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The bridge, which is shown here, crossed the Chad Brook, a tributary of the River Stour. Ingham Water Mill Domesday Book recorded a mill at Ingham dating back prior to 1066. Later Bradmere and Blackbourn would be united as the Blackbourn double hundred, presumably because some of the manorial holdings were inconveniently divided across the two areas.
Culford had no mill and was possibly served by this mill.
One of Abbot Samson's leases dated to 1186 to 1200, recorded that two watermills at Ingham were leased for life to Solomon of Whepstead.
By the time of the Hundred Rolls in 1280, Ingham had two watermills and one windmill.
Fuller information of the mill in its restored state is available on its own webpage accessible from our watermills homepage.
Ixworth Mill This mill stands on the River Blackbourne, and is downstream from Pakenham Mill. It was built in 1800, and survived as a working mill until 1948.
Only a few watermills survived into the 20th century.
Steam power had been added to augment water power in some places, while others were to include diesel engines and steel rollers to replace millstones, if they warranted the investment, or had sufficient faith in the future.
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The town's name indicates that a watermill was located very near to this spot.
The "ford at the mill" was a ford no longer, after 1762.