[Bell Historians] St Cross Oxford

John H Allen john at 5sM1RNBkES4XpEPOdVaMBaZLcvGsMfh6ZCU-yZqnDo-pFiPa0_7-RNv6qAkfnTSiWt-k29gjvAxTowF6ct0.yahoo.invalid
Tue Mar 30 21:15:46 BST 2010

This seems to mirror what happened at Oldbury West Midlands many years ago
when the church was converted to offices. The same fate may well befall the
10 at Hanley Staffs.






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It would appear that these bells could be lost to our use as the church is 

being converted into an archive storage. The City authorities are unwilling 

for the bells to be removed, and when the Church conversion is completed  

this would not be possible except through the roof.


1   1874   M & S

2   1677   Richard Keene

3   1677   Richard Keene

4   1641   Ellis Knight

5   1620   Henry Knight

6   1726   Rudhall  + 1721 Sanctus




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