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St. Andrew, Oddington, Oxon
Bicester branch of the ODG
St. Andrew, Oddington
St. Andrew, Oddington
Dedication:St. Andrew, Oddington

Availability and Restrictions: The Bells are clocked and cannot be rung.

The Bells (3) 9-0-0#

The following information is taken from F. Sharpe The Church Bells of Oxfordshire.He visited the tower in 1924
A ring of 3; tenor 9-0-0#, diameter 36¾”, tuned to Ab
Bell Weight
Founder Foundry
treble 5-0-0#   Db 1609   Local 1609
2 7-0-0#   B 1804 Thomas
London THOS. MEARS OF LONDON FECIT 1804 [Border G11]
tenor 9-0-0# 36¾ Ab 1626 James
Woodstock JAMES KEENE MADE ME 1626
  1. The Bells are not tuned to the normal major scale
  2. The words in the inscription of the tenor are separated by fleur-de-lys
  3. There is a cracked Sanctus bell hung in the tower roof; it has diameter 12½”
Travel Details: OS Grid Ref: SP553147

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