Performances report

  • «
  • »

This page gives a report of the performances matching your search criteria.

There were 8 matching performances.

Yorkshire Association
Wortley, Yorkshire
St Leonard
Saturday, 17 February 1906 in 6h 31 (12)
11232 Kent Treble Bob Major
Composed by Composed by W Eversfield
1 Albert Nash
2 David Brearley
3 James Evinson
4 John Thorpe
5 Sidney F Palmer
6 Walter Allwood
7 George Lewis (C)
8 Clement Glenn
This is the longest length in any method by all the band, on the bells, and by the Association.
Rung by members of the Sheffield District Society.
BN 24.0621.

Yorkshire Association
Doncaster, South Yorkshire
Minster Church of St George
Tuesday, 17 April 1906 in 3h 9 (30)
5040 Stedman Triples
Composed by A Variation of Thurstans' Four-Part
1 Robert Bayles
2 H W Brock
3 G Halesworth
4 Bertram Prewett
5 William Pearson
6 George Clow
7 Rev F E Robinson (C)
8 Albert Nash
* First peal of Stedman: 1, 2 and 6
Source - B Prewett peal book

Yorkshire Association
Kingston Upon Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire
The Church of the Most Holy and Undivided Trinity
Tuesday, 15 May 1906 in 3h 19 (25–2–18 in D)
5040 Stedman Triples
Composed by A Variation of Thurstans' Four-Part
1 T Stockdale
2 Bertram Prewett
3 F W Stokes
4 G R Marshal
5 D W Brown
6 J W Stickney
7 Rev F E Robinson (C)
8 J W Dale
Source - B Prewett peal book

Yorkshire Association
Pontefract, West Yorkshire
St Giles
Friday, 18 May 1906 in 2h 54 (18–0–19 in F)
5040 Stedman Triples
Composed by A Variation of Thurstans' Four-Part
1 Bertram Prewett
2 Frederick Moody
3 Arthur Walker
4 Samuel Brooke
5 Thomas Barker
6 James Jackson
7 Rev F E Robinson (C)
8 Thomas Holder
This is the 150th peal of Stedman Triples conducted by the Rev F E Robinson
Source - B Prewett peal book

Yorkshire Association
Selby, North Yorkshire
Abbey Church of St Mary and St Germain
Saturday, 19 May 1906 in 2h 54 (25–2–20 in D)
5040 Stedman Triples
Composed by Thurstans' Four-part
1 Thomas Hodgson
2 George Halksworth
3 Bertram Prewett (C)
4 Albert C Fearnley
5 Frederick W Stokes
6 Abraham Haigh
7 Thomas Haigh
8 Thomas Strudwick
* First peal of Stedman Triples : 1 and 6
** First peal : 8
Rung as a compliment to Canon and Mrs Nolioth, of Beverley, on the occasion of their silver wedding
Source - B Prewett peal book

Yorkshire Association
Norton, South Yorkshire
St James the Great
Monday, 10 September 1906 in 3h 9 (15–2–6 in F)
5040 Stedman Triples
A variation Thurstan's four-part
Composed by Thurstan
1 Sidney F Palmer
2 Samuel Wesley
3 Revd A T Beeston
4 Leonard Charlesworth
5 Albert C Fernley
6 Harold S T Richardson
7 Revd F E Robinson (C)
8 William Biggin
Source: Bell News, Vol.25, no.1277, page 296.

Yorkshire Association
Doncaster, South Yorkshire
Minster Church of St George
Saturday, 27 October 1906 in 3h 14 (29–2–17 in C♯)
5040 Stedman Triples
Composed by Thurstans Four-part
1 Fred W Stokes
2 Charles Scott
3 George Lewis
4 George Halksworth
5 John Holman
6 Clement Glenn (C)
7 Sidney F Palmer
8 George Oakes
Rung to celebrate the wedding of C Scott, the ringers wishing him much happiness. It was also his first peal in the method.

Yorkshire Association
Halifax, West Yorkshire
St John the Baptist
Saturday, 22 December 1906 in 3h 12 (25)
5120 Kent Treble Bob Major
Composed by H Dains
1 Walter Smith
2 Ernest A Murgatroyd
3 James Cotterell (C)
4 Thomas B Kendall
5 Joseph Broadley
6 George Whiteaker
7 Joseph Hy Brazey
8 John W Cundall
First peal: 1, 7.
First peal of major: 6.
Rung as a birthday peal for John Jenkinson (little Jack) on his 67th birthday
Bell news vol 25, page 476