[Bell Historians] Fen Ditton (again)
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There is no record of the actual weights of the new bells in E&S records. I don't know if Eijsbouts keep records of the bells they make.
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Subject: [Bell Historians] Fen Ditton (again)
Thanks for the information provided. Does anyone have the weights of the Eijsbouts trebles?
Also, is the date of the T C Lewis bells known?
And - it occurred to me - might the William Haulsey 1623 bell, now on the floor under the tower, have been the treble to the 4 TCL bells? It was apparently the treble of 5 pre-1881, the other bells having been destroyed by fire while in storage. Does anyone know?
Thanks also for the details re St. Kew.
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