[Bell Historians] Church Bells of Yorkshire, East Riding

David Sloman david at s3cWHm-fhhVXwrXcghfGv7zWsGPDDQBM47IqMGXbWr0D5rXgWhZOgIe9qsKs4YewHmdLGxNBs52P5CXWay3KQBkd8nTDT-GCQQ.yahoo.invalid
Tue Mar 3 15:46:41 GMT 2009


Please put me down for a copy of your book.

Also an addition to Guildford NBR- Stoughton Emmanuel 1 bell, M & S 1920 c24 inches, doncaster head, unhung in church, seen last Sunday.



  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: George Dawson 
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  Sent: Monday, March 02, 2009 3:35 PM
  Subject: [Bell Historians] Church Bells of Yorkshire, East Riding


  Diocese of York, EAST RIDING

  By George A Dawson

  It is now well over a century since Revd. Walter Consitt Boulter (1848-1912) published a list of the inscriptions on bells in the area in the Yorkshire Archaeological Journals volumes 2 & 3. That work indicated that the East Riding is a rich source of medieval bells.

  This work is the culmination of research first started by the Author in the 1960's examining all the bell installations, and identifies the founders of the great majority of the bells in the area. It also includes research on the bellfounders producing the bells, particularly the pre- & post- reformation founders in York

  The book consists of 302 pages, included numerous photographs & 23 pages of founders marks.

  ISBN 0 9524775 8 0

  Order from:

  George A Dawson, 112 Main Street, Willoughby on the Wolds,

  Loughborough, Leicestershire LE12 6SZ

  To be published in April 2009.

  Special pre-publication price of £25 including postage and packaging for orders placed before 27th March.

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