Sunday, May 5, 2013

Eastern Terrace Today... and Yesterday

Fashionable Brighton 1820-1860 by Antony Dale

Here's an update on  information I had provided regarding Eastern Terrace, the last dwelling of Lady Dorothy Mills, once the globe-trotting sister-in-law of George Mills:

Vinylrichie has left a new comment on your post "Steyning Mansions Hotel, Eastern Terrace, Brighton...":

As a resident of Eastern Terrace for the past decade, I must correct your assertion that "Among other units on Eastern Terrace, numbers 4, 5, 7, 8, and 9 are now owned and maintained by Brighton Polytechnic as Halls of Residence".
The properties are now all in provate hands and have not been used as student accommodation for many years. Nos 8 and 9 are still individual, one-family houses worth in excess of £3m. All the others are sub-divided into flats.
Here is link to fascinating piece of history about Eastern Terrace...

Posted by Vinylrichie to Who is George Mills? at January 16, 2013 at 6:28 PM 

Thank you, sir or madam!


  1. There is a book, "George MILLS". Am not sure if party was related to him, or just was writing about

    an anonymous "any George MILLS' who has lived or will live. Am curious , are you related to this

    MILLS family tree?

    Am trying to find a male MILLS who lives in England that might consider joining the MILLS DNA project.

    So far over 180 have tested on the one web site, under MILLS.

    Has sorted us all out nicely. Smaller research areas. And does help to keep from 'going down the

    wrong road". And to maybe get past 'brick walls".

  2. I have a picture of Lady Acland for sale