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 Post subject: St Paul, Little Marsden
PostPosted: Sun Jan 13, 2008 9:36 am 
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Copies of the Parish Records can be found at the Lancashire Record Office, Preston.
C 1811-1982, M 1839-1987, Bur 1812-1992,
The following are at Nelson library -
C 1813-1900, M 1839-1900, Bur 1813-1900
Also at Burnley library - C 1813-1900, M 1839-1900, Bur 1813-1868

The Church has a graveyard.

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An image of this church here
http://www.briercliffesociety.co.uk/Photo%20Archive/Religious%20Buildings/St%20Pauls,%20Little%20Marsden.htm

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This is a burial list that I need to look at, about 1939 for a John Stable(s). He was married in this church, thank you for the hint. Can I add a copy of the photo to his record on my webpage?

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Of course you can Julie.

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Stanley Challenger Graham from the OGFB forum sent me an email this morning with this information. Thanks Stanley

Dear Stanley,

I was interested to read your blog about the Phoenix Foundry on the oneguyfrombarlick site. Attached is a photo of their name cast into the (bronze) bell at St Luke\'s, Brierfield; there is an identical bell at St Paul\'s, Little Marsden, dated 1873, but no other bells from Phoenix have been found in surveys of the region which have now been completed. The bells weigh about 4 cwt and have tones as reasonable as those produced by the professional bell-founders of the day - quite an achievement.

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John Greenhough

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