For this church:
The Terrier of 1936 describes the bells as follows:
1st bell: 1585 transcription Rafe Marshall (would be vicar)
2nd bell: by John Daniel of London. The obliterated mark is really the royal Shield which Daniel used 1450-1470
3rd bell: 1878 Transcription ‘S. Katherine ora pro nobis’. John Taylor, Loughborough, founder.
Bell details from the National Bell Register [http://georgedawson.homestead.com/nbr.html]:
A survey by George Dawson published in the 1995 states:
‘Hung in a cast iron frame, set out for six bells with cast-iron headstocks and ball bearings, all dating from 1936 when Taylors re-cast the tenor and completely refurbished the ring.
The treble is by Taylors, in 1878 replacing, presumably, a medieval bell in the same style as the second bell. The dimensions of the old bell were 33.75’’ diameter and weighing 7.1.14 (374). The second bell is a London casting of the late 15th century and is the work of John Danyells’ successor who was working from circa 1470 to circa 1485. The Taylor tenor is a most interesting piece of work for it has on it a facsimile copy of the old inscriptions. These indicate that it was the work of Henry I Oldfield, but exceptionally he would have appeared to have reproduced the inscription from the previous medieval bell (375). This lettering is faint and the badge undecipherable unfortunately’.