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Kent County Association
New Romney, Kent
St Nicholas
Sunday, 7 January 1912 in 47m (19–3–0 in E)
1260 Grandsire Triples
Composed by from 'Parker's 12-part'
1 Highwood Smith Humphery (C)
2 Ernest E Hutchinson
3 George E Kennett
4 Stephen J Boulden
5 Hugh D Anderson
6 Percy Page
7 Pte Spencer Southerden
8 George B Anderson
Rung by a local band prior to Divine Service as practice for the forthcoming first (and only to date) entirely local band peal on the bells, rung on Tuesday 16th January 1912, being 5040 Grandsire Triples (Parker's 12-part) in the same band order.

Kent County Association
Erith, Kent
St John the Baptist
Sunday, 14 January 1912 in 3h 1 (18)
5056 Bristol Surprise Major
Composed by A Knights
1 William J Nevard
2 Isaac G Shade
3 George R Pye
4 Thomas Groombridge, jun
5 John H Cheesman
6 Thomas Groombridge, Sen
7 Ernest Pye
8 William Pye (C)
First peal in the method: 4 and 6
Source - W Pye peal book

Kent County Association
Kennington, Kent
St Mary
Tuesday, 30 January 1912 (11 in G)
720 Plain Bob Minor
1 Arthur Webb
2 Thomas Wenham
3 Charles W Everett
4 Archibald C Kay
5 Thomas Tabrett
6 Graham Lindridge (C)
First 720: 3
First as conductor

Kent County Association
Westminster, Greater London
St Clement Danes
Thursday, 8 February 1912 in 3h 32 (25)
5040 Cambridge Surprise Royal
Composed by William Pye
1 Arthur N Hardy
2 Edwin Barnett, jun
3 Henry J Ranzetta
4 George R Pye
5 Alfred Grimes
6 William Shimmans
7 Frank Bennett
8 Edwin Barnet, sen
9 Harry Flanders
10 James E Davis (C)
* First peal of Cambridge Royal: 1 and 6
Source - G Pye peal book

Kent County Association
Ashford, Kent
St Mary the Virgin
Tuesday, 5 March 1912 in 47m (23 in E♭)
1260 Grandsire Triples
Composed by George Willshire
1 Thomas Tabrett
2 Charles W Player (C)
3 Thomas Wenham
4 E G Johnson
5 Archibald C Kay
6 Charles W Everett
7 Arthur J Dyson
8 Arthur Webb
Rung as a compliment to Mr George Willshire of Birchington, whose composition this was.

Kent County Association
Lambeth, Greater London
St John the Evangelist
Wednesday, 1 May 1912 in 3h (20)
5056 Cambridge Surprise Major
Composed by C Middleton
1 Fredk G Perrin
2 J Armiger Trollope
3 Fredk J Holden
4 Bertram Prewett
5 Frank Hairs
6 Alfred W Grimes
7 Thomas Langdon
8 James E Davis (C)
Rung as a birthday compliment to the conductor
Source - B Prewett peal book

Kent County Association
Chislehurst, Kent
St Nicholas
Monday, 13 May 1912 in 2h 46 (17–3–0)
5040 Grandsire Triples
Parker's Twelve-Part
1 Thomas Groombridge, Senr (C)
2 Robert Brett Smith
3 Spencer Marshall
4 George French
5 Horace W Humble
6 George Durling
7 Alfred James
8 Harry Durling
First peal with a bob bell: 5

Kent County Association
London
George IV, Brunswick Street, N.E.
Friday, 17 May 1912 in 3h 5 (16 in B♭)
5040 Plain Bob Royal
Composed by Frank Bennett
1–2 Elsie L Bennett
3–4 William Shepherd
5–6 Frank Bennett (C)
7–8 Frank I Hairs
9–10 Alfred W Grimes
Umpires: W. Hewett and J. E. Davies
First Peal of Bob Royal: 9-10

Kent County Association
Bromley Common, Kent
St Luke
Saturday, 6 July 1912 in 3h 12 (15–1–8 in F)
5056 Cambridge Surprise Major
Composed by C Middleton
1 George Durling
2 Edwin Barnett Jnr
3 Frank I Hairs
4 Isaac Emery
5 Frank Bennett (C)
6 William J Jeffries
7 James E Davis
8 Alfred W Grimes
First peal of Major on the bells. Mr. A W. Grimes' 150th peal, and the conductor's 50th peal in the method
RW July 1912/p20

Kent County Association
Bromley Common, Kent
St Luke
Saturday, 3 August 1912 in 3h 16 (15–1–8 in F)
5184 Double Norwich Court Bob Major
Composed by Henry Johnson
1 Edwin Barnett Snr
2 John Wheadon
3 Edward A G Allen
4 Edwin F Pike
5 William J Jeffries
6 Robert Brett-Smith
7 Thomas Groombridge Jnr (C)
8 Thomas Groombridge Snr
First in the method on the bells, by the ringer of the 6th, and the conductor's first in the method as such.
Bell News Aug 1912/p312

Kent County Association
Woolwich, Greater London
St Mary Magdalene
Friday, 23 August 1912 in 2h 52 (12–3–6 in G)
5040 Stedman Triples
Composed by Thurstans' Four-part
1 Edward T Wigg
2 William J Aldridge
3 Ernest Pye
4 Isaac G Shade
5 Harry C Beckford
6 Edwin Barnett, sen
7 William Pye (C)
8 William Horsley
First peal in the method: 1
First peal: 8
Source - W Pye peal book

Kent County Association
Holloway, Greater London
St Mary Magdalene
Saturday, 24 August 1912 in 3h 7 (17–2–15 in E)
5056 Cambridge Surprise Major
Composed by C Middleton
1 Frank I Hairs
2 Henry J Ranzetta
3 Isaac Emery
4 Frank Bennett (C)
5 William J Nudds
6 William J Jeffries
7 James E Davis
8 Alfred W Grimes
First peal of Old Cambridge: 5.

Kent County Association
Greenwich, Greater London
St Alfege
Tuesday, 17 September 1912 in 3h 24 (25)
5043 Stedman Caters
Composed by G T Daltry
1 Harry Hoskins
2 William Pye (C)
3 Fredk Wm Richardson
4 Isaac G Shade
5 William J Jeffries
6 Rev F J O Helmore
7 Reuben Sanders
8 Edwin Barnett, sen
9 Thomas Groombridge, Sen
10 Thomas Jakeman
First peal on ten bells: 3
Source - W Pye peal book

Kent County Association
Bromley Common, Kent
St Luke
Saturday, 5 October 1912 in 3h 6 (15–1–8 in F)
5040 Stedman Triples
Composed by Thurstan's Four Part
1 Isaac Emery
2 Hubert J Blackwell
3 Alfred G Bennington
4 Frederick W Richardson
5 Ernest B Crowder
6 George Buxley
7 George Durling (C)
8 John T Newick (first peal)
RW October 1912/p256

Kent County Association
Lambeth, Greater London
St John the Evangelist
Wednesday, 6 November 1912 in 3h 3 (20)
5024 Bristol Surprise Major
Composed by Frank Bennett
1 Frederick G Perrin
2 Harold Burton
3 Alfred W Grimes
4 Frank Bennett
5 J Armiger Trollope
6 Bertram Prewett
7 Frank Hairs
8 James E Davis (C)
Source - B Prewett peal book

Kent County Association
Southwark, Greater London
Cathedral Church of St Saviour
Saturday, 7 December 1912 in 3h 57 (48–3–1 in B♭)
5040 Kent Treble Bob Maximus
Composed by N J Pitstow
1 Bertram Prewett
2 George R Pye
3 Isaac G Shade
4 Walter S Wise
5 John H Cheesman
6 Alfred W Grimes
7 Reuben Sanders
8 William J Nudds
9 Ernest Pye
10 Francis E Dawe
11 William Pye
12 Thomas Groombridge, Sen (C)
First peal of Maximus: 4 and 7
200th peal: 8
First peal as conductor on 12 bells.
The peal was rung as a birthday compliment to the Rev F J O Helmore, Hon Sec and Treasurer of the Association, and to Mr Cheesman (father of the ringer of the 5th), on attaining his 87th birthday. Mr Cheesman, senr, sat in the tower during the peal, and entertained the band to a meat tea afterwards, which was greatly appreciated
Source - W Pye peal book

Kent County Association
Ospringe, Kent
St Peter and St Paul
Thursday, 12 December 1912 in 2h 52 (17–1–8 in F♯)
5040 Grandsire Triples
Composed by J J Parker
1 J W Lane
2 T E Eades
3 F Hunt
4 E Trendell (C)
5 G Beeby
6 S R Garner
7 H Baker
8 G Coveney