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List of windmills in North Yorkshire

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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

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Contents

York

Location Name of mill and
grid reference
Type Maps First mention
or built
Last mention
or demise
Photograph
York Clifton Mill
Lady Mill[1]
1374[1] 1444[1]
York Clifton Mill
Lady Mill
1772 1721[1] 1772[1]
York Clifton Mill
Lady Mill[1]
1817[1] 1852[1]
York Haxby Road Mill
SE 606 533
Tower Windmill World
York Pepper Mill[1] 1575[1] 1575[1]
York Bootham Stray Mill
White Cross Mill[1]
Post[1] 1772 1772[1] Demolished c. 1840[1]
York Junction of Glen Road and Harcourt Street[1] 1852[1] 1852[1]
York Holgate Mill 1366[1] 1433[1]
York Holgate Mill
SE 584 515
Tower Windmill World
Holgate Windmill - 2011-12-26.jpg
York The Mount[1] 13th century[1] 13th century[1]
York Mount Mills[1] 1852[1] 1852[1]
York York Field[1] Demolished c. 1620[1]
York York Field[1] post[1] 1620[1] 1831[1]
York York Field[1] Smock[1] 1783[1] 1825[1]
York Clementhorpe[1] Early 16th century[1] 1620[1]
York Clementhorpe, Nun Mill[1] 1772 1689[1] Demolished c. 1885[1]
York Clementhorpe (2nd mill)[1] Early 16th century[1] Gone by 1546[1]
York Paynlathes Croft[1]
York Between Clifton Road and the River Ouse[1] 14th century[1] Early 18th century[1]
York Fulford Field Mill
Lammel Mill[1]
1767[1] 1836[1]
York Lendal Tower, York Waterworks[2] 1677[2] 1677[2]
York Heworth Moor Mill[3] 1569[3] 1569[3]
York Monkgate[4] Demolished c. 1745[4]

Other locations

Location Name of mill and
grid reference
Type Maps First mention
or built
Last mention
or demise
Photograph
Acklam 1582[5] 1613[5]
Ainderby Steeple 1359[6] 1359[6]
Aldborough Post 1814
Aldborough Tower
Alne 1575[7] 1575[7]
Appleton Roebuck Appleton Roebuck Mill
SE 544 425
Tower Early 19th century[8] Windmill World
Appleton Roebuck Windmill.jpg
Askham Richard Askham Richard Mill
SE 542 472
Tower Windmill World
Askham Richard windmill-geograph.org-2297876.jpg
Barlby Post
Barlby Tower
Bossall 1830[9] 1830[9]
Brompton Brompton Mill
SE 378 968
Tower Standing in 1914[10]
Windmill World
Brompton Windmill.jpg
Cayton Cayton Cliff Mill[11] 1661[11] 1661[11]
Claxton Claxton Mill
SE 691 596
Tower Windmill World
Claxton Brickworks tower
Church Fenton
Cundall Staynhill 1341[12] 1341[12]
Danby Wiske 1285[13] 1285[13]
Dromonby 1583[14] 1671[14]
Dunnington 1295 1295
Earswick 1323[15] 1323[15]
Elvington Elvington Windpump
SE 683 470
Tower Windmill World
Windpump, Elvington Brickyard - geograph.org.uk - 1039734.jpg
Escrick 1290 1290
Farlington 1588[16] 1588[16]
Filey Muston Mill
TA 107 799
Tower Windmill World
Filey Mill - geograph.org.uk - 1268492.jpg
Flaxton 1590[9] 1590[9]
Follifoot Follifoot mill
SE 325 521
Tower Windmill World
Fylingdales Peak Mill[17] Standing in 1923[17]
Guisborough 1540[18] 1540[18]
Hawsker Low Hawsker Mill[19]
NZ 922 076
Tower Standing in 1923[19]
Mill Farm, Hawsker - geograph.org.uk - 198629.jpg
Helperthorpe Sunk post
Heslington Stublowe Myln[20] 1530[20] 1530[20]
Heslington Heslington Mill Post
Heslington Heslington Mill Tower
Holtby 1571[21] 1616[21]
Hornby Hornby Mill
NZ 360 054
Tower Windmill World
Hemlington 1352[22] 1352[22]
Huddleston Huddleston Mill
SE 473 336
Tower Windmill World
Huddleston Grange Mill.jpg
Hunmanby 1298 1298
Hunmanby 1732 1732
Huntington 1322[15] 1460[15]
Kellington Kellington Windmill[23]
SE 545 242
1923 [24]
Windmill House Conversion. Another View. - geograph.org.uk - 274580.jpg
Kirk Leavington 1262[25] 1315[25]
Kirkbymoorside Kirkbymoorside Mill
SE 696 864
Tower Windmill World
Kirkleatham 1340[26]
Little Smeaton Little Smeaton Mill post[27] Demolished August 1961[27]
Low Hawsker Low Hawsker Mill[19] Standing in 1923[19]
Malton Malton Mill
SE 793 740
Tower Windmill World
Malton Mill.jpg
Marske 1349[28] 1560[28]
Marske West Field 13th century c. 1541[28]
Marske West Field 1609[28] 1609[28]
Marton 14th century[29] 14th century[29]
Marton 16th century[29] 1609[29]
Marton c. 1834[30] c. 1865[30]
Muston Muston Mill
TA 107 799
Tower Truncated
Northallerton Northallerton Junction Standing in 1914[10]
Ormesby 12th century?[31]
Overton 1629[32] 1664[32]
Pateley Bridge Pateley Bridge Mill
SE 166 658
Tower Windmill World
Pickering Tower[33] 1841[33] 1841[33]
Picton 1566[25] 1657[25]
Ravenscar Peak Mill
NZ 976 007
Tower Windmill World
Beacon Windmill near Ravenscar - geograph.org.uk - 94016.jpg
Riccall 1295 1295
Riccall Riccall Mill
SE 617 374
Tower Windmill World
Riccall Mill.jpg
Rillington Sunk post
Romanby 1663[10] 1663[10]
Sand Hutton The Moor 1604[9] 1604[9]
Scarborough 1340[11] 1240[11]
Scarborough 1641[11] 1641, demolished by 1651[11]
Scarborough Victoria Mill
TA 036 884
Tower Windmill World
Victoria Mill, Scarborough.jpg
Sillington 1295[34] 1295[34]
Sitlington Sandy Lane Mill
SE 277 175
Tower Windmill World
Skelton-on-Ure Kirby Mill
SE 375 696
Tower Windmill World
Skelton Windmill - geograph.org.uk - 244558.jpg
Skirlaugh Swine Priory[35] 1560s[35] 1611[35]
South Duffield South Duffield Mill
SE 677 335
Tower Windmill World
Mill Owner's Private Transport - geograph.org.uk - 196637.jpg
Snainton Foulbridge 1273[36] 1307[36]
Stainton 1591 1591[22]
Stillington 1244 1244
Stittenham 1633[16] 1808[16]
Stutton Stutton Mill
SE 476 421
Tower Windmill World
Old Windmill - geograph.org.uk - 44591.jpg
Thornaby-on-Tees 1575[22] 1625[22]
Thornton-le-Clay Thornton Mill
SE 677 657
Tower Windmill World
Old Windmill - geograph.org.uk - 16013.jpg
Tollerton Tollerton mill
SE 514 638
Tower Windmill World
Windmill Farm, Tollerton (geograph 1861285).jpg
Ugthorpe Ugthorpe Mill
NZ 791 115
Tower Windmill World
Ugthorpe Mill.jpg
Ulleskelf Ulleskelf Mill
SE 519 390
Tower Windmill World
The Mill, Ulleskelf - geograph.org.uk - 606378.jpg
West Coatham 1367[26] 1367[26]
West Rounton 17th century[37] 17th century
Whitby East Cliff 1540[19] 1540[19]
Whitby Union Mill
Co-operative Mill[38][39]
NZ 894 111
Tower 1806[19] Demolished c. 1923[19]
Windmill World
Whitby Wren's Mill[19] Demolished 1862[19]
Whitby Newholm Mill[19] Tower[19]
Newholme Mill, Whitby.gif
Yapham Yapham Mill
SE 790 505
Tower 1805 Windmill World
Yarm 1272[40] 1354[40]
Yarm 1608[40] 1614[40]
Yarm Standing in 1923[40]

Maps

Notes

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

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.

References

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