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St. Nicholas, Idbury, Oxon
Chipping Norton branch of the ODG
St. Nicholas, Idbury
St. Nicholas, Idbury İBM 18 Oct 2004
Dedication: St. Nicholas, Idbury

Availability and Restrictions *Status unknown*

The Bells (3) 8-3-0#

The following information comes from F. Sharpe The Church Bells of Oxfordshire.He last visited the tower in 1935.

Frame: oak and cast-iron.
Gear: rolled-steel headstocks, plate gudgeons, plain brass bearings.
Messrs. Bond since 1890.

A ring of 3, tenor 8-3-0#, diameter 36¼”,tuned to A
Bell Weight
Founder Foundry
Treble 5-1-0# C# 1749 Abel Rudhall Gloucester PEACE AND GOOD NEIGHBOURHOOD A[Bell]R 1749 [Border D8]
2 6-3-0# B 15th cent.   Worcester [Cross E5] DIRIGE [King’s head E4] VIRGO [Queen’s head E6] PIA [E4] QVOS [E6] CONGREGO [E4] SANCTA [E6] MARIA
Tenor 8-3-0# A 15th cent.   Worcester [Cross E5] IHESVS [E4] NAZARENVS [E6] REX [E4] IUDEORUM [E6] FILI [E4] DEI [E6] MISERERE [E4] MEI
Sanctus 1-0-0#   circa 1320   Toddington [Cross L2] AVE : PLENA : GRACIA


  1. The inscriptions on the second, tenor and sanctus are in Gothic lettering.
Travel Details: OS Grid Ref: SP236200

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