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Ponteland Corn Mill (Ponteland)

This was the site of Ponteland Corn Mill, which still stood here in the mid-19th century.

Reference number:N11031
Historical period: Post Medieval (1540 to 1901)
Event(s):DESK BASED ASSESSMENT, Land at Mill House, West Road, Ponteland: Desk Based Assessment and Standing Building Assessment 2011; NP Archaeology Ltd
EVALUATION, An Archaeological Evaluation on land adjacent to Mill House, Ponteland, Northumberland 2012; Archaeological Research Services
TOPOGRAPHIC SURVEY, A Staged Programme of Archaeological Work at Mill House, Ponteland, Northumberland: including building recording, earthwork survey and watching brief 2013; Archaeological Research Services
BUILDING SURVEY, A Staged Programme of Archaeological Work at Mill House, Ponteland, Northumberland: including building recording, earthwork survey and watching brief 2013; Archaeological Research Services
WATCHING BRIEF, A Staged Programme of Archaeological Work at Mill House, Ponteland, Northumberland: including building recording, earthwork survey and watching brief 2013; Archaeological Research Services

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Source of Reference
Local History of Ponteland


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