[Bell Historians] pNBR data

Sam Austin sam0austin at P9qOeBA8znuFuGxSzsurqoYRaFWysyyHcWIIkLwJ1buIRB79FzpBWBJX7g5S74chd6M-zMaBcFPqAjjnHP6jiSU.yahoo.invalid
Sat Jul 21 10:53:29 BST 2007

Culcheth are Taylor's 1923 but something tells me they were a six put up to
8. All true harmonic anyway.

Haven't put it up as thats all the info I have, but hopefully it will prompt
someone to remember/find out the info.



On 7/21/07, John Baldwin <Dovemaster at g4V3_KrkFBqbHt-VGOz3wipX3-5mpVMWpe_8esbVoF0774To5l9wuRQ8T2pV3SjXlMWbaIQAZoyJqa2SVw.yahoo.invalid> wrote:
>   Excluding the 100 Suffolk rings for which we are still hoping for some
> details, the following remain as rings for which we currently have
> nothing at all on the pNBR.
> If anyone can supply us information, it would be much appreciated.
> Loth 3, Colinton, S Cuthbert
> Ches 8, Culcheth (Newchurch), (unknown)
> Ches 3, Helsby, S Paul
> Lancs 8, Lytham (Ansdell, RC), S Joseph
> Christopher Dalton has indicated that in due course he will kindly let
> us have data for:
> Hants 3, Braishfield, All Saints
> Hants 3, Ecchinswell, S Lawrence
> Som 6, Hawkridge, S Giles
> I plan NOT to post any more lists like this until the trawl
> through Suffolk is completed and still some remain outstanding.
> May I take this opportunity to express sincere thanks to ALL who have
> helped us get as close to "full coverage" as it is likely to get in a
> first pass. Many, if not all, are members of this list. Only by
> making it a collaborative job could this result be achieved in such a
> short timescale - less than 2 years from the start (the first bell
> record in the database is dated 29/10/2005). This use of the internet
> and email is probably a groundbreaking way of achieving such a result.
> Now the real work begins: to make certain that as far as we can be,
> all that is showing in the pNBR within Dove is as up-to-date,
> comprehensive, and accurate as it can be. Your continuing help and
> contributions will still be invaluable.
> THANK YOU again.
> John Baldwin
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