Rock, J. and Davidson, L. (2018). Heritage Assessment and Statement of Significance, Hartpury Mill, Hartpury, Glous, GL19 3DE. Rock Davidson Associates. https://doi.org/10.5284/1051421. Cite this using datacite

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Heritage Assessment and Statement of Significance, Hartpury Mill, Hartpury, Glous, GL19 3DE
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Assessment of The Water Mill and associated buildings on site. A fine example of a Water Mill [GDII listed] of C18/early C19 origins with some internal features remaining and it is important architecturally, historically, aesthetically and has communal value. In a lease in 1539 a Mill is mentioned as the Abbot's water mill and vineyard. The great barn [The Tithe Barn to the SouthEast of the site] would have been used by the Abbey to store produce from the manor. There has been historically a Mill on this site for hundreds of years and it has historical associations with the Hartpury Manor Estate until it was sold in 1919. There is evidential phasing from the 18th/ early 19th century, and is today still architectural readable. The Granary which may have not originally been a Granary but used as storage with the prolificcider making in the vicinity. From at least the 17th century fruit orchards, particularly for cider and perry, became a major feature of this area including the Hartpury pear most probably converted into perry. The Mill House has undergone changes and was most likely rebuilt in 1838 possibly reusing some of the materials from an earlier cottage. The front elevation of the cottage is the most significant and can be seen with the Mill from afar.
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Jacob Rock
Louisa Davidson
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Rock Davidson Associates
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2018
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Parish: HARTPURY
County: GLOUCESTERSHIRE
District: FOREST OF DEAN
Site: Hartpury Mill
Country: England
Grid Reference: 377763, 223683 (Easting, Northing)
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22 Mar 2019
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