[Bell Historians] Chaddleworth, Berks - please disregard previous enquiry

simon simon at sphinx.mythic-beasts.com
Wed Jan 4 19:59:45 GMT 2023

Dear All,

I must apologise, I was reading the QI incorrectly, the information 
quoted below was from British History Online, and the QI corrects this 
at a later stage.


On 2023-01-04 19:54, simon wrote:
> According to Dove, Chaddleworth has a ring of 4 bells.
> https://dove.cccbr.org.uk/tower/12893
> But according to the Quinquennial Inspection of April 2022 it only has
> three bells:
> The tower contains a ring of three bells, the oldest of which was cast
> by Oliver Cor of Aldbourne in
> 1725, the third is by Robert Wells of Aldbourne, 1788, and the treble
> by John Warner & Sons of
> London, 1865. A little bell which hangs in the sanctus bell opening is
> dated 1635.
> The QI would appear to have missed the 1924 Mears & Stainbank treble.
> I wonder if anyone can help to clear up this discrepancy?
> With thanks,
> Simon Farrar

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