[Bell Historians] Re: Great Gidding

Richard Offen richard.offen at Ow3_Kctfi1ve7TXZWunlMWAe_dUlhS4sP4DEdVc63OVGnrd-87l0DJ7NDyWLy296CDo7oLbcq8_LncaaXRHwxw.yahoo.invalid
Tue Jul 3 16:55:59 BST 2012

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On 03/07/2012, at 11:48 PM, "Peter Rivet" <peter at E7j-Qwm5txZ49SLuICh-j9w3ndcwnPqOqqm5hfFH7ir96qFtJcS0lKIBx58BBwQ8vRVi2SzLpLtE3jHeqf49.yahoo.invalid> wrote:

> Maybe the sixth bell was a sanctus, or at least something unconnected with the ring?  My experience of the Victoria County Histories is that although its authors try very hard to be accurate they are not generally complied by people with detailed knowledge of bells.  At Whittington in Lancashire they get the dates of the bells rights but give them the wrong way round, so that the tenor is recorded as the treble.
> Peter Rivet

No sanctus mentioned by Owen. 

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