Gomshall Mill was a corn milling watermill

The booklet is available from  Amazon.uk, Hampshire Mills Group and ebay.uk 

For many centuries, watermills for milling corn to produce flour were once a familiar site in Surrey. However, with the introduction of steam power and then electricity, the use of rural water powered mills declined and came to an end. Gradually some mills fell into ruin, some were demolished or adapted to other uses - few have survived. Although non-operational, one attractive survivor is the mill at Gomshall, Surrey. Its appearance has changed little and it gives one a glimpse into part of Surrey's past industrial heritage.

This 28 page, black & white booklet by Nigel S. Harris entitled "Gomshall Mill, the Harris millers and their Shere connection" describes the use, history and owners of Gomshall Mill. In particular it reviews the Harris family of millers, who were associated with the mill from around 1750 until 1806. It is illustrated throughout and contains images not previously published elsewhere. ISBN 9780955150104

Customer feedback:- Very impressive and enjoyable description of the history, and involvement of the Author's antecedents in the development, of Gomshall Mill. It gives an excellent insight into how society operated over previous centuries. 

Other books by Nigel S. Harris

for sale on ebay, Amazon and Hampshire Mills Group website:

  1. Corn Watermills of the National Trust in England
    ISBN 9780955150166

  2. The Corn Mill Drawings of John Brandrick
     ISBN 9780955150159

  3. Wheat Flour Milling from Millstones to Rollers     ISBN 9780955150142

  4. Traditional Corn Milling Watermills         ISBN 9780955150135

  5. Watermills and Stoneground Flour Milling
     ISBN 9780955150128

  6. Modern Vacuum Practice  ISBN 9780955150111

Link to: The authors Amazon web page

Link to: The authors Bibliography of Work