|Location||Date||Founder||Diam.||In use||Working order||Weight|
|Lamport||c1699||Stamford Foundry ?||13.5 ins.||?||cracked ?||0-2-0|
|Walgrave||c1410||John de Colsale||15 ins.||N||Y||.|
|Welford||1919||John Taylor & Co.||16 ins.||Y||Y||0-3-15|
Former Sanctus bell locations.
Many other Churches housed Sanctus (or Priest’s) bells at some point in time and are now missing for a variety of reasons.
Listed below, are known locations in the Guilsborough branch area :-
- Cold Ashby. Bell recorded in an inventory, dated 1552.
- Cottesbrooke. Bell recorded in an inventory, dated 1552.
- Crick. Founder’s initials and date, I.K. 1632 (The letter “I” can be a 17th.c version of “J” therefore, if this is the case, James Keene, working from c1612 to 1654, may well have been the founder. )
- Lilbourne. Bell originally hung in a bell-cot over the Chancel arch. Removed during the early 19th. century and stored in the Church, became subsequently lost or sold. Bell-cot removed during renovations in the late 20th. century.
- Spratton. Bell recorded in an inventory, dated 1552.