For this church:
Rossington St Michael
There are three bells hung in a high-sided oak frame, Pickford Group 5.O but with a king post instead of queen posts. The side braces are widely splayed and have no jack braces. This appears to be an early frame and would benefit from tree-ring dating.
The frame is for three bells which are as follows:
The treble is by Samuel I Smith of York, the 2nd by George Dalton, and the tenor by William Curedon of Doncaster. This tenor, along with the tenor at Hickleton, are the only ones with Curedon's badge alone and without the initials of any of the Smith family.
In the inventory of 1552 for Edward VI three bells were recorded.