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Newington juxta Sittingbourne
 

Newington juxta Sittingbourne, St Mary the Virgin


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Details of the Bells

Bell Weight
(most recent)
Weight
(Measured 1903)
Weight
(As received 1970)
Diameter Note Date Founder Retuned
Tenor 11-3-612-0-1412-0-1142¼" F♯ 1902 Mears & Stainbank, Whitechapel 1970 John Taylor & Co
5 10-0-2110-1-2210-1-439" G♯ 1622 John Wilnar, Borden, Kent 1970 John Taylor & Co
4 7-2-228-1-68-1-435½" A♯ 1902 Mears & Stainbank, Whitechapel 1970 John Taylor & Co
3 6-1-126-3-06-1-2632½" B 1400 Unknown 1970 John Taylor & Co
2 4-3-225-0-225-0-2029½" C♯ 1622 John Wilnar, Borden, Kent 1970 John Taylor & Co
Treble 3-3-154-1-164-1-927½" D♯ 1774 Pack & Chapman, Whitechapel 1970 John Taylor & Co

Inscriptions

Earlier bells

Bell Weight
(most recent)
Diameter Note Date Founder Retuned Fate
4th (of 6)8-0-936"1622John WilnarNeverRecast in 1902
Tenor (of 6)12-1-542½"1622John WilnarNeverRecast in 1902

History

1622 5 or 6 bells cast by John Wilnar.
1774 Treble (of 6) added or recast by Pack & Chapman.
1902 4th and tenor recast by Mears & Stainbank. The tenor weighed 12-0-14.
1903 Bells rehung in a new frame by Mears & Stainbank.
1969 19th Oct. Last touch on the bells prior to restoration.
1970 Bells tuned and rehung with new fittings by John Taylor.
1989 The 3rd was discovered to be cracked and was welded by Soundweld and rehung.

Recent Peals
The most recent performances, according to BellBoard.
1979-03-105040 Minor
Recent Quarter Peals
The most recent performances, according to BellBoard.
2016-05-051320 Kent Treble Bob Minor
2015-09-031260 Bob Doubles
2014-05-311260 St Clement's College Bob Minor
2014-03-221260 Grandsire Doubles
Full list of peals here
Full list of quarters here

Love's Guide to the Church Bells of Kent Page updated: 1 April 2016