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Gloucester & Bristol Diocesan Association
Bristol, Bristol
St Mary the Virgin, Redcliffe
Tuesday, 1 January 1901 in 3h 23 (50 in B)
5016 Plain Bob Maximus
Composed by Herbert H Tucker
1 William Knight
2 William A Cave
3 Henry Pring
4 Alfred Pearce
5 Herbert H Tucker
6 Gilbert Pearce
7 Raymond J Wilkins
8 W James Hinton
9 Charles H Tomkins
10 John D Matthews
11 Henry Porch (C)
12 George T Daltry
First peal of Maximus by all the band, and on the bells.
This is the first peal in which the tenor has been rung as changing bell, and the composition is now rung for the first time.

Gloucester & Bristol Diocesan Association
Bristol, Bristol
All Saints
Thursday, 17 January 1901 in 2h 42 (18 in E)
5040 Stedman Triples
Composed by Brook's Variation
1 William A Cave
2 Charles H Gordon
3 Charles H Tomkins
4 William Knight
5 John A Burford
6 Frederick G May
7 George T Daltry (C)
8 Frederick J Cooper

Gloucester & Bristol Diocesan Association
Bristol, Bristol
St Nicholas
Saturday, 2 February 1901 in 3h 22 (36)
5021 Grandsire Caters
Composed by Frederick G May
1 Frederick G Leaker
2 Albert Stowell
3 Frederick G May (C)
4 John Thomas
5 James J Poole
6 Raymond J Wilkins
7 James Richmond
8 William Stowell
9 Frank K Howell
10 Frank Price
First peal of Caters: 1, 2, 4, 5, 7, 8.

Gloucester & Bristol Diocesan Association
Abergavenny, Monmouthshire
St Mary
Saturday, 23 March 1901 in 3h 1 (17–0–9)
5040 Grandsire Triples
Composed by Taylor's Six-part
1 Francis S Wilson
2 Ernest Bishop
3 Alfred Lawrence
4 Thomas Robinson
5 Thomas Ricketts
6 Francis Price (C)
7 Sidney Hiller
8 James L Wells
This is the first peal on the bells.

Gloucester & Bristol Diocesan Association
Abergavenny, Monmouthshire
St Mary
Sunday, 24 March 1901 in 2h 51 (17–0–9)
5040 Grandsire Triples
Composed by Penning's Five-Part
1 Ernest Bishop
2 Thomas Ricketts (C)
3 Francis S Wilson
4 Alfred Lawrence
5 Thomas Robinson
6 Francis Price
7 Sidney Hillier
8 James L Wells
This is F. Wilson's first peal with a bob bell, and rung at his first attempt.

Gloucester & Bristol Diocesan Association
Bristol, Bristol
St Nicholas
Monday, 8 April 1901 in 3h 13 (36)
5021 Grandsire Caters
Composed by Arthur Knights
1 Frederick G Leaker
2 Albert Stowell
3 John Thomas
4 Francis E Ward
5 Henry T Howell
6 C E D Boutflower
7 James Richmond
8 John A Burford
9 Frederick G May (C)
10 William Stowell

Gloucester & Bristol Diocesan Association
Cardiff, Cardiff
St John the Baptist
Saturday, 11 May 1901 in 3h 13 (25–0–23 in D)
5056 Plain Bob Major
Composed by F Bennett
1 William Sommerville
2 Albert Stowell
3 William B Biss
4 James J Poole
5 Henry T Howell
6 Frank K Howell
7 Frederick G May (C)
8 William Stowell
The ringers wish to tender their sincere thanks to tbe churchwardens for allowing them to use the bells, and also to the local ringers for getting everything in readiness.

Gloucester & Bristol Diocesan Association
Newport, Newport
Cathedral Church of St Woolos
Monday, 27 May 1901 in 2h 55 (19–2–8)
5088 Plain Bob Major
Composed by Frank Hopgood
1 John Butler
2 George Condick jun
3 William T Pegler (C)
4 Richard A Judd
5 Thomas Newman
6 William J Sevier
7 Ernest E Davis
8 Arthur E Pegler
First peal of Major on the bells. Mr. J. Butler was elected a member of the Association and Juniors previous to starting.
Rung by The St Michael's Juniors, Gloucester.

Gloucester & Bristol Diocesan Association
Bristol, Bristol
St Nicholas
Monday, 27 May 1901 in 3h 16 (36)
5040 Plain Bob Royal
Composed by J Carter
1 Albert E Stowell
2 William Sommerville
3 George T Daltry
4 John A Burford
5 William Knight
6 Frederick G May (C)
7 C E D Boutflower
8 Frank K Howell
9 Henry T Howell
10 William Stowell
This is the first peal of Bob Royal ever rung in Bristol by a local band, and the first for fifty years, also first by all the band except the conductor.

Gloucester & Bristol Diocesan Association
Exeter, Devon
St Michael and All Angels, Heavitree
Saturday, 13 July 1901 in 3h 22 (25–3–2 in E♭)
5040 Plain Bob Major
Composed by J Carter
1 James Richmond
2 Charles Downing
3 Fred G May (C)
4 William Somerville
5 Albert Stowell
6 Henry J Howell
7 Frank K Howell
8 William Stowell
[The St. Nicholas Guild’s first annual outing brought the band to Exeter, and specifically to Heavitree and St. David’s Churches.
At Heavitree they rang, this, the first Peal of Major on the bells and at St. David’s they rang the first ever Quarter Peal of Stedman Triples on the bells and a touch of Plain Bob Triples.]
[Source: Bell News No. 1006, Vol. XX, July 20th 1901, p139.]

Gloucester & Bristol Diocesan Association
Exeter, Devon
St David
Saturday, 13 July 1901
336 Plain Bob Triples
1 J Richmond
2 C Downing
3 W Somerville
4 H T Howell
5 A Stowell
6 F G May (C)
7 V O'Brien
[The St. Nicholas Guild of Bristol’s first annual outing brought the band to Exeter, and specifically to Heavitree and St. David’s Churches.
At Heavitree they rang the first Peal of Major on the bells and at St. David’s, in addition to this touch, they rang the first ever Quarter Peal of Stedman Triples on the bells.]
[Source: Bell News No. 1006, Vol. XX, July 20th 1901, p143]

Gloucester & Bristol Diocesan Association
Exeter, Devon
St David
Saturday, 13 July 1901 in 42m
1260 Stedman Triples
1 V O'Brien
2 A Stowell
3 W Stowell
4 J Richmond
5 W Sommerville
6 F K Howell
7 F G May (C)
8 C Downing
[The St. Nicholas Guild of Bristol’s first annual outing brought the band to Exeter, and specifically to Heavitree and St. David’s Churches.
At Heavitree they rang the first Peal of Major on the bells and at St. David’s they rang, this, the first ever Quarter Peal of Stedman Triples on the bells.]
[Source: Bell News No. 1006, Vol. XX, July 20th 1901, p 143.]

Gloucester & Bristol Diocesan Association
Bristol, Bristol
St Nicholas
Monday, 5 August 1901 in 3h 9 (36)
5057 Grandsire Caters
Composed by Frederick G May
1 Charles Downing
2 Frederick G May (C)
3 Albert E Stowell
4 William Sommerville
5 Henry T Howell
6 Vincent J S O'Brien
7 James Richmond
8 Stephen Thomas
9 William Stowell
10 Frank K Howell

Gloucester & Bristol Diocesan Association
Portishead, Somerset
St Peter
Saturday, 10 August 1901 in 3h (15 in F)
5088 Kent Treble Bob Major
Composed by W Harrison
1 Henry T Howell
2 George Condick jun
3 Frederick G May (C)
4 John Thomas
5 Stephen Thomas
6 William Somerville
7 John Burford
8 William Stowell
First peal of Major on the bells.
[BN xx p.188]

Gloucester & Bristol Diocesan Association
Bristol, Bristol
St Nicholas
Tuesday, 13 August 1901 in 3h 22 (36)
5055 Stedman Caters
Composed by Frederick G May
1 Frederick G May (C)
2 John Thomas
3 Albert E Stowell
4 Raymond J Wilkins
5 Henry T Howell
6 William Sommerville
7 James Richmond
8 George T Daltry
9 William Stowell
10 William A Cave
Rung muffled as a mark of respect to the Empress Frederick, Princess Royal of England.
First peal of Stedman: 3, 5, 6, 7, 9. This completes the four Standard Methods rung since July 13th, 1901, by the young members of the St Nicholas band.

Gloucester & Bristol Diocesan Association
Bristol, Bristol
All Saints
Wednesday, 11 September 1901 in 2h 58 (18)
5088 Superlative Surprise Major
Composed by Gabriel Lindoff
1 William Knight
2 Herbert H Tucker
3 John Thomas
4 William A Cave
5 Frederick G May
6 Charles H Gordon
7 John A Burford
8 George T Daltry (C)
First peal in the method: 2, 3, 7, 8.
This composition has the 6th its extent home without 2nd or 3rd in 6ths.

Gloucester & Bristol Diocesan Association
Bristol, Bristol
St Nicholas
Wednesday, 18 September 1901 in 3h 30 (36)
5053 Stedman Caters
Composed by Frederick G May
1 Frederick G May (C)
2 George T Daltry
3 Albert E Stowell
4 Raymond J Wilkins
5 Henry T Howell
6 William Sommerville
7 C E D Boutflower
8 William Stowell
9 William A Cave
10 John A Burford
Rang muffled as a mark of respect to the late President McKinley.

Gloucester & Bristol Diocesan Association
Bristol, Bristol
All Saints
Thursday, 24 October 1901 in 3h 8 (18)
5152 Double Norwich Court Bob Major
Composed by Herbert H Tucker
1 George Jayne
2 John Thomas
3 Frederick G May
4 William Knight
5 William A Cave
6 Charles H Tomkins
7 John A Burford
8 George T Daltry (C)
Rung as a birthday compliment to the conductor.

Gloucester & Bristol Diocesan Association
Bristol, Bristol
All Saints
Saturday, 2 November 1901 in 3h 2 (18)
5152 Plain Bob Major
Composed by Frederick G May
1 Frederick G May
2 John Thomas
3 Charles H Tomkins
4 William Knight
5 Richard Clark
6 Charles H Gordon
7 John A Burford
8 George T Daltry (C)
Rung in honour of the dedication of the new church of All Hallows, Easton, Bristol, by the Lord Bishop of Bristol.

Gloucester & Bristol Diocesan Association
Chepstow, Monmouthshire
St Mary
Saturday, 9 November 1901 in 2h 54 (17–1–0 in E)
5040 Grandsire Triples
Composed by Carter's Twelve part
1 George Hobson
2 James J Morley
3 John Prickett (C)
4 Robert Thompson
5 William J Freestone
6 John W Davies
7 William J Green
8 George Daniels
First peal as conductor: 3. First peal in any method: 7, 8. First peal of Grandsire Triples: 1, 5.

Gloucester & Bristol Diocesan Association
Bristol, Bristol
St Nicholas
Wednesday, 11 December 1901 in 3h 30 (36)
5080 Kent Treble Bob Royal
Composed by Arthur Knights
1 John Thomas
2 W James Hinton
3 Frederick G May (C)
4 William Sommerville
5 Albert E Stowell
6 Charles H Gordon
7 Charles H Tomkins
8 Henry T Howell
9 John A Burford
10 William Stowell

Gloucester & Bristol Diocesan Association
Bristol, Bristol
St Thomas the Martyr
Wednesday, 18 December 1901 in 3h 12 (27–3–25 in D)
5040 Grandsire Triples
Composed by Hollis' one-part
1 Herbert A Poole
2 Robert H Leaker
3 Frederick J Portch
4 William A Cave (C)
5 Frederick J Cooper
6 Frederick G Leaker
7 Algernon L Lewton
8 George Price
  Sydney Edwards

Gloucester & Bristol Diocesan Association
Upper Cam, Gloucestershire
St George
Sunday, 22 December 1901 in 26m
720 Plain Bob Minor
1 E Whittard
2 C East
3 J G Prout
4 L Taylor
5 A Summers
6 H W Tussell (C)
This, the first 720, was rung on the occasion of the reopening of the Bells

Gloucester & Bristol Diocesan Association
Bristol, Bristol
St Mary the Virgin, Redcliffe
Thursday, 26 December 1901 in 3h 17 (50)
5037 Grandsire Cinques
Composed by John Carter
1 W James Hinton
2 William A Cave
3 Frederick G May
4 Alfred Pearce
5 George T Daltry
6 Henry Pring
7 Herbert H Tucker
8 Raymond J Wilkins
9 Charles H Tomkins
10 John A Burford
11 Henry Porch (C)
12 William Stowell
First peal of Grandsire Cinques on the bells.