|Established January 17 1881|
|St. John the Baptist, Little Marlow, Bucks
East Berks & South Bucks branch of the ODG
St. John the Baptist, Little Marlow İBM 27 Feb 2005
Dedication: St. John the Baptist, Little Marlow
Availability and Restrictions Unringable
The Bells (3) 7-0-0# tuned to Bb
Most of the bell information below comes from John E. Hearn The Rings and Chimes Of Buckinghamshire Churches, page 65. The inscriptions are from A.H.Cocks The Church Bells of Buckinghamshire, page 512.
The low west embattled Early English tower has three stages and houses a ring of three bells and a clock. The Bells were rung from the ground floor. The Bells are now (May 1994) dilapidated and unfortunately cannot be rung or chimed. The tower is also in a very dangerous condition. The Bells were rung from the ground floor.A ring of 3; tenor 7-1-0#, diameter 34¼”.
|treble||3-3-0#||25½||1873||George Mears & Co.||Whitechapel||Mears & Stainbank, founders, London, 1873|
|2||5-1-0#||29¼||1757||Thomas Swain||Longford||THOS [coin] SWAIN [Bell Fig.50] MADE [Founder’s mark Fig.51] ME • IN [Fig.50] J757 [Fig.51] •|
|tenor||7-1-0#||34¼||1777||Thomas Swain||Longford||THOS : SWAINE [Founder’s mark Fig.51] MADE ME [Fig.51] IN J777 [four coins] [Fig.51 twice]|
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