[Bell Historians] Re: Liverpool Diocese
a.bull at s...
Tue Mar 11 10:37:52 GMT 2003
Good luck to all those who are carrying out County/Diocescan surveys.
However, it seems there will now be something of a problem to all those
engaged in such activities now - namely, Whitechapel's reluctance to allow
access to their records. Until this situation changes, it will be very
difficult to publish a full and complete survey of any area.
From: Alan J.Birney [mailto:fartwell2000 at y...]
Sent: 11 March 2003 10:34
To: bellhistorians at yahoogroups.com
Subject: [Bell Historians] Re: Liverpool Diocese
--- In bellhistorians at yahoogroups.com, "George Dawson" <George at d...>
> We all know John Greenhough is working on the bells in Manchester
> but is anyone working on Liverpool Diocese, or come to that
I have personally covered about 80% of bells both secular and non
secular within the boundries of the Blackburn Diocese and will
eventually put up details of them on a web page. There a few secular
bells still eluding me for example the single bell at Dutton Manor(Nr
Ribchester) and the single bell at Megita house(Nr Langho) to name a
The three mini rings within the Diocese will also be documented on
the web page.
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