Prince Albert, Klaarstroom, United Reformed Church
Bell, Charles Singleton
C. S. Bell (Firm)
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The Verenigde Gereformeerde Kerk in Klaarstroom also has a bell from the C.S. Bell Company in Hillsboro, Ohio. The company name refers to Charles Singleton Bell. The name of the founder does not appear on the bells as it usually done with bronze bells, but on the yoke from which the bell is hung. The numbers in the middle of the yoke probably refer to an internal numbering. For example, the number 2 indicates that the bell was probably made shortly after 1894 when the company emerged from a former partnership. To decide about the age of the bell it is important to include the text on the yoke in the description of the bell. There are three possibilities: C.S. Bell (1875-1882), C.S. Bell & Co. (1882-1894) and The C.S. Bell & Co. (1894-1970). More information is available on http://www.towerbells.org/HillsboroFoudry.html.
- Prince Albert 
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