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Bedfordshire Association
Woburn, Bedfordshire
St Mary
Saturday, 4 February 1911 in 3h 36 (24–1–16 in D)
5088 Kent Treble Bob Major
Composed by H Dains
1 Cyril Herbert (C)
2 Douglas Harris
3 Ernest Herbert
4 Mortimer Matthews
5 Sidney Avis
6 Walter Chibnall
7 Rev W W C Baker
8 Mark Lane
First peal on the bells, and rung as a birthday compliment to 1 and 8.
Fiftieth peal - 1 and 3

Bedfordshire Association
Turvey, Bedfordshire
All Saints
Saturday, 27 May 1911 in 3h 10 (19–0–20 in E)
5040 Grandsire Triples
Composed by Carter's Twelve-part
1 George Allen
2 Henry W Gayton
3 William Jacques
4 Bernard Fisher
5 Sidney Smith
6 Reginald Bailey
7 Charles W Clarke (C)
8 Frank Boswell
Rung with the bells half-muffled, as a last token of respect to the late Rev. G W F Munby, formerly Rector of the parish, and for many years an hon. member of this Association.

Bedfordshire Association
North Crawley, Buckinghamshire
St Firmin
Saturday, 24 June 1911 in 2h 55 (15)
5040 Minor (7m)
Being 720 each of Double Oxford, Double Court, Woodbine, Oxford and Kent Treble Bob, Oxford Bob and Plain Bob.
1 Harry Sear
2 Henry W Gayton
3 John Lovell
4 Fredk J Mynard
5 Leonard H Harlow
6 Charles W Clarke (C)

Bedfordshire Association
Oakley, Bedfordshire
St Mary
Saturday, 1 July 1911 in 2h 40 (10–0–2 in G)
5040 Doubles (3m)
14 Six-Scores each of Canterbury, Grandsire and Plain Bob
1 George Thew
2 Herbert Robinson
3 Henry W Gayton (C)
4 E Pearl Inskip
5 Herbert L Harlow

Bedfordshire Association
Turvey, Bedfordshire
All Saints
Saturday, 15 July 1911 in 3h 1 (19–0–20 in E)
5040 Grandsire Triples
Composed by J J Parker
1 Evelyn Steel
2 John W Barker (C)
3 William T Lightfoot
4 Frank Webb
5 Herbert Sharp
6 Herbert L Harlow
7 Harry Tysoe
8 Henry Stapleton
First peal - 1.
Miss Steel is the first lady-ringer to ring a peal in the county of Bedfordshire.

Bedfordshire Association
Harrold, Bedfordshire
St Peter and All Saints
Saturday, 22 July 1911 in 2h 46 (13–0–6 in F♯)
5040 Minor (7m)
1 extent each of Woodbine, Kent TB, Oxford TB, Double Oxford, Double Court, Oxford Bob, and Plain Bob
1 Herbert Robinson
2 Herbert L Harlow
3 E Pearl Inskip
4 Frederick W Sawfoot
5 Henry W Gayton
6 Charles W Clarke (C)

Bedfordshire Association
Harrold, Bedfordshire
St Peter and All Saints
Tuesday, 8 August 1911 in 2h 44 (13–0–6 in F♯)
5040 Minor (3m)
2 extents each of Oxford TB and Kent TB, and 3 extents of Plain Bob each called differently
1 Herbert Robinson
2 William Jacques
3 Frederick W Sawfoot
4 Bernard Fisher
5 Henry W Gayton (C)
6 E Pearl Inskip

Bedfordshire Association
Bedford, Bedfordshire
St Peter de Merton
Thursday, 21 September 1911 in 2h 39 (12–3–14 in A♭)
5040 Treble Bob Minor (7m)
1 extent each of College Pleasure, London Scholars' Pleasure, College Exercise, Violet, Woodbine, Oxford TB, and Kent TB
1 Herbert L Harlow
2 Herbert Sharp
3 Charles W Clarke (C)
4 Henry W Gayton
5 William Stapleton
6 Charles A Robinson
(The Bedfordshire Association Annual Report for 1911/12 indicates that the ringer of the 4th was Percy J Cooke.)

Bedfordshire Association
Harrold, Bedfordshire
St Peter and All Saints
Wednesday, 18 October 1911 in 2h 44 (13–0–6 in F♯)
5040 Plain Bob Minor
Seven extents each called differently
1 Henry W Gayton (C)
2 Frank Skevington
3 William Stock
4 E Pearl Inskip
5 Herbert Robinson
6 George Thew

Bedfordshire Association
Turvey, Bedfordshire
All Saints
Saturday, 28 October 1911 in 3h 8 (19–0–20 in E)
5040 Stedman Triples
Composed by Bulwer's Transposition of Thurstans'
1 Henry W Gayton
2 Frank Boswell
3 William Freeman
4 Bernard Fisher
5 Sidney Smith
6 Frederick G Mynard
7 Charles W Clarke (C)
8 George Thew
First peal of Stedman - 1, 4, and 8

Bedfordshire Association
Bromham, Bedfordshire
St Owen
Saturday, 4 November 1911 in 3h 20 (22–3–18 in D)
5040 Minor (7m)
1 extent each of College Pleasure, London Scholars’ Pleasure, College Exercise, Violet, Woodbine, Oxford TB and Kent TB
1 Herbert L Harlow
2 Charles W Clarke
3 Henry W Gayton
4 Frederick Mortimer
5 William Stapleton (C)
6 Herbert Sharp
Rung in honour of the wedding of Mr. R. Gardner, captain of the local band.

Bedfordshire Association
Cardington, Bedfordshire
St Mary
Saturday, 25 November 1911 in 3h 19 (20–2–15)
5056 Plain Bob Major
Composed by G Hughes
1 Herbert L Harlow
2 John W Barker
3 Charles Mortimer
4 William T Lightfoot
5 Harry Sear
6 Arthur Chapman
7 William Mayes
8 Charles W Clarke (C)
The above method was rung at the express desire of the ringer of the 7th, who was very anxious to again ring a peal in the method.
First peal in the method - 3

Bedfordshire Association
Biddenham, Bedfordshire
St James
Monday, 4 December 1911 in 2h 50 (12–3–18 in G)
5040 Minor (7m)
1 extent each of Cambridge Surprise, College Exercise, Woodbine, Kent TB, Oxford TB, Double Court, and Double Oxford
1 Evelyn Steel
2 Percy Cooke
3 Frank Webb
4 Herbert Sharpe
5 Herbert L Harlow
6 Charles W Clarke (C)
1st peal of Minor - 1

Bedfordshire Association
Luton, Bedfordshire
St Mary
Saturday, 23 December 1911 in 3h 7 (20–0–0)
5040 Grandsire Triples
Composed by J J Parker's Variation of Carter's
1 Harry Walker
2 Charles Wing
3 Walter Payne
4 Frederick Hunt
5 Herbert Shepherd
6 James Rookwood
7 Alfred King (C)
8 Thomas Gutteridge
First peal in the method - 2, 3, and 8.
First peal with a bob bell - 6.
First peal in the method as conductor - 7.
This is the first peal on the bells by an entirely local band.
Rung in commemoration of the Coronation of King George V, and the first year of the Vicariate of the Rev. A E Chapman MA.

Bedfordshire Association
Bedford, Bedfordshire
St Paul
Sunday, 24 December 1911 in 3h 27 (28–3–6 in D)
5000 Kent Treble Bob Royal
Composed by John W Barker
1 Harry Tysoe
2 John W Barker (C)
3 Joseph Church
4 Edgar H G Tingey
5 William T Lightfoot
6 Charles Mortimer
7 Charles Chasty
8 Herbert L Harlow
9 Frank Webb
10 Herbert Sharp
First peal in the method - 5, 6, and 8.
This peal was rung after evening service.

Bedfordshire Association
Woburn, Bedfordshire
St Mary
Tuesday, 26 December 1911 in 3h 19 (24–1–16 in D)
5056 Plain Bob Major
Composed by J R Pritchard
1 Douglas Harris (C)
2 David James
3 Frederick Gilby
4 Mortimer Matthews
5 Sidney Avis
6 Cyril Herbert
7 Ernest Herbert
8 William Turney
First peal - 2, 3, and 8.
First peal rung on tower bells by an entirely Woburn company.

Bedfordshire Association
Hinxworth, Hertfordshire
St Nicholas
Thursday, 28 December 1911 in 2h 47 (9 in A)
5040 Minor (4m)
Being two 720's each of Single Court, Single Oxford Bob, Reverse College Single, and one 720 Plain Bob
1 James H Inskip
2 George W Inskip
3 Alfred C Bailey
4 Charles A Pratt
5 William H Compton
6 Fred Blood (C)
First peal - 1 and 3.
First peal in four methods - 2 and 5.
First peal as conductor - 6.
Rung by the Biggleswade & District Branch. First peal by this Branch which was formed on December 16th, 1911.