[Bell Historians] Method name

Richard Offen richard.offen at vZ244Lhv6TgVr2vJ2l78A8M4oSAsAcOs5qvR87X32dJKg8wzZhKd_WISa9rQEZG4w68Hg7SoEcOFLy1rBIQpAIQ.yahoo.invalid
Thu Jan 20 21:56:56 GMT 2011

If you can get hold of the Ringing Worlds for around 1964/5, Harold Chant published 'An Index of Minor Methods' as a series over quite a long period. In this he gave very interesting explanations of the history on many methods. As a young ringing nerd, I was totally captivated by this series!


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On 20/01/2011, at 11:24 PM, Sue Marsden <erincaters at k3wi6cFSXzUmGdOuUpD7fbVqeyzkMNCO9EP1eoEdTMfW4dYmN4bkpmkjs-HV_Ep0Fn4TNWvBx-tymuC4XVe8xIY.yahoo.invalid> wrote:

> On 20 January 2011 14:37, John Harrison <john at Ftk0_JfhmPDOHgja-EB5NVCB5H90DjdDryVQluqqFKx5HdeoQdnhyAa1rYpGOLFhs8g290kRxDUsRLdaeTpJ.yahoo.invalid> wrote:
> >
> >> Can anyone tell me when and where Primrose S Minor was first rung?
> >
> > Kingsland in 1959, but the Major was rung at Edenham in 1932.
> 1950, actually, according to Felstead, but that only refers to when
> the first peal was rung. I was wondering if it had been rung as a 720
> before that. Hayden has sort of answered my question, I think! I shall
> have to get a copy of Forbidden Methods.
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