worth while again, so put up present structure which has weathered all the storms since.
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There is a very old house near the sea, on the sea-road which was once owned by family named Stokes. Lady Ripton came into possession of it after. It is now a stocking factory The name of the place is Greyfort.
On the Sea-road nearer to the village are the ruins of an old mill. This mill supplied the people all round with flour. Wheaten meal and Oaten meal. There was a dwelling house