[Bell Historians] Church Bells of Yorkshire

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Mon Apr 19 06:26:49 BST 2010

Fellow bell historians,is there any printed information,either in a booklet form ,book or advertising material on James Barwell bells? Ron Shepherd

From: George Dawson <george at xwZa70WLgD4EFTpRKn67r53CAsWhVX8CWKInoj238vyoEIlhkOKD2NYlyHEuQrwkZaa9cuxNTD_oj4JcfDuUu-P8xFsNpw.yahoo.invalid>
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Subject: [Bell Historians] Church Bells of Yorkshire

Now available:
Part 3
The City of York&theAinsty 
By David Bryant & George A Dawson
With contributionsfromDennis Greenwood
356 pages.
This work covers the bells in the old City of York, and the Ainsty, that area to the south and west of York. 
Itsupersedesthe work ofJ. Eyre Poppletonwhopublished his 'Notes on the Bells of the Ancient Churches of the West Riding of Yorkshire' in the Yorkshire Archaeological Journals, volumes xvi to xviii (1900-4) whichcovered the Ainsty area. Some work on the city area has been published before, but this CD contains a major complete survey of the city area by David Bryant together with data on bells in the Ainsty from George Dawson. The booklet on the post Reformation founders in York  by Dennis Greenwood is also reproduced, as is the Benson leaflet on York bells.
Availableas a CDonly from:
George A Dawson
112 Main Street
Willoughby on the Wolds
LE12 6SZ
Price £15.00 (including postage)


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