[Bell Historians] St John's Bradford

David Cawley dcawley at w...
Sun Apr 18 20:38:07 BST 2004

No. There is a commemorative inscription on one of them recording the original St John's bells. The Barwell bells all had special inscriptions, some of considerable length; the Mears bell (5#) just had THOMAS MEARS FOUNDER LONDON 1840. Unusual - he usually put T. or THOMAS MEARS OF LONDON FOUNDER (or FECIT) + date.


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From: David Bryant 
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> Nett weights received at Loughborough April 1966. The treble & 3rd were
retained and subsequently recast as the two trebles in 12 at the Cathedral.

Did they reproduce the inscriptions? I've rung at Bradford Cathedral but not
been up to look at the bells.


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