstal Hill Mill
TQ 731 666
c.1870 Demolished in 1885.[237]
Rochester Church Mill
Horsnaill's Mill
TQ 740 679
Post 1769 1769 Demolished c.1880.[238]
Rochester Zenith Mill
Huggin's Mill
Approximately TQ 740 679
Post 1769 1769 Burnt down 1820s or 1830s.[239]
Rochester St Margaret's Mill
Approximately TQ 740 679
Post 1769 1769 Standing in 1798.[240]
Rodmersham Green Rodmersham Green Mill Tower 1835 Working until 1917.[241] Demolished in 1969.[43] Rodmersham Green pre 1917.jpg
Rolvenden Rolvenden Mill
TQ 838 315
Post 1596
1610
1769
c. 1580[242] Working until c.1885. Restored in 1957. Rolvenden Mill 2.JPG
Ruckinge Ruckinge Mill
Approximately TR 029 335
Post 1830s Stood 2 furlongs (400 m) east of Ruckinge Church. Moved from Hythe. Demolished c.1912 leaving the roundhouse, which was demolished c.1924.[243]

S[edit]

Location Name of mill and
grid reference
Type Maps First mention
or built
Notes Image
Sandgate Saw mill Smock A saw mill. Moved to Bethersden (Little Mill).[244]
Sandhurst Post 1769 1769 Stood 1 mile 1 furlong (1.8 km) north east of Sandhurst Church. Moved to Boxhurst Farm by 1793.[244]
Sandhurst Boxhurst Farm Mill Post 1793 Stood 1 mile 2 furlongs (2.0 km) east north east of Sandhurst Church. Blown down c.1842.[244]
Sandhurst Ringle Crouch Green Mill
TQ 804 284
Smock 1844 Working until 1912. Demolished in 1945, leaving the base standing. Modern electricity-generating residential mock mill built on base in 1997. Ringle Crouch Green Mill.jpg
Sandwich St Mary's Mill[212] Post 1695
1736
1608 Stood north west of the town.[245]
Sandwich Canterbury Gate Mill[212] Post 1736
1769
1736 Stood north west of the town. Working in 1842.[245]
Sandwich Black Mill Smock 1870s Stood north west of the town. Burnt down c. 1910.[245]
Sandwich White Mill
TR 322 586
Smock 1760 Worked by wind until 1926, then by engine until 1957. Restored in 1960s. The White Mill, Sandwich - geograph.org.uk - 503119.jpg
Sandwich Millwall Mill
Town Mill
Smock 1878 Stood near St Clement's Church, Sandwich. Standing in 1878, burnt down unknown date.[245] Town Mill, Sandwich.JPG
Sandwich Millwall Post[212] Gone by c. 1850.[245]
Sandwich Millwall (3rd mill)[212] Post[212]
Sandwich Sandown Gate Mills[212] Post x3[212]
Sandwich St Bart's Mill[212] Post[212]
Sarre Sarre Windmill
TR 259 651
Smock 1820 Working by wind until 1920, then by gas engine for a few years later. Restored 1986-91. Sarre mill.jpg
Selling Shottenden Mill
Perry Wood Mill
Post 1596
1736
1769
1596 Stood 7 furlongs (1.4 km) south of Selling Church. Working until 1910, Demolished c.1920.[246] Shottenden Perry Wood 1914.jpg
Sellindge Stone Hill Mill Smock 1843 Stood 3 furlongs (600 m) north of Sellindge Church. Working in 1884. Demolished c.1898.[247]
Sevenoaks Near "The Vine" Post Said to have been moved to West Kingsdown,[248] there by 1804. Modern research places extreme doubt on the move and considerable doubt on the very existence of this mill.[249]
Sevenoaks Knott's Mill
Tubs Hill Mill
1792 Stood 4 furlongs (800 m) north west of Sevenoaks Church.[247] Demolished during the winter of 1870-71.[250]
Sevenoaks Hubbards Hill Mill 1669 Stood on Sevenoaks Common.[251]
Sevenoaks Hubbard Hill Mill Smock[252] 1747[252] Stood on Sevenoaks Common.[251] Moved to Sevenoaks Weald in 1856.[252]
Sevenoaks Melregge
(Witley Woods)
1388 Stood 1 mile 2 furlongs (2.0 km) south west of Sevenoaks Church.[251]
Sevenoaks Bradbourne Mill[253] Post[253] 1904[253] Blown down 1912.[253] Modern research finds absolutely no evidence that this mill ever existed. Believed to be a Piltdown Man hoax.[254]
Sevenoaks Weald Smock[255] 1862[51] 1856[256] Stood 4 furlongs (800 m) south west of Weald Church.[257] Moved from Sevenoaks (Hubbards Hill).[256] Working in 1880,[257] demolished in 1890s.[256]
Sheerness Great Mill
Ride's Mill

TQ 921 746
Smock 1829 1816 Working by wind until 1905, then by steam engine until 1918. Demolished in 1924, leaving the base standing. Residential mock mill built on base in 2006-08. Sheernes mill.JPG
Sheerness Mile Town, Little Mill Smock 1843 Stood 1 mile (1.6 km) south east of Sheerness Church. Burnt down 7 February 1862.[258]
Sheerness Hundred Acre Mill
Marine Town Mill
Sea View Mill
TQ 924 750
Tower 1860 Demolished in 1878, leaving a stump,[258] which survives[259] Sheerness Windmill-geograph.org-2618343.jpg
Sheldwich 1769 1769 Stood 5 furlongs (1,000 m) west of Sheldwich Church.[260]
Shepherdswell, or Sibertswold Shepherdswell Mill Smock 1857 Stood 3 furlongs (600 m) north of Shepherdswell Church. Standing in 1910, gone by 1933.[260]
Shorne Post 1315[261]
Shorne Shorne Mill Post 1596
1610
1596 Stood 2 furlongs (400 m) north west of Shorne Church.[262] Struck by lightning and consequently demolished.[263]
Shorne Shorne Mill
TQ 689 713
Post 1736
1769
1736 Working until 1870, converted to observatory in 1890s.[262] Burnt down in 1952.[263] Major timbers survived as late as 1986.[264]
Sissinghurst Crampton's Mill
TQ 789 376
Smock 1843 Moved from Hartley.[265] Demolished on 27 November 1951.[266]
Sittingbourne Smock 1843 Stood 4 furlongs (800 m) west of Sittinbourne Church. Standing in 1880, burnt down at an unknown date.[267]
Smarden West Mill
Town mill
Corne's Mill

TQ 879 420
Post 1769 1680 Working until at least 1899.[268] Collapsed in 1953.[269]
Windmill World
Smarden West pre 1912.jpg
Smarden East Mill
Black Mill

TQ 884 429
Smock 1804 Working until 1923. Standing in 1933,[270] gone by 1953.[43]
Snargate 1610 1610 Stood south of Snargate Church.[270]
Snodland Smock c.1839 Moved to Gillingham (Stedman's) c.1839.[270]
Southborough Southborough Common Stood 2 furlongs (400 m) south west of Southborough Church.[271]
Southfleet Betsham Mill Post 1829 1829 Stood 3 furlongs (600 m) north west of Southfleet Church. Demolished c.1873, leaving the base standing. Base had been demolished by 1933.[271]
Southfleet Troy's Island Stood 7 furlongs (1.4 km) west of Southfleet Church.[272]
Stanford Stanford Mill
TR 128 378
Tower 1857 Working by wind until 1946, then by engine until 1961. Under restoration. Stanford Windmill-geograph.org-2079538.jpg
Stansted Stansted Mill 1736
1769
1736 Stood 2 furlongs (400 m) south south east of Stansted Church.[273]
Staple Barnsole Mill 1870s Stood 3 furlongs (600 m) east south east of Staple Church. Burnt down c.1914.[274] Barnsole Mill, Staple.JPG
Staplehurst 1769 1769 Stood 1 furlong (200 m) west of Staplehurst Church.[275]
Staplehurst Staplehurst Mill
TQ 787 430
Smock 1843 Working until 1880s. Burnt down 22 June 1911, leaving the base.[275][276] Staplehurst.jpg
Stelling Minnis Brambleton 1736 1736 Stood 1 mile (1.6 km) south of Stelling Minnis Church.[277]
Stelling Minnis Brambleton 1736
1769
1736 Stood 1 mile (1.6 km) south of Stelling Minnis Church.[277]
Stelling Minnis Brambleton Mill Post c. 1850 Stood 1 mile (1.6 km) south of Stelling Minnis Church. Standing in 1881.[277]
Stelling Minnis TR 146 466 Post 1736
1769
1736 Demolished in 1866.[278]
Stelling Minnis Davison's Mill
TR 146 466
Smock 1866 Working until 1970, restored. Davison's Mill.JPG
St Margaret's at Cliffe Mill Close Mill Post 1596
1695
1736
1596 Stood to the north west of St Margaret's at Cliffe church.[279]
St Margarets Bay St Margaret's Bay Mill
TR 363 436
Smock 1929 Built to generate electricity.
St Nicholas at Wade 1719 1719 Stood about 6 furlongs (1.2 km) west of St Nicholas At Wade Church.[279] Standing in 1719, demolished by 1791.[280]
Stockbury 1736
1769
1769 colspan="2" style="text-align:center;" Stood 2 furlongs (400 m) south west of Stockbury Church.[278]
Stodmarsh Wickhambreux Mill
TR 233 604
Hollow Post[281] Mid-19th century[281] Stodmarsh Windpump.JPG
Strood Strood Hill Mill
TQ 733 693
Smock 1843 Demolished c.1860.[282]
Strood Field's Mill
TQ 730 700
1843 Burnt down c.1875.[283] Image on Medway Council website
Strood Killick's Mill
TQ 730 700
Smock 1843 Standing in 1891, gone by 1933.[284] Image on Medway Council website
Sutton Valence Town Mill
TQ 815 493
Smock c. 1720 Demolished in 1945,[285] leaving the base, which is now house converted.[286] Sutton Valence pre 1918.jpg
Sutton Valence Five Wents Mill Stood 7 furlongs (1.4 km) north east of Sutton Valence Church. Demolished by 1875.[287]
Swingfield Old Mill Post Stood 1 mile (1.6 km) west of Swingfield Church.[288]
Swingfield Old Mill Smock 1872 Stood 1 mile (1.6 km) west of Swingfield Church. Blown down in 1884.[288]
Swingfield New Mill Smock 1885 Stood 1 mile (1.6 km) west of Swingfield Church. Burnt down in August 1911.[288]
Swingfield Selstead Mill Smock 1880 Stood 1 mile (1.6 km) north west of Swingfield Church. Struck by lightning and burnt down, spring 1885.[289]

T[edit]

Location Name of mill and
grid reference
Type Maps First mention
or built
Notes Image
Tenterden Shoreham Lane Post 1599 Stood 1 mile 3 furlongs (2.2 km) north of Tenterden Church. Standing in 1686.[290]
Tenterden NW of church Stood 5 chains (100 m) north west of Tenterden Church. Marked on an Ordnance Survey map published between 1858 and 1872.[291]
Tenterden Mill Farm 1736
1769
1736 Stood 5 furlongs (1.0 km) north east of Tenterden Church. Standing in 1819, gone by 1851.[291]
Tenterden Goods Hill Mill Post c. 1807 Stood 1 mile 4 furlongs (2.4 km) north west of Tenterden Church. Working until 1890. Demolished in 1896.[291]
Tenterden Ashbourne Mill Post 1807 Stood 1 mile 1 furlong (1.8 km) west south west of Tenterden Church. Working until 1910. Demolished in December 1912.[292]
Tenterden Leigh Green Mill Smock 1818 Stood 1 mile 2 furlongs (2.0 km) east south east of Tenterden Church. Burnt down on 26 November 1913.[293]
Teynham Conyer Quay Smock 1850s Stood 6 furlongs (1.2 km) north of Teynham Church. Standing in 1850s.[293]
Throwley Parsonage Mill Smock 1736 1736 Stood 7 furlongs (1.4 km) north east of Throwley Church. Working in 1884.[294]
Throwley Clare's Forstal Mill Smock 1872 Stood 7 furlongs (1.4 km) south south west of Throwley Church. Demolished in 1915.[294]
Tonbridge Uridge's Mill Post 1843 Stood 4 furlongs (800 m) north of Tonbridge Castle. Standing in 1868. Demolished c.1872.[295]
Tonge Tonge Mill 1815 Stood 4 furlongs (800 m) south south west of Tonge Church.[296] Standing in 1834.[297]
Tunbridge Wells Calverley Mill Smock[298] 1769 1769 Stood near St Peter's Church, Tunbridge Wells. Demolished c.1860, Machinery used in a windmill at Crowborough.[299]
Tunbridge Wells Culverden Mill Post 1832 Stood 30 chains (600 m) west of St John's Churhc, Tunbridge Wells. Demolished c.1870.[300]

U[edit]

Location Name of mill and
grid reference
Type Maps First mention
or built
Notes Image
Ulcombe Ulcombe Hill Mill 1769[51] Stood 2 furlongs (400 m) south south east of Ulcombe Church. Demolished c.1850s.[301]
Ulcombe Windmill Hill Mill Smock 1878 Stood 5 furlongs (1.0 km) east south east of Ulcombe Church. Working until 1892. Demolished on 16 July 1911.[302]
Upchurch Wakeley's Mill
TQ 8324 6717
Smock 1843 Burnt down in September 1910'[303] Upchurch Wakeleys 1910.jpg
Uphill Uphill Mill
Hawkinge Mill
Smock 1790 Stood 6 furlongs (1.2 km) west north west of Uphill Church. Working until 1914. Demolished in May 1931.[304]

W[edit]

Location Name of mill and
grid reference
Type Maps First mention
or built
Notes Image
Walmer Post 1736 1736 Stood south west of Walmer Church.[305]
Waltham Cloke's Mill
TR 109 488
Smock 1872 Working until early 1900s. Blown down on 11 February 1931,[305] leaving the base.[306]
Waltham Dilnot's Old Mill
TR 110 490
Smock c.1850 Working until c.1908. Collapsed on 20 May 1910.[307]
Warehorne 1596 1596 Stood east of Warehorne Church.[307]
Warehorne Post 1769 1769 Stood 3 furlongs (600 m) north west of Warehorne Church. Demolished c.1900.[307]
Westerham Newland Mill[308] Horizontal windmill 1792[308] Standing in 1809.[309]
Westerham Windmill Bank Post 1596
1610
1596 Standing in 1666, marked on maps to mid-C17th.[310]
Westerham Hosey Common Mill
Hosey Hill Mill
1830[311] Stood 1 mile (1.6 km) south south east of Westerham Church.[312] Burnt down, mid-1870s.[311]
Westerham Farley Mill Post 1761[311] Marked on a map dated 1825.[313]
Westhalimot
Isle of Thanet
c.1200[61]
West Hougham West Hougham Mill
TR 268 402
Smock 1802[14] Collapsed 1951[14]
Windmill World
West Kingsdown Old Mill Post 1843 Burnt Down May 1909 West Kingsdown 1906.jpg
West Kingsdown West Kingsdown Mill
TQ 582 623
Smock 1880 Windmill World West Kingsdown mill.jpg
Westwell Tutt Hill Mill 1878 Stood 1 mile 2 furlongs (2.0 km) south west of Westwell Church. Burnt down in 1880.[312]
Whitfield Whitfield Mill Smock 1805[51] Stood 4 furlongs (800 m) west of Whitfield Church. Demolished c.1916.[312]
Whitstable Borstal Hill
TR 105 652
1736 1736
Whitstable Black Mill
TR 105 652
Smock 1815 Working until c.1905. Subsequently converted to a motel, now a house. Whitstable Black 1917.jpg
Whitstable Borstal Hill pumping mill Stood 1 mile (1.6 km) south west of Whitstable Church. A pumping windmill.[314]
Whitstable Feakins' Mill Smock 1843 Stood 1 mile (1.6 km) south west of Whitstable Church. Working by wind until 1891. Demolished in 1905.[315]
Windmill World
Whitstable Feakins' Mill Post Stood behind Whitstable railway station.[315]
Willesborough Old Mill
TR 032 422
Smock 1843 Demolished in 1868.[316]
Willesborough New Mill
TR 032 422
Smock 1869 Worked by wind until 1938. Restored 1991. Willesbourgh Windmill, Ashford, Kent.jpg
Wingham Wingham Well
TR 236 568
Tower 1878 Demolished in December 1963,[212] leaving a stump.[23]
Wingham Shatterling Mill Post 1769 1769 Stood 6 furlongs (1.2 km) north east of Wingham Church.[316]
Wittersham Old Mill Post 1736
1769
1736 Stood 3 furlongs (600 m) north east of Wittersham Church. Demolished in 1922.[317] Wittersham Old.jpg
Wittersham Stocks Mill
TQ 913 273
Post 1781 Working until c.1900, then preserved by private individuals. Restored 2002-04. Stocks Mill.jpg
Woodchurch Place Lane Smock Moved within Woodchurch (Upper Mill), 1850s.[318]
Woodchurch Upper Mill Smock 1769 1769 Stood 2 furlongs (400 m) north north east of Woodchurch Church, Working until 1910. Standing in 1933,[318] gone by 1939.[319] Woodchurch c1912 (1).jpg
Woodchurch Susan's Hill Farm Smock Moved within Woodchurch (Lower Mill), 1850s.[318]
Woodchurch Lower Mill
TQ 943 353
Smock 1820 Moved from Susans Hill Farm. Working until 1926. Restored in 1980s. Lower Mill, Woodchurch.jpg
Woodnesborough 1695
1736
1695 Stood south of Woodnesborough Church.[320]
Woodnesborough Post 1736
1769
1736 Stood west south west of Woodnesborough Church. Moved to Ash (Mount Ephraim Mill) in 1818.[320]
Wormshill Beddington (north) Stood 4 furlongs (800 m) north west of Wormshill Church.[321]
Wormshill Beddington (south) Stood 4 furlongs (800 m) north west of Wormshill Church.[321]
Worth Smock 1769 1769 Stood 4 furlongs (800 m) west south west of worth Church. Demolished c.1903.[322]
Wrotham Fry's Mill
TQ 6283 5776
Smock[323] 1800[324] Burnt down in 1906.[324]
Wye Wye Windmill Smock 1843 Stood 2 furlongs (400 m) west south west of Wye Church. Demolished c.1920. Base standing in 1933,[325] demolished in 1960s.[319] Wye windmill.jpg

Y[edit]

Location Name of mill and
grid reference
Type Maps First mention
or built
Notes Image
Yalding Rugmore (Rugmer) Hill Mill Post 1839 Stood 1 mile 4 furlongs (2.4 km) south east of Yalding Church. Standing in 1870s.[326]
Yalding Downs Farm Mill Post 1844[327] Stood 4 furlongs (800 m) north east of Yalding Church. Demolished c.1870.[328]
Yalding Claygate Mill[327] 1847[327] 1847[327]

Locations formerly within Kent[edit]

See also[edit]

Maps[edit]

The maps quoted by date are:-

  • 1414 – Thomas of Elmham (map of Thanet)
  • 1596 – Phil Symondson
  • 1610 – John Speed
  • 1695 – Robert Morden
  • 1719 – Dr Harris
  • 1736 – Emanuel Bowen
  • 1769 – Andrews, Dury and Herbert
  • 1829 – Greenwood & Co

Notes[edit]

Unless otherwise indicated, the reference for all entries is:-

Coles Finch, William (1933). Watermills and Windmills. London: C W Daniel Company. 

Mills in bold are still standing, known building dates are indicated in bold.

  1. ^ Coles Finch states that the mill moved from Playden to Appledore had originally stood at Playden, been moved to Appledore and then moved to Rye, East Sussex(Playden is very close to Rye) before being moved back to Appledore for a second time. Which of the sites it occupied in Appledore after the first move is not recorded.[11]

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  25. ^ Coles Finch 1933, pp. 161-62.
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  28. ^ Coles Finch 1933, p. 163.
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  71. ^ Coles Finch 1933, pp. 181-82.
  72. ^ a b Coles Finch 1933, p. 182.
  73. ^ Coles Finch 1933, pp. 182-83.
  74. ^ Appears in "Chatham, from Spur Battery", a painting by J M W Turner
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  121. ^ Painted by John Constable in that year
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  128. ^ Coles Finch 1933, p. 209.
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