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Fri May 25 12:53:18 BST 2007
The tenor increased in "Dove" weight from 18-1-16 to 19-1-13 some years ago,
so I had assumed it was this bell that was recast by WBF?
Mike Chester writes:
> --- In bellhistorians at yahoogroups.com, "David Bryant"
> <David.Bryant at ...> wrote:
>> Yes, he did. I remember him telling me that the damaged canons from
>> of the bells (by one of the rarer Bridgwater founder - Isaac Kingston,
>> if I remember rightly) had been mounted for display at the request of
>> the DAC. Afraid I don't have details of the bells.
> That would be the 5th, cast in 1801 by Kingston. I have the weight only
> for the tenor, founders/dates for 1, 5 & 6, diameters for 1 & 5 and no
> details at all for 2, 3 & 4.
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