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All Saints, Lathbury, Bucks
North Bucks branch of the ODG
All Saints, Lathbury tower
All Saints, Lathbury
Dedication: All Saints, Lathbury

Availability and Restrictions *Unringable*

The Bells (5) 11-0-0#

Access to ringing chamber: Ground floor

The following information comes from the North Bucks web site Dec 2003
The weights of 2, 3 and 4 are estimated.
The dimensions of the treble are from Gillett & Johnston records.
The inscriptions on the four larger bells are from A.H.Cocks The Church Bells of Buckinghamshire, page 439.
The ring is believed to be in a Gillett & Johnston metal frame of 1906 with traditional fittings of the same date.

A ring of 5; tenor 11-0-0#, diameter 39”.

Bell Weight
Diameter Date
Founder Foundry
treble 4-1-19 29 1906 Gillett & Johnston Croydon GILLETT & JOHNSTON FOUNDERS CROYDON
2 5-0-4# 29¾ 1731 Edward Hall Drayton Parslow EDWARD HALL MADE ME 1731
3 6-0-16# 32¼ 1614 Newcombe Bedford NEWCOMBE MADE ME Ao 1614
4 7-3-1# 34¼ 1627 James Keene Woodstock [Cross 4] GOD# SAVE# OVR# KING# 1627# IK FC#RP#CW#
tenor 11-0-0# 39 1629 James Keene Woodstock GOD SAVE OVR KING 1629


  1. The “N” in “NEWCOME” on the third is reversed as is the “4” in “1614”.
  2. The “#” on the fourth are [Fleur-de-lys 6].
Travel Details: OS Grid Ref: SP875450

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