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Documentary and literary evidence relating to Burwash Forge and Wynhamford Mill, East Sussex.

Mees, K. (2010) 'Documentary and literary evidence relating to Burwash Forge and Wynhamford Mill, East Sussex.', Wealden iron., 30 (2). pp. 10-29.


This article has been adapted from a desk-based assessment, conducted as part of the MA in Landscape Archaeology at the University of Bristol in February 2009. The area of study consisted of a 1km2 plot, approximately 1.5km southwest of the village of Burwash. It incorporates the sites of Burwash Forge (TQ 6631 2313), which lies within the parish of Burwash, and Wynhamford Mill (TQ 6560 2235), across the parish border in Brightling. Documentary research has revealed much about the nature of the industrial activities that took place at these sites in the medieval and post-medieval periods, and about the families and individuals who were involved in these enterprises.

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