[Bell Historians] Stolen bell - Darwen, Lancs

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Sun Apr 29 04:51:28 BST 2012

Hi Alan, 
             I've had a look on the Internet,
Darwen, Grimehills, Lancs, St Mary's Mission Church, 1 Bell, - Weight & Founder Unknown.


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From: alan_ellis at 1pdGqGTiy-fo2PiObsy4MyO9E1ZN4qcllGyvxE2LDAEnWpDjvf8vntXCpyZMcWB1tG-n_cF3HMa0muHeSCBv.yahoo.invalid
Date: Sat, 28 Apr 2012 21:07:54 -0600
Subject: Re: Re: [Bell Historians] Stolen bell - Darwen, Lancs


Hello Bryan, et al,

I've checked through the latest facsimile copy of Church Bells of Lancashire and can
find no reference to any Darwen, Hoddlesden or Grimehills church, etc., of St. Mary 
and an associated bell.

Unfortunately, Mr. Cheetham did not made any reference to any such church. Perhaps
the church and bell came after his analysis. 

Best wishes


On Apr 28, 2012, Bryan McCahey <b.mccahey at 5nduTc_YZvv7Cca80gMgHDDKbRkkHvwVmTxqgZkw6RoWODKjLjY02XIP2xNbVhTNxuIjUuuEafiB.yahoo.invalid> wrote: 

Further to my previous email about the bell stolen last week from Hoddlesden, Darwen, the church is known as St. Mary's Mission Church, Hoddlesden but appears to be listed as St. Mary's Grimehills, Blackburn Diocese, in the National Bells Register; no data available other than that there is one bell.
Bryan McCahey

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