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Kent County Association
Borden, Kent
St Peter and St Paul
Saturday, 22 February 1919 (22 in E♭)
2000 Grandsire Doubles
Rung with a 7-6-8 cover
1 William Tassell (Borden)
2 Frederick Culmer (Borden)
3 William Peck (Borden)
4 B Peck (Borden)
5 Ernest J Dobbie (Milton Regis)
6 Stanley B Dobbie (Milton Regis)
7 Thomas Jull (Bobbing)
8 William Spice (Tunstall) (C)
Especially arranged and rung half-muffled at the same time as a great memorial service for the Great War fallen, at St Clements-in-the-Strand, London, WC. This long touch was rung especially remembering local ringers who fell: Richard Staines, Frederick Staines, George Mills.
NB: details as given in a local newspaper cutting of the time; I suspect the band have been grouped by tower and are in the wrong order. The local men likely rang the 7-6-8.

Kent County Association
Bromley Common, Kent
St Luke
Thursday, 27 February 1919 in 3h 6 (15–1–8 in F)
5040 Grandsire Triples
Composed by Grove's Variation of Parker's Twelve-Part
1 George Durling
2 Isaac Emery
3 Albert E Newick
4 George F James
5 John Lyddiard
6 George Daynes
7 Thomas Groombridge Snr (C)
8 William Lyddiard
Rung as a welcome home to civilian life of John Lyddiard; of the local band, after active service in France.
RW 14th March 1919/p92

Kent County Association
Bromley Common, Kent
St Luke
Thursday, 27 March 1919 in 3h (15–1–8 in F)
5040 Grandsire Triples
Composed by Grove's Variation of Parker's Twelve-Part
1 William Lyddiard
2 E Maurice Atkins
3 George Durling
4 John Lyddiard
5 George F James
6 Isaac Emery
7 Thomas Groombridge Snr (C)
8 Henry J Tinnans
Treble - First peal away from the tenor.
Tenor - First peal.
RW 25th April 1919/p143

Kent County Association
Southwark, Greater London
Cathedral Church of St Saviour
Saturday, 5 April 1919 in 3h 48
5000 Kent Treble Bob Royal
Composed by Nathan J Pitstow
1 Isaac G Shade
2 Walter S Wise
3 George R Pye
4 Frank I Hairs
5 Thomas Groombrdge, jun
6 Cornelius Charge
7 William Shepherd
8 James George
9 William Pye (C)
10 Thomas Groombridge, Sen
First peal of Treble Bob Royal: 5
Rung after meeting short for Treble Twelve
Source - W Pye peal book

Kent County Association
Bromley Common, Kent
St Luke
Saturday, 21 June 1919 in 3h 3 (15–1–8 in F)
5024 London Surprise Major
Composed by Gabriel Lindoff
1 George Durling
2 George R Pye
3 Isaac G Shade
4 Isaac Emery
5 Thomas Groombridge, Sen
6 Thomas Groombridge, jun
7 Cornelius Charge
8 William Pye (C)
First peal in the method: 7
First peal in the method on the bells
Source - W Pye peal book

Kent County Association
Bromley, Kent
St Peter and St Paul
Saturday, 9 August 1919 in 3h 1 (19)
5056 London Surprise Major
Composed by Gabriel Lindoff
1 George Durling
2 Thomas Groombridge, jun
3 Isaac G Shade
4 Arthur Mason
5 George R Pye
6 Isaac Emery
7 Thomas Groombridge,sen
8 William Pye (C)
Source - W Pye peal book

Kent County Association
Mereworth, Kent
St Lawrence
Sunday, 17 August 1919 in 2h 45 (9–1–7 in G)
5040 Plain Bob Minor
Seven 720's each called differently.
1 Hubert Boorman
2 George Bell
3 William Eldridge (C)
4 Tom Saunders
5 Lewis Newman
6 Harry Bell

Kent County Association
Bromley Common, Kent
St Luke
Thursday, 9 October 1919 in 2h 49 (15–1–8 in F)
5040 Grandsire Triples
Composed by Grove's Variation of Parker's Twelve-Part
1 William Lyddiard
2 George Durling
3 Harry Durling
4 Percy E Spice
5 George F James
6 Frederick H Herbert
7 Thomas Groombridge Snr (C)
8 Henry J Tinnans
Rung to celebrate the conductor's birthday; also in honour of the birth of a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. F. H . Herbert, both members of the Association.
RW 24th Oct 1919/p454

Kent County Association
Bromley Common, Kent
St Luke
Friday, 7 November 1919 in 3h 2 (15–1–8 in F)
5056 Plain Bob Major
Composed by John Howes
1 George Durling
2 John Lyddiard
3 Frederick H Herbert
4 George F James
5 Percy J Spice
6 Arthur G Mason
7 Thomas Groombridge Snr
8 Isaac Emery (C)
2, 3, 4 - First peal of Major.
5 - First peal of Major with a bob bell.
Peal No. 1654.
KCACR Report 1911 [sic]
RW1919/p502