[Bell Historians] Hemispherical bells

David Willis dcwillispiano at Gw02G1mdysekILTd1tGO7Y7CP5D1M4L2_JsOkFKskQKFWQWbmNGwAx1oQSDby7go2kbaCLKHoWg9ulGrfDCuNEJN.yahoo.invalid
Fri Mar 6 00:52:00 GMT 2009

There are 2 hemispherical bells at Reading St Barts cast by
Taylors in 1890 . F# and E

--- On Fri, 3/6/09, John Cummins murbah at Z3GjIbSvzIzG7dypgCqePNaHPmEMKJGKij2jwng_lcLsQ58KYRjcwZ8d05GhPhxGe-QsYs8IVQiEPt7_OAk3.yahoo.invalid> wrote:
I wonder if Chris Pickford is aware that there is a set of 8 hemispherical bells situated in the Church of St. George at Gawler in South Australia with the tenor said to be 3.2.0
I haven't forgotten your request, Chris, to send you my schedule of bells in Australia.  Things are difficult at home at present but should ease in the future when I can catch up with everything.    Jack Cummins.

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