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In 1872, with the huge demand from the farmers in the area for artificial manures, two corn millers, Clark and Ganham, set up their own manufacturing works in the village. They converted their mills for crushing bones and coprolites (SCRO. HA 38/2/76-90) Unfortunately no records have emerged which showed where they were making their purchases from but there were scores of workings in the parishes   along the south-east Suffolk coast.