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Kent County Association
Bromley Common, Kent
St Luke
Saturday, 3 May 1913 in 3h 5 (15–1–8 in F)
5040 Stedman Triples
Composed by Sir A P Heywood's Variation of Thurstan's
1 Walter S Wise
2 Edwin Barnett Snr
3 Edwin F Pike
4 Reginald Brough
5 Walter Smith
6 Robert Brett-Smith
7 Thomas Groombridge Snr (C)
8 Thomas Jones Snr
Tenor - First peal.
Bell News May 1913/p117
RW 1913/p308

Kent County Association
Bromley Common, Kent
St Luke
Saturday, 31 May 1913 in 3h 5 (15–1–8 in F)
5040 Stedman Triples
Composed by Thurstan's Four Part
1 Thomas Groombridge Jnr
2 Frederick W Richardson
3 Reginald Brough
4 William J Jeffries
5 Walter Smith
6 Robert Brett-Smith
7 Thomas Groombridge Snr (C)
8 William Lyddiard
Tenor - First peal.
This peal was rung as a birthday compliment to T . Groombridge Jun., the band wishing him "Many happy returns of the day."
Bell News June 1913/p165

Kent County Association
Lambeth, Greater London
St John the Evangelist
Wednesday, 27 August 1913 in 3h 2 (20)
5056 Cambridge Surprise Major
Composed by C Middleton
1 John H B Hesse
2 Charles T Coles
3 Alfred W Grimes
4 J Armiger Trollope
5 Frank Bennett (C)
6 William Spice
7 Reuben Sanders
8 James E Davis
Source - C Coles peal book

Kent County Association
Ospringe, Kent
St Peter and St Paul
Saturday, 13 September 1913 in 3h 2 (17–1–8 in F♯)
5056 Cambridge Surprise Major
Composed by C Middleton
1 Edward E Foreman
2 Edward Trendell
3 Frank Bennett (C)
4 Harold Burton
5 William Hewett
6 Frank I Hairs
7 William Spice
8 James E Davis
First in method: 1 and 2
First peal of Surprise on the bells

Kent County Association
Bromley Common, Kent
St Luke
Saturday, 27 September 1913 in 2h 56 (15–1–8 in F)
5040 Grandsire Triples
Composed by Grove's Variation of Parker's Twelve-Part
1 Albert E Newick
2 Reginald Brough
3 John Weadon
4 George French
5 Robert Brett-Smith
6 Thomas Groombridge Jnr
7 Thomas Groombridge Snr (C)
8 John Newick
Bell News Oct 1913/p370

Kent County Association
Southwark, Greater London
Cathedral Church of St Saviour
Saturday, 11 October 1913 in 3h 50 (48 in B♭)
5007 Stedman Cinques
Composed by John Carter
1 William J Nudds
2 Alfred W Grimes
3 John H Cheesman
4 George R Pye
5 Isaac G Shade
6 Charles T Coles
7 Reuben Sanders
8 Thomas Groombridge, jun
9 Keith Hart
10 William Pye (C)
11 Ernest Pye
12 Thomas Groombridge, Sen
Source - W Pye peal book

Kent County Association
New Cross, Kent
3 Hart's Lane
Wednesday, 22 October 1913 in 2h 49
5011 Stedman Caters
Composed by Frank Bennett
1–2 Miss Elsie L Bennett
3–4 William Pye (C)
5–6 George R Pye
7–8 Frank I Hairs
9–10 Frank Bennett
Umpires - Miss Alice White and Mr A Fluck, also Witness - Mr H Thornley.
Rung on the 21st birthday of Miss Elsie L Bennett
Source - W Pye peal book

Kent County Association
Ash by Wrotham, Kent
St Peter and St Paul
Saturday, 13 December 1913 in 2h 54 (8–3–11 in G♯)
5040 Minor (7m)
720 each Grandsire, Woodbine, Oxford Treble Bob, Kent Treble Bob, Oxford Bob, Canterbury Bob and Plain Bob.
1 Herbert Holden
2 John Burles
3 Frederick Hayes
4 George Arthur Jones
5 Guy R Ambrose
6 Frederick M Mitchell (C)
Believed to be the first peal on the bells.
Performance details found in the ringing record book of George Arthur Jones.