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St. Michael, Finmere, Oxon
Bicester branch of the ODG
St. Michael, Finmere
St. Michael, Finmere
Dedication: St. Michael, Finmere

Service Ringing: ringing by arrangement

Practice night: ringing by arrangement

The Bells (3) 10-2-0#

Access to ringing chamber: Ground floor

The following information is taken from F. Sharpe The Church Bells of Oxfordshire.He visited the tower in 1924

A ring of 3; tenor 10-2-0, diameter 38” tuned to A
Bell Weight
cwt-qr-lb
Diameter
(inches)
Strike
note
Date
cast
Founder Foundry
location
Inscription
treble 4-1-19 29 C# 16th century     O IA CO BE CAPETI VENI AD BENADICTIO DEI
2 7-0-19 34 B 1754 Lester & Pack London THOMAS TESTER & THOS. PACK OF LONFON FECIT 1754 [border]
INo. KINCH & WM. HOBERAFT CH: WARDENS
REJOICE WITH THEM THAT DO REJOICE AND WEEP WITH THEM THAT DO WEEP. ROM: 12. 15.
Tenor 10-2-0 38 A circa. 1470 William Chamberlain London In Multis Annis Resonet Campana Johannis [C1][C3][Cross C2]
Notes:
  1. The inscription on the treble is in Gothic lettering
  2. The inscription on the tenor is in Gothic lettering with crowns over the initial letters
Travel Details: OS Grid Ref: SP637332 - road parking

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