[Bell Historians] Re: Chime and chime again

matthewhigby at a... matthewhigby at a...
Tue Jul 22 16:57:39 BST 2003

In a message dated 22/07/03 13:12:42 GMT Daylight Time, je.walton at v... 

> Having visited Tyntesfield myself, I am interested 
> to know where the 1815 Mears bell was to be found - the article seems 
> to imply it was not in the turret, nor in the 'spirelet'. My tour 
> guide did not refer to the bells, even though the history of the 
> Eayre bell makes a nice little story, even for those without specific 
> interest in bells (it is possibly the oldest datable artefact in the 
> house) - perhaps worth suggesting to the NT? Keep up the good work 
> in bringing our passion as bell historians to a wider audience...

The 1815 Mears bell sits, unhung on a table in the cellar. The sets of 
servents bells are also worth seeing!

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