[Bell Historians] Peal details
sam0austin at EkuudJEuiIoP3zi8Za7k7lL23fErqqkq1DiT209Q8tsvxe0_VUFrzAU8Sz5nSFHcF-RvrpFccpO8ApdJFiYfHQc.yahoo.invalid
Sun Mar 22 12:49:31 GMT 2009
Thanks for the details Alan.
The reason I ask is that we rang this yesterday,
and the Prescot peal was Ronald Preston's only previous eight bell peal
On Sun, Mar 22, 2009 at 12:19 AM, Alan Ellis <alan_ellis at ZPQyBCpUtcGhdUXyJP4Nw-EvRNo1h2PiWZPrIbwIU0s0par8gCJ5MHLUOk1-UliQHKLVc2HUsG0LgvRwIYg0.yahoo.invalid> wrote:
> Hi Sam,
> You could have said 'Prescot, Lancs." :-)
> Anyway, here are the details per the RW, page 691, November 3, 1950.
> PRESCOT, LANCASHIRE
> THE LANCASHIRE ASSOCIATION
> On Wed. Oct. 18, 1950 in 3 hours and 1 minute
> At the Church of St. Mary-the-Virgin,
> A PEAL OF CAMBRIDGE SURPRISE MAJOR, 5056 CHANGES
> Tenor 14 cwt. 3 qr. 21 lb. in F.
> *Ronald Preston Treble Alex J. Webster 5
> Julia M. Preston 2 Thomas W. Hesketh 6
> +Roger Preston 3 Eric J. Gilbert 7
> Thomas W. Hammond 4 Frank Varty Tenor
> Composed by Thos. B. Worsley. Conducted by by Frank Varty
> *First Peal on eight bells. +First Peal in method.
> Best wishes
> Alan Ellis
> Vancouver, BC
> Sam Austin wrote:
> Evening, can anyone provide me with full details of the following peal
> Many thanks
> 361-F04 OK 18 Oct 1950 Cambridge Surprise Major
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