[Bell Historians] St. Breward, Cornwall
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Fri May 4 08:49:02 BST 2007
JT inspection of 1934 confirms that the tenor IS Warner 1885, treble date is given as 1875 though. The bells were subsequently rehung by another company (unspecified in correspondence) in 1936 ish.
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Subject: [Bell Historians] St. Breward, Cornwall
Originally a ring of 5 by Fitzanthony Pennington II, 1758, with a treble added by Mears & Stainbank, 1878.
Has the tenor been recast?
John Scott's Pennington list, Dove Online and the National Bells Register list the original 1758 bell.
Andrew Bull's list and Arthur Cannon (the latter not always accurate, I know!) list the tenor as Warner 1885. However, AC actually lists the inscription in support of his claim.
Does anyone know for sure?
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