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gristmill

[′grist‚mil]
(food engineering)
A mill that grinds grains.

gristmill

A mill for grinding grain; in earlier times powered by the wind, a stream, river, or by tidal water.
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Mark Young, Grist Mill Advisors LLC, 1 Grist Mill Lane, South Natick, MA 01760, 508-720-0302, gristmill1@comcast.
The property is thus a historically important land area only because of its proximity to a historical grist mill and plantation.
i want you to tell me how you got the chance to work the grist mill and what wages you git .
Cades Cove is home to a fully operational grist mill and other historic structures.
People in Athens, London or even Boston might scoff at our fascination with an antiquity that dates back only a couple of hundred years, but in this young state, these are some of the oldest relics of human habitation: an 1808 Moorish fountain, encrusted with moss; the ruins of an 1827 grist mill, its dirt floor choked with grass and its crumbling mortar sprouting weeds; a cemetery with the graves of the earliest settlers; and of course the mission building itself.
Recently, Sheldon Good & Company conducted auction programs on behalf of a Tuxedo Park castle-like estate, prized townhomes in the East 60's, trophy homes in Lloyd Neck and Mill Neck; a magnificent Paul Rudolph-designed waterfront estate in Kings Point overlooking Manhasset Bay; a spectacular waterfront estate in Hewlett Bay Park; a restored grist mill in Hamptonburgh in Orange County, NY; and a former IBM research facility in Ulster, NY.
There is quite a difference in the effort required to protect a grimy industrial site such as a shipyard or slaughter house as opposed to protecting a grist mill or blacksmith shop which have been romanticized in paintings or literature.
You'll see a church, general store, guest house, grist mill, art league exhibit and a historical Murfreesboro exhibit.
With his son, Meyers erected a dam on the river and built Thurlow's first industries, a lumber and grist mill, providing Hastings farmers with an alternative to the long trip to Napanee or Kingston.
The most important find was an intact stone foundation, presumably all that's left of a grist mill used by former owner William Henry Harrison.