Radbourne church has 3 bells;  there is a tradition that some were from Dale Abbey, but this is probably not correct.  The 3rd bell is inscribed Jesus be our speed 1595 (JEWITT).
All Saints, Derby has a tenor bell, remarkably fine-toned, measuring 4’ 3” across the mouth.  This was ‘traditionally asserted to have been the treble of the 6 at Dale Abbey before the Dissolution;  but as the Dale bells weighed 47 cwt, and this alone weighs 32 cwt, this seems absurd.’  The bell has the inscription ‘in old black letter, in one line round the haunch:- (shield) Trinitate sca [Isuperscript line] fiat hec campana (crown) beata.  It is of the 14th or 15th century, and the earliest mention of it is in 1623 (H79B).