English chimes in India

George Dawson george at 1WrxFK-x4IZ6foujQiixO-WcmftcsmVmFLtJkHbvpciM1E4YbE_SjuTXY_gsk60OOia0hn3Yj7stURV_LKC9G8CsIeV19Pc.yahoo.invalid
Sat Dec 23 12:38:42 GMT 2006

Oh, and the Mears 8 are at St Georges Anglican Cathedral, Madras.
Mears Daybook for 1871 records SIX bells, tenor 20.1.27.

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Subject: [Bell Historians] English chimes in India

The GCNA Website now has pages for the four English-made chimes (of 
at least 8 bells) in India which are known to me. (See 
http://www.gcna. <http://www.gcna.org/data/IXAPcc.html>
org/data/IXAPcc.html) For three of them, I was able 
to find a fair amount of information, including photographs, but the 
fourth remains largely a mystery. Any additional information which 
my fellow bell historians might be able to provide will be welcome!



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