[Bell Historians] WW1 memorial bells.

'Anne Willis' zen16073@zen.co.uk [bellhistorians] bellhistorians at yahoogroups.com
Sun Oct 14 13:07:32 BST 2018

Christ Church, Bradford on Avon are a WWI memorial, though they were not installed until 1923.

The bells were donated by Brigadier General Sir Llewellen Palmer and his wife Madeline in memory of their sons Michael George, who died in 1911, and Allen, killed in action in 1916; and their son-in-law Felix Hanbury-Tracey, killed in action in 1914.





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To: David Sloman dsloman261 at gmail.com [bellhistorians]
Subject: Re: [Bell Historians] WW1 memorial bells.



Capenhurst, Cheshire, 6, 11-0-22; Taylors 1919. Tenor inscribed "Victory Peal". (Bells recast/augmented from previous light four as a WW1 commemoration).


On Friday, October 12, 2018, 1:22:56 PM GMT+1, David Sloman  <mailto:dsloman261 at gmail.com> dsloman261 at gmail.com [bellhistorians] < <mailto:bellhistorians at yahoogroups.com> bellhistorians at yahoogroups.com> wrote: 




I have been asked by the secretary of the CCCBR if members of the group are aware of any WW1 memorial bells and if so could they liaise with their Association/Guild officers. This is in connection with ringing on November 11th.


David Sloman

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