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Ranmoor Gallery

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The original church,
Ranmoor, 1879

( #  - see below)

Picture: Inside Ranmoor Church after the Fire

( # - see below)

Ranmoor Church
after the fire,
Jan 1887 

(The Sheffield Daily Telegraph,
Mon 3rd Jan 1887)

Sheffield District
and Old East Derbyshire 
Amalgamated Society
 meeting, May 1906

 

1910 certificate
for
Sunday service attendance

 

picture: CH Hattersley Grave

Charles Henry Hattersley's Grave.
died 1915, aged 71

"C.H.H. In Loving Remembrance, from his brother ringers.
C.H.H. the well known and accompluished change ringer whose labour and study were of great value to the art. He was connected with the cathedral church of this city for over 50 years"

Memorial to Arthur Ward,
Killed in action at Arras,
1st July 1917

 

Prayer, 1922

 

Address of thanks
to Sam Thomas, 
about 1920?
Have you seen it?
Do you know of its fate? 
Now sadly missing,
since the work in the spring of 2004

 

Charles Haynes
 during removal of the old bells,
1934

 

Installing the new bells, 1934

 

Tenor Bell
More Bell Images

Picture: G&J Bell List

Overseas broadcast,
Palm Sunday,
30th March 1947

Left
F. B. Ditcher,
J. Parker,
L. Hartle,
A. Beresford

Right
J. W. Smithson,
E.G. Dickens,
E. M. Palin,
H. E. Haynes

The last moments of 1949
 in Ranmoor belfry

  T. Edwards, S. Maule, J. Beddingfield,
F.B. Ditcher (Ringing Master),
E.G. Dickens, H. E. Haynes,
E. M. Palin

M. Ditcher, L. Hartle, P. Burwell

Etching
by
Tommy Edwards

 


All images (c) St. John's Ranmoor Bellringers, unless otherwise stated.
#  -  "The First Hundred Years 1879-1979", (c) St. John's Church, Ranmoor

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