"Mill Hey" and its gardens were roughly where Bramhall Drive is, with the house under the cul-de-sac end.
The only other nearby old house was "The Oaks" which is now the Oakland Business Centre on Hooton Road. If you dig deep enough in the woods there, you will find remnants of the gardens with streams and an old tennis court.
The windmill was located on the "sticky-out" bit along the north side of the nurseries (if they are still there).
I have no record of a quarry so it must have been fairly recent, although I think they did some trial bores there for water and/or oil.
The woods (and most of the fields) were associated with "Mill Hey" mentioned above and are very old.
I have nothing for the gateposts, not even a path crossing Thornleigh, so again they may be fairly recent or moved from "Mill Hey" for decorative purpose.
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