[Bell Historians] FW: RE: Fred E Dukes International Bell Fund

Peter Rivet peter at zxJywpeA09UKz558i-utEC81Ay_hHf-We5qyqfzd06IDH0-bBb3t3RQ59mKNoF8sDr3l8lqTVkOsejUO.yahoo.invalid
Sun Jan 14 14:32:20 GMT 2007

St James Croydon was in St James Road - that's in the area north of West
Croydon railway station and south of the Mayday Hospital so it was fairly
close to the Gillett & Johnston foundry.  According to Pevsner it was a
Commissioners' church of 1827-29 designed by Robert Wallace: yellow brick
with thin lancets and a lean tower.  The tower had "odd triplet openings".
The chancel of 1881 was added by Charles Henman.


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