[Bell Historians] Unusual clock chimes

Steven Blakemore steven_blakemore at tdyyepzcyxRwl3gfLJWQVaVAdcOjZuu75wT_wfra2pLOgFjJenQl16p2bXrZHfhenRnC_ogaK-E5LfTXT5so0sM.yahoo.invalid
Tue Jul 20 17:12:16 BST 2010

Hello again Alan you visited Saint Chads the other week. it is unlikely to be a 
brewery as they tended to favour steam whistles but hat isn't to say it isn't a 
brewery. someone who may know is the person at this email  address his name 
is Stuart shutchieson at ZXFCP9OPxItJQ7m48tIbQaGGg66vaGt3G8mQaR19-dpCfWpqMrdmWNYtJDp0-y3j2YTO6IyRZzwureCwTsT90daV49og.yahoo.invalid

From: Alan Buswell <aaj.buswell at kU6hVn5xlXk0-oT99xZiZAuZl02MfgywhWqBx4blcF-hUep0RrxPah2Eh2coKUOUn9Bt2fX2j76Qpe898pjoquE.yahoo.invalid>
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Sent: Tue, 20 July, 2010 13:09:38
Subject: Re: [Bell Historians] Unusual clock chimes

While on the Burton on Trent theme, I have an incomplete G&J record. 
Serial No 284; 22"; 2-0-4; 1879 for a Mr St...[unreadable) . Does anyone know 
where this one might be? Could be a factory or brewery. 


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