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There were 12 matching performances.

Kent County Association
Mereworth, Kent
St Lawrence
Monday, 19 January 1931 in 2h 58 (9–1–7 in G)
5040 Minor (3m)
Two 720's each Oxford and Kent Treble Bob, Three of Plain Bob.
1 John J Bassett
2 Charles H Sone
3 William Durham
4 Tom Saunders
5 Thomas E Sone
6 Albert Relfe (C)

Kent County Association
Crayford, Kent
St Paulinus
Saturday, 14 March 1931 in 2h 48 (12)
5088 London Surprise Major
Composed by Gabriel Lindoff
1 Edwin Barnett, sen
2 George M Kilby
3 James Bennett
4 George R Pye
5 Herbert E Audsley
6 Thomas Groombridge, Sen
7 Edwin Barnett, jun
8 William Pye (C)
Source - W Pye peal book

Kent County Association
Erith, Kent
St John the Baptist
Thursday, 23 April 1931 in 3h 1 (15)
5056 Bristol Surprise Major
Composed by Arthur Knights
1 Wilfred Williams
2 Charles W Roberts (C)
3 James Bennett
4 Thomas T Gofton
5 Frederick Cullum, jun
6 James E Davis
7 Herbert E Audsley
8 William Pye
First peal in the method: 5 and 7
Source - W Pye peal book

Kent County Association
Lewisham, Kent
St Mary
Thursday, 30 April 1931 in 3h 10 (22)
5008 Double Norwich Court Bob Major
Composed by Frank Bennett
1 Charles H Walker
2 Harry Warnett, sen
3 John J Lamb
4 George R Pye (C)
5 John H Crampion
6 James Bennett
7 Charles W Roberts
8 George H Daynes
Source - G Pye peal book

Kent County Association
Ashford, Kent
St Mary the Virgin
Wednesday, 3 June 1931 (23 cwt in E♭)
1260 Stedman Triples
1 Edward S Ruck
2 Henry C Castle
3 S Nicholls
4 John Parsons
5 George Swaffer
6 Percy Page
7 Charles W Everett (C)
8 Thomas Tabrett
Rung on the anniversary of the King's birthday.
First quarter: 3

Kent County Association
Lee, Greater London
St Margaret
Thursday, 11 June 1931 in 2h 42 (14–1–5)
5040 Stedman Triples
Composed by Thurstans' Four-part
1 George H Daynes
2 William Pye (C)
3 Charles T Coles
4 Albert W Coles
5 George R Pye
6 James Bennett
7 Jack Dafters
8 Harold Brasher
First peal: 8
Source - W Pye peal book

Kent County Association
Lewisham, Greater London
St Mary
Thursday, 27 August 1931 in 3h (22–3–00)
5120 Superlative Surprise Major
Composed by George R Pye
1 Charles W Roberts
2 William Pye (C)
3 John J Lamb
4 Ernest J Butler
5 Jack Dafters
6 George R Pye
7 Albert W Coles
8 James Bennett
First Surprise peal: 5.
[Ringing World 1931, p.567]

Kent County Association
Erith, Greater London
St John the Baptist
Sunday, 20 September 1931 in 3h 7 (16–3–22 in F♯)
5088 Superlative Surprise Major
Composed by N J Pitstow
1 George Gray
2 Frederick White
3 Stafford H Green
4 William J G Brown
5 Harold J Hazell
6 William Rose
7 F Nolan Golden
8 Alan R Pink (C)
First peal in the method - 1, 5. The first peal to be rung by a band representing 8 different colours. The ringer of the treble is from Hertford, 2nd from Cranbrook, 3rd from Tunbridge Wells, 4th from Ipswich, 5th from Cambridge, 6th from Peterborough, 7th from Norwich and tenor from Dorking.

Kent County Association
Gravesend, Kent
St George
Saturday, 17 October 1931 in 3h 10 (18–1–6 in E)
5152 Double Norwich Court Bob Major
Composed by Arthur Knights
1 Charles H Sone
2 Charles W Player
3 Frederick M Mitchell
4 Richard A Constant
5 Edward J Beer
6 Albert Relfe
7 Thomas E Sone (C)
8 Kenneth Pattenden

Kent County Association
Mereworth, Kent
St Lawrence
Sunday, 18 October 1931 (9–1–7 in G)
720 Kent Treble Bob Minor
1 George A Newman
2 George Bell
3 William Eldridge
4 Tom Saunders
5 L A Newman
6 A P Cannon (C)
For evening service.
First touch of Kent as conductor.

Kent County Association
Milton, Kent
St Peter and St Paul
Saturday, 14 November 1931 in 2h 51 (11–3–2 in F♯)
5024 Bristol Surprise Major
Composed by George Lewis
1 Frederick A Mitchell
2 Harry Hoverd
3 George R Pye
4 John G Nash
5 Herbert E Audsley
6 Charles T Coles
7 James Bennett
8 William Pye (C)
First peal in the method on the bells
Source - W Pye peal book

Kent County Association
Gravesend, Kent
St George
Saturday, 21 November 1931 in 3h 2 (18–1–6 in E)
5056 Superlative Surprise Major
Composed by George H Cross
1 Mrs G H Cross
2 John H Cheesman (C)
3 Richard Smith
4 George H Cross
5 Edward J Beer
6 Frederick M Mitchell
7 Harry Hoverd
8 Herbert E Audsley
Birthday peal for Richard Smith