Unidentified bellfounder at Flixton St John

George Dawson george at 0p82xTSw-xUVxUDazFTQvI30a56l9y628qSSpBIjcfoJ96UluUJJ0Gp2fvzbSH4-FIDZWw2uhenCNlHxb_zb815Io4s.yahoo.invalid
Mon Oct 22 09:57:01 BST 2007

John Greenhough in:
discusses this bell. Without a photo it is difficult to comment, but Kamp
may be an abbreviation for Kampen in the Netherlands & thus the bell may be
from there. According to Lehrs  Art of the Carillon in the Low Countries
there certainly were founders at Kampen.

-----Original Message-----
From: bellhistorians at yahoogroups.com [mailto:bellhistorians at yahoogroups.com]
On Behalf Of Carl S Zimmerman
Sent: Thursday, October 18, 2007 5:47 AM
To: Bell Historians List
Subject: [Bell Historians] Unidentified bellfounder

I received the following inquiry from someone in England. I cannot 
answer it based on the resources available to me. Can anyone else 
provide an answer?


---begin forwarded text---

>I am trying to find the origin of a bell found in 1960 hidden away 
>in an old hall. This bell is c 14" and carries the following 
>wording, much is missing but your knowledge may put some light onto 
>where or by whom it was made.
>The bell, today, is mounted on a mission hall near Manchester 
>England and not accessible for further research at this time. Local 
>enthusiasts believe it of European manufacture.

---end forwarded text---


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