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St. John Baptist, Stone, Bucks
Central Bucks branch of the ODG
St. John Baptist, Stone
St. John Baptist, Stone İBM 31 May 2004
Dedication: St. John Baptist, Stone

Availability and Restrictions *Unringable*

The Bells (6) 13-0-0#

The following information comes from A.H.Cocks page 579

A ring of 6; tenor 13-0-0#, diameter 41”
Bell Diameter
(inches)
Date
cast
Founder Foundry
location
Inscription
treble 29 1883 John Warner London CAST BY IOHN WARNER & SONS LONDON 1883
TO THE GLORY OF GOD.
GIVEN BY SARAH EMILY BARTLETT
WIFE OF JOHN EDWARD BARTLETT ESQR
2 30½ 1634 Ellis Knight I Reading I AS TREBLL BE GINN
3 30½ 1726 George Chandler Drayton Parslow CHANDLER MADE ME 1726
4 35 1634 Ellis Knight I Reading I AS THIRD RING
5 37 1839 Thomas Mears Whitechapel THOMAS MEARS FOUNDER LONDON 1839
REVD WM FLETCHER VICAR
GEORGE THORPE
JOHN MONK CHURCH WARDENS
tenor 41 1883 John Warner London RECAST BY IOHN WARNER & SONS LONDON 1883
CAST 1634
Sanctus 16¾ 1699 Richard Chandler III Drayton Parslow RICHARD C MADE ME 1699

Notes:

  1. There were five bells in 1714 (sanctus not mentioned).
  2. The former tenor bell, evidently by Ellis Knight, is said to have been inscribed: TENAR HVM ALL ROVND 1643, most probably the first word was “AS”.
Travel Details: OS Grid Ref: SP784123

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