[Bell Historians] Bickenhall

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Subject: Re: [Bell Historians] Bickenhall

Am away from desk but know that there was one bell 1847. Before that three I
think - one a Rudhall. Fairly sure the chances of finding much more on old
bells are slim

Ellacombe has the remark 'one in a turret', reported in April 1871 by Mr



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