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Stockport Ohio Mill and Dam
Stockport Ohio Mill and Dam
The Stockport Mill is the last remaining mill on the Muskingum River. The first mill at this site was built in 1842 and operated only a few years before it burned. A second mill was built in 1849 and operated for 54 years until it caught fire and burned to the ground around 2 a.m. on July 1, 1903. In 1906, the Dover Brothers began construction of the current mill. A local boy, Fred James stated that it was built "plenty sturdy", which was a great foresight seeing as the 1913 flood took out many other mills on the Muskingum. The mill was powered by two Leffel turbines used for grinding. In 1908, the mill began fulfilling a contract to supply the village with electricity for street lights. On April 6, 1928, the Suburban Power Company was given the light contract and hydroelectric operation in the mill was shut down. The Stockport Mill produced Gold Bond Pastry Flour, Pride of the Valley (bread) Flour, and it also ground feed for livestock. In 1942, Fred James and Ray Devitt purchased the mill from the Dover heirs for $4,000. They then sold it to the Farm Bureau and it was operated as the Landmark Mill with Dow Kasler as the manager. In 1979, the Landmark franchise ceased and the mill was taken over by Robert and Jack Grove on July 1. The Groves operated the mill for several years with the help and expertise of their wives, Peggy and Amy, along with Bob and Amy's children. Many 4-H projects got their start at the mill as chicks. Supplies for all the various animals were in stock, along with special halters and show supplies. Garden seeds and plants were also available, in addition to grinding grain for the local farmers. The Mill fell silent in 1997 and the equipment was sold at auction. In October 1998, the Mill was purchased by Randy and Laura Smith of Bellville, Ohio. The Smiths renovated the Mill into a tourist attraction and it opened its doors as the Stockport Mill Inn and Restaurant on the Dam in May, 2000. The building features 14 guest rooms with private balconies overlooking the beautiful Muskingum River along with an eight foot dining terrace which wraps around the Mill from the first floor restaurant. The Mill also features many interesting antiques along with a unique gift shop, and a variety of information on the history and attractions of the local area. Guests are encouraged to visit the "Signing Wall" to "sign their name for posterity" and to "mill around," taking in the beauty of the building and the many attractions it has to offer. Great care was taken in preserving the original architecture and building materials, including the recycling of the slate roof into wall covering. Inside the Mill, guests will find paintings, pictures, and artifacts donated by local (and some not-so-local) Morgan County residents. The basement once again came alive with the sound of spinning turbines and rushing water as the turbine re-installation process was completed in June 2002. The turbines produce around 800,000 kilowatt-hours of electricity per year, supplying the electrical needs for both the Inn and Restaurant with the excess being sold back to AEP. The original Leffel turbines were too corroded to restore but one is still on the premises, in the front of the Inn and the other in the basement. The vintage 100-year-old twin turbines now in use were found in Michigan, reconstructed by David Brown-Kinloch, Soft Energy Assocs., and are viewable through safety glass in the basement of the Mill. The only difference between the early era turbine operation and present day operation is computerization. In July 2004, the Smiths' had parted and the Mill sold at an absolute auction. Dottie Singer of Three Sisters Inn, McConnelsville, Ohio was the winning bidder. Unfortunately, the turbines were silent having been neglected and suffered severe damage the previous year. The new owners first order of business was the restoration and repair of the two historic, but silent, Leffel Turbines. Due to the enormity of the project, government regulations, and river conditions it was November 2006, before the Hydro Project was once again supplying the electricity for Stockport Mill and Restaurant.
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