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Bedfordshire Association
Tempsford, Bedfordshire
St Peter
Friday, 29 January 1937 in 2h 46 (9–1–0 in A♭)
5040 Plain Bob Minor
Seven different extents
1 Peter Enderby
2 Hugh E Harding
3 C Edward Jeffries
4 Edmund Wagstaffe
5 C Henry Harding
6 Reginald J Houghton (C)
First peal: 1.
First peal inside: 2.
First peal as conductor: 6.

Bedfordshire Association
Henlow, Bedfordshire
St Mary
Wednesday, 3 February 1937 in 2h 49 (14½ in F♯)
5040 Minor (7m)
Being 720 each of Cambridge S, Woodbine, Oxford TB, Kent TB, Double Court, Oxford Bob, and Plain Bob
1 Laurie Wilton
2 Stanley Gravestock
3 Francis Beaumont
4 John Church
5 Percy Tompkins
6 Lewis H Bywaters (C)
First peal in seven methods - 1.
First in seven methods "inside" - 2.
All are of the local band.

Bedfordshire Association
Blunham, Bedfordshire
St Edmund King and Martyr and St James
Tuesday, 9 February 1937 in 3h 14 (18½ in E♭)
5040 Doubles (2m)
Consisting of one 240 and 20 six-scores of Grandsire and 20 six-scores of Plain Bob
1 Hugh E Harding
2 C Henry Harding (C)
3 Frank W Hull
4 Reginald Houghton
5 C Edward Jeffries
First peal on this fine toned ring of five. The peal was rung as a birthday compliment to the conductor and to Mr F C Tysoe.

Bedfordshire Association
Ampthill, Bedfordshire
St Andrew
Saturday, 13 February 1937 in 2h 49 (13–3–6 in A♭)
5040 Minor (7m)
Being 720 each of Cambridge S, Woodbine, Oxford TB, Kent TB, Double Court, Oxford Bob, and Plain Bob
1 Andrew C Sinfield
2 Edmund W Wagstaffe
3 Arthur W Dilley
4 John Church
5 Percy Tompkins
6 Lewis H Bywaters (C)
First peal in seven methods - 1.

Bedfordshire Association
Southill, Bedfordshire
All Saints
Saturday, 20 February 1937 in 2h 55 (11–3–3 in F♯)
5040 Minor (7m)
Being 720 each of Cambridge S, Oxford TB, Kent TB, Woodbine, Double Court, Oxford Bob, and Plain Bob
1 Herbert L Harlow
2 Reginald West
3 Evelyn Steel
4 Percy Tompkins
5 Lewis H Bywaters (C)
6 Herbert Sherman
First peal on the bells since they were rehung and retuned by John Tayloe and Co., the "go" being excellent.

Bedfordshire Association
Shillington, Bedfordshire
All Saints
Saturday, 20 March 1937 in 2h 58 (18–2–0 in E♭)
5040 Doubles (2m)
Being 12 six-scores of Bob Doubles and 30 of Grandsire Doubles
1 Stanley Gravestock
2 Francis Beaumont
3 John Church
4 Percy Tompkins
5 Lewis H Bywaters (C)
First peal on the bells.

Bedfordshire Association
Maulden, Bedfordshire
St Mary
Tuesday, 30 March 1937 in 2h 42 (10–2–14 in G)
5040 Cambridge Surprise Minor
1 Andrew C Sinfield
2 Reginald J Houghton
3 Donald L Cockings
4 C Henry Harding
5 C Edward Jeffries
6 William A Stote (C)
First peal of Cambridge S Minor by all the band and on the bells.

Bedfordshire Association
Dunstable, Bedfordshire
Priory Church of St Peter
Saturday, 3 April 1937 in 3h 8 (23–2–15 in E♭)
5040 Stedman Triples
Composed by John Carter
1 Edgar H G Tingey
2 Rev R F R Routh
3 Albert Symonds
4 Evelyn Steel
5 Frederick J Plummer
6 Bert F Calcott
7 Arthur E Sharman (C)
8 Albert G Matthews
First peal of Stedman Triples 1, 2, and 6.

Bedfordshire Association
Colmworth, Bedfordshire
St Denys
Saturday, 3 April 1937 in 2h 49 (9–3–18 in A♭)
5040 Doubles (2m)
Being 30 six-scores of Grandsire (ten callings) and 12 six-scores of Plain Bob (four callings)
1 Donald Cockings
2 William Chamberlain
3 Henry J Parker
4 Leonard Williams
5 Frank W Lack (C)
First peal - 2.
First peal on the bells.
The treble was added last year in memory of Mr. W T Lack, father of the conductor.
The peal was a birthday compliment to Miss D Howkins and Miss P M Lack, who both came of age during the preceeding week.

Bedfordshire Association
Husborne Crawley, Bedfordshire
St James
Saturday, 10 April 1937 in 3h 18 (18–2–12 in D)
5088 Plain Bob Major
Composed by York Green
1 Albert Fleet
2 Ernest Herbert
3 Horace H Smith
4 Mark Lane
5 H Douglas Harris
6 Joseph E Arnold
7 Edmund J Hobbs
8 Arthur E Sharman (C)
First peal of Major - 6.
First peal of Plain Bob on the bells.
This peal was arranged as a 60th birthday compliment to Mr Ernest Herbert, vice-president and hon. auditor of the Bedfordshire Association.

Bedfordshire Association
Sharnbrook, Bedfordshire
St Peter
Saturday, 1 May 1937 in 2h 55 (9–3–5 in F♯)
5040 Minor (7m)
An extent each of: Cambridge S, Woodbine TB, Oxford TB, Kent TB, Double Court, Single Oxford B and Plain B.
1 Charles W Clarke (C)
2 Evelyn Steel
3 Herbert L Harlow
4 Henry W Gayton
5 Ernest Whitmore
6 William J Whitmore

Bedfordshire Association
Totternhoe, Bedfordshire
St Giles
Tuesday, 4 May 1937 in 2h 45 (9½ in F♯)
5040 Plain Bob Minor
Seven different extents
1 C Edward Jeffries
2 Hubert C Hillyard
3 R John Scott
4 Frederick L Cook
5 William A Twidell
6 James G Newman (C)
First peal: 2, 4, and 5.
First peal as conductor; 6.

Bedfordshire Association
Kempston, Bedfordshire
All Saints
Saturday, 8 May 1937 in 3h 8 (17–1–16 in E)
5040 Minor (7m)
1 extent each of Cambridge S, Woodbine, Oxford TB, Kent TB, Double Court, Oxford Bob, and Plain Bob
1 George White
2 Herbert L Harlow
3 Henry W Gayton
4 Reginald West
5 Harry Tysoe
6 E Pearl Inskip (C)
All the above band are grandfathers.

Bedfordshire Association
Thurleigh, Bedfordshire
St Peter
Wednesday, 12 May 1937 in 2h 58 (15 in F)
5040 Grandsire Doubles
Forty-two six-scores, ten callings.
1 Reginald Parrott
2 George Seth
3 J Harold Swepson
4 Ernest Asque
5 Donald L Cockings (C)
6 Albert Stapleton
1st peal - 1, 3 & 6. 1st peal inside - 2. 1st as C.

Bedfordshire Association
Pavenham, Bedfordshire
St Peter
Saturday, 15 May 1937 in 2h 47 (9 in A)
5040 Doubles (2m)
Being 12 six-scores of Plain Bob and 30 of Grandsire.
1 John Hilson
2 Brian F Sims
3 George Seth
4 Percy Amos
5 Donald L Cockings (C)
1st peal inside - 2.

Bedfordshire Association
Dunstable, Bedfordshire
Priory Church of St Peter
Saturday, 15 May 1937 in 3h 10 (23–2–15 in E♭)
5120 Plain Bob Major
Composed by A Knights
1 Arthur E Sharman (C)
2 Henry B Whitney
3 James G Newman
4 Harold Burrows
5 George W Heley
6 Frank H Ramsay
7 Frederick J Plummer
8 Edwin A Belson
First peal of Bob Major - 2, 3, and 8.

Bedfordshire Association
Little Staughton, Bedfordshire
All Saints
Tuesday, 18 May 1937 in 2h 50 (10–2–20 in G♯)
5040 Grandsire Doubles
Forty-two six-scores, 10 callings.
1 Albert Marshall
2 Ernest Asque
3 J Harold Swepson
4 George Seth
5 Donald L Cockings (C)
1st peal - 1. First peal on the bells since rehanging by Mears and Stainbank in 1935, the last peal having been rung in 1906.

Bedfordshire Association
Harrold, Bedfordshire
St Peter and All Saints
Saturday, 22 May 1937 in 3h (13–0–6 in F♯)
5040 Minor (7m)
Being 720 each of Cambridge S, Woodbine TB, Oxford TB, Kent TB, Double Court B, Oxford B and Plain B.
1 Donald L Cockings
2 Herbert L Harlow
3 Ernest Whitmore
4 William J Whitmore
5 Henry W Gayton
6 Reginald West (C)

Bedfordshire Association
Biddenham, Bedfordshire
St James
Saturday, 29 May 1937 in 2h 50 (12–3–18 in G)
5040 Minor (7m)
Being 720 each of Cambridge S, College Exercise, Woodbine TB, Oxford TB, Kent TB, Oxford B & Plain B.
1 George Wright
2 Henry W Gayton
3 Miss Evelyn Steel
4 Herbert L Harlow
5 Leonard Williams
6 Reginald West (C)

Bedfordshire Association
Oakley, Bedfordshire
St Mary
Saturday, 3 July 1937 in 2h 53 (10–0–2 in G)
5040 Grandsire Doubles
Forty-two six-scores, 10 callings.
1 Herbert L Harlow
2 John Hilson
3 Henry W Gayton (C)
4 Brian F Sims
5 Donald L Cockings
1st peal inside - 2.

Bedfordshire Association
Henlow, Bedfordshire
St Mary
Saturday, 31 July 1937 in 2h 50 (14½ in F♯)
5040 Cambridge Surprise Minor
Composed by Rev E B James
1 Herbert L Harlow
2 Stanley Gravestock
3 John Church
4 Percy Tompkins
5 Frank Warrington
6 Lewis H Bywaters (C)
Fiftieth peal - 6.
First peal of Surprise on the bells.

Bedfordshire Association
Tempsford, Bedfordshire
St Peter
Friday, 6 August 1937 in 2h 52 (9–1–0 in A♭)
5040 London Surprise Minor
1 Hugh E Harding
2 C Henry Harding
3 Frank G Gleaves
4 C Edward Jeffries
5 Reginald J Houghton
6 Frank Warrington (C)
First peal of London: 1, 2, 4. and 5.

Bedfordshire Association
Old Warden, Bedfordshire
St Leonard
Saturday, 7 August 1937 in 2h 58 (9–0–22 in G)
5040 Minor (7m)
Being 720 each of College Exercise, Cambridge S, Oxford TB, Kent TB, Woodbine, Oxford Bob, and Plain Bob
1 John Pressland
2 Herbert Sherman
3 Arthur W Dilley
4 Edmund Wagstaffe
5 Lewis H Bywaters (C)
6 Percy Tompkins

Bedfordshire Association
Elstow, Bedfordshire
St Mary and St Helena
Friday, 20 August 1937 in 2h 50 (8–2–0 in G)
5040 Treble Bob Minor (7m)
Being 720 each of London Scholar's Pleasure TB, College Exercise TB, London S, Cambridge S, Woodbine TB, Oxford TB & Kent TB.
1 Brian F Sims
2 Charles W Clarke
3 C Henry Harding
4 C Edward Jeffries
5 William Stapleton (C)
6 Sydney Foskett
1st peal of Minor - 1.

Bedfordshire Association
Dunstable, Bedfordshire
Priory Church of St Peter
Saturday, 21 August 1937 in 3h 11 (23–2–15 in E♭)
5040 Double Norwich Court Bob Major
Composed by G Lindoff
1 Frank H Hicks
2 William Welling
3 James G Newman
4 George Mayers
5 Edwin Belson
6 Charles Brasier
7 Cecil C Mayne (C)
8 Tony Price
First in the method on an "inside" bell - 5.

Bedfordshire Association
Maulden, Bedfordshire
St Mary
Wednesday, 1 September 1937 in 2h 49 (10–2–14 in G)
5040 Minor (7m)
One extent each of College Exercise, Cambridge Surprise, Woodbine, Oxford TB, Kent TB, Oxford Bob, and Plain Bob
1 Ronald J Sharp
2 C Edward Jeffries
3 Edmund Wagstaffe
4 John Church
5 Lewis H Bywaters (C)
6 Herbert Sherman
First peal: 1.
Rung as a compliment to Mr Charles Sharp on his retirement from office as verger and sexton, after 37 years at this church.

Bedfordshire Association
Woburn, Bedfordshire
St Mary
Saturday, 4 September 1937 in 3h 17 (24–1–16 in D)
5056 Superlative Surprise Major
1 Ernest Herbert
2 Albert E Austin
3 George Martin (C)
4 Arthur E Sharman
5 William Welling
6 William Henley
7 Cecil C Mayne
8 Tony Price

Bedfordshire Association
Biddenham, Bedfordshire
St James
Saturday, 18 September 1937 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 Herbert Frossell
2 Charles W Clarke
3 Miss Evelyn Steel
4 Reginald West
5 Charles Brochett
6 Pearl Inskip (C)
1st peal in seven methods - 5. Arranged and rung on the anniversary of the Vicar's induction to the parish.

Bedfordshire Association
Pavenham, Bedfordshire
St Peter
Wednesday, 22 September 1937 in 2h 42 (9 in A)
5040 Doubles (2m)
Being 12 six-scores of Plain B and 30 of Grandsire, 10 callings.
1 Ernest Asque
2 George Seth
3 J Harold Swepson
4 William Stock
5 Donald L Cockings (C)
1st peal in 2m - 3. Rung as aa farewell to the Vicar, the Rev. W Higgins, who is leaving the parish for Ireland.

Bedfordshire Association
Kempston, Bedfordshire
All Saints
Saturday, 25 September 1937 in 3h 5 (17–1–16 in E)
5040 Minor (7m)
1 extent each of Cambridge S, College Exercise, Kent TB, Oxford TB, Woodbine, Double Court, and Plain Bob)
1 Charles W Clarke
2 Herbert L Harlow
3 Edmund Wagstaffe
4 John Church
5 Francis Beaumont
6 Lewis H Bywaters (C)

Bedfordshire Association
Sandy, Bedfordshire
St Swithun
Monday, 27 September 1937 in 2h 58 (12–0–8 in F)
5040 Minor (7m)
One extent each of Cambridge Surprise, College Exercise, Oxford TB, Kent TB, Woodbine, Oxford Bob, and Plain Bob
1 Lewis H Bywaters (C)
2 Reginald J Houghton
3 C Henry Harding
4 C Edward Jeffries
5 Edmund Wagstaffe
6 Herbert Sherman

Bedfordshire Association
Old Warden, Bedfordshire
St Leonard
Wednesday, 29 September 1937 in 2h 48 (9–0–22 in G)
5040 Minor (7m)
One extent each of College Exercise, Cambridge Surprise, Woodbine, Oxford TB, Kent TB, Oxford Bob, and Plain Bob
1 C Henry Harding
2 Reginald J Houghton
3 Herbert Sherman
4 Edmund Wagstaffe
5 Lewis H Bywaters
6 C Edward Jeffries (C)

Bedfordshire Association
Husborne Crawley, Bedfordshire
St James
Saturday, 2 October 1937 in 3h 5 (18–2–12 in D)
5056 Cambridge Surprise Major
Composed by C Middleton
1 Ernest Herbert
2 Albert E Austin
3 Wallace Cousins
4 William Welling (C)
5 Claude Cousins
6 William Henley
7 Cecil C Mayne
8 Tony Price
First peal of Surprise Major - 3 and 5.

Bedfordshire Association
Ampthill, Bedfordshire
St Andrew
Saturday, 2 October 1937 in 3h (13–3–6 in A♭)
5040 Minor (7m)
One extent each of Cambridge Surprise, Woodbine, Oxford TB, Kent TB, Double Court, Oxford Bob , and Plain Bob
1 Herbert L Harlow
2 C Henry Harding
3 C Edward Jeffries
4 Reginald J Houghton
5 Charles W Clarke (C)
6 E Pearl Inskip

Bedfordshire Association
Stagsden, Bedfordshire
St Leonard
Saturday, 9 October 1937 in 2h 52 (10–2–18 in G)
5040 Minor (7m)
Being 720 each of College Exercise, Cambridge S, Woodbine TB, Oxford TB, Kent TB, Oxford B & Plain B.
1 Brian F Sims
2 Leonard Williams
3 Donald L Cockings
4 Henry W Gayton
5 Reginald West
6 Pearl Inskip (C)

Bedfordshire Association
Flitton, Bedfordshire
St John the Baptist
Friday, 15 October 1937 in 2h 40 (6–0–5 in B)
5040 Minor (4m)
One extent each of Woodbine TB, two of Oxford TB, and two each of Single Oxford and Plain Bob
1 Ronald J Sharp
2 C Edward Jeffries
3 Reginald J Houghton
4 Andrew C Sinfield
5 C Henry Harding (C)
6 Charles W Clarke
First peal in more than one method inside: 4.

Bedfordshire Association
Henlow, Bedfordshire
St Mary
Saturday, 23 October 1937 in 2h 48 (14½ in F♯)
5040 Minor (7m)
Being 720 each of Woodbine, Cambridge S, Oxford TB, Kent TB, Double Court, Oxford Bob, and Plain Bob
1 Lewis H Bywaters
2 Percy Tompkins
3 Edmund Wagstaffe
4 Herbert Sherman
5 Jack Church
6 Francis S Beamont (C)

Bedfordshire Association
Clifton Reynes, Buckinghamshire
St Mary the Virgin
Sunday, 24 October 1937 in 2h 45 (10–2–14 in A)
5040 Plain Bob Minor
Seven extents each called differently.
1 John Hilson
2 Henry W Gayton
3 Percy Amos
4 Charles Sargent
5 William Stock
6 Donald L Cockings (C)
First peal of Minor 1. First peal of minor as conductor.

Bedfordshire Association
Oakley, Bedfordshire
St Mary
Thursday, 28 October 1937 in 2h 48 (10–0–2 in G)
5040 St Simon's Bob Doubles
Being 42 six-scores with eight callings.
1 John Hilson
2 C Henry Harding (C)
3 Donald L Cockings
4 Herbert L Harlow
5 Reginald J Houghton
Rung as a compliment to Mr & Mrs H L Harlow on the 52nd anniversary of their wedding. It was the first peal in the method by the band and in the county.

Bedfordshire Association
Riseley, Bedfordshire
All Saints
Saturday, 30 October 1937 in 3h 4 (13–1–26 in F)
5040 Grandsire Doubles
Forty-two six-scores, 10 callings.
1 Edward Pentlow
2 George Seth
3 J Harold Swepson
4 R S Litchfield
5 Donald L Cockings (C)
1st peal - 1. Rung on the vigil of All Saints.

Bedfordshire Association
Clifton, Bedfordshire
All Saints
Monday, 1 November 1937 in 2h 50 (10–0–6 in A♭)
5040 Oxford Treble Bob Minor
Sevn different 720's
1 Stanley Gravestock
2 John Church
3 Laurie Wilton
4 Arthur W Dilley
5 Herbert Sherman
6 Percy Tompkins (C)
First peal of Treble Bob "inside" - 3.

Bedfordshire Association
Elstow, Bedfordshire
St Mary and St Helena
Friday, 12 November 1937 in 2h 54 (8–2–0 in G)
5040 Minor (7m)
Being 720 each of London S, Cambridge S, College Exercise TB, Oxford TB, Kent TB, Oxford B & Plain B.
1 Thomas Harpin
2 C Henry Harding
3 C Edward Jeffries
4 Reginald J Houghton
5 William Stapleton (C)
6 Sydney Foskett
25th peal - 2.

Bedfordshire Association
Bletsoe, Bedfordshire
St Mary
Saturday, 20 November 1937 in 3h 8 (11–0–16 in F♯)
5040 Minor (4m)
Being 720 of Kent TB and two extents each of Oxford TB, Oxford Single and Plain B.
1 John Hilson
2 Herbert L Harlow
3 Leonard Williams
4 Donald L Cockings
5 C Henry Harding (C)
6 Reginald J Houghton

Bedfordshire Association
Arlesey, Bedfordshire
St Peter
Saturday, 20 November 1937 in 2h 43 (10–3–15 in G)
5040 Minor (7m)
Being 720 each of Plain Bob, Oxford Bob, Double Court, Cambridge S, Oxford TB, Kent TB, and Woodbine
1 Albert E Symonds
2 Francis S Beamont
3 Edmund Wagstaffe
4 John Church
5 Percy Tompkins
6 Lewis H Bywaters (C)

Bedfordshire Association
Leighton Buzzard, Bedfordshire
All Saints
Saturday, 4 December 1937 in 3h 10 (24–1–5 in D)
5152 Plain Bob Major
Composed by G Lindoff
1 Horace H Smith
2 Doris E Lidbetter
3 Henry B Whitney
4 Frederick Jeffs
5 Frederick J Plummer
6 Albert Fleet
7 Edwin A Belson
8 Joseph E Arnold (C)
First peal of Major - 2 and 4.

Bedfordshire Association
Maulden, Bedfordshire
St Mary
Wednesday, 8 December 1937 in 2h 48 (10–2–14 in G)
5040 Minor (7m)
One extent each of Cambridge Surprise, Woodbine, Oxford TB, Kent TB, St.Clement's, Single Oxford, and Plain Bob
1 Edmund Wagstaffe
2 Andrew C Sinfield
3 C Henry Harding
4 Lewis H Bywaters
5 Reginald J Houghton
6 C Edward Jeffries (C)
First peal in seven methods: 2.
A Birthday greeting to Mr C W Sinfield, Churchwarden.

Bedfordshire Association
Sharnbrook, Bedfordshire
St Peter
Saturday, 18 December 1937 in 2h 53 (9–3–5 in F♯)
5040 Minor (5m)
One extent each of: Woodbine TB, Oxford TB and Kent TB, and two extents each of: Single Oxford B and Plain B.
1 John Hilson
2 Herbert L Harlow
3 Leonard A Williams
4 William Stock
5 Henry W Gayton (C)
6 Donald L Cockings
The Conductors 300th peal.

Bedfordshire Association
Thurleigh, Bedfordshire
St Peter
Saturday, 25 December 1937 in 2h 55 (15 in F)
5040 Grandsire Doubles
Forty-two six-scores, ten callings.
1 Albert Stapleton
2 George Seth
3 J Harold Swepson
4 Ernest Asque
5 Donald L Cockings (C)
6 Arthur Jaquest
1st peal - 6.

Bedfordshire Association
Stevington, Bedfordshire
St Mary the Virgin
Monday, 27 December 1937 in 2h 50 (11–0–16 in F♯)
5040 Doubles (2m)
Being 22 extents of Plain Bob and 20 of Grandsire.
1 John E Hilson
2 Henry W Gayton
3 Percy Amos
4 Brian F Sims
5 Donald L Cockings (C)