[Bell Historians] Future Facsimile Books

Neil Skelton neil.tcct at uA01ndZDTMUZhzo9Qo1f4G6QReh2ub2h6zkhc4yfCrEyMCSvHkP7cN2Ksg6AkNjexDRUMbdF42g03XOVMDA.yahoo.invalid
Thu Sep 20 17:34:39 BST 2007


Yes please to a facsimile of Hadlow Dunkin's Cornwall. All I have is a photocopy with James Jerram's ms notes.

Shropshire seems scarce. I have an incomplete set of offprints.

Worcestershire also scarce. I managed to obtain a complete set of offprints some years ago.

Somerset: Walters finished this in the 1920s/1930s? but it was never published. One could obtain a photocopy of the typed-up notes from the Somerset Record Office at prodigous cost. 

Neil Skelton.

P.S. I would be interested in Davies's Stedman if it gets off the ground.  N
  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: Alan Ellis 
  To: bellhistorians at yahoogroups.com 
  Sent: Wednesday, September 19, 2007 5:35 PM
  Subject: [Bell Historians] Future Facsimile Books

  Hello Everyone,

  Your assistance is needed with the next project.

  As the proposed facsimile of Troyte has received a lukewarm reception, I am shelving it at this time and plan to do Stedman, 1903, by Rev. Davies.   As this was a Jasper Snowdon Change-Ringing Series item, would there be any chance of a copyright problem or not?   Input would be most appreciated.

  Secondly, although not a 'general' ringing book, I'm preparing a facsimile of 'The Church Bells of  Cornwall' using the recently advertised CD, with their permission.

  If anyone is interested, please let me know. 

  Best wishes

  Alan Ellis

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