[Bell Historians] FW: Unknown Bell

Richard Offen richard.offen at X2CGCVcxLIUNASoJNJC9tXuBgTkJadncxP2RdDFQXbFmTNJ9AcXHXHz7eVJNjzHDYnlDOG7hODdGjGDajbpbSi3IBJY.yahoo.invalid
Sat Sep 6 16:49:50 BST 2008

What does the inscription say?





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Sent: Saturday, 6 September 2008 5:25 PM
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Subject: [Bell Historians] FW: Unknown Bell


Anyone any ideas? It obviously isn't English.


-----Original Message-----
From: Bill T.
Sent: 06 September 2008 04:04
To: webmaster at bellhisto <mailto:webmaster%40bellhistorians.org.uk>
Subject: Unknown Bell

Any ideas as to where this bell may have come from?

"The inscription was barely legible, and only certain parts could be
deciphered. Our onboard archaeology team could see the date 1744 and
what appeared to be the following letters and indecipherable

------M * ISES DE DOH/MI ------ AP DEL-I FE------ "

Thanks in advance,

B Tracy

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