Details

South West Tower

Details of the peal of 12 (+1)

Bell Inscription Year Cast Diameter
(inches)
Weight (cwt.) Note
Treble
(1)
TO THE HEAVENS AND OVER THE SEA,
WE RING FOR THEE,
THOSE WE LOVE AND THOSE WE LOST,
IN RESOUNDING MEMORY.FOR, NAOMI W. BROOKS, 1937 – 1999
&
WILLIAM E. KIKER, 1931 – 2002
2007 25 4-2-10 Bb
2 IN MEMORIAM
JOAN PITTS- TUCKER
QUAESTORIS”…PER VITAS CONIUNCTAS SIMUL LAETE SONENT”
SUI FILII FECERUNT
MMVII
2007 26 4-2-22 Ab
3 JOHN KERSEY. CIV : RIPON : AMABILIS OB : 1890
R KEARSLEY. H.C. BICKERSTETH AND K KEARSLEY D:D: IN MEMORIAMCAST 1890RECAST 1932
1932 26.5 4-3-19 G
4 TO THE GLORY OF GOD
AND IN MEMORY OF ANNE CROSS
WHO DIED 1890CAST 1891RECAST 1932
1932 27.5 5-0-9 F
5 LESTER AND PACK OF LONDON FECIT 1761RECAST 1932 1932 29 5-2-6 Eb
6 CAST 1866RECAST 1932 1932 30 5-2 -20 D
6b IN MEMORIAM
JIM PITTS- TUCKER
PRAECEPTORIS”ILLAE CAMPANAE DUAE SICUT VIR ET UXOR…”
SUI FILII FECERUNT
MMVII
2008 31 6-1-18 Db
7 LESTER AND PACK OF LONDON FECIT 1761RECAST 1932 1932 32 6-2-3 C
8 LESTER AND PACK OF LONDON FECIT 1761RECAST 1932 1932 34.5 7-3-21 Bb
9 CAST 1866RECAST 1932 1932 37.5 9-2-15 Ab
10 LESTER AND PACK OF LONDON FECIT 1761RECAST 1932 1932 40 12-0-16 G
11  THE RITE REVD. ROBT. DRUMMING ARCHBISHOP LESTER AND PACK OF LONDON FECIT 1761
RECAST 1932A boar’s head (Dean Wanley’s crest), with the inscription-“F. WANLEY . DD. DEAN . OF . RIPPON”The  Archbishops mitre.A hunting horn, with the letters ” RIPPON ” interspersed (the arms of the city), with the inscription-“IOHN . TERRY . ESQ . MAYOR”
1932 44 15-3-1 F
Tenor
(12)
THE REVD INO DERING SUB DEACON  GULUS: LAMPLUGH  HENRY GOODRICKE   HUGH THOMAS  INO:FOGG   CHRIS. DRIFFIELD
AND JAS: WILKINSON PREBENDS
LESTER AND PACK OF LONDON FECIT 1761.TO THE GLORY OF GOD AND IN MEMORY OF HER PARENTS, BROTHERS AND SISTERS THE BELLS
OF THIS CATHEDRAL WERE RE-CAST AND THE
BELFRY WAS RESTORED BY JULIA WHITE OF HIGHFIELD, RIPON  1932 -1933CHARLES MANSFIED OWEN. DEAN

GEORGE WATTS GARROD
JOHN BATTERSBY HARFORD                    CANNONS  ARTHUR HERBERT WATSON                    RESIDENTIARY
JAMES GROVE WHITE TUCKEY

EDWARD WALLACE WINSER
SECRETARY TO THE CHAPTER

The seal of the Minter (an Angus Dei).
The arms of Aislabie of Studley.
The arms of Lawrence of Kirkby Fleetharn

1932 50 23-0-24 Eb

Bells 2-9 using the flat 6th rather than the 6th form the light octave referred to as “The Pitts-Tucker 8” after the donors of bells 2 and flat 6th. The light octave is in the key of Ab

Bells 3 to 12 bear the stamp and name of John Taylor and Co Loughborough on the waist

Bells 1,2, bear  the stamp of Taylors,  Eayre and Smith of  Loughborough  2007 on the Inscription Band

The flat 6th bears the stamp of Taylors,  Eayre and Smith of  Loughborough 2008 on the Inscription Band

The inscriptions of bells 3 and 4 are facsimiles of the 1891 bells from which they were recast.

The inscriptions of bells 5,7,8,10,11 and tenor are facsimiles of the 1761 bells from which they were recast. The reproduction includes Seals, Coats or Arms and decorative patterns on the 11th and tenor. Some additional text was added to the original inscriptions in 1932.

Central Tower

Detail of the service bell hung in the turret on the roof.

Bell Inscription Year Cast Diameter
(inches)
Weight (cwt.) Note
Service Bell John Taylor & Co Loughborough 1966
1964
1966 24 ½ 2-3-7 F#
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