[Bell Historians] Fw: [c-r] Where's This Tower

Chris Pickford c.j.pickford at t...
Mon Nov 3 01:47:21 GMT 2003

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It's Henbury, near Bristol - Warner rehanging in 1914. Bells are 1-2 Taylor=
1897 (with cast iron stocks), 3, 4 and 7 Warner 1857, 6 and 8 Evans 1717. =
The fifth - recast by Warners in 1914 - was also by Evans, 1717

Nice photo!

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I thought that Paul might possibly stand a better chance on this list in =
quest for identification of his ring of bells.

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From: "Paul C Johnson" <paul at l...>
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Sent: Saturday, November 01, 2003 4:56 PM
Subject: [c-r] Where's This Tower

> I have an uncaptioned postcard showing 8 bells either being taken from =
> returned to a tower in the early 1900s.
> Fragments of inscriptions are just about readable.
> If anyone is interested in trying to identify the tower they can find t=
> picture here:
> http://www.llangorse.clara.net/wtt.htm
> Paul Johnson
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