[Bell Historians] Re: Wye tenor was Wolverhampton tenor
jameshedgcock at h...
Thu Jun 17 11:56:49 BST 2004
--- In bellhistorians at yahoogroups.com, "LOVE, Dickon"
<dickon.love at a...> wrote:
> Wye tenor was cast in 1774 by Pack & Chapman, sent out at 23-0-15
> ?Whitechapel peals book 1774).
> It was retuned by Warners in 1914 to 20-2-10 (as weighed by
> Whitechapel retuned it in 1975 to 19-1-8 (as weighed by Whitechapel
> So overall it went from 23-0-15 to 19-1-8, which I assume also
> removal of canons and drilling.
My source says that the reduction from 23 0 15 to 20 2 10 by
Warners included the removal of canons.
Sorry Whitechapel,I should read my notes more carefully. Whitechapel
reduced the weight to 19 1 8 as Dickon says.
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