[Bell Historians] most transferred bell?

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Fri Nov 9 16:37:40 GMT 2007

I didn't know these bells went to Scarborough but they certainly went to Skegness see recent article in RW.

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  From: Andrew Higson 
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  Sent: Friday, November 09, 2007 2:40 PM
  Subject: RE: [Bell Historians] most transferred bell?

  The Nelson chime did a stint at Scarborough before going to Nelson and then to the Minster - does this count?

  George is the expert on shunting bells around - when he gets back from his stint in the Museum today I'm sure he will be able to top this.

  Andrew Higson

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  From: bellhistorians at yahoogroups.com [mailto:bellhistorians at CQlOujbqctTk2yJIMr6P50CRgOnUZOkR8oU8e7Tpr5ssTnctJdupW_fy17K1fZLWEYR-FKeZ6E8aW1PPsXjFADfH.yahoo.invalidom] On Behalf Of David Bagley
  Sent: 09 November 2007 14:36
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  Subject: [Bell Historians] most transferred bell?

  What's the most number of towers a bell has been hung in?

  The treble at English Bicknor was originally hung at Queenhill (Worcs) and 
  then went to Tredington (Glos not Warks) for a while.

  That's three! Can anybody suggest any other candidates?




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