[Bell Historians] old bells

David Willis dcwillispiano at cQ7Ub13huLEDuPTgsXHvmJTpPnL-MJDAf9ZrlQtaXG5PjhAjLfiae19xWZQgcb_JQZ8HvdCPJTIrFkbMNRX6.yahoo.invalid
Mon Jul 5 08:59:36 BST 2010

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      What exactly is the oldest church bell in the British Isles - date and whereabouts? This must have been asked before but I cannot find it


Eddie Martin

I think Fred Sharpe found one in Herefordshire but I can't put my hand on the book at the moment .

The clock bell at Sonning is 1280 approx. That isn't the oldest . Work back from there perhaps ?







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