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Bedfordshire Association
Sharnbrook, Bedfordshire
St Peter
Saturday, 26 January 1907 in 2h 50 (10½ in F♯)
5040 Plain Bob Minor
Seven different extents
1 William V Newman (C)
2 Archibald W Norman
3 Albert J Barcock
4 Herbert Cockings
5 Henry W Gayton
6 Lewis W Chapman
1st peal - 2.
1st peal by the Bedford and District amalgamated society.

Bedfordshire Association
Clapham, Bedfordshire
St Thomas of Canterbury
Saturday, 2 February 1907 in 2h 32 (5–0–22 in B♭)
5040 Minor (7m)
1 extent each of Woodbine, Oxford TB, Kent TB, Double Oxford, Double Court, Oxford Bob, and Plain Bob
1 Isaac Hills
2 William J Davison
3 Charles Chasty
4 John W Barker (C)
5 Frank Webb
6 Harry Tysoe
Reference elsewhere.
(Bell News 9th February 1907, Page 539: Notes to Peals - The Peal at Clapham (Beds.) - This was the first peal on these bells, which are the lightest ring of six in the county. They have been augmented to that number by the addition of a new treble by Messrs. H Bowell and Son, and the old five put into going order. Now the local company have thoroughly made up their minds to go in for scientific change-ringing. After the peal the company were invited by Mr Fitzpatrick to join in having tea with the local company, and arrangements have been made whereby a member of the Bedfordshire Association will give instruction.)

Bedfordshire Association
Leighton Buzzard, Bedfordshire
All Saints
Saturday, 9 February 1907 in 3h 2 (24–1–5 in D)
5040 Grandsire Triples
Composed by Holt's Ten-Part
1 Lewis Ricketts
2 William Jeffs
3 Frederick Cheshire
4 Albert Nash
5 Mortimer Matthews
6 Charles R Lilley (C)
7 William Webb
8 Josiah Nicholls

Bedfordshire Association
Clifton, Bedfordshire
All Saints
Saturday, 23 February 1907 in 3h 8 (10–0–6 in A♭)
5040 Grandsire Triples
Composed by Holt's Original
1 Sidney J Coleman
2 Sidney J Peck
3 Charles Pratt
4 John Hare
5 Alfred Pratt
6 Herbert Fields
7 James Blott
8 Charles R Lilley (C)

Bedfordshire Association
Barton le Clay, Bedfordshire
St Nicholas
Saturday, 2 March 1907 in 2h 55 (16–1–14 in F)
5040 Grandsire Triples
Composed by Holt's Original
1 Charles R Lilley (C)
2 Charles A Pratt
3 Herbert J Harlow
4 Frederick Bonner
5 Bertie Wilson
6 John Hare
7 Alfred King
8 George W Thorold
Rung as a birthday compliment to the ringer of the 3rd, it being his first peal of Triples.
First peal - 3 and 8.
The conductor has called this peal round now.

Bedfordshire Association
Clifton, Bedfordshire
All Saints
Saturday, 23 March 1907 in 3h 14 (10–0–6 in A♭)
5040 Plain Bob Major
Composed by J W Washbrook
1 Herbert L Harlow
2 William Stapleton
3 Frederick Pratt
4 Charles R Lilley (C)
5 Arthur W Daniels
6 Herbert J Harlow
7 John Hare
8 James Blott
First peal of Bob Major by all except the ringers of treble, 4th, and 7th.
Further reference elsewhere.
(Bell News 30th March 1907, Page 15 - Notes to Peals - The Peal at Clifton, Beds: This peal was rung as a farewell to the Messrs. Harlow who have removed to Goldington, Beds. This composition is now rung for the first time in the county of Beds.)

Bedfordshire Association
Luton, Bedfordshire
St Mary
Saturday, 13 April 1907 in 3h 1 (20–0–0)
5040 Grandsire Triples
Composed by Holt's Ten-Part
1 Benjamin Gutteridge
2 Bert Wilson
3 John Hare
4 Alfred King
5 Charles R Lilley (C)
6 George Freeman
7 Frederick Bonner
8 Harry Shaw
First peal - 6

Bedfordshire Association
Stevington, Bedfordshire
St Mary the Virgin
Saturday, 4 May 1907 in 3h (11–0–16 in F♯)
5040 Doubles (3m)
Eighteen 6-scores of Grandsire and twelve 6-scores each of Canterbury Pleasure and Plain Bob, each called differently
1 Archie W Norman
2 Henry W Gayton
3 Herbert J Harlow
4 Herbert Cockings
5 Herbert L Harlow (C)
First peal on the bells.

Bedfordshire Association
Cardington, Bedfordshire
St Mary
Saturday, 11 May 1907 in 3h 25 (20–2–15)
5152 Plain Bob Major
Composed by J W Washbrook
1 Charles Stapleton
2 Charles R Lilley (C)
3 George W Newton
4 William Stapleton
5 Frank York
6 John Hare
7 William Mayes
8 Frederick Wells
First peal on eight bells - 1
First peal of Bob Major - 3

Bedfordshire Association
Turvey, Bedfordshire
All Saints
Saturday, 25 May 1907 in 3h 16 (19–0–20 in E)
5088 Kent Treble Bob Major
Composed by A Knights
1 Rev C B Hulton
2 Frank Boswell
3 John Lovell
4 W Robinson
5 Edwin S Mynard
6 Frederick J Mynard
7 Sydney Smith
8 William Freeman (C)
First peal on the bells after rehanging of the ring and recasting of the tenor by Messrs. Boswell. The "go" is excellent.
First peal in the method by all except 6 and 8.
First peal on eight bells - 5.

Bedfordshire Association
Biddenham, Bedfordshire
St James
Saturday, 24 August 1907 in 2h 45 (12–3–18 in G)
5040 Minor (7m)
1 extent each of Woodbine, Oxford TB, Kent TB, Double Oxford, Double Court, Oxford Bob, and Plain Bob
1 Herbert J Harlow
2 Herbert L Harlow
3 John W Barker (C)
4 Charles Mortimer
5 William J Davison
6 Frank Webb
[Following a report in a Bedford local paper that a remarkable fact of this peal is, owing to the belfry lamp going out, the last thousand changes were rung in the dark, correspondence regarding this peal appeared in Bell News on 7th September 1907 (Page 293), 14th September 1907 (Page 304), and 21st September 1907 (Page 316)]

Bedfordshire Association
Turvey, Bedfordshire
All Saints
Saturday, 21 September 1907 in 3h 15 (19–0–20 in E)
5088 Kent Treble Bob Major
Composed by John W Barker
1 Albert T Barker
2 Charles Mortimer
3 William J Davison
4 Frederick J Mynard
5 William Freeman
6 Sydney H Smith
7 Herbert L Harlow
8 John W Barker (C)
First peal in the method - 1, 2, and 7.

Bedfordshire Association
Turvey, Bedfordshire
All Saints
Friday, 25 October 1907 in 3h 12 (19–0–20 in E)
5040 Stedman Triples
Composed by Pitstow's Variation
1 Samuel Wesley
2 Sidney J Lawrence
3 John Hare
4 Fred Wilford
5 William Freeman
6 Rev C B Hulton
7 Rev F E Robinson (C)
8 Charles R Lilley
First peal in the method - 6
First peal in the method on the bells.
The ringers wish to thank the Rector (Rev. C B Hulton) for his kind hospitality after the peal.

Bedfordshire Association
Clapham, Bedfordshire
St Thomas of Canterbury
Saturday, 30 November 1907 in 2h 38 (5–0–22 in B♭)
5040 Minor (7m)
1 extent each of Woodbine, Oxford TB, Kent TB, Double Oxford, Double Court, Oxford Bob, and Plain Bob
1 Herbert L Harlow
2 Charles W Clarke
3 John W Barker
4 William Stapleton
5 Harry Tysoe
6 Frank Webb (C)