[Bell Historians] old bells

Peter Rivet peter at XJmAOX5hlVs2gj2PuD3-8lsRyRypTa-bwL3AKkSd68Q5QhG8lcT1oAcRwAIFlmuXXPrwmg8gcGhgtb6GWwtLXQ.yahoo.invalid
Mon Jul 5 10:06:53 BST 2010

The oldest north of the border is almost certainly the one from Kersmains in
Roxburghshire, now on display in the National Museum of Scotland, which is
thought to date from around 1190.  See
f  for details.  The article by Ranald Clouston also lists some comparable
early bells in England.

Peter Rivet


        --- On Mon, 5/7/10, nitramwe <edwardwmartin at muAIRbdIXtHkLmNDcx6YTLTm21lvyOh80GX8Gs_zcBEM6wfBiEOzmtrgGkJzIGv1isMNA-6t3ALevR9GJDI.yahoo.invalid> wrote:

        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

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