Princess Anne : USA - MD


   St.Andrew's Episcopal Church 
   Church Street at Washington Street
   Princess Anne, Maryland, USA
   LL: N 38.20304, W 75.69410
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   Ann Redfield Smith 
   14146 Lokey Lane 
   Princess Anne, MD  21853
   T: 410-430-4825

      Verify the current ringers' contact(s) at the NAGCR Website.


   St.Andrew's Church 
   30513 Washington Street
   Princess Anne, MD  21853-1143 
   T: 410-651-2882


   Practice Wednesday 1900-2030; 
   service Sunday 0930-55


   Tower also contains a service bell
   (McShane, A#, 1906 recast of 1859 
   original), hung above the ring.
*Technical data:
   Ring of  6 bells
   Pitch of heaviest bell is unverified 
   Transposition is not applicable
   Keyboard range:     ROPE  /    NONE  
   There are no added semitone(s)
   The whole instrument was installed in 1993
     with bells made by Eijsbouts 
   No auxiliary mechanisms known
   Tower details: 
     Height of ringing room:             6 meters above ground
     Height of lowest level of bells:    ? meters above ground
     Height of highest level of bells:   ? meters above ground
     Belfry openness:   ?%
   Year of latest technical information source is 2018


The church Website has on the home page a large fuzzy photo of the building; unfortunately, it's from the back side, so the tower is not visible.  Elsewhere on the Website, two other photos of the building do include the tower, but it's obscured by trees.  There is an excellent page about the bells, and the service bell is pictured on the History page.

Where this work lies in the sequence of output of the Eijsbouts bellfoundry, in this region and in the world.

Ranking among all North American rings by pitch/weight.
Ranking among all North American rings by size (number of bells).
Ranking among all North American rings by year of completion.

Having only 6 bells, this site is not indexed among chimes by size.

Index to all tower bell instruments in MD.


   This page was built on 26-Feb-00 (not from the database) and last revised on 16-Sep-18.
The city name is shown in mixed case at the top of this page and in all referring indexes because this site, having only 6 bells, does not have an entry in the database which supports all other site data pages.  If the two empty bell pits are ever filled to make a ring of 8, then a standard database entry will be constructed using the information above, and all referring indexes will be revised appropriately.

Church and bell tower

Explanations of page format and keyboard range are available.

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