The Bells

Here are the details of the bells of Saint Mary the Virgin, Bridgwater

No.
Note
Diameter
Weight Cwt.qt.lbs
Inscription
Treble D 30" 6.0.12 Glory to God in the Highest. Cast T. Bayley 1745. Recast John Taylor & Co, Loughborough 1899.
2 C# 31" 6.0.26 And on earth peace, Goodwill toward men. T.B. 1745
3 B 34 1/2" 8.1.0 1650. N.C.
4 A 37 3/4" 10.3.7 W.P. G.P. Anno Domini 1617
5 G 39 1/2" 11.0.24 Sanctae Maria. Anno Domini 1634. Recast 1899. In the mayoralty of Thomas Good Esquire. Henry Bircham M.A. Vicar. H.C Salmon, Francis Brice, JP, F.J.C. Parsons JP, E.H. Hooper - Wardens
6 F# 41 3/4" 12.1.0 From Lightning and Tempest Good Lord Deliver us.A.R. 1721.
7 E 46 1/2" 16.0.0 Wm. Methwin, Wm. Bryant, Churchwardens. A.R 1721.
Tenor D 53 3/4" 25.1.11 Recast by subscriptions. Obtained 1867 John Taylor & Co. Founders. Loughborough, 1868. John B. Hammill, Mayor. I call the living, mourn the dead; I tell how days and years are fled; For Joy, for grief, for prayer and praise, My tuneful voice to heaven I raise.

Note; the Treble is the lightest, and, the Tenor the heaviest of the peal.