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Hogsthorpe
 
Hogsthorpe, Blanchard's Mill
Hogsthorpe, Blanchard's Mill
Hogsthorpe, Blanchard's Mill

Only a small remnant remains of this tower mill, also known as High Mill.

It was raise twice and the sails removed oin 1921.

Unusually, it was rendered with cement at some point.

Location of mill: TF 545 721

Peter Kirk Collection, 2002
Hogsthorpe, Sivil's Mill, windmill, Peter Kirk
Hogsthorpe, Sivilís Mill
Hogsthorpe, Sivilís Mill
Hogsthorpe, Sivilís Mill

Sivilís Mill of High Mill at Hogsthorpe, which stood in Mill Lane, lost its cap and sails in a severe gale in January 1881.

It was repaired by Saunderson, millwrights of Louth, and also heightened by one storey, not an uncommon occurrence.

Postcard from David Robinson Collection, 1923

Hogsthorpe, windmill, Sivil's Mill, Saunderson
Hogsthorpe, Sivilís Mill
Hogsthorpe, Sivilís Mill
Hogsthorpe, Sivilís Mill

This is a three-storey mill - later heightened - with four sails built on Mill Lane.

It was extensively damaged in a severe gale in 1881.

Jon Sass Collection, undated photograph

Hogsthorpe, Hign Mill, windmill, Jon Sass
Hogsthorpe, St Mary
Hogsthorpe, St Mary
Hogsthorpe, St Mary

A patchwork of greenstone and brick, St Maryís in Hogsthorpe is largely Early English in style with a chancel of 1870.

The top of the tower is Perpendicular. Inside can be found a Perpendicular font and Georgian pulpit.

The church is open during the day.

Mark Acton, 2013

Hogsthorpe, St Mary church,
Hogsthorpe, St Mary
Hogsthorpe, St Mary
Hogsthorpe, St Mary

The south aisle, seen here, was rebuilt with red brick laid in English bond in the seventeenth century.

Peter Kirk Collection, 2002

Hogsthorpe, St Mary