[Bell Historians] Corley Church

John H Allen john at _Bwt327iNlPh3cFFdNVoBA7gwmQbTCF83ebe3iBiSnqryuu82JDd3vGQxG_St47K6pApjoPGF8RXt9VS-Q.yahoo.invalid
Thu Jun 9 09:24:55 BST 2011



Pevsner refers to 'Hardly recognisable fragments of a St. Christopher on the
north wall'. No other mention of a carving.


I do not have scanning facilities at home but at the weekend I will scan the
Corley entry and send it to you off list.






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-- In bellhistorians at yahoogroups.com
<mailto:bellhistorians%40yahoogroups.com> , "John H Allen" <john at ...> wrote:
> Mike,
> Does Pevsner's description - too long to type - help? 
> John

I do not have a copy of this book. The thought that it is an early window
above the arcade seems very likely to me, but I would be interested in a
brief note about the carving from Pevsner.


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