[Bell Historians] pNBR data

Andrew Bull a_m_bull at bfYms-GL1poPl1XsZB8dUK9TTivZAkC1LmWP2TLg3WTJpID06PAeA8rwERhvfuEGF_te8yrW2Lp7R3IM.yahoo.invalid
Sat Jul 21 22:28:10 BST 2007

I believe that this is the ring listed on ADH’s spreadsheet as “Newchurch
Keynon”. All 1923, tenor 12-0-14 in G. A look on the map deepens this
suspicion, Newchurch, Keynon and Culcheth all being very close together. I
don’t have further details in any of my files, but presumably one of our
Loughborough friends can supply the rest.


Andrew Bull



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--- In bellhistorians@ <mailto:bellhistorians%40yahoogroups.com>
yahoogroups.com, "Sam Austin" <sam0austin at ...> 
> Culcheth are Taylor's 1923 but something tells me they were a six put 
up to
> 8. All true harmonic anyway.

They're not on Andrew Higson's list of complete Taylor rings.



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