[Bell Historians] Blews bells and Brmingham bells

Susan Dalton dalton.family at v...
Sat May 24 14:34:32 BST 2003

Dear Chris

Tyntesfield Thomas Eayre bell is perfectly normal, not a dish bell.

Rowberrow L & J did F & F complete in 1907 and none of the bells.

L & J List. I haven't had a chance to go through it yet: something to look
forward to! Also look forward to update that you mentioned, following input
from JGMS etc.

Just off to Anglesey. Doubt if there will be any time for any bells.
Sometime I will do a progress list, as for Pembs.

Happy Days. C
>From: "Chris Pickford" <c.j.pickford at t...>
>To: <bellhistorians at yahoogroups.com>
>Subject: [Bell Historians] Blews bells and Brmingham bells
>Date: Thu, May 22, 2003, 2:40 pm

> Thanks for Lancashire suggestions so far - all worth exploring, but not
> looking promising. Singleton is out - a T Mears six of 1811 according to
> Cheetham. St.Anne's on Sea possible, but only if the Blews bells preceded
> what's there now - a Taylor 8 of 1890 at the parish church (St.Anne), and a
> Taylor clock chime of 1913 at St.Thomas. Any more ideas or info?
> Trowbridge - yes, thanks. Newspaper reference already noted from Anne's
> "Heard but not seen" book about Bradford on Avon parish church, where Blews
> recast a bell in 1870.
> CP
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