[Bell Historians] Peal details
alan_ellis at 94VoJ8Xvm8Xw04F6vZEcg5zThwoWCHTU1YNsMNgcsznrWk3McFX2jXvvATR9daIv5B-e8iNj5BZUL83gaA.yahoo.invalid
Mon Jan 21 18:36:57 GMT 2008
22 Jan 1921
18 Jun 1921
11 Aug 1921
These three were rung for the Peterborough and District Association
7 Feb 1923
This was rung for the EDA.
Sorry about the last message. I should have worded it better. The
peal above the Chatteris peal, as shown in the RW was for
Bedfordshire. The Chatteris peal had no Assoc. details.
The 28 Jan 1936 peal (in the 14 Feb 1936 RW) listed the following ringers:
D. Paul (1st peal)
W. Seekings (C)
"All the above are regular Sunday service ringers."
Sue Marsden wrote:
> Thanks Alan - much obliged!. Can I be even cheekier and ask a couple
> more questions for when you have a few spare moments?
> Could you give me deatails of the 28 Jan 1936 peal you say has no
> association given. Then you go on to say "The peal above was rung for
> the Bedfordhsire Assoc" is that the peal above it in the RW? That
> puzzled me at first. It should have been for the Ely but perhaps
> someone was not a member? Unfortunately I do not have any reprts older
> than 1956 so I will have to ask the GenSec to check for me.
> our tower captian is convicned that some peals were rung for the
> peterborough Association and thought they were from the 1930s, and was
> given this info by Felstead. I think they could though be pelas from
> the 1920s as the Peterborough DG was formed in 1924 and peals in the
> 30s would be rung by the Peterborough DG - always assuming he has he
> name right. Could you possibly check the 1920s peals to see what assoc
> they were rung for? They all predate the founding of the PDG so may
> have been Peterborough Association which I seem to recall seeing on a
> few old peal boards in the area.
> 22 Jan 1921Minor (4 methods)
> Jun 1921Minor (7 methods)
> 11 Aug 1921Minor (3 methods)
> Feb 1923Minor (4 methods
> many thanks again
> On 21/01/2008, Alan Ellis <alan_ellis at fevWPKEhKz4Ee-mxRq8NTYiPMfFX0G-2OH9Owo282_cfaKJlUiYNnGtxqhJ71P-zkGNcHa4OWvi966zN.yahoo.invalid
> <mailto:alan_ellis%40telus.net>> wrote:
> > 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
> > Alan
> > 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
> > TIA
> > 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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