[Bell Historians] Peculiar Churches.

Andrew Aspland aaspland at NqCfOrisqILE9Wl6iHVX3fb2Vr6iIhiG5DShAec67GRYLd5jXE24E7NpXjKVYHuzfhuD3DBXBy4mFuA.yahoo.invalid
Wed Dec 27 12:30:54 GMT 2006

Masham of course is famous for its OLD PECULIER beer which is related to
peculiar churches.  Is this Masham or could it be MIddleham?
Masham's patron is now Trinity College Cambridge and Middleham's include the
  -----Original Message-----
  From: bellhistorians at yahoogroups.com
[mailto:bellhistorians at yahoogroups.com]On Behalf Of David Bryant
  Sent: 26 December 2006 18:54
  To: bellhistorians at yahoogroups.com
  Subject: RE: [Bell Historians] Peculiar Churches.

  > These are all said to be royal peculiars (though I actually have doubts
  about some of them, despite 'Wikipedia' and other sources).

  But it says it on the internet so it must be true :-)

  Middleham certainly seems dubious - it is listed as part of the Ripon &
  Leeds Diocese on their website, and is a joint parish containing three
  churches in addition to Middleham. One of the patrons of the living is the
  Bishop of Ripon and Leeds. This does rather contradict Wikipedia's
  that it is a 'Royal peculiar of the present day'.


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