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John P. Cable Grist Mill in Cades Cove. John Cable Grist Mill built in the early 1870s. Corn meal can be purchased at the Cades Cove Visitor Center seasonally. In the early 1870s when John Cable built his mill at the west end of Cades Cove, it was surrounded only by his fields. Like most farmers with gristmills, Cables milling was a part-time job.
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Jun 23, 2007 The Rock Run Mill was built in 1794 by John Stump, a prominent businessman, on land originally known as Land of Promise. The mill was in continuous operation until 1954. It is one of the oldest mills still standing in Harford County. The building was restored by the State of Maryland in 1965.
The Cable Mill which was built by John Cable in 1867, is one of the most popular landmarks in Cades Cove. In the late 1800s, this mill provided homesteads with a place to turn corn or wheat into flour for making bread. In addition to converting grains into flour, the mill was used to mill lumber.
A mill has occupied this site on John Robinsons land grant of 1657, sold to Edward King, then John Carter, since 1666. The Great Mill of Johns son, Robert, fell to Roberts son, Charles, who petitioned the court authority in 1783, to rebuild. Many owners and changes after this