[Bell Historians] Pimlico

David Cawley dave at Sf-ypVH_lMJKK7TjMj01rQmRJM5YCqvuHNlU-YhVxxGyt9njZjGOeFu6P-UYism_B9HlDhFkcPBTkbByY42zjvM.yahoo.invalid
Sun Dec 30 13:24:40 GMT 2007

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  From: alantaylor at 5bjZcXXjlahus-ghqSxuNBPzxpPXlHqPT2Onllnh3x9o-ZEjf53u85G3LmOfnm1xyxt0tol9lPf4KFZzO5_o3qVX6Fy5.yahoo.invalid 
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  Subject: RE: [Bell Historians] Pimlico

  Nothing, I'm afraid - I was unaware of it

  dave at izMwgDW5A15KvUeARydMLjc9VjLSNcufXf_cXMvyalSjoNmEeIlJmSl0R8P_fci8hNg5HoCT88sT5DNZxdvihtdn-XiQ4g.yahoo.invalid


  Do you have any information on St James Pimlico Road? I think this was built as an overflow church for St Barnabas.



  From: bellhistorians at yahoogroups.com [mailto:bellhistorians at xokGj5vEutXsj64YlcPhASLMf13kgqvD8sxMwyoS99z6CKMYqkb6-TFAc4zg7_QPIScYk8hhwmpWE-zjw-IBJRAnpg.yahoo.invalidom] On Behalf Of David Cawley
  Sent: 27 December 2007 18:46
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  Subject: Re: [Bell Historians] Pimlico

  Quite possibly the G&J bell which Alan quotes is that at St Mary, Bourne Street, which was founded as a daughter church of St Barnabas. It was formerly known as Graham Street and is sometimes quoted as Westminster rather than Pimlico.  
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