[Bell Historians] Shepton Mallett

David Bryant djb122 at y...
Thu Mar 6 10:23:16 GMT 2003

Perhaps it's one of those dubious ones which appeared in Dove with no
identifiable source. An example of this is St James, Taunton, which is
listed as 19-3-14. I've found no source for this, and I doubt if it's more
than about 17½ cwt.

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> Anyone know where the "Dove" weight of 24-3-25 for Shepton Mallett,
> Somerset came from? The old weight-table in the tower just gives
> approximate weights, and this largely Rudhall ring was last rehung by
> Llewellins & James in 1910. If 24-3-25 is a genuine exact weight, are
> there weights for the others?
> Andrew Bull
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