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Bedfordshire Association
Bedford, Bedfordshire
St Peter de Merton
Thursday, 11 February 1926 in 2h 45 (12–3–14 in A♭)
5040 Minor (7m)
Being 720 each of Cambridge S, Woodbine TB, Oxford TB, Kent TB, Double Court B, Oxford B & Plain B.
1 George H Sentance
2 Harry Tysoe
3 Herbert L Harlow
4 Miss Evelyn Steel
5 Arthur E Sharman
6 William Stapleton (C)
Arranged for the ringers of 1 & 5, who belong to Dunstable.

Bedfordshire Association
Thurleigh, Bedfordshire
St Peter
Sunday, 28 February 1926 in 2h 50 (15 in F)
5040 Grandsire Doubles
With nine different callings.
1 P Wynott
2 E Asque
3 W Darlow
4 S Litchfield
5 H Payne
6 C Lovell
The bells were rung half-muffled in memory of Thomas Hart, who was for over 50 years the parish clerk. (note - no conductor given)

Bedfordshire Association
Sandy, Bedfordshire
St Swithun
Saturday, 20 March 1926 in 2h 48 (12–0–8 in F)
5040 Treble Bob Minor (3m)
Being 720 Woodbine, three 720's each of Oxford TB and Kent TB
1 William C Fox
2 Catherine M Fields
3 Charles J Ball
4 Tom Bartram
5 Frank Warrington (C)
6 Herbert Fields
Ringers of 1st and 3rd belong to Sandy; 2nd and tenor to St.Neots; 4th to Roxton; 5th to Long Stanton.
It is the conductor's first 720 of Woodbine.

Bedfordshire Association
Kempston, Bedfordshire
All Saints
Saturday, 3 April 1926 in 3h 18 (17–1–16 in E)
5040 Treble Bob Minor (7m)
1 extent of each of Kingston, London Scholars' Pleasure, College Exercise, Cambridge S, Woodbine, Oxford TB, and Kent TB
1 Harold H Beard
2 William Stock
3 William Sharp
4 Henry W Gayton
5 Charles W Clarke (C)
6 E Pearl Inskip
100th peal for the Association: 4.
Ringer of 1 is shown in records as H Beard Jnr (assumed to be Harold H Beard)

Bedfordshire Association
Aspley Guise, Bedfordshire
St Botolph
Saturday, 10 April 1926 in 2h 52 (10–0–11 in G♯)
5040 Treble Bob Minor (7m)
Being 720 eaxh of Norbury, Kingston, College Exercise, London Scholars'Pleasure, Cambridge S, Kent, and Oxford
1 Edmund J Hobbs
2 William Sharp
3 Henry W Gayton
4 Charles W Clarke (C)
5 William Stock
6 E Pearl Inskip
Rung in honour of the wedding of Mr H H Smith, a well-known and respected member of the Association.

Bedfordshire Association
Woburn, Bedfordshire
At the Residence of Mr C Herbert
Sunday, 18 April 1926 in 2h 40
5039 Grandsire Caters
Composed by G Holifield
1–2 William A Janes
3–4 Ernest Herbert
5–6 Cyril Herbert
7–8 Douglas Harris
9–10 Edmund J Hobbs (C)
First peal of Grandsire Caters for the Association "in hand".
First in the method by all "in hand".
First as conductor on ten bells: 9-10.
First peal in the method: 7-8.

Bedfordshire Association
Biddenham, Bedfordshire
St James
Saturday, 24 April 1926 in 2h 43 (12–3–18 in G)
5040 Minor (7m)
Being 720 each of London B, Single Court B, St Clement's CB, Double Oxford B, Double Court B, Oxford B & Plain B.
1 Wallace G Church
2 Herbert J Harlow
3 Herbert L Harlow
4 Miss Evelyn Steel
5 Harry Tysoe
6 William Stapleton (C)
1st peal on six bells - 1. 1st peal of seven plain methods by all the band.

Bedfordshire Association
Harrold, Bedfordshire
St Peter and All Saints
Saturday, 8 May 1926 in 2h 55 (13–0–6 in F♯)
5040 Minor (7m)
being 720 each of Double Oxford B, Double Court B, Woodbine TB, Kent TB, Oxford TB, Oxford B and Plain B.
1 William Sharp
2 John R Main
3 William Stock
4 Henry W Gayton
5 Amos Smart
6 Charles W Clarke (C)

Bedfordshire Association
Willington, Bedfordshire
St Lawrence
Saturday, 15 May 1926 in 3h 12 (9–0–0 in A♭)
5760 Plain Bob Minor
Being eight different 720's
1 Stanley G Harlow
2 Joseph Church
3 Herbert J Harlow
4 Wallace G Church
5 Herbert A Wagstaff
6 Herbert L Harlow (C)
First peal - 5.
First peal inside - 4.

Bedfordshire Association
Willington, Bedfordshire
St Lawrence
Monday, 24 May 1926 in 2h 42 (9–0–0 in A♭)
5040 Treble Bob Minor (7m)
Being 720 each of College Bob IV, Wragby Delight, Norbury TB, Kingston TB, London Scholar's Pleasure, College Exercise, and Oxford TB
1 Thomas Bartram
2 William Sharp
3 Henry W Gayton
4 William Stock
5 Charles W Clarke (C)
6 E Pearl Inskip

Bedfordshire Association
Bedford, Bedfordshire
St Peter de Merton
Thursday, 15 July 1926 in 2h 45 (12–3–14 in A♭)
5040 Minor (7m)
Being 720 each of Double Oxford B, Double Court B, Woodbine TB, Oxford TB, Kent TB, Oxford B & Plain B.
1 Wallace G Church
2 Miss Elsie K Knight
3 Miss Evelyn Steel
4 Harry Tysoe
5 Herbert J Harlow
6 William Stapleton (C)
1st peal in 7 methods - 2. Fiftieth peal as C.

Bedfordshire Association
Turvey, Bedfordshire
All Saints
Saturday, 7 August 1926 in 3h 8 (19–0–20 in E)
5024 Cambridge Surprise Major
Composed by J W Parker
1 Horace H Smith
2 Henry W Gayton
3 Ernest C Lambert
4 Albert Fleet
5 Alfred King
6 Arthur E Sharman
7 Edmund J Hobbs (C)
8 Henry Stapleton
1st peal of Surprise Major away from the treble, and a member of the local band - 8.

Bedfordshire Association
Riseley, Bedfordshire
All Saints
Saturday, 2 October 1926 in 2h 58 (13–1–26 in F)
5040 Doubles (3m)
Being 14 six-scores each of Grandsire, Canterbury, and Plain Bob
1 Charles Dunkley
2 Henry W Gayton (C)
3 William Stock
4 E Pearl Inskip
5 Henry Stapleton
This is the first peal on the bells, also by the ringer of the treble.

Bedfordshire Association
Turvey, Bedfordshire
All Saints
Saturday, 23 October 1926 in 3h 17 (19–0–20 in E)
5088 Kent Treble Bob Major
Composed by J Thorp
1 Bernard Fisher
2 William Sharp
3 Henry W Gayton
4 William Freeman
5 William Stock
6 William Stapleton
7 Charles W Clarke (C)
8 Henry Stapleton
1st peal of Treble Bob Major - 2 & 5.

Bedfordshire Association
Kempston, Bedfordshire
All Saints
Wednesday, 27 October 1926 in 3h 17 (17–1–16 in E)
5040 Treble Bob Minor (7m)
1 extent each of Royal Bob, Cambridge S, College Exercise, London Scholars' Pleasure, Woodbine, Kent TB, and Oxford TB
1 Harold H Beard
2 Arthur Waller
3 Noel Wiles
4 S George Hutchings
5 E Pearl Inskip
6 Leonard Turner (C)
First Peal of Treble Bob at this tower by all local men.

Bedfordshire Association
Bromham, Bedfordshire
St Owen
Saturday, 30 October 1926 in 3h 20 (22–3–18 in D)
5040 Minor (5m)
Being one 720 each of Woodbine TB, Oxford TB & Kent TB, and two each of Oxford B & Plain B.
1 Herbert L Harlow
2 Thomas Bartram
3 Henry W Gayton
4 William Stock
5 Pearl Inskip (C)
6 Henry Stapleton

Bedfordshire Association
Bedford, Bedfordshire
St Peter de Merton
Tuesday, 2 November 1926 in 2h 48 (12–3–14 in A♭)
5040 Minor (7m)
Being 720 each of Double Oxford B, Double Court B, Woodbine TB, Oxford TB, Kent TB, Oxford B & Plain B.
1 Kenneth Bowyer
2 Pearl Inskip
3 Miss Evelyn Steel
4 Harry Tysoe
5 Herbert Wagstaff
6 William Stapleton (C)
1st in 7 methods - 5.

Bedfordshire Association
Clapham, Bedfordshire
St Thomas of Canterbury
Saturday, 6 November 1926 in 2h 50 (5–0–22 in B♭)
5040 Minor (5m)
Being 720 of Woodbine TB, two 720's each of Kent TB & Oxford TB, and one each of Oxford B & Plain B.
1 Richard Shimmans
2 Henry W Gayton (C)
3 Henry Stapleton
4 William Stock
5 Thomas Bartram
6 Herbert L Harlow
1st peal of Minor - 1. The conductor's 150th peal.

Bedfordshire Association
Luton, Bedfordshire
St Mary
Saturday, 20 November 1926 in 3h 7 (20–0–0)
5056 Cambridge Surprise Major
Composed by C Middleton
1 Benjamin Jarman
2 Harry Walker
3 Alfred King
4 Arthur J Smith
5 Harry Wood
6 Frederick Hunt
7 Thomas Kendall
8 Lewis A Goodenough (C)
First peal in the method - 2.
First peal inside - 4.
Rung during the festival week of the jubilee of the incorporation of the town and the visit of HRH the Prince of Wales.

Bedfordshire Association
Bletsoe, Bedfordshire
St Mary
Saturday, 20 November 1926 in 3h 10 (11–0–16 in F♯)
5040 Minor (7m)
Being 720 each of Cambridge S, Woodbine TB, Oxford TB, Kent TB, Double Oxford B, Oxford B and Plain B.
1 Herbert L Harlow
2 William Stock
3 Henry W Gayton
4 Henry Stapleton
5 Pearl Inskip (C)
6 Alfred Robinson

Bedfordshire Association
Biddenham, Bedfordshire
St James
Saturday, 20 November 1926 in 2h 50 (12–3–18 in G)
5040 Minor (7m)
Being 720 each of Cambridge S, Woodbine TB, Oxford TB, Kent TB, Double Court B, Oxford B & Plain B.
1 Thomas Harpin
2 Charles W Clarke
3 Miss Evelyn Steel
4 Harry Tysoe
5 Herbert A Wagstaff
6 William Stapleton (C)
This was Miss Evelyn Steel's 100th peal for the Bedfordshire Association.

Bedfordshire Association
Sharnbrook, Bedfordshire
St Peter
Saturday, 27 November 1926 in 3h 2 (9–3–5 in F♯)
5040 Treble Bob Minor (7m)
An extent each of: York S, London S, Cambridge S, College Exercise TB, Woodbine TB, Oxford TB and Kent TB.
1 Henry Stapleton
2 William Stapleton
3 Evelyn Steel
4 Henry W Gayton
5 William Stock
6 Charles W Clarke (C)

Bedfordshire Association
Harrold, Bedfordshire
St Peter and All Saints
Saturday, 4 December 1926 in 2h 58 (13–0–6 in F♯)
5040 Minor (7m)
Being 720 each of Cambridge S, College Exercise, Woodbine TB, Kent TB, Oxford TB, Oxford B and Plain B.
1 William Sharp
2 Henry W Gayton (C)
3 Herbert Robinson
4 Pearl Inskip
5 William Stock
6 Henry Stapleton
Rung as a welcome to the new Vicar, who was inducted the previous day by the Bishop of St Albans.

Bedfordshire Association
Luton, Bedfordshire
St Mary
Friday, 31 December 1926 in 3h 4 (20–0–0)
5040 Stedman Triples
Composed by Sir A P Heywood
1 Alfred King
2 Frederick Hunt
3 Thomas Blackbourn
4 Arthur J Smith
5 Thomas Kendall
6 Harry Wood
7 Lewis A Goodenough (C)
8 Arthur Rookwood
Rung for the watchnight service.