belfry belfry  /ˈbɛlfri/


  1. (n) a bell tower; usually stands alone unattached to a building
  2. (n) a room (often at the top of a tower) where bells are hung


  1. The crowd watched in solemn silence while organs played; at that moment, throughout the land, bells pealed from every town and village belfry.
  2. As the bell looked down on the scene from a temporary belfry, worshipers thronged the temple, and nearby streets echoed to Japanese folk dances.
  3. A group of youths climbed the church belfry and rang the bells, but they could barely be heard.


  • William W. “Bill” Grater

    William W. “Bill” Grater, 82, of North Ridgeville, passed away peacefully at his home Tuesday, June 4, 2013, following a short illness. He was born in Belfry Trooper, Pennsylvania. Growing up in Pennsylvania, he moved to Fairview Park in 1965, then to North Ridgeville in 1998. A U.S. Marine, he served during the Korean War, [...] The post William W. “Bill” Grater appeared first on Chronicle ...
    on June 6, 2013     Source: The Chronicle-Telegram


  1. "That's a big change for me, being 'annoyed' with a 66, and it's two good rounds in a row," Howell said. "I played well the last day at The Belfry on Sunday (shooting 67 to finish 16th) and again on Thursday. I'm making some progress, you...
    on Oct 2, 2008 By: David Howell Source: The Age

  2. "The belly-putter seems to be holing out better," Montgomerie told reporters. "Everyone said how well I putted at the Ryder Cup in 2002 at the Belfry with that and I'm trying to go back to that kind of stroke."
    on Jul 6, 2007 By: Colin Montgomerie Source:

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