[Bell Historians] Kumasi -3

George Dawson george at FM1e56eZt2LttcXqzFGT9kUHQ_2wKe8li6bIETyKp-SpUpMN2jqEPdtk_mcKxlBVEec2giGRQzsOlMJZ36sPRI32WlOF.yahoo.invalid
Thu Jan 14 20:09:36 GMT 2010

Cannot help with this one.



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Subject: [Bell Historians] Kumasi -3



Whilst perusing some old Ringing Worlds just acquired I came across this
article by J.B.P.  J.B.P. was in the Gold Coast ( Ghana ) and in the town of
Kumasi. The 3 bells at the Catholic Church with wheels were regularily rung
half way up.


Have checked and found that there is a Catholic Cathedral named St. Peters.


So if G.A.D. or anyone else has any further info lets have it please.


Howard Smith

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