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August 24 2016, 2h 34                                                                                                       Band Photo

5040 Cambridge Surprise Minor

Conductor David R Carter

 

1

Sarah A Macdonell

2

Martin J Kirk

3

Rosie B Roberts

4

David C Powell

5

Nicholas C Fisher

6

David R Carter

First Peal at first attempt for Rosie (3). For the Feast of St Bartholomew.

 

August 24 2015, 2h 42                                                                                                       Band Photo

5040 Grandsire Doubles

Conductor Nicholas C Fisher

Pitman's 240 followed by 40 extents, 10 different callings

1

Martin J Kirk

2

Nicola J Aubrey

3

Hayley I Clarke

4

Nicholas C Fisher

5

David R Carter

6

David C Powell

First Peal at first attempt for Hayley (3). For the Feast of St Bartholomew.

 

December 28 2013, 2h 41                                                                                                   

5040 Minor (7m)

Conductor Ashley C Fortey

(1) Single Oxford B, (2) Double Oxford B, (3) Kent TB, (4) Oxford TB, (5) Cambridge S, (6) St Clements CB & (7) Plain B.

1

Colin A Lewis

2

Nicholas C Fisher

3

Nicola J Aubrey

4

Colin H Ward

5

Andrew L Mainwaring

6

Ashley C Fortey

For Christmas. 25th Peal on the Bells

  

 

March 17 2012, 2h 53                                                                                                        Band Photo

5040 Plain Bob Doubles

Conductor David C Powell                     PealBoardPhoto

42 extents, 4 callings

1

Karen J. Herbert

2

Wendy M. Davies

3

Pamela Owen

4

Mike E. Jefferis

5

David C. Powell

6

Kevin N. Johnson

First Peal on the Bells since Rehanging in 2000. First Peal-1,3,4,6. By a Sunday Service Band

 

3319

A Guild Centenary Peal

November 28 1986, 2h 42

5040 Stedman Doubles

John E. Harrold

42 extents, 15 callings

1

Frederick Shallcross

2

Andrew L. Mainwaring

3

Frederick R. Harris

4

Michael V. Powell

5

John E. Harrold

6

John W. Smith

(Treble Ringer, Frederick Shallcross) First of Stedman Doubles on Tower bells

(5th Ringer, John E. Harrold) 150th Peal as Conductor

 

 

2103

December 21 1967, 2h 40

5040 Minor (7 methods)

Conductor Frank Reed

One 720 of Single Oxford (Single Oxford Bob), Single Oxford and Plain Bob, Double Oxfod (Double Oxford Bob), St. Clements (St. Clements College Bob), Oxford T. B, Kent T. B. and Cambridge Surprise

1

Peter L. Hughes

2

Peter D. Sell

3

Austin T. Wingate

4

John F. I. Turney

5

Marcus C. W. Sherwood

6

Frank Reed

Rung as a wedding compliment to Joyce and Andrew Gilg on the day of their wedding in this church

 

1371

April 2 1948, 2h45

5040 Plain Bob Minor

Conductor Wilfred F. Moreton

Seven different extents

1

Charles L. Sadler

2

Ralph C. Spittle

3

John D. Rock

4

Leslie Evans

5

Michael P. Moreton

6

Wilfred F. Moreton

(2nd Ringer, Ralph C. Spittle) First Peal inside

 

1183

February 19 1938, 2h50

5040 Kent Treble Bob Minor

Conductor Ernest F. Salmons

Seven 720’s

1

Gilbert R. Gwatkin

2

John D. Worsey

3

Walter S. Evans

4

Austin T. Wingate

5

George T. Cousins

6

Ernest F. Salmons

(Treble Ringer, Gilbert R. Gwatkin and 2nd Ringer, John D. Worsey) First Peal of Treble Bob Minor

(4th Ringer, Austin T. Wingate) First Peal of Kent inside

Ernest Salmons Obit RW 1988 p388

 

1178

January 27 1938, 2h55

5040 Grandsire Doubles

Conductor Ernest F. Salmons

42 Six-scores, ten callings

1

George H. Brown

2

Harry Johnson

3

Ernest H. Williams

4

Ernest F. Salmons

5

Austin T. Wingate

6

John Williams

(Treble Ringer, George H. Brown) First Peal away from Tenor

(3rd Ringer, Ernest H. Williams) First Peal inside

(Tenor Ringer, John Williams) First Peal

 

1174

December 29 1937, 2h 58

5040 Kent Treble Bob Minor

Conductor Ernest F. Salmons

Seven 720’s, called differently

1

Austin T. Wingate

2

Joseph W. Downes

3

George T. Cousins

4

Walter S. Evans

5

William Duggan

6

Ernest F. Salmons

First Peal of Kent by all the band and on the bells

Rung half muffled as an appreciation, and in memory, of the late Reverend H. S. T. Richardson,

General Secretary of the Guild

 

1173

December 16 1937, 2h54

5040 Minor (3 methods)

Conductor Ernest F. Salmons

One 720 of Kent T. B, 3 720’s each of Oxford Bob (Single Oxford Bob) and Plain Bob

1

Austin T. Wingate

2

John D. Worsey

3

George T. Cousins

4

Walter S. Evans

5

William Duggan

6

Ernest F. Salmons

(Treble Ringer, Austin T. Wingate and 2nd Ringer, John D. Worsey) First Peal in 3 methods

 

1164

October 9 1937, 2h 51

5040 Grandsire Doubles

Conductor Ernest F. Salmons

42 Six-scores, ten callings

1

Percy H. Minton

2

George T. Cousins

3

William H. Symonds

4

Charles H. Tompkins

5

Ernest F. Salmons

6

Leslie L. Quartermain

(Treble Ringer, Percy H. Minton and Tenor Ringer, Leslie L. Quartermain) First Peal

A Quarterly Peal for the Hereford District

 

1157

July 26 1937, 2h 50

5040 Plain Bob minor

Conductor Ernest F. Salmons

Seven 720’s, called differently

1

Charles H. Tompkins

2

Joseph W. Downes

3

Austin T. Wingate

4

Walter S. Evans

5

William Duggan

6

Ernest F. Salmons

(3rd Ringer, Austin T. Wingate) First Peal of Minor

Rung to honour the visit of H.M. Queen Mary to Hereford (Queen Mary was the widow of King George V)

 

1143

May 13 1937, 2h52

5040 Minor (3 methods)

Conductor Ernest F. Salmons

Two 720’s each of Oxford Single Bob(Single Oxford Bob) and Cantebury Bob. Three of Plain Bob

1

Charles H. Tompkins

2

George T. Cousins

3

Walter S. Evans

4

Joseph W. Downes

5

William Duggan

6

Ernest F. Salmons

First Peal of Minor in 3 methods for all the band and on the bells

Rung to honour the Coronation of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth

 

1131

December 19 1936, 2h 50

5040 Grandsire Doubles

 

42 Six-scores, Ten callings

1

George Soley

2

Walter S. Evans

3

William J. Downes

4

Ernest F. Salmons

5

William Duggan

6

Arthur J. Gough

(Tenor Ringer, Arthur J. Gough) First Peal

A Birthday compliment to George Soley and William Duggan

 

1101

May 16 1936, 2h50

5040 Grandsire Doubles

Conductor Ernest F. Salmons

42 Six-scores, Ten callings

1

Charles H. Tompkins

2

George T. Cousins

3

GeorgeH. Bailey

4

Gilbert R. Gwatkin

5

Ernest F. Salmons

6

George H. Brown

(Treble Ringer, Charles H. Tompkins) First Peal away from Tenor

(Second Ringer, George T. Cousins) First Peal inside

(Tenor Ringer, George H. Brown) First Peal

 

Peal rung for the Midland County Association

 

April 23 1936, 2h 54

5040 Plain Bob Minor

Conductor Rev. E.S. Powell

1

Rev. W. M. K. Warren

2

Mrs E. S. Powell

3

Rev. F. Ll. Edwards

4

Rev. B. F. Sheppard

5

Rev. E. S. Powell

6

Rev. W. P. Wright

 

1098

February 29 1936, 2h55

5040 Grandsire Doubles

Conductor Ernest F. Salmons

42 Six-scores, 10 callings

1

George T. Cousins

2

Thomas W. Biggs

3

Gilbert R. Gwatkin

4

George H. Bailey

5

Ernest F. Salmons

6

Frederick J. Smith

(2nd Ringer, Thomas W. Biggs, Tenor Ringer, Frederick J. Smith) First Peal

(3rd Ringer, Gilbert R. Gwatkin, 4th Ringer, George H. Bailey) First Peal inside

(5th Ringer, Ernest F. Salmons) First Peal as Conductor

 

1083

December 3 1935, 2h56

5040 Plain Bob Minor

Conductor Frank E. Downes

Seven 720’s called differently

1

Gilbert R. Gwatkin

2

Joseph W. Downes

3

Albert E. Hurcomb

4

Ernest F. Salmons

5

William Duggan

6

Frank E. Downes

(Treble Ringer, Gilbert R. Gwatkin) First Peal

Birthday Compliment to the Third Ringer

 

1065

June 20 1935, 2h55

5040 Plain Bob Minor

Conductor Frank E. Downes

Seven differently called 720’s

1

Albert H. Downes

2

Joseph W. Downes

3

Walter S. Evans

4

Ernest F. Salmons

5

William Duggan

6

Frank E. Downes

(Tenor Ringer, Frank E. Downes) First attempt as Conductor

RW 1935 p.

 

1018

September 25 1934, 2h59

5040 Plain Bob Minor

Conductor Walter Taylor

Seven different 720’s

1

Albert H. Downes

2

Frank E. Downes

3

Walter S. Evans

4

Ernest F. Salmons

5

Walter Taylor

6

William Duggan

(4th Ringer, Ernest F. Salmons) First Peal of Minor inside

RW 1934 p. 629

 

895

November 24 1931, 2h53

5040 Minor (2methods)

Conductor Walter Taylor

Three 720’s of Oxford Bob (Single Oxford Bob), Four of Plain Bob

1

George Soley

2

Walter S. Evans

3

Joseph W. Downes

4

Frank E. Downes

5

William Duggan

6

Walter Taylor

RW 1931 p. 808

 

830

May 1 1930, 2h 50

5040 Plain Bob Minor

Conductor Walter Taylor

Seven extents, called differently

1

George Soley

2

Frank E. Downes

3

Walter S. Evans

4

William Downes

5

William Duggan

6

Walter Taylor

RW 1930 p. 309

 

682

August 22 1926, 3h 01

5040 Grandsire Doubles

Conductor James P. Hyett

42 Six-scores, 21 callings

1

Arthur W. Kinsey

2

Wilfred R. Harris

3

William J. Beniams

4

Frank E. Downes

5

James P. Hyett

6

Arthur Weaver

(Treble Ringer, Arthur W. Kinsey) First Peal away from Tenor

First Railwayman’s Peal for the Guild

First Peal of Doubles on the bells since Augmentation

 

665

 

January 29 1926, 3h 00

 

5040 Plain Bob Minor

Conductor Charles Edwards

 

Seven 720’s, called differently

 

1

Albert H. Downes

 

2

Joseph W. Downes

 

3

Frank E. Downes

 

4

William H. Symonds

 

5

William Duggan

 

6

Charles Edwards

 

(Treble Ringer, Albert H. Downes, 2nd Ringer, Joseph W. Downes, 5th Ringer, William Duggan) First Peal of Minor

(3rd Ringer, Frank E. Downes, 4th Ringer, William H. Symonds) First Peal of Minor away from the Treble

RW 1926 p. 101

 

533

December 5 1922, 2h 58

5040 Grandsire Doubles

Conductor Henry J. Taylor

42 Six-scores, 10 different callings

1

Albert H. Downes

2

Edwin Everatt

3

William Downes

4

Frank E. Downes

5

Henry J. Taylor

(Treble Ringer, Albert H. Downes and 2nd Ringer, Edwin Everatt) First Peal

(3rd Ringer, William Downes) First Peal with a Bob Bell

RW 1922 p.819

 

361

April 12 1914, 2h 57

5040 Grandsire Doubles

42 Six-scores, 10 different callings

Conductor Henry J. Taylor

1

Charles H. Sparkes

2

Albert E. Hucomb

3

Henry Symonds

4

James P. Hyett

5

Henry J. Taylor

First Peal on the Bells

RW 1914 p.270