[Bell Historians] Multiple homes for bells

George Dawson george at C0pKJa5R_AITZEEIuwvqnMo6npZnNWexreaVIvwNOa3A4DATW1X-Tu5o5JXK4MZVtIMkgTwdlsAsPBPY-LasPRtV8jI.yahoo.invalid
Mon Dec 24 14:09:14 GMT 2007

It was when Ran Clouston went!



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Sent: 24 December 2007 12:21
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    Is this bell still at Ampleforth?



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From: George Dawson <mailto:george at _3iIhfHVOiAiFLnPsvwdiqv6ufWkQLUVke9IjLFbKvJ2ExtdCWLEi3CM-U723gNkZXHSm_fCfX0dv6zKKzOK-fLgN85XvA.yahoo.invalid>  

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Sent: Monday, December 24, 2007 8:37 AM

Subject: [Bell Historians] Multiple homes for bells


How about this one on 4:

Newcastle Guildhall

Newcastle Cathedral

Lumley Castle

Ampleforth Abbey (RC)

The John Hodson 1658 bell



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