[Bell Historians] Bell Recordings

Chris Pickford c.j.pickford at t...
Sun May 19 09:25:54 BST 2002

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Illogan - six bells by Mears & Stainbank 1889, replacing an earlier ring of=
the same number (tenor 7-3-2). Weights 3-3-7, 4-1-0, 4-3-5, 5-0-10, 6-0-4,=
7-2-9. Originally hung by William Aggett of Chagford. Rehung on ball beari=
ngs by Gilletts in 1930. Rehung locally about 5 years ago, but only rung a =
few times as the job was unsatisfactory. Now regarded unringable, I believe

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Subject: [Bell Historians] Bell Recordings

Help! Has anybody any information on the bells of Saint Illogan? Th=
web site for Pettistree has a recording of 8 bells were they augmented at
the restoration a few years ago?
>From : John Ketteringham of Lovely Lincoln in Lincolnshire, England

Friends of Lincoln Cathedral : http://www.eccentrix.com/misc/lincoln/
Bell Recordings : http://www.eccentrix.com/personal/johnketteringham/

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