[Bell Historians] RE: Research Project

Neil Skelton neil.tcct at v...
Fri Oct 31 09:45:46 GMT 2003

The fourth at Enford, Wilts is the bell featured in the John Taylor & Co
collection of post cards 'Old bell with iron headstock'. It shows the side
with the Royal Arms.

Neil Skelton.

----- Original Message -----
From: "Susan Dalton" <dalton.family at v...>
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Subject: Re: [Bell Historians] RE: Research Project

> Anne Willis writes:
> >
> > John Lott I of Warminster cast the 5/6 (now 9/10) for Edington in 1647
> > the Royal Arms.
> >
> > A leaflet on the 10 bells suugests that this may not reflect his own
> > sympathies, but those of Lady Anne Beachamp who is said to have held
> > Royalist meetings at her home next to the church. [That is a pure guess
> the part of the writer of the leaflet! CD]
> >
> > A 1648 bell by Lott for Erlestoke, the next church along the road, has
> > such ornament.
> But many other Lott bells do (eg Silton, Enford) and so do many by Richard
> Purdue I and a few by other Purdues.
> >
> C D
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