[Bell Historians] Murphy Bells.

Alan Buswell aaj.buswell at 4xOVoeTrlSJxvkLh8qhikhia6ldQXMk9Y2RN8f88EN_-YkQ0WVGXo4i3aibW1cFYgSvaFP52vxmGmNSxkmILRO6FBf4.yahoo.invalid
Mon May 21 16:54:24 BST 2007

 The other bell - Serial No 410,  50 1/2",  21-3-7, 1880.
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  In a message dated 21/05/2007 14:13:43 GMT Standard Time, george at gadawson.wanadoo.co.uk writes:
    Dundela WERE Murphy recast 1955, frame scrapped 2002/3
  Are you sure? Dukes claims they were Gillett & Bland (2 bells - the tenor & treble of 8).

  Thanks for this info George, but I was wondering if there were any rings still in existance. I am sure somebody told me about a Murphy ring somewhere near Liverpool some years ago.



  Matthew Higby & Co Ltd,
  Church Bell Engineers.
  Jasmine Cottage,
  The Street,
  BA3 4HN.

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