Site of Sawbridge Mill, Wolfhampcote
The site of Sawbridge Mill, a watermill which was built during the Medieval period. It continued to be used until the middle of the Imperial period. It was situated 300m north east of Sawbridge.
1 A mill at Sawbridge is recorded in 1291.
2 In 1333 ‘Ketesmulne’ was granted to the rector of Wolfhampcote. Sawbridge Mill is marked on Yates’ map of 1787-9 but does not appear later. The site of the mill is marked by a footbridge across the stream.
3 Reference 1 considers ‘Ketelesmulne’ and the mill at Sawbridge to be two separate sites. See PRN 2943 for a possible site for ‘Ketelesmulne’.