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Any chance that there is a connection to Hayward Mills Co?
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Subject: [c-r] Research on old bells! -- Help!
Date: Wed, 11 Mar 2009 22:15:11 -0400
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Can anyone help with this request from?a woman who conducts seminars in the USA?on tune ringing.? She sent it to the handbell (tune ringing) list, and no one?seems to have an answer.?
Washington Ringing Society
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Sent: Sunday, March 08, 2009 11:52 AM
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Subject: research on old bells!
Hi L-ers. This weekend I had the privilege of conducting the GA Spring
Festival. I was housed by a lovely family who just happens to be
enamored with bells, and whose family also used to be antique dealers.
Their home was FILLED with artifacts dating back at least to the Civil
War, and many well before that. A true curio shop, all beautifully
presented (and dusted)... not like my place!!
To the point, the woman has a one octave set of bells with the
marking Tho. (with a raised "s") Hayward 1797! They have metal clappers
and leather handles. I've tried to research this on the web, but no
luck yet, so I'm in hopes someone on this erudite list will either know
or have the curiousity to find out. They aren't really playable at all
at this point, and should probably stay with the patina they have, just
as they are.......but what a treasure. 1797... probably brought here on
some ship with some family who ended up in the Atlanta area or passed
I sure hope someone can give me some leads. I have a lot of
material on the Taylor and Whitechapel foundries in England, as I've
visited them, but no Hayward mentioned as perhaps a founding person.
Have no clue if we Americans had such a foundry in the 1700's... not
beyond possibility. Look forward to your responses, and please put them
on the L. I now wish I'd had my camera along, but didn't think I'd need
it this trip, so went only with baton and pajamas and clean clothes for
a quick up and back. (God save me from Atlanta highways... take valium,
lots of it). LV
Valerie W. Stephenson
FL State Chair, Area IV, AGEHR, Inc.
904-880-1806 (preferred phone and fax)
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because rhythm and harmony find their way into t
he inward places of the
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