SLIMBRIDGE, ST JOHN THE EVANGELIST
|DETAILS OF THE BELLS|
|1||Llewellins & James||1911||5cwt *||291/2"||D#|
|2||Llewellins & James||1911||5cwt 2qtr 3lb||31"||C#|
|3||Abraham Rudhall||1716||6cwt *||311/2"||B|
|4||Abel Rudhall||1742||6cwt 1qtr 14lb||34"||A#|
|5||John Rudhall||1827||9cwt 1qtr *||38"||G#|
|6||Llewellins & James||1911||12cwt 3qtr *||41"||F#|
Iron lowside mounted on a grillage of rolled steel joists by Llewellins & James in 1911.
Elm headstocks with plate gudgeons, ball bearings, traditional-type wheels, stays and sliders: ball-bearings by Taylors in 1962 remainder all by Llewellins & James in 1911.
Old-style by Llewellins & James in 1911.
The treble was added in 1911. The former second of 1631 probably by Roger Perdue I and the former tenor of 1699 by Abraham Rudhall.