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The Bells of St. Peter's
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The Bells of St. Peter's
The Bells of St. Peter's
 
The  history of St. Peter's impressive carillon of bells.
  • Bell Number One: 3,612 pounds "This chime of ten bells was made for St. Peter's Church in the Autumn of 1896, and donated by friends whose names are inscibed thereon. His Holiness, Leo XIII, being the Reigning Pontiff, Rt. Rev. Thomas M.A. Burke, Bishop of Albany, and Rev. John J. Walsh, Pastor of this church."
  • Bell Number Two: 2,589 pounds "The gift of the Congregation of St. Peter's Church in memory of their priests."
  • Bell Number Three: 1,833 pounds In memory of Henry A. Merritt and James H. Ryan.
  • Bell Number Four 1,588 pounds In memory of Mary Fitzgerald.
  • Bell Number Five: 1,052 pounds In memory of Gabrielle Mary Thacher Morris.
  • Bell Number Six: 755 pounds In memory of Daniel and Mary Sweeney.
  • Bell Number Seven: 527 pounds In memory of Catharine Fagan.
  • Bell Number Eight: 474 pounds In memory of Paul Kaveny.
  • Bell Number Nine: 431 pounds In memory of John and Mary E. Graham.
  • Bell Number Ten: 413 pounds In memory of Mrs. Emma Cavanagh.