[Bell Historians] W W Starmer

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Mon Dec 3 10:48:10 GMT 2012

Starmer still needs a proper write up I think, but there's useful stuff in Jennings "master of my art" and maybe in Jill Johnston's book too. Can't check right now as out of the country and sans ordinateur!
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Subject: [Bell Historians] W W Starmer

Can anyone point me to an article either by or about W W Starmer and his interest in bells.  From Taylors records I find that he had various bells cast for him.  Also Dr Moody organist of Ripon Cathedral writes, at the time of the recasting of the Cathedral bells, that he wishes he still had his freind Starmer to advise him.
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