[Bell Historians] House or servants bells
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Sat May 16 20:54:21 BST 2009
Yes, I know, but what happened to William Roland Buswell and his brother Carey when they left Wellingborough in 1885?
Not really ringing, I know, but when doing the family tree one has to reach for the branches sometimes.
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--- In bellhistorians at yahoogroups.com, "Anne Willis" <zen16073 at ...> wrote:
> From a letter heading dated May 1885 John Rowlatt (late Buswell) -
> Furnishing and General Ironmonger, bell-hanger, gas fitter etc. of
> Wellingborough Northants.
They are still in business but perhaps not supplying bells!
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