[Bell Historians] Lichfield bells and Elias Ashmole

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Tue Jul 10 21:20:18 BST 2012

I think I have scanned the text of one of them. Will gladly send if so - but not until I'm home next week. 
The original records of the Loyal Youths are in the William Salt Library at Stafford. I have a photocopy at home and it includes some records of what they rang. I also researched in the Sheldon and Ashmole papers at the Bodleian 
Apologies for top-posting. I don't know how not to on this thing!
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From: John Camp <camp at bellringers.org>
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Subject: Re: [Bell Historians] Lichfield bells and Elias Ashmole

At 20:08 on 10 July 2012, c.j.pickford.t21 at btinternet.com wrote:
> I wrote - in detail - about Lichfield and the Loyal Youths in the RW
> back in about 1983 (two articles).  Am away from home at present so
> can't check the dates.  I was certainly aware of the Ashmole
> connection at the time.  I'll read Dr Poole's article when I'm fully
> back on line, but feel he ought to be made aware of my earlier work on
> this.

By all means.  Can you (or someone) possibly let me have a copy of the
articles in due course, as I don't keep RWs indefinitely.

John Camp

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