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On Behalf Of Philip Denton
Sent: Monday, May 14, 2007 10:25 PM
To: bellhistorians at yahoogroups.com
Subject: [SPAM] [Bell Historians] Chewton Mendip
I'm trying to sort out the information I gathered during last Monday's
Somerset open day. Thanks for the responses to questions so far!
Re Chewton Mendip:
Presumably the present superb ring has been re-hung since 1913. If so, who
by and when?
There seem to be conflicting accounts of the details of the pre-1913 bells.
Is there a definitive version? The old notice at the base of the tower gives
1. T. Mears, 1825
2. Thomas Pennington, 1627
3. Thomas Pennington, 1627
4. Thomas Bilbie, 1753
5. Thomas Bilbie, 1725 (the 5 reversed)
6. Inscription mutilated - no founder or date given
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