[Bell Historians] Re: Emscote

David Cawley dcawley at w...
Sun Feb 6 23:36:25 GMT 2005

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Most interesting, and apologies -I stand corrected on the location.

As to the rest of the affair, I expect there is a degree of truth in whiche=
ver version of the final events one hears / accepts. However, my descriptio=
n of the frame (or is it frames?) may be accepted; and from what the image =
tells us, most of the spire had gone before the final events.


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Subject: [Bell Historians] Re: Emscote

Sorry David, Mike and I aren't ganging up on you, but the photograph on t=
he cover of the book you mention - entitled The Lost Architectural Landscap=
es of Warwickshire. Volume 1 - The South. - actually shows St.James, Stratf=
ord upon Avon, and not Emscote. This church (also by James Murray - 1850s, =
but with a later tower and spire not unlike Emscote) was demolished in 1968=
. There was one Mears bell of the 1850s

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