Known as Melin Gwalchmai on the Isle of Anglesey (Ynys Môn) in North Wales.
Felin Gwalchmai Windmill was built in the early 19th century and was in constant use as a Corn Mill until it’s demise around 1930. At some stage, it was converted, and a diesel engine fitted. The Mill is in fact much taller than its’ exterior view reveals, as beneath it is a cellar.
On the 1881 census, the only Miller in the parish is 39-year-old Robert Williams, who lives at the premises named Ty Capel (Chapel House) with his wife, and one visitor. Robert Williams is said to be a Corn Miller.
Near the door of the Windmill lies a stone that has more than one rustic inscription – although they are difficult to read. One inscription appears to be J.W. 1888, and another earlier one has the initials (possibly) R.J. 1?83.
O.S. Coordinates: SH385759.