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Report - Morden Mill - Dorset - Feb 2012

Discussion in 'Other Sites' started by Chaos, Apr 28, 2012.

  1. Chaos

    Chaos 28DL Regular User
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    I've searched high and low for info on this place and can't find anything except for the fact that it's grade 2 listed building. Visited here with Innercityrob one evening we were at a loose end. Thanks to MarkyMark who spotted access was possible and giving us the heads up!

    The mill house next to the actual mill was still sealed so we couldn't get in there. Obviously the resident tramp was evicted and the house boarded up.

    On with the pictures, I hope you like the processing, I've tried something different to try and capture the old feel of the place.












    And a few colour ones to finish off



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  2. Nestbox

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    A personal narrative to readers.

    I am an x BBC Bxr Researcher. I love many things such as Cartography,
    History, Prehistory, Human Evolution and Historical Psychology; Local
    History, Natural History, Photography and all Science since Nought Blob.

    I am a Diarist, Video Diarist, Professional Sound Recordist (Analogue
    Audiophile, Popologist) that has owned a massive music library and did
    all that before you could access long before the internet was established.

    I am from Oxford, but didn't go to the Uni, but did inherit that ilk via mere
    association. I am erudite, with an unfathomable, volcanic eruption-like
    liking for anything that grabs my imagination. Yes, I have what is human?!

    Personality? Oh dear - in all honesty? Heck... People have often found me
    to be who I am and rapidly adjusted to the change from 'normality'. I am an
    exceedingly considerate and passionate individual, never overwhelming
    until they relate knowing something I don't! You can thank my parents for
    my demeanor = I am a polite Englishman that loves all people. All. Total.
    The only thing lacking in this world is love, and yes, I am an atheist. Devout.

    What follows below is 'a wanting to help'. It is only that, and nothing more,
    yet hope that it might sponsore a reaction from anyone that can accept me.
    I have no time for falsehood, etc. I am me, so kindly, be yourself. Enough.
    Most might deem that I am a nutter, whereas, and in reality, I am
    merely something of a logical and systematical fruitcake!
    Eccentric? Yes, I can be, and that is simply my passionate
    disposition exceeding the bounds of my intellect, my understanding.
    The less I am able to answer enquiries the more passionate/
    obsessive I may become, dependant upon the gravity of the topic
    or issue. I am very far from unique, as all knowledge has bounds,
    and most is only shared - the extension of the established and
    added upon through factual experience, or conjecture (wherein
    lies the fault-line).

    Morden Mill, Morden
    Description: Morden Mill

    Grade: II
    Date Listed: 24 March 1971
    English Heritage Building ID: 108431

    OS Grid Reference: SY9064293887
    OS Grid Coordinates: 390642, 93887
    Latitude/Longitude: 50.7445, -2.1340

    Location: A35, Morden, Dorset BH20 7DU

    Locality: Morden
    Local Authority: Purbeck District Council
    County: Dorset
    Country: England
    Postcode: BH20 7DU


    7/153 Morden Mill
    GV II

    Detached water-mill - not in use. C18, enlarged in C19. Brick walls, with rounded ironstone quoins to the south-east angle. South wall plastered. Slate roof with coped gable on south. Weather vane at apex of this gable. 2 storeys. East elevation has stable door and one casement window with glazing bars on ground floor. Loft door and one top-hung window on first floor. Wheel replaced by turbine in late C19. Most machinery remains, included hoist wheel on south gable. RCHM Monument 44.

    Join Date
    Dec 2013
    second house in the middle on the right
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    Re: Morden mill Wareham Dorset 2013
    was very nice on the way out a farmer who regularly checks the site asked what we were doing i replied just taking pics he said it was nice to see people taking a interest in abandoned places an said we were on private property an we had to leave but said in the near FUTURE THEY ARE RESTORING THE PLACE. From Oblivion State.

    b(44) Morden Mill (906938), with brick walls and slated roof, was built in the 18th century and extended and much altered in the 19th. On the first floor are three pairs of mill stones which were originally driven by an overshot waterwheel inside the mill, but this was replaced by a turbine in the late 19th century; corn bins and hoppers are contained in the roof space. From British History Online : Morden.
    Public info
    Property type: Detached house | Tenure: Freehold

    This 4 bed freehold detached house is located at Morden Mill, Morden Park Corner, Wareham BH20 7DJ. From Zoopla.
    Further refs' inc' Morden

    Transcribed and donated to the Dorset OPC Project by Kim Parker

    Kelly’s 1848 Kelly’s 1880 Kelly’s1898 Wilson 1870-2 Bartholomew 1887


    Kelly’s 1848 Kelly’s 1880 Kelly’s1898 Wilson 1870-2 Bartholomew 1887

    In my many hours of research I crossed many astonishing facts that

    are merely eye-opening... try these (in brief) :


    Transcribed and donated to the Dorset OPC Project by Kim Parker

    Kelly’s 1848 Kelly’s 1880 Kelly’s1898 Wilson 1870-2 Bartholomew 1887

    Judith; MUNDEN; Wife; M; 63; ; Sturminster Marshall; F87p1

    NB Sturminster = dairy agriculture region, around which the town's economy is built.

    Wives dealt with domestic handcrafts as cottage industry, such as

    Mary Jane; MUNDEN; Daug; Un; 20; Laundress; Morden; F87p

    Sherford Farm; Elizabeth ; CLARKE *******; Visitor; Un; 25; Dress Maker; Tarrant Hinton; F87p2

    Sarah Ellen; JOYCE; Daug; Un; 16; Glove Knitter; Morden; F93p14

    ; ; Mary Emma; JOYCE; Daug; Un; 14; Glove Knitter; Morden; F93p14

    ; ; Betsy Ann; JOYCE; Daug; Un; 12; Glove Knitter; Morden; F93p14

    NB. I was going to do a full analysis on this issue but it is too fascinating

    to abridge here, and it is best if the reader merely gawps with an open-

    mouth themselves! Put it like this - in modern terms and language... you

    didn't pop to a shop and get your clothing off the peg. You were made to

    stand - and the item was bespoke crafted for you. You got to know them

    on a personal level, just like your cobbler, blacksmith and quack doctor.

    How many of your own could you now call 'neighbours', and moreover,

    a friend? Well that is how the locals, and local economy operated, it was

    a TOTALLY different mindset, a different attitude, as each was so highly

    dependant upon each other. Psychologically, we have lost a great asset,

    an ideal, and association, one borne of dependance of the other based

    upon necessary goodwill and understanding: Think about this, and sigh!

    West Morden | Dorset Life - The Dorset Magazine
    Images for morden mill dorset

    This project is a beginning, one that is now started and that will never

    reach completion as it is ongoing and in need of updating, only. That I

    began this string is of no consequence, yet Morden Mill is. I know of so

    very many, and while I breath, must endeavour to save where others of

    that place no longer do not.

    That is the sole purpose behind writing what you you just read.

    Now if you wish to connect with me then have no hesitation.

    I am just another person, a sentient like you, and it would be a

    pleasure to chat. Its that simple.



    PS. Soryy four erors, but aside of being facetious, I am exceedingly

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