The tenor bears this inscription: MR WILHEMUS LORINGE ME PRIMO FECIT, IN HONOREM STÆ CUTBERGÆ. RENOVABAR SUMPTU PAROCHALI PER AB, ANNO DOMINI 1629. The seventh bell is dated 1798. The fourth 1686, "PULSATA ROSAMUNDI MARIA VOCATA. SMV."
The Pulsata or Philistines did not arrive till the troublous days of Ramses III., of the twentieth dynasty. They formed part of the barbarian hordes from the shores of Asia Minor and the islands of the Ægean, who swarmed over Syria and flung themselves on the valley of the Nile, and the land of Caphtor from which they came was possibly the island of Krete.