ExwickThis village on the western edge of Exeter was home to members of the Dowland and South Tawton branches of the Mallett family. Of particular interest is Exwick Mill which was owned by William Richard Mallett, who bought it from the Buller family. William knew Sir Redvers Buller of Boer War fame. William's family lived at Hamlyns Farm which is close to the mill. You can find out more about Exwick Mills at "Exeter Memories".
1960s Mallett's Exonia Recipe Book. Published by WR Mallett Limited of Exwick Flour Mills, Exeter. Promotional pamphlet, 16 pages, with various flour based recipes for cakes, scones, icing, biscuits etc., all in imperial units (as advertised on eBay).
It is now owned by a member of the Mallett family in Australia.
View of the mill from the garden looking north-west.
View of the main building and extension from the south. The scale of the site can be judged from this photograph.
View of the main building and extension.
View of the main building from the road.
View of the main building and loading doors.
St Andrews Church.
View of one of the mill outbuildings.
View across the mill to the St David's area of Exeter.
Close up view of the mill from the north.
View of the mill from the north.
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