[Bell Historians] Watlington, Oxon

Bickerton, Roderic K (SELEX) (UK) roderic.bickerton at tWY4cNQvpKYaLRKOhs2xEvmSTH2ZKbxkdP1l7AH3bdm_ABXNmZK3-9xPqYwr1yRmMMxvMx9M9-hqGx_IdMmbzAI1NhbxffafFQ.yahoo.invalid
Thu Oct 19 12:10:44 BST 2006

This is deep in trivia!
One pound difference in 24cwt is under 0.04% difference, well beyond the
accuracy of anything but the most precise weighbridge.

> Watlington tenor (M&S 1869) is a case in point. Dove has shown 24-0-8
> since edition 1 (1950) and yet p433 of Sharpe's Oxfordshire (Vol 1
> appearing in 1949, the two visits to Watlington being 1948 and 1952)
> shows 24-0-7. Those dates are all sufficiently close for one not to be

> able to postulate a typo either on FS's part or RHD's.

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