[Bell Historians] Re: Fwd: Memorial Bells enquiry

George Dawson george at 0vo5oK3WoyuMhZfSQBlJP8jHme9byRQjLKKQQRuoWI5tXt4FPC5p_FwjSQJKtbT6XxCU-j6ObvTTzQc6d0zz0HRqxwyx_WFs.yahoo.invalid
Fri Jan 28 15:40:52 GMT 2011

Ok then, Barton in Fabis, Notts, tenor has the name of the 7 dead from WW1.



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Subject: [Bell Historians] Re: Fwd: Memorial Bells enquiry



We are drifting from the actual question. I suspect that a great deal of
bells are war memorials, such as the ring at Roker where I learned to ring.

The questioner was specifically looking at bells with lots of names of the
fallen. Some nice photographs can be found here



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