[Bell Historians] Jeffries and Price of Bristol
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Wed May 12 15:51:19 BST 2004
1 1835 William Jefferies 29 4¾ cwt Eb
2 1835 William Jefferies 30 5½ cwt D
3 1835 William Jefferies 32½ 6½ cwt C
4 1835 William Jefferies 34½ 7¼ cwt Bb
5 1835 William Jefferies 36¾ 8¼ cwt Ab
6 1835 William Jefferies 40 10¾ cwt G
7 1835 William Jefferies 43¼ 13 cwt F
8 1836 William Jefferies 49¾ 20¼ cwt Eb
Frame: metal lowside on grillage of rolled steel joist.
Gear: elm headstocks, plate gudgeons, plain bearings, traditional type
wheel, stays and sliders.
All by Llewellins & James, 1905.
From: David Bryant [mailto:david at b...]
Sent: 12 May 2004 15:24
To: bellhistorians at yahoogroups.com
Subject: Re: [Bell Historians] Jeffries and Price of Bristol
> On the subject of single surviving examples of rings of bells cast
> by one founder.
> Does anybody have any details of the Bells of St Matthews Kingsdown,
> Bristol, and any details about the founders themselves?
> Replies off list, unless you feel anybody else would be interested.
Keep it on-list - I'm sure it will be of general interest. Dave Cawley or
Nick Bowden can probably provide information.
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