Heythrop, Oxon

jimhedgcock jameshedgcock at h...
Wed May 5 23:55:27 BST 2004

--- Nearly all of this detail is available in 
Sharpe's 'Oxfordshire'. A much easier way of gleaning the 

In bellhistorians at yahoogroups.com, "Nick Bowden" <nickwbowden at f...> 
> My non-ringing brother who lives in the village, arranged this 
> visit.
> Three excellent bells, 22½", 23¾" and 26" diameter, notes, G, F# 
and E,
> cast by T.C. Lewis of Brixton in 1880, hanging in the treble, 2nd 
and 3rd
> pits of an oak frame for eight. Each inscribed:
> T:C:L [and opposite] MDCCCLXXX
> and have what appear to be 'Doncaster Canons'.
> Traditional ringing fittings in a somewhat delicate condition 
except that
> the
> tenor wheel has been replaced by a lever. I wonder if they could be 
> up?
> Nick Bowden

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