[Bell Historians] Re: War memorials

David Cawley dave at fkaQR9pjmf5VfhLjVEf_SqHNlnWibQ3-pSByAIdBZB_Q8Umtm1yynpUNqDW7__Q-jxGQmD9lXLbIHDFhfA5EeGq2.yahoo.invalid
Wed Nov 28 15:58:09 GMT 2007

Loughborough War Memorial Carillon; Parkgate, Mostyn House School Carillon.

Ex-Bishop Latimer, Birmingham (now at Perry Barr) (using metal from the old Deritend ring) were a war memorial at Latimer's, in fact the plaque is still there.

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  From: Mike Chester 
  To: bellhistorians at yahoogroups.com 
  Sent: Wednesday, November 28, 2007 2:57 PM
  Subject: [Bell Historians] Re: War memorials

  Fenham in Newcastle - The church, including the rather good bells, was 
  built by Sir James Knott in memory of his two sons Major James 
  Leadbitter Knott and Capt Henry Basil Knott who were killed in action 
  during the First World War. 


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