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St Etheldreda, Horley, Oxon
Banbury branch of the ODG
St. Etheldreda, Horley
St. Etheldreda, Horley
Dedication: St. Etheldreda, Horley

Availability and Restrictions Unringable

The Bells (4) 8-0-0#

Access to ringing chamber: Ground floor

The following information comes from F. Sharpe The Church Bells of Oxfordshire.He visited the tower in 1949.

Gear: 18th century oak frame, Rolled steel headstocks, Plate gudgeons, Plain brass bearings.

A ring of 4, tenor 8-0-0#, diameter 36¼”,tuned to Ab
bell weight
founder foundry
Treble 4-0-0# Db 1706 William & Henry Bagley Chacombe CANTE [A9]DOMINO [A9]CANTICOM [A9]NOVVM [A9]H B [A9]1706
2 5-0-0# C 1706 William & Henry Bagley Chacombe WILLIAM [F1] [F1]BAGLEY [F1]MADE [F1]MEE [F1]H B [F1]1706
3 6-0-0# Bb 1706 William & Henry Bagley Chacombe WILLIAM [F1] [F1]BAGLEY [F1]MADE [F1]MEE [F1]H B [F1]1706
Tenor 8-0-0# Ab 1706 William & Henry Bagley Chacombe WHEN : YE : DOE : HEAR : ME : FOR : DEAD : TO : TOLL [Fleur-de-lys] THEN : PRAY : TO : GOD : TO : RECEIVE :
THEIR : SOVL [Fleur-de-lys] SAMVELL : GLAZE : IOHN : KINCH : CHVRCH : WARDENS H [Fleur-de-lys] B 1706


The N (or D) is inverted
[A9] appears between each word on the treble
[F1] appears between each word on the 2nd and 3rd

Travel Details: OS Grid Ref: SP417439

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