A is so often the case;, I was looking for one thing and found another. I wanted to find out some history of Grenloch Lake but I found Watermills of Camden County, by i William Farr this excellent link instead. In this collection of links and documents was the Water Mills of West Jersey by William Farr, but I couldn't get anything about Grenloch. What I did find was more on my own ancestor's Mills:
Major Peter T. Cheeseman.
Also, a nice postal photo of Evan's Mill at Haddonfield. There is a nice little pond there that I like to walk around also.
I had a good time checking out the many interesting thing on this wonderful web site including the Hessian maps of South Jersey.
Mills have always fascinated me and I was green with envy when I saw the collection of old mill paintings collected by Sue Hueskin and on display in her home. Sue Hueskin is a supplier of Colonial era clothing to re-enactors and a re-enactor herself. You can find her and her stall at most Colonial re-enactment events. When I was a volunteer at Red Bank Battlefield, I had an entire outfit: petticoat, bodice, cape and a mantua for special occasions, from her. She is a very nice person as well as a talented costumer. I wish I had thought to collect those old mill paintings. Perhaps I will simply have to get out my supplies and start painting my own. Maybe I could do a painting of Cheeseman's Mill, a photo of which is in one of the mill booklet from Camden County Historical Society.
A collection of tours and hikes from Mill Ponds, by county, would be an interesting project! Meanwhile, I found nothing on Grenloch.
Another great link for info on Timber Creek.