[Bell Historians] War memorials

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Wed Nov 28 14:31:50 GMT 2007

You could say that Christ Church, Bradford on Avon is two thirds a war
memorial.  A 1923 G&J eight the bells were given in memory of Michael
Llewellyn Palmer who died in 1911; his brother Allen, killed in action in
191, and their brother-in-law Felix Hanbury-Tracy, killed in action in 1914.


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Holy Trinity Wandsworth , but specifically given to the memory of two
brothers killed WW1 
Taylor 1927
Jim Shepard


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