[Bell Historians] Introducing my self and interests
john.ketteringham at n...
Tue Feb 26 10:04:35 GMT 2002
With regard to Robert's query could I point out that Belleyetere simply
means that William was a Bell yeter or Bell maker. A variation of this is
William le Bellgeter of Lincoln.
>From John R. Ketteringham of Lovely Lincoln in Lincolnshire, England
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Subject: [Bell Historians] Introducing my self and interests
> Hello everybody.
> My interests in bells are the Rufford and Belleyeteres bell founders.
> The Ruffords being my ancestors on my mothers side of the family. I
> am interested in finding out of any other bells made by the above and
> any founders marks they used. I live near to Derby and work from home
> to the Bedford Cambridge and Milton Keynes areas. If I see any one
> wanting help and I can I will.
> I have asked Gloucester cathedral for the founders marks on Great
> Peter but if any one as any details on these they would be welcome.
> Robert Lunn
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