For this church:
The Churchwardens’ account book (1686-1789) contains item after item of expenditure of the steeple, the bells, the clock and the porch. The belfry used to contain four bells that were increased to six when they were renewed. They were rehung by Gillett and Johnston in a cast iron H frame and increased to six at a cost of £388 by public subscription in 1923. All the bells are on cast-iron headstocks with ball bearings.
The order and inscriptions are as follows:
Bells 1, 2 and the tenor are by Gilletts and were cast without canons. The 3rd is by Henry III Oldfield, while the 4th is by his father, Henry II Oldfield, and was unique from being the only bell with an ampersand mark in the following inscription, by the Oldfields.
The old tenor was inscribed:
'All men that heare my mornful sound repent before you lye in ground 1622  35.75" '
The founders mark was like badge 40, but with the h and O filed off.