List of windmills in London

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List of windmills in London is located in Greater London
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Extant windmills (red), former windmills (blue) and extant tide mills (green) in Greater London.
1 Arkley, 2 Barking, 3 Battersea, 4 Brixton, 5 Keston, 6 Plumstead Common, 7 Shirley, 8 Twickenham, 9 Upminster, 10 Wandsworth Common, 11 Wimbledon Common, 12 West Ham.

A list of existing and former windmills whose sites fall within Greater London, England. When built, these mills were within the counties of Kent, Surrey, Middlesex, Hertfordshire or Essex. Of those windmills known to have existed, nine remain and are preserved; as are the tide mills at Three Mills, West Ham.

Locations[edit]

A - B[edit]

Location Name of mill and
grid reference
Type Maps First mention
or built
Last mention
or demise
Photograph
Acton TQ 208 803 1742 1622 1742
Acton TQ 208 803 Smock 1801 1859, gone by 1865 painting by John Varley, 1835
Acton TQ 195 805 18th century 18th century
Addington Post 1610*
1626
1659
1700*
1733
1292[1] 1773[1]
Arkley Barnet Gate Mill
TQ 218 953
Tower c. 1830 Windmill World Barnet Gate Mill - geograph.org.uk - 384642.jpg
Ashford 1277 1309
Barking TQ 458 842 Post[2] 1243[2] 1243[2]
Barking TQ 439 839 1777 1738[2] 1793[2]
Barking Wellington Mill[2]
TQ 436 839
Smock[2] 1815[2] Demolished 1926[2] Barking Wellington 1907.jpg
Barnes Mill Hill Mill Post 1673
1729
1733
1753
1443 Blown down 15 October 1780
Barnes Mill Lodge Mill[1] Smock[1] 1783[1] Demolished c. 1836[1]
Battersea Colour Mill[1] 1645[1] 1645[1]
Battersea Corn mill[1] 1645[1] 1645[1]
Battersea Lead Mill[1] 1645[1] 1645[1]
Battersea Nine Elms Mill[1] Post[1] 1753
1777*
1753 Standing in 1814, not on 1823 map, gone by 1828[1]
Battersea Red House Mill[1] Smock[1] 1753
1777*
1753 1851[1]
Battersea Randall’s Mill[1] Tower[1] 1762 1762 1836[1]
Battersea Fowler's Mill[1]
TQ 269 770
Horizontal 1790
1823
1788[1] Dismantled c. 1825[1]
Bermondsey Cherry Garden Pier Mill[1]
Bermondsey Abbey Mill #1[1] Post[1] 1805[1] 1812[1]
Bermondsey Abbey Mill #2[1]
Bermondsey Poupart’s Mill[1] Post[1] 1753
1820
1823
1753 Burnt down, Spring 1866[1]
Bermondsey Tower[1] 1834[1] 1844, probably demolished in the 1850s[1]
Bexley Heath May Place Mill[3] Post[3] 1769 1769 Demolished c.1867[3]
Blackfriars Approximately
TQ 324 808
1696[3] 1748[3]
Blackheath Lewisham Hill Mill[3] 1695*
1745
1695 1745
Blackheath Morden Hill Mill[3] 1745 1745 1750[3]
Blackheath Black Heath[3] Post[3] 1769 1769 1819[3]
Blackheath Black Heath[3] Post[3] 1769 1769 1769
Bow Old Ford
TQ 365 835
Post[4] 1844 1823[4] 1852[4]
Bow TQ 375 832 Smock[4] 1844 1823[4] 1852[4]
Brentford approximately
TQ 172 786
1670 1703
Brentford TQ 186 779 Smock 1777 1828
Brixton Ashby's Mill
TQ 303 737
Tower 1816
1823
1816 Ashby's mill 1864.jpg
Brixton Brixton Hill Mill[1] Smock[1] 1816
1823
1803[1] 1845[1]
Bromley Post 1763
1769
1843
1665[5] Demolished January 1835.[6]
Bromley by Bow Metcalfe's Mill[6]
Approximately
TQ 379 825
1754 1754 1754

C - D[edit]

Location Name of mill and
grid reference
Type Maps First mention
or built
Last mention
or demise
Photograph
Camberwell Camberwell Mill
Freeman’s Mill[1]
Post [1] 1753 1709[1] 1831[1]
Camberwell Dovedale Manor mill[1] Smock or Tower[1] 1823
1850
1823 1850
Camberwell Frensham Street Mill[1] 1820
1850
1820 1850
Camberwell Bree Kill Mill[1] Post[1] 1746*
1789
1746 Demolition ordered 1815[1]
Camerwell Post[1] 1307[1] 1307[1]
Charlton 1660[3] Burnt down, 1660[3]
Chelsea Tothill Fields Smock 1799 1815
Chelsea Tothill Fields Post 1806 1806
Chelsea Thames Bank Mill
TQ 287 780
Smock 1832 c. 1870[7]
Chelsea Don Salter's Walk Smock c. 1870[7] c. 1870[7]
Chelsea Waterworks Smock 1752 1762 Chelsea Waterworks 1752.jpg
Chelsfield Well Hill Mill[3] 1769 1769 1769
Chislehurst Chislehurst Common Mill[3] Smock[3] 1796[3] Demolished c.1877[3]
Chiswick TQ 211 786 Post 1675 1675 1765
Chiswick Approximately
TQ 224 784
Post 1675 1675 1675
City of London Mountmill, Cripplegate 1598 Blown down 1601
City of London Queenhithe, Broken Wharf Waterworks[1] Hollow post 1696
1724
1696[1] 1748[1]
City of London Peerless Pool, Moorfields[1] Tower[1] 18th century[1] 18th century[1]
Clapham Clapham Common Mill[1] 1616 1652[1] Possibly moved to Nightingale Lane, 1652[1]
Clapham Nightingale Lane Mill[1] Post[1] 1680[1] 1680[1]
Clerkenwell Clerkenwell Priory Sunk post c. 1100[1] c. 1100[1]
Clerkenwell Commandery Martels
TQ 315 827
14th century 1430
Clerkenwell Farncroft
Stowell Mill
TQ 317 825
c. 1358 1399
Clerkenwell 16th century 16th century
Clerkenwell New River Head
TQ 312 827
Tower[8] 1709 1720[9]
Clerkenwell East Smithfield 13th century 14th century
Clerkenwell Mountmill
TQ 319 826
Early 16th century Blown down 16th century
Clerkenwell Mountmill
TQ 319 826
Post 1563
1658
1547 1647, gone by c. 1680
Clerkenwell Finsbury Fields, East Mill
Approximately
TQ 327 922
Post 1563
1658
1660
1666
1669
1556 1669
Clerkenwell Finsbury Fields, West Mill Post 1563
1658
1660
1666
1669
1557 1669
Clerkenwell Finsbury Fields, Thomas Wells Mill Post 1563
1658
1660
1666
1669
1558 1669
Clerkenwell Finsbury Fields, 4th mill Post 1561 Blown down c. 1600
Clerkenwell Finsbury Fields, 5th mill Post 1658
1660
1666
1669
1617 1669
Clerkenwell Finsbury Fields, 6th mill Post 1658
1660
1666
1669
1617 1669
Clerkenwell Finsbury Fields, 7th mill Post 1658
1660
1666
1617 1669
Coulsdon Common North side of Stites Hill Road[1] Post[1] 1762
1777*
1789
1816
1823
1762 Demolished c. 1880[1]
Coulsdon Common South side of Stites Hill Road[1] Post[1] 1789
1816
1823
1777[1] Demolished 1924[1]
Cranford Approximately
TQ 102 774
1604 Demolished 1625
Cranham Post[2] 1463[2] 1463[2]
Croydon Crown Hill Mill[1]
Croydon Gardiner’s Mill
Croydon Mill[1]
Post[1] 1762
1777*
1789
1816
1744[1] Demolished c. 1814[1]
Croydon Black Mill[1] Post[1] 1823 1814[1] Demolished c. 1855[1]
Croydon White Mill[1] Smock[1] 1828[1] Demolished c. 1862[1]
Croydon Noakes’s Mill[1] Tower[1] 1863 1852[1] 1863
Dagenham Becontree Heath Mill[2]
TQ 495 867
Smock[2] 1816[2] Burnt down January 1869[2]
Dagenham Chadwell Heath Mill (north)
Little Jenny[1]
TQ 480 884
Post[2] 1777 1765[2] 1898[2]
Dagenham Chadwell Heath Mill (west)
Miss Bentley[2]
TQ 480 883
Post[2] 1903 1820[2] Demolished c. 1906[2]
Dagenham Chadwell Heath Mill (south)
Long Sally[2]
TQ 481 883
Post[2] 1785[2] Demolished c. 1893[1]
Dagenham Beam Mill[2]
TQ 501 832
Smock[2] 1825 1825< 1884[2]
Deptford Black Horse Fields Mill[3] Smock[3] 1843 Burnt down 1854[3]
Deptford Windmill Lane Mill[3] 1832 1832 1832
Deptford Tanners Hill Mill[3] Post[3] 1840[10] Demolished 1849[3] Deptford Tanners Hill 1840.jpg
Downe Gorringes Farm Mill[3] Tower[3] 1843 Burnt down 1902[3]

E - F[edit]

Location Name of mill and
grid reference
Type Maps First mention
or built
Last mention
or demise
Photograph
Ealing 1318 Blown down c. 1409
Ealing 1431 1431
East Ham TQ 420 831 Post[2] 1267[2] 1309[2]
East Ham TQ 412 850 1724* 1724 1728[2]
East Ham TQ 419 819 Post[2] 1741[2] 1741[2]
East Ham Clock House Farm Mill[2]
TQ 427 833
1872[2] Burnt down c. 1891[2]
Edmonton 1272 1359
Edmonton Weir Hall Mill
approximately
TQ 328 926
Post 1627 1801
Edmonton Silver Street Mill
TQ 329 928
Post 1819 1920 Edmonton Windill 1920.jpg
Eltham Mottingham Mill[3]
Enfield 1284 1284
Enfield Windmill Hill
TQ 317 967
Post 1635 Blown down 18th century
Enfield Windmill Hill
TQ 317 967
Smock 1790 1790 Demolished September 1904 Enfield windmill.jpg
Enfield Mill Corner
TQ 247 976
1635 1740, gone by 1777
Erith Northumberland Heath Mill[3]
TQ 502 772
Post 1843 Blown down 1 January c.1892[3]
Windmill World
Feltham Lower Feltham
TQ 094 710
1762 1762 1762
Finchley 1252 1398
Finchley Basings Pond 1627 1734, gone by 1754
Finchley Lodge Hill 1648 1648 1648
Fulham 1404 1404
Fulham TQ 768 239 1790 1632 Demolished 1794

G -H[edit]

Location Name of mill and
grid reference
Type Maps First mention
or built
Last mention
or demise
Photograph
Greenwich Greenwich Reach Mill[3] Post[3]
Greenwich Greenwich Reach Mill[3] Smock[3]
Hackney Union Mill
TQ 341 834
1833 1851, gone by 1856
Hackney Regent's Canal Vertical axle mill 1828 1828
Hadley 1288 1288
Hadley Beacon Hill 1629 1629, gone by 1636
Hadley Beacon Hill 1649 1649, gone by 1698
Hadley Hadley Green
TQ 246 967
1821 1821, gone by 1827
Hadley Hadley Green
TQ 246 967
1827 1867, gone by 1870
Hampstead 1270 Blown down 1294
Hampstead 1295 1399
Hampstead Coneyfield Post 1597 1661, gone by 1680
Hampstead Cloth Hill
TQ 263 861
Post 1614 1728, gone by 1759
Hampstead Highgate 1601 1601, gone by 1641
Hampton TQ 139 711 Smock 1791 Demolished 1874
Hanwell 1258 1343
Harrow 1236 1353
Harrow Sudbury Hill 1695 1622 1695
Harrow Sudbury Hill 1695 1695 1695
Harrow Wembley Hill 1673 1672 1693
Havering TQ 520 926 Post[2] 1262[2] 1262[2]
Hayes Approximately
TQ 095 818
1675 1675 1675
Hendon 1321 1321
Hendon Goldeherd's Mill 15th century 15th century
Hendon Mill Hill
TQ 223 934
1679 1679 1685
Hillingdon 1328 1328
Holborn Gray's Inn
Approximately
TQ 313 819
1505 1505, gone by 1507
Holborn Old St Paul's Post[1] 1616 1616 1616
Holborn Old St Paul's, York Buildings Waterwirjs Hollow Post[1] 1684[1] Burnt down 1690[1]
Hornchurch Post[2] 1222[2] 1256[2]
Hornchurch New Mill
Marks Mill[2]
Post[2] 1355[2] 1396[2]
Hornchurch Marks Hall Mill[2]
TQ 487 893
Post[2] 1724 1365[2] Demolished c. 1760[2]
Hornchurch Marks Mill
Marks Gate Mill[2]
TQ 486 899
Smock[2] 1818[2] Demolished May 1919[2]
Hornchurch TQ 543 867 Post[2] 1678 1678 Burnt down June 1921[2]
Hornchurch TQ 510 838 Post[2] 1240[2] 1240[2]
Hornchurch Marditch Mill
Mardyke Mill[2]
TQ 510 840
Post[2] 1724 1564[2] 1724
Hornchurch Bush Elms Mill[2]
TQ 528 880
Post[2] 1833[2] 1855, gone by 1864[2]
Hounslow 162 1362
Hounslow Brazil Mill[8]
Approximately
TQ 115 744
Smock 1757 1757
Hounslow Syon Park Vertical axle mill
Hounslow Hounslow Heath
TQ 119 752
Post 1816 1765 1816, gone by 1818
Hounslow Heston Mill
TQ 119 752
Post 1818 Burnt down 24 August 1895

I - L[edit]

Location Name of mill and
grid reference
Type Maps First mention
or built
Last mention
or demise
Photograph
Isleworth 1370 1370
Islington Canonbury 1306 1306
Islington White Lead Mill[11]
TQ 328 839
Tower 1786 1868
Islington White Lead Mill Tower 1792 1868
Islington Cattle Market (two mills) Hollow post 1820 1837
Islington Water Works[1] Tower[1] 1730[1] 1767[1]
Kensington Hyde Park Post 1543 1660
Keston Keston Mill
TQ 415 640
Post 1736
1769
1716 Keston Windmill, 1982.jpg
Keston Olive's Mill[3] 1878 Burnt down 1885[12]
Keston Holwood Park Mill[3]
Kew Kew Mill[1] Smock Mill[1] Late 18th century[1] Late 18th century[1]
Kingsbury Redhill 1675 1738, gone by 1754
Laleham 14th century 1698
Laleham TQ 705 055 1816 1816 1834
Lambeth South end of Waterloo Bridge[1] Paltrok[1] 1658
1720
1658 1760[1]
Lambeth South end of Hungerford Bridge[1] Post[1] 1762
1763
1777*
1762 Demolished 1848[1]
Lambeth Junction of Ethelred Street and Hutton Road[1] 1762
1763
1762 1763
Lambeth Junction of Newport Street and Whitgift Street[1] Smock[1] 1753[1] 1830[1]
Lambeth Drug Mill[1] Tower[1] 1737[1] Demolished 1867[13] Drug mill, Lambeth.jpg
Lambeth Cons Street Mill[1] Smock[1] 1800
1816
1800 Demolished c. 1840[1] Lambeth windmill.jpg
Lee 1843 Demolished c.1850[3]
Leyton TQ 384 868 Post[1] 1724* 1724 1739[1]
Leyton Temple Mills[1]
TQ 376 855
1818 1770[1] 1818, gone by 1838[1]
Limehouse Paltrok mill 1663 Destroyed in a riot, 1663
Limehouse Smock 1768 Destroyed in a riot, 1768
Limehouse Smock 1791 1791

M - P[edit]

Location Name of mill and
grid reference
Type Maps First mention
or built
Last mention
or demise
Photograph
Marylebone 1708 1708
Mayfair Bond Street[1] 1647
1666
1675
1647 1675
Mitcham Common Mitcham Common Mill
TQ 292 678
Post 1806 Dismantled 1905
Windmill World
Remains of Post Mill at Mitcham - geograph.org.uk - 446178.jpg
Monthill Early 17th century Early 17th century
Newington 1658
1675
1746*
1763
1658 Demolished 1799[1]
North Ockendon TQ 599 851 Post[2] 1610[2] 1840[2]
Northolt Dabb's Hill Lane
TQ 1386 8552
Northolt Mill Post Field
TQ 1250 8250
Post mill
Norton Folgate Smock
Norwood Westow Hill Mill[1] 1812[1] Demolished c. 1854[1]
Perivale 1342 1342
Perivale 17th century 17th century
Pinner c. 1285 c. 1285
Pinner TQ 112 903 1619 Blown down 1721
Pinner TQ 112 903 Smock 1720s Burnt down 1872
Plumstead Common Plumstead Common Mill
TQ 448 779
Tower 1820 Plumstead Common 1820.jpg
Poplar Millwall, Browns Mill Post 1723
1731
1723 1781
Poplar Millwall, Smith's Mill Post 1723
1731
1723 1772
Poplar Millwall, Smith's Mill
Middle Mill
Post 1723
1731
1723 1765
Poplar Millwall, Smith's Mill Post 1723
1731
1723 1731
Poplar Millwall, Baker's Mill Post 1723
1731
1703 1804
Poplar Millwall, Churn's Mill
Chinn's Mill
Post 1723
1731
1723 1805
Poplar Millwall, Ward's Mill
Theobalds Mill
Post 1723
1731
1723 1731
Poplar Millwall, Ward's Mill Post 1723
1731
1723 1731
Poplar Millwall (ninth mill) Post 1723
1731
Poplar Millwall (tenth mill) Smock 1703
1731
1824
1703 1853, gone by 1859
Poplar Blackwall Smock 1840 1840

R - S[edit]

Location Name of mill and
grid reference
Type Maps First mention
or built
Last mention
or demise
Photograph
Richmond[1] Post[1] 1635
1673
1733
1635 1730, gone by 1764[1]
Romford Pratt Collier’s Mill[2]
TQ 507 884
Post[2] 1728[2] 1863, gone by 1868[2]
Romford TQ 515 893 Post[2] 1678 1618[2] 1696[2]
Romford Edward Collier’s Mill[2]
TQ 517 893
Post[2] 1728[2] 1861[2]
Romford Rising Sun Mill[2]
TQ 515 885
Post[2] 1618[2] 1871, gone by 1876[2]
Romford Collier Row Mill[2]
TQ 503 911
Post[2] 1815[2] Demolished c. 1862[2]
Romford Pettits Mill[2]
TQ 513 903
1777 1775[2] 1777
Rotherhithe Cuckold’s Point Mills[1] 1662 (three)[1] 1810 (one)[1]
Ruislip TQ 099 876 1294 1294
Shadwell TQ 354 807 1824 1824 1824
Shirley Shirley Mill
TQ 355 652
Post[1] 1809[1] Burnt down October 1854[1]
Shirley Shirley Mill
TQ 355 652
Tower 1855 Shirley Windmill.jpg
Shoreditch TQ 335 836 Tower 1824 1782 1829
Soho Rathbone Place
TQ 249 819
Tower 1721 1787
Soho Windmill Field (believed near latter day Great Windmill Street, London W1) Post mill (may have been rebuilt as a smock mill after about 1650) Circa 1585 Late 18c
Southall Grand Junction Canal
TQ 144 797
1721 Demolished 1855 Joseph Mallord William Turner 014.jpg
Southall TQ 143 809 Smock 1820s 1886
Southwark St George’s Fields[1] Post[1] 1616[1] 1662[1]
Southwark St Georges Fields[1] Post[1] 1616[1] 1677[1]
Southwark Widflete Mill[1] Tower[1] 1710[1] 1724[1]
Southwark Post[1] 1746* 1746 Demolished 1820[1]
Stanmore Mid-13th century Mid-13th century
Stanmore 1352 1352
Stanmore 1547 1547
Stanmore Grimsditch
TQ 168 940
1306 1680
St Clement Danes TQ 311 812 Post 1558 1615
Stepney 1325 1342
Stepney Ratcliffe 1713 1713
St George Hanover Square TQ 287 183 1675 1675 1675, later moved to Mill Hill Place
St George Hanover Square Mill Hill Place
St George Hanover Square St George's Hospital
TQ 284 798
Hollow post Mid-18th century Mid-18th century
St James's TQ 296 807 Tower 1658 Early 17th century 1647
Stoke Newington 1813 1852
Streatham Streatham Mill[1] 1816
1823
1816 1823
St Sepulchre Newgate Prison Hollow post 1752 Demolished 1778
Surbiton Surbiton Hill Mill[1] 1816
1823
1805[1] Demolished 1850[1]
Sydenham Sydenham Mill[3] 19th century[3] 19th century[3]

T - W[edit]

Location Name of mill and
grid reference
Type Maps First mention
or built
Last mention
or demise
Photograph
Totteridge 1277[14] 1277[14]
Twickenham 14th century 14th century
Twickenham 1635 1635 1635
Twickenham Approximately
TQ 138 729
1635 1635 1675, gone by 1743
Twickenham Whitton 1722 1722
Twickenham Fulwell Watermill
TQ 144 728
1799 1799
Upminster Upminster Common Mill[2]
TQ 558 904
Post[2] 1724* 1652[2] Demolished 1882[2]
Upminster Abraham’s Mill
TQ 557 868
Smock 1803 UpminsterWMdamage.jpg
Walthamstow Walthamstow Mill[2]
TQ 395 910
Post[2] 1700
1805
1676[2] Blown down c. 1800[2]
Wandsworth Post[1] 1535[1] Moved to Wimbledon Common c. 1613[1]
Wandsworth Middle Mill[1] 1762
1777
1762 1835[1]
Wandsworth Brazil Mill[1] Smock[1] 1811[1] Sail-less in 1825, demolished later[1]
Wandsworth Wandsworth Common Mill
TQ 267 745
Smock mill 1837 Wandsworth mill.jpg
Wandsworth Blackmore’s Mill[1]
West Ham City Mill River Mill (north)[2]
TQ 379 838
Post[2] 1774[2] Moved to Shirley, Surrey c. 1809[2]
West Ham City Mill River Mill (south)[2]
TQ 380 838
Post[2] 1746 1746 Moved to Nobshill c. 1807[2]
West Ham St Thomas’ Mill[2]
TQ 380 834
Post[2] 1702[2] 1724, gone by 1730[2]
West Ham St Thomas’ Mill[2]
TQ 380 834
Post[2] 1746 1730[2] 1746
West Ham Pudding Mill[2]
TQ 379 836
Post[2] 1777* 1724[2] 1844, gone by 1854[2]
West Ham Nobshill Mill[2]
TQ 376 841
Post[2] 1807[2] 1870[2]
West Ham Stent’s Mill
Redcross Mill[2]
TQ 381 839
Post[2] 1724
1746
1777*
1720[2] 1849[2]
West Ham Three Mills[2]
TQ 348 827
Post[2] 1724
1746
1699[2] 1837, gone by 1840[2]
West Ham Abbey Mill[2]
TQ 388 833
Post[2] 1682[2] Blown down 1701[2]
West Ham Abbey Mill[2]
TQ 388 833
Smock[2] 1703[2] Demolished c. 1767[1]
West Ham Abbey Mill[2] Smock[2] 1768[2] Burnt down 30 April 1862[2]
West Ham Pigeon’s Mill (north)[2]
TQ 397 847
Smock[2] 1746 1746 1746
West Ham Pigeon’s Mill (south)[2]
TQ 397 846
Smock[2] 1724
1746
1777*
1724 Demolished October 1860[2]
West Ham TQ 411 814 1668[2] 1752[2]
West Ham TQ 398 853[2] 1825 1825 1825
West Ham TQ 401 811 1739[2] 1739[2]
West Ham Industrial School[2] 1893 1854[2] Demolished c. 1893
Westminster 1279 1306
Westminster White Lead Mill, Millbank Smock c. 1800 c. 1800
Westminster The Strand[1] Post 1616 1615[1] 1696
West Norwood 1433 1496
West Norwood Post 1635 1611 1676
Whitechapel Fieldgate Street
TQ 343 816
Post 1643 1658
Whitechapel Fieldgate Street
TQ 342 814
Smock 1724 1724 1807
Whitechapel Commercial Road 1806 1806
Willesden 1295 Demolished 1365
Willesden Dudden Hill
Approximately
TQ 218 854
Post 1616 1817
Willesden Kilburn Mill
TQ 245 848
Smock 1803 Burnt down 1863
Wimbledon Common Tibbett’s Corner Mill[1] Post[1] c. 1613[1] 1636[1]
Wimbledon Common Wimbledon Common Mill
TQ 230 725
Hollow post, rebuilt as Smock in 1893 1816 Wimbledon Windmill.jpg
Woodford TQ 400 920 1678 1628[2] 1710[2]
Woolwich Co-operative Mill[3] 1760[3] Burnt down 16 March 1760[3]
Woolwich Co-operative Mill[3] Smock[3] 1769 1760[3] 1845[3]

Maps[edit]

See also[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.

Finsbury Fields

The last of the Finsbury Fields windmills was demolished c. 1750 to make way for St Luke's Hospital for the Clergy.[1]

Millwall

Three mills were standing in 1835, two in 1845. The last mill standing was the smock mill, as detailed above.

Sources[edit]

Unless indicated otherwise, the source for all entries is Blythman, Guy (1996). Watermills & Windmills of Middlesex. Baron Birch. ISBN 0-86023-538-6. .

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af ag ah ai aj ak al am an ao ap aq ar as at au av aw ax ay az ba bb bc bd be bf bg bh bi bj bk bl bm bn bo bp bq br bs bt bu bv bw bx by bz ca cb cc cd ce cf cg ch ci cj ck cl cm cn co cp cq cr cs ct cu cv cw cx cy cz da db dc dd de df dg dh di dj dk dl dm dn do dp dq dr ds dt du dv dw dx dy dz ea eb ec ed ee ef eg eh ei ej ek el em en eo ep eq er es et eu ev ew ex ey ez fa fb fc fd fe ff fg fh fi fj fk fl fm fn fo fp fq fr fs ft fu fv fw fx fy Farries, K G, and Mason, M T (1966). The Windmills of Surrey and Inner London. London: Charles Skilton Ltd. 
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af ag ah ai aj ak al am an ao ap aq ar as at au av aw ax ay az ba bb bc bd be bf bg bh bi bj bk bl bm bn bo bp bq br bs bt bu bv bw bx by bz ca cb cc cd ce cf cg ch ci cj ck cl cm cn co cp cq cr cs ct cu cv cw cx cy cz da db dc dd de df dg dh di dj dk dl dm dn do dp dq dr ds dt du dv dw dx dy dz ea eb ec ed ee ef eg eh ei ej ek el em en eo ep eq er es et eu ev ew ex ey ez Farries, Kenneth (1981). Essex Windmills, Millers and Millwrights - Volume One – An Historical Review. London & Edinburgh: Charles Skilton. ISBN 0-284-98641-0. , Farries, Kenneth (1982). Essex Windmills, Millers and Millwrights - Volume Two – A Technical Review. London & Edinburgh: Charles Skilton. ISBN 0-284-98637-2. , Farries, Kenneth (1984). Essex Windmills, Millers and Millwrights - Volume Three - A Review by Parishes, A-E. Edinburgh: Charles Skilton. ISBN 0-284-98642-9. , Farries, Kenneth (1985). Essex Windmills, Millers and Millwrights - Volume Four - A Review by Parishes, F-R. Edinburgh: Charles Skilton. ISBN 0-284-98647-X.  and Farries, Kenneth (1988). Essex Windmills, Millers and Millwrights - Volume Five - A Review by Parishes, S-Z. Edinburgh: Charles Skilton. ISBN 0-284-98821-9. 
  3. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af ag ah ai aj ak al am an ao ap aq ar as at au av aw ax Coles Finch, William (1933). Watermills and Windmills. London: C W Daniel Company. 
  4. ^ a b c d e f One was a post mill, one was a smock mill. One of the mills was standing in 1823 and one in 1852, both appeared on the 1844 OS map.
  5. ^ Bygone Kent (Rainham: Meresborough Books) 6 (2): p87–91. February 1984.  Missing or empty |title= (help)
  6. ^ a b Cumming, Rob (2010). "Bromley's Windmill:Debunking a few myths.". Cant Post (Kent: Kent Mills Society) (2): 24–28. 
  7. ^ a b c Appears on painting Don Salter's Walk by Cecil Gordon Lawson
  8. ^ a b Six sails
  9. ^ Cap and sails blown off 20 November 1720, converted to horse power, Tower standing to full height in 1730 but had been reduced in height by 1799. Base remains standing.
  10. ^ Drawing dated 1840 exists
  11. ^ Five sails
  12. ^ "Directory of Kent Mill People". The Mills Archive Trust. Retrieved May 5, 2008. 
  13. ^ "A Short(ish) History of Lambeth 1720-1899". Partleton. Retrieved 26 December 2014. 
  14. ^ a b Moore, Cyril (1999). Hertfordshire Windmills and Windmillers. Sawbridgeworth: Windsup Publishing. ISBN 0-9533861-0-4. 
  15. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n Map of Middlesex
  16. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o Map of Surrey
  17. ^ Surveyed 1643-47.
  18. ^ a b c d e f Map of Essex
  19. ^ a b c Map of Kent