St Mary's Church, Selly Oak - Bells - Inscriptions


The following inscriptions appear on the bells:—

  • No. 1 Bell.—Treble.

IN MEMORIAM FILIÆ ET S. M. VICTORIÆ ANNUM QUINQUAGESIMA REGNANTIS D. D. JOEL MERRETT. (Translation: Given by Joel Merrett in memory of a daughter and the fiftieth year of the reign of Her Majesty Queen Victoria.)

  • No. 8 Bell.—Tenor.

+ BEATUS POPULUS QUI SCIT JUBILATIONEM. (Translation: Happy are the people who know how to rejoice.)

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