De Hoop, Sumar

De Hoop (English: The Hope) is a smock mill in Sumar, Friesland, Netherlands which was built in 1867 and is in working order. The mill is listed as a Rijksmonument.

De Hoop, Sumar

De Hoop, August 2012
Origin
Mill name De Hoop
Mill location Mounepaed 3, 9262 NE Sumar
Coordinates

53°10′4″N5°59′52″E

Operator(s) Gemeente Tytsjerksteradiel
Year built 1867
Information
Purpose Corn mill, formerly also a pearl barley mill
Type Smock mill
Storeys Two storey smock
Base storeys Three storey base
Smock sides Eight sides
No. of sails Four sails
Type of sails Common sails
Windshaft Cast iron
Winding Tailpole and winch
Auxiliary power Formerly a steam engine
No. of pairs of millstones Two pairs
Size of millstones 1.60 metres (5 ft 3 in)

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A windmill that had stood on this site had before 1867. In that year, a corn and pearl barley mill built on this site for Geert Hammens de Jong of Hurdegaryp, Friesland. The mill changed hands a number of times, and was in the ownership of Jouke Hedzers Looijenga of Garyp, Friesland. The mill was destroyed by fire on 19 December 1881. Losses amounted to ƒ9,300. The brick base survived and was advertised for sale in 1882. In that year, permission was sought for a replacement mill and steam engine. This was denied because the proposal did not conform to regulation then in force. The miller’s house and surviving base were purchased at auction by Jacob Jans Formsma for ƒ2,250.[1]

The smock tower of mill was moved from Kootstertille, Friesland by millwright T L Veenstra of Kootstertille.[2] The mill was the Molen van Kootstra, a rye and pearl barley mill that had been built in 1867. The miller, Jacob Hylkes Kootstra, had borrowed ƒ6,000 in 1875 but had been unable to repay the money. The mill was sold by auction on 21 March 1882 to Jacob Jans Formsma and was removed from Kootstertille between 8–10 April. The new mill was named De Hoop.[3] Sipke Rienks Kuipers was the next owner. In 1919, the mill was bought by Anne Terpstra. She sold it in 1920 to Marten Zwart. In 1923, the mill was sold to Anne van der Wal.[4]

De Hoop was working until 1947, after which its condition deteriorated.[5] It was sold to Jan Posthumus in 1956.[4] The mill was purchased by the Gemeente Tytsjerksteradiel in 1964.[5] Restorations were carried out in 1965-66 by Fabrikaat Medendorp of Zuidlaren, Drenthe and in 1992-93 by Bouwbedrijf Kolthof of Stiens, Friesland.[2] The mill is listed as a Rijksmonument, № 35683.[5]

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