[Bell Historians] Kingshithe,
'Anne Willis' firstname.lastname@example.org [bellhistorians]
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Sat Dec 9 12:40:18 GMT 2017
Well Leyton Undershaft is a new Wiltshire tower as far as I am concerned!
And I am sure Trowbridge would be interested to hear of an earlier and heavier twelve.
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Sent: 09 December 2017 12:25
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Subject: Re: [Bell Historians] Kingshithe,
On 08/12/2017 15:57, La Greenall laalaagrr at googlemail.com <mailto:laalaagrr at googlemail.com>
> Ted's report of extra spurious entries makes me wonder whether these
> were pranks dreamed up in pubs after genuine rings - to try to get as
> false a report as possible into the lists.
These are the essential details of what appears to be another one, but
from some 20 years earlier than the others. It seems probable that there
will be others.
Bell's Life for 8.1.1852
Wiltshire Youths – Leyton Undershaft church, Wiltshire - 5,398? Stedman
Cinques. 3hrs 58mins, tenor 49cwt in Cflat.
W Jones treble, J Smither, A Norman, D Dangerfield, H Gibbs, S Norton, P
Bamford or Barnford, J Davis, W Scott, A Parkinson tenor, Composed and
conducted by Mr J Davis.
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