[Bell Historians] Peculiar Churches.

David Cawley dave at cYvAqp10hPWkJ4r4c9bMEW5jjP_RifIlE22-9cTtxNgh5gNFJKAbBUZv6XVqmd5wX8V1TbpoZPELh1IPlBoawalRZg.yahoo.invalid
Tue Dec 26 18:52:35 GMT 2006

Which just goes to show that Wilkipedia or whatever its called does not know everything.

D. L. Cawley, FSA, BD, AKC,
Vicar, The Royal Foundatuion of St Mary de Castro, Leicester, The Queen's Preacher at The Newarke

  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: David Bryant 
  To: bellhistorians at yahoogroups.com 
  Sent: Tuesday, December 26, 2006 4:02 PM
  Subject: RE: [Bell Historians] Peculiar Churches.

  From Wikipedia:

  The Collegiate Church of St Peter, Westminster (Westminster Abbey) 
  St George's Chapel, Windsor Castle (The Sovereign's Free Chapel of St George
  in the Sovereign's Castle of Windsor), along with the Royal Chapel of All
  Saints, Windsor 
  The chapels associated with the Chapel Royal: 
  The Chapel Royal, St. James's Palace 
  The Queen's Chapel, St James's Palace 
  The Chapel Royal, Hampton Court 
  The Chapel of St John the Evangelist in the Tower of London 
  The Chapel of St Peter ad Vincula in the Tower of London 
  The Queen's Chapel of the Savoy 
  The Royal Foundation of St Katharine, In Ratcliffe, London 
  The Royal Peculiar of St Endellion, Padstow, Cornwall 
  The Royal Peculiar of Middleham (St Mary and Alkelda), Richmond, North
  The Royal Peculiar of St Michael's College, Tenbury (St Michael's and All
  Angels), Leominster, Herefordshire 
  The Royal Peculiar of the Temple Church of St Mary 
  The Royal Peculiar of Lincoln's Inn 
  The Royal Peculiar of Gray's Inn 

  As regards bells, there are rings at Westminster Abbbey (10, Windsor Castle
  (8), St Endellion (6), Middleham (8).


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