[Bell Historians] Old Dove search

Sue Marsden erincaters at jWTaxemL8KdF1M40eF_Cg85HuM9pP6lq4u2Km-Ku5ugjTGLMPz10H1m--MnjrbgI9L76sbzH9b6nbuk5kQGAApE.yahoo.invalid
Wed Jun 22 15:48:02 BST 2011

On 22 June 2011 15:40, Richard Offen <richard.offen at QE2vHB2oTY-tjhb_TNF2uHgQbRpVDG-0xBWGhZHOS2vPBDGSDUijLT00_2J2Q6XBm91d1vuDnZOWIV4Fv0HQlg.yahoo.invalid> wrote:
> The 1968 edition of Dove is the first where they are shown as ‘unringable”.   Interestingly in the first edition, they are shown as a six.
> Richard

Thanks. It doesn't give any more details as to why ie Tower Unsafe
-was that recorded in the early editions? Dullingham are in a 6 bell
frame (there were plans to augment early in the 20th C ) and there is
a bell in a copula on top of the tower so that may be where the '6'
came from.



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