[Bell Historians] 1890s Taylor peals

Andrew Bull a_m_bull at afoiqV8QqmrNLEBdOM-lh3KW_ac-oPS2beEoIHPKASzD9GnItMxXSxW-ofGD8Hi37SnKa2qtjtowE6mt-6M.yahoo.invalid
Sat Jan 9 18:22:14 GMT 2010

Having remembered that the spreadsheet of complete Taylor rings only lists
true-harmonic rings, here is what I think is a complete list of 1894 Taylor
rings, in case any have been missed:


Aberavon, Glamorgan (8, 16)

Alvaston, Derbys (6, 17)

Clive, Shrops (6, 25)

Plumtree, Notts (6, 17 - retuned when transferred from Clifton in 1991)


Also 4 quarter bells at Stockport, St Thomas, Cheshire, largest 22 cwt


Andrew Bull




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Does anyone know of extant peals cast by Taylors in 1894, and 1899? I am
missing recordings for these years to get a complete series.

Also, the back four at Danehill, Sussex are listed by Elphick as having 1897
cast on them, but the tuning of 4 & 6 (2 & 4 of the original four) is a bit
agricultural for such a date. Is there any doubt about the date of these


Bill H

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