[Bell Historians] Woodchurch etc

CHRIS PICKFORD c.j.pickford.t21 at b...
Sat Feb 26 23:08:21 GMT 2005

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One for Nigel Taylor / Whitechapel to resolve, I feel. It's clear that the =
foundry records give 4-0-3, but a knowledge of the tuning and weighing at t=
he time procedures may enable Nigel to explain the discrepancy and decide w=
hich weight to use. Whitechapel certainly marked weights like this, but mos=
t that I've seen tally with the weights recorded in the records. This is un=

There's a chalked weight inside the tenor at Cold Brafield, Bucks, cast in =
1828 by Taylors at Oxford. The same weight for this bell (3-3-4) is also re=
corded in one of the very old notebooks at Loughborough!

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