The site of a possible watermill, which was recorded in the Domesday survey and later in the Medieval period, but for which there is subsequently no evidence. It was located 300m north west of Wasperton.
Documentary evidence suggests that this may have been the site of a windmill in use during the Imperial period. 'Windmill Hill' was marked on a tithe map of 1842, but there is no longer any trace of an associated windmill mound in this field, south west of Umberslade Park.
The possible site of a windmill dating back to the Post Medieval period. The site lies 1km south east of Marton.
Documentary evidence suggests that this is the site of a windmill of uncertain date. It was marked on an estate map of 1817, and a possible mill mound is visible as an earthwork. It stood 1.4 km north west of Pillerton Hersey.
Documentary evidence suggests that this is the site of a Post Medieval windmill. Its location was 700m west of Wroxall Abbey.
The possible site of a Medieval watermill associated with Stoneton deserted settlement. Some earthworks survive at the site which lies 400m south east of Newfield Pool.
The possible site of a watermill dating to the Medieval period is suggested by documentary evidence. The site is located 100m south east of the church at Ashow.
The possible site of a Medieval watermill is suggested by documentary evidence. The site lies to the west of the church at Ashow.
The possible site of a Post Medieval watermill or fulling mill where cloth was beaten and cleaned. The mill may have existed in the area of Bubbenhall but its exact location is unknown.
The possible site of a windmill which dated from the Medieval period. An earthwork, which might be the remains of a windmill mound, is situated 200m north west of the church in Napton on the Hill.