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Yorkshire Association
Kingston upon Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire
The Most Holy and Undivided Trinity
Thursday, 12 January 1922 in 3h 5 (25–2–18 in D)
5040 Grandsire Triples
Composed by Rev. E B James
1 George F Williams (C)
2 Henry Rodmell
3 Arthur M C Field
4 Thomas S Morton
5 Fred Osgerby
6 John H Howell
7 Leonard Rodmell
8 William Middleton
YACR Peal No: 2766

Yorkshire Association
Eckington, Derbyshire
St Peter and St Paul
Saturday, 11 February 1922 in 3h 22 (16–0–14 in E)
5088 Kent Treble Bob Major
Composed by J Platt
1 Harry Greaves
2 Bernard Ditcher
3 John H Humphries
4 Cecil Booth
5 George Burnham
6 T A Howes-Smith
7 Charles Severn
8 William H Turton (C)
Rung by members Sheffield District Society.
First peal: (no * against any name).
First peal of Major: 6.
First peal as conductor.
RW 1922.0100.

Yorkshire Association
Pickering, North Yorkshire
St Peter and St Paul
Saturday, 8 April 1922 in 2h 57 (13–2–2 in F)
5040 Grandsire Triples
Composed by J W Moorhouse
1 Henry Ferguson
2 Miss Annice L Henderson
3 Miss Phyllis Gibson
4 Thomas A Richardson
5 George Finch
6 Arthur Seager
7 John R Barton (C)
8 John R Dobson

Yorkshire Association
Eckington, Derbyshire
St Peter and St Paul
Saturday, 8 April 1922 in 3h 26 (17)
5184 Kent Treble Bob Major
Composed by Charles Severn
1 A Tomlinson
2 Bernard Ditcher
3 Harry Greaves
4 Percy Jervis
5 George Burnham
6 T A Howes-Smith
7 Charles Severn
8 William H Turton (C)
Rung by members of Sheffield District Society.
First peal: 1.
The ringers of the treble, 2nd and 4th are of the local company. The rest hail from Killamarsh, Derbyshire.
RW 1922.0243.

Yorkshire Association
Eckington, Derbyshire
St Peter and St Paul
Saturday, 22 July 1922 in 3h 25 (16–0–14 in E)
5120 Spliced Treble Bob Major (2m)
Worcester Variation.
Composed by C Severn
1 John Humphries
2 Harry Greaves
3 A Percival Knights
4 Percy J Jervis
5 William Biggin
6 T A Howes-Smith
7 William H Turton
8 Charles Severn (C)
In this peal there are no bobs. Oxford places being made at lead ends 1, 3, 5; it is believed to be the first peal rung on this plan also the shortest peal possible on these lines.
RW 1922.0468.

Yorkshire Association
Bradfield, South Yorkshire
St Nicholas
Saturday, 29 July 1922 in 3h 5 (11–2–14 in F♯)
5040 Treble Dodging Minor (7m)
720 each of Oxford Delight, New London Pleasure, Duke of York, Woodbine, Violet, Kent, Oxford
1 Albert Helliwell
2 Archie Brearley
3 Arthur Panther (C)
4 George Hill
5 Arthur Gill
6 John R Brearley
The first peal on the bells since their rededication on July 24th by the Bishop of Sheffield.
Rung to celebrate the anniversary of the English victory over the Spanish Armada, July 29th 1588.

Yorkshire Association
Eckington, Derbyshire
St Peter and St Paul
Friday, 15 September 1922 in 3h 18 (16–0–14 in E)
5120 Oxford Treble Bob Major
Composed by J Reeves
1 Alfred Tomlinson
2 Bernard Dither
3 Harry Greaves
4 Cyril Booth
5 John H Humphries
6 Charles Severn
7 Percy J Jervis
8 William H Turton (C)
First peal in the Oxford Variation: 1, 2, 4, 5.
RW 1922.0626

Yorkshire Association
Eckington, Derbyshire
St Peter and St Paul
Saturday, 30 September 1922 in 3h 23 (16–0–14 in E)
5024 Kent Treble Bob Major
Composed by Charles Severn
1 Harry Greaves
2 Bernard Ditcher
3 George Burnham
4 Percy J Jervis
5 Cyril Booth
6 T A Howes-Smith
7 William H Turton
8 Charles Severn (C)
Rung with the bells half-muffled as a token of respect to Mrs G Marsden, widow of the late George Marsden.
RW 1922.0628.

Yorkshire Association
Kingston upon Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire
The Most Holy and Undivided Trinity
Thursday, 16 November 1922 in 3h 20 (25–2–18 in D)
5024 Kent Treble Bob Major
Composed by Arthur Knights
1 Thomas S Morton
2 Ernest C Field
3 John McKeag
4 Arthur M C Field
5 Henry Rodmell
6 Edward S Field
7 George F Williams (C)
8 Leonard Rodmell
YACR Peal No: 2819