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Baptist Mills, Bristol, Gloucester and Somerset, England



 

Notes: Baptist Mills an area of the city of Bristol, England. Thename derives from the former mills which stood in that area.

The solid geology of Baptist Mills comprises TriassicRedcliffe Sandstone, which is overlain by superficialdeposits of Quaternary alluvium in the floodplain of theHorfield Brook and the River Frome.

Baptist Mills is so named from the mills that once stoodthere. A grist (flour) mill is recorded in this area in adocument written in 1470, and again in 1610, when they aremarked on Chester and Master's Map of Kingswood.

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