[Bell Historians] RE: Burton Holy Trinity

John H Allen john at N6MAB_RhGoytaFrK4Fwykpx0F2R_4RKQgWorJP7iC3h3Gh1Yjl3v_BWYfbwntZhS3vS-ofdbtZV2xyqb2GY.yahoo.invalid
Tue Jul 20 15:04:39 BST 2010

Pevnser says that the stained glass was taken from the old church of 1823-4.






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> What is the connection, if any, between this bell and the 2-ton one? Did
the large bell displace the 16cwt one? Is the latter still in existence?

The Goole bell is dated 1869, so pre-dates the Burton church - was there a
previous church on the site?

And in answer to DLC's question, yes it does survive - now 15-2-8 and the
tenor of the eight at Goole, the front seven having been cast by Taylor's in
1889. Alan Birney and I had a look at them and patched up the wheel
shrouding on a few of them several years ago.


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