[Bell Historians] Burton Constable

Andrew Aspland aaspland at yahoo.co.uk
Sat Jul 23 09:09:14 BST 2022

 In which case it is too early for Bradwell and may be a local attempt.Andrew
    On Friday, 22 July 2022 at 21:40:28 BST, Simon Reading <simonreading at live.com> wrote:  
Here are some close up pictures, clearly showing the inscriptions `1678’ and ‘Gloria’.
The bell recorded on p.35 of the GAD book is a different bell - that's the clock bell hung in a turret above the Stable Block.
The bell I’m referring to is hung in the turret above the South Tower of the House - it is inscribed SOLI DEO GLORIA  (Glory to God alone) 1678.
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Subject: Re: [Bell Historians] Burton Constable
With the dome shape top etc, it is almost certainly by Joseph Bradwell of Richmond.
I know of 6 bells by him including the Arthengarthdale 3, and John Eisel noted the treble at Kirkby Fleetham (RW 18/7/1997, p.724) & see RW 27/6/1997, p.651 which details of him found by Dot Salmon are to be noted.
So another rather interesting find, but photos or rubbings would be superb.
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