[Bell Historians] Bells in Haiti?

Bryan McCahey b.mccahey at j7Ydb53yoURwZ62RuZ9ZoZ9glA2hnj1PwwYjwNYtCDcXueh5t7kotO76acZavKECR9ps7PQobkn95w.yahoo.invalid
Fri Jan 22 20:44:39 GMT 2010

The Roman Catholic Cathedral of the Assumption in Port au Prince, Haiti (the large pink and white building with the twin towers) would seem to have had four bells installed in 1921, the largest weighing 2,400 kilos. See http://www.pbase.com/kesler/image/59949271

Bryan McCahey

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It may be, but that’s whats in the Records!
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Taylors provided a chime of 15 bells in
1960, tenor 45” 15.0.9 in F# to Haiti Cathedral.
That’s rather heavy and large in
diameter for a Taylor F#!
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