[Bell Historians] Peal details

Alan Ellis alan_ellis at I5wpQqNgAoo8causkL5khvpPG451Y8Qgt4-1wkqzeQWOI5fZv7o6ec14ARkbwyuxdXSvzydaxP6_utIIZDs.yahoo.invalid
Mon Jan 21 16:37:54 GMT 2008

Hello Sue,

Very cheeky indeed.   I've not even had a chance to get out of my PJ's  :-)

You could have said that they were all rung at Chatteris.

All nine peals were rung for the EDA except for one!   28 Jan 1936 was 
not rung for anyone!!  No association details were published for that peal.

The peal above was rung for the Bedfordhsire Assoc.   However, as the 
Chatteris peal was rung by a Sunday Service band, IMHO, it would also 
have been rung for the EDA.  Would you not agree?

What do the EDA annual reports say?

Best wishes


Now I really must get ready for work.... good job I work out of my home.

Sue Marsden wrote:

> If it's not too cheeky, is there anyone with access to the RW for the
> 1930s and with a few minutes (?) to spare
> who could tell me which of these peals was not rung for the Ely DA? I
> have been told that 3 or 4 were rung for the 'Peterborough
> Association' - I don't know if they meant Peterborough DG. Any details
> would be much appreciated
> Sue Marsden
> 29 Oct 1932 Cambridge Surprise Minor
> 15 Nov 1933 Minor (5 methods)
> 16 Feb 1935 Minor (3 methods)
> 13 Nov 1935 Plain Bob Minor
> 28 Jan 1936 Plain Bob Minor
> 12 May 1937 Minor (7 methods)
> 14 May 1938 Kent Treble Bob Minor
> 23 Nov 1938 Minor (5 methods)
> 26 May 1939 Minor (7 methods)

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