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Clifford Chambers. Mr. Sam Field

Mr Sam Field, clerk at Clifford Mill, Clifford Chambers. 1900s

Clifford Chambers. R. S. Smith and mill workers

Mr R.S. Smith and his workers at Clifford Mill, Clifford Chambers. 1900s

Clifford Chambers. Richard Sydney Smith

Richard Sydney Smith, miller, of Clifford Chambers Lodge. 1900s [The Smith family were millers in Clifford Chambers between 1872 and 1926.]

Clifford Chambers. Waggon and horses from Clifford Mill

Waggon and horses belonging to R.S. Smith of Clifford Mills, Clifford Chambers. 1900s


A flail, from Church Lawford, made from a long wooden rod called a hand-staff. This rod has metal fixings at one end, which join the handle to a metal loop, called a souple or swiple. This loop is able ...

Quern Stone Base

The base of a quern stone, which was used for grinding corn. There is a central hole in the base for a stick and a hole has been pierced through the side for flour.

Warwick. Saxon Mill

The miller and his wife outside their house, Guy's Cliffe Mill, Warwick. 1910

Wooden Flour Barrel

Round wooden flour barrel, bound by three hoops. The handle is held in place by wooden pins. Late 19th century 240mm diameter x 248mm