[Bell Historians] St Patrick's Church, Glen, Co Derry.

c.j.pickford at talk21.com c.j.pickford at talk21.com
Wed Dec 22 12:07:32 GMT 2021

That's wonderfully Irish (if one can still say that!). Assumed the bells
might be Irish too, though they don't seem to be mentioned in the 1962
O'Byrne catalogue under "Ulster / chimes and peals"


I looked on Streetview, and the parish name seems to be Maghera (Co Derry).
There's a bell for Maghera listed in the G&J index - 44.5" 690hz F 15-3-8 -
in 1929, but on checking this turns out to be for Maghery which is somewhere
different (Co Armagh)


Nothing helpful to offer, but a couple of possibilities ruled out.


Chris Pickford

Kinver (UK)

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