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Hereford Diocesan Guild
Burghill, Herefordshire
St Mary the Virgin
Saturday, 8 January 1927 in 3h 6 (10–0–20 in G)
5040 Stedman Triples
Composed by Thurstans' Four -part
1 Arthur W Davis
2 William E Williams
3 Geoffrey W Taysom
4 Thomas H Taysom
5 Alec J Taylor
6 Walter Taylor
7 Charles Edwards (C)
8 George R Hanks
First peal of Stedman 5 and 6. First peal on eight bells 8. First peal of Stedman on the bells.

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Eastnor, Herefordshire
St John the Baptist
Sunday, 9 January 1927 in 3h 3 (6–3–9 in A)
5040 Minor (7m)
(Being 720 each of Cambridge Surprise, Woodbine, Oxford and Kent Treble Bob, Double Oxford, Oxford Bob and Plain Bob.)
1 Richard Thomas
2 William Ranford
3 Jeffrey Lewis
4 Chris Bowers
5 David Horne (C)
6 George Jordon
This is the first peal on the bells since they were rehung on ball bearings in a new steel frame. The bells go very well.

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Much Marcle, Herefordshire
St Bartholomew
Tuesday, 18 January 1927 in 2h 54 (12–1–14 in F)
5040 Grandsire Doubles
(42 six-scores, ten different callings)
1 Charles Cox
2 Samuel England
3 Cecil Cox
4 Ernest Cox
5 Alfred T Poulton (C)
6 Harry E Cox
First peal and first attempt 1 and 3. First peal as conductor. Rung as a farewell to the Vicar (Rev. J. M. Duncan). All are regular Sunday service ringers.

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Bridstow, Herefordshire
St Bridget
Tuesday, 25 January 1927 in 3h 15 (8–3–19 in A♭)
5040 Grandsire Triples
Composed by Groves' Variation of Parker's Twelve - Part
1 Arthur J Jones
2 John Clark
3 Alfred T Poulton
4 William T Poston
5 Ernest Cox
6 Arthur J Llewellyn
7 William Poston (C)
8 Robert Summers
First peal 1.

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Ruardean, Gloucestershire
St John the Baptist
Saturday, 29 January 1927 in 3h 23 (14–2–14 in F)
5040 Grandsire Triples
Composed by Groves' Variation of Parker's Twelve - Part
1 Leonard Nelmes
2 Bruce P Clew
3 James Bishop
4 George Wilkes
5 John Clark
6 William Bishop
7 William Poston (C)
8 William Beard
Hung hull-muffled as a last tribute of respect to the memory of the late Rev. F. Parnell, for over 30 years Rector of Ruardean, who died on January 19th, and was interred at Ruardean on Sunday, January 23rd.

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Whitbourne, Herefordshire
St John the Baptist
Sunday, 30 January 1927 in 3h 2 (11½ in G)
5040 Minor (7m)
(Being 720 each of Cambridge, Surprise, Woodbine, Oxford, and Kent Treble Bob, Double Oxford, Oxford Bob and Plain Bob.)
1 Thomas Pratt
2 Sidney T Holt
3 William Ranford
4 Chris Bowers
5 David Horne (C)
6 George Jordan

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Bridstow, Herefordshire
St Bridget
Saturday, 12 February 1927 in 3h 13 (8–3–19 in A♭)
5056 Plain Bob Major
Composed by J. R. Pritchard
1 Thomas Bevan
2 Robert E Summers
3 Walter T Bennett
4 John Clark
5 William T Poston
6 Harry E Cox
7 Alfred T Poulton
8 William Poston (C)
First peal of Major 6.

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Bosbury, Herefordshire
Holy Trinity
Sunday, 13 February 1927 in 3h 9 (15–1–6 in E)
5040 Minor (7m)
(Being 720 each of Cambridge Surprise, Woodbine, Oxford and Kent Treble Bob, College Single, Oxford Bob and Plain Bob.)
1 Frank Price
2 William Ranford
3 David Horne
4 Chris Bowers
5 Sidney T Holt (C)
6 George Jordan

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Kingsland, Herefordshire
St Michael and All Angels
Saturday, 19 February 1927 in 3h 5 (11–1–12 in F♯)
5040 Grandsire Doubles
(With ten different callings)
1 W L Jones
2 Chris Law
3 J Green
4 W H Jaine
5 F A Jaine (C)
6 J Jones
This peal was rung as a token of respect to the memory of the late Mr. D. Hammond, for many years sexton of the above tower, who passed away at the ripe old age of 90, and was interred in the Parish Churchyard on the Sunday previous.

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Fownhope, Herefordshire
St Mary
Sunday, 27 February 1927 in 3h (11–2–4 in F♯)
5040 Minor (7m)
(Being 720 each of Cambridge Surprise, Woodbine, Oxford and Kent Treble Bob, College Single, Oxford Bob and Plain Bob.)
1 Thomas Pratt
2 David Horne
3 William Ranford
4 Sidney T Holt (C)
5 Charles Camm
6 George Jordan

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Foy, Herefordshire
St Mary
Saturday, 7 May 1927 in 2h 43 (9 in G♯)
5040 Plain Bob Minor
(Seven different 720’s.)
1 Harold Willett
2 Thomas Bevan
3 Cornelius J Partridge
4 Henry E Cox
5 Alfred T Poulton
6 William Poston (C)
First peal of Minor on an inside bell 2 and 4.

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Bromfield, Shropshire
St Mary the Virgin
Friday, 13 May 1927 in 2h 52 (8–2–19 in G♯)
5040 Grandsire Doubles
(Being 42 six-scores, 11 callings.)
1 George Randle
2 John W Hardwick
3 Wm J Beniams (C)
4 Chas Tipton
5 William Mapp
6 George Jones
Rung as a farewell peal to Rev. Canon Chesshire.

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Skenfrith, Monmouthshire
St Bridget
Saturday, 14 May 1927 in 2h 53 (8–0–11)
5040 Grandsire Doubles
Ten callings
1 James P Hyett (C)
2 William E Williams
3 William E Davies
4 John Bourne
5 George R Hanks
6 Frank Bourne
First peal inside: 3. J. P. Hyett’s 100th peal, the 100th tower in which he has rung, and the 50th tower in which he has rung a peal, and the 25th tower in which he has called a peal for the Guild. The peals were rung with over 200 different ringers. First peal of Doubles on the bells.

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Holme Lacy, Herefordshire
St Cuthbert
Saturday, 14 May 1927 in 3h 8 (18 in E)
5040 Grandsire Triples
Composed by Groves' Variation of Parker's Twelve - Part
1 Herbert Colcombe
2 Charles Edwards
3 Geoffrey W Taysom
4 William H Symonds
5 Alec Taylor
6 Henry J Taylor
7 Walter Taylor (C)
8 Herbert J Taysom
First peal on eight 8. First peal on eight as conductor.

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Usk, Monmouthshire
St Mary
Saturday, 21 May 1927 in 3h 5 (14–1–7 in F♯)
5040 Grandsire Triples
Composed by Grove's Transposition of Parker's Twelve-Part
1 William V Cowley
2 James Bishop
3 Bruce P Chew
4 George Wilks
5 William Bishop
6 Thomas Lade
7 William Poston (C)
8 Charles Morgan
Ringers of 1st, 6th and 8th hail from Trevethin, and were elected members before starting. Ringers of 2nd, 4th and 5th are from Ruardean, 3rd from Mitcheldean, and 7th from Bridstow.

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Mathon, Worcestershire
St John the Baptist
Sunday, 22 May 1927 in 2h 50 (7–2–23 in A♭)
5040 Treble Dodging Minor (3m)
(Being two 720’s Woodbine, two 720’s Oxford, and three 720’s of Kent Treble Bob.)
1 Joseph Herdman
2 William Ranford
3 Thomas Pratt
4 Chris Bowers (C)
5 David Horne
6 George Jordon
First peal 1. First peal on an inside bell 3. First peal as conductor.

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Hampton Bishop, Herefordshire
St Andrew
Saturday, 18 June 1927 in 2h 53 (10 in G)
5040 Plain Bob Minor
1 George Griffiths
2 Alec J Taylor
3 Fred Arrowsmith
4 Geoffrey W Taysom
5 Herbert J Taysom
6 Walter Taylor (C)
First peal of Minor?

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Eastnor, Herefordshire
St John the Baptist
Sunday, 19 June 1927 in 2h 56 (6–3–9 in A)
5040 Minor (7m)
(Being 720 each of Cambridge Surprise, Woodbine, Oxford and Kent Treble Bob, College Single, Oxford Bob and Plain Bob.)
1 Thomas Pratt
2 Gerald Fincher
3 Geoffrey Lewis (C)
4 Christopher Bowers
5 David Horne
6 W Ranford
First peal 2. The peal was rung as tho quarterly peal for the Ledbury District.

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Clyro, Radnorshire
St Michael
Sunday, 19 June 1927 in 2h 48 (11 in G)
5040 Grandsire Doubles
Being eight 240’s of Pitman’s, eight of Morris’ arrangement and ten differently-called six-scores.
1 Eric Arnold
2 George J Price
3 James Randle
4 George Breeze
5 James P Hyett (C)
First peal inside - 2,3.

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Kingstone, Herefordshire
St Michael and All Angels
Saturday, 25 June 1927 in 2h 54 (12–0–22 in G)
5040 Plain Bob Minor
(Seven 720's, called differently)
1 Edward Colcombe
2 Charles Edwards (C)
3 Walter S Evans
4 Herbert Colcombe
5 William H Young
6 Geoffrey W Taysom
First peal 1. First peal of Minor 4.

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Bridstow, Herefordshire
St Bridget
Saturday, 25 June 1927 in 3h 12 (8–3–19 in A♭)
5056 Plain Bob Major
Composed by H J Tucker
1 Walter T Bennett
2 John Austin (C)
3 James W Trappitt, Jun
4 William T Poston
5 Alfred T Poulton
6 William Poston
7 Joseph Williams
8 John Clark

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Goodrich, Herefordshire
St Giles
Wednesday, 29 June 1927 in 2h 37 (10–0–2 in G)
5040 Plain Bob Minor
(Being seven different 720's.)
1 John Clark
2 Walter T Bennett
3 William T Poston
4 Robert E Summers
5 Alfred T Poulton
6 William Poston (C)
First peal on the bells since their augmentation to six.

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Knighton, Radnorshire
St Edward
Saturday, 2 July 1927 in 2h 54 (9–3–26 in A♭)
5040 Plain Bob Minor
1 William Watkins
2 John J Price
3 William J Beniams
4 John F Evans
5 Albert E Jones
6 Francis Evans (C)
7 Geoffrey C Abley
First peal - 1,5.
First peal inside - 2,4.
First peal as conductor.
First peal in the method by all.
The ringer of the 3rd is from Ludlow, the others are members of the local band.

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Whitney on Wye, Herefordshire
St Peter and St Paul
Sunday, 10 July 1927 in 2h 52 (9 in A♭)
5040 Grandsire Doubles
(Being ten 240’s of Pitman's, eight of Morris’, and six ordinary 120's, each lot called differently.)
1 James P Hyett (C)
2 George J Price
3 William Evans
4 George Breeze
5 James Randle
First peal on the bells. Rung for evening service.

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Mathon, Worcestershire
St John the Baptist
Sunday, 10 July 1927 in 2h 57 (7–2–23 in A♭)
5040 Minor (6m)
(Being 720 each of Woodbine, Oxford and Kent Treble Bob, College Single and Oxford Bob, and two 720’s of Plain Bob.)
1 Richard Thomas
2 William Ranford
3 Thomas Pratt
4 Chris Bowers
5 David Horne (C)
6 George Jordon
Rung with the bells muffled as a token of respect to Mrs. C. Layton, who was interred at the Parish Church the same day.

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Holme Lacy, Herefordshire
St Cuthbert
Monday, 1 August 1927 in 3h 2 (18 in E)
5008 Plain Bob Major
Composed by J Carter
1 Herbert Colcombe
2 Alec Taylor
3 Thomas H Taysom
4 William H Symonds
5 Revd H S T Richardson
6 William H Williams
7 Walter Taylor
8 Charles Edwards (C)
First peal of Major? First peal of Major with a bob bell?

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Kimbolton, Herefordshire
St James the Great
Saturday, 20 August 1927 in 2h 46 (9–3–24 in G)
5040 Doubles (4m)
(Being 720 of April Day, 720 of Plain Bob, 720 of Canterbury Pleasure, and 2,880 of Grandsire (three 240’s by L. W. G. Morris and nine 240's by A. J. Pitman).
1 John Green
2 Charles Jaine
3 John F Fox
4 Frederick A Jaine (C)
5 William H Jaine
6 Revd A S Hutchinson
First peal on the bells in four methods, and first in four methods by all the band. Arranged for the Rev. A. S. Hutchinson, who is on holiday at Kimbolton, who was also elected a member of the Guild previous to starting the peal.

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Clifford, Herefordshire
St Mary the Virgin
Saturday, 27 August 1927 in 3h 1 (12–1–14 in G)
5040 Grandsire Doubles
(Being eleven 240’s of Pitman’s and ten 240’s of old Grandsire, with 21 different callings.)
1 James P Hyett (C)
2 George J Price
3 Ivor J Rawlings
4 George R Hanks
5 James Randle
6 Sidney Baker
First peal 6. Rung on the front six after meeting one short, Joseph E. Rawlings kindly sitting the peal out. J. P. Hyett’s 100th peal for the above Guild, rung in 50 towers in Herefordshire, and each of the surrounding counties, viz., Breconshire, Radnorshire, Shropshire, Worcestershire, Gloucestershire and Monmouthshire. He is the first resident ringer to accomplish this, and he has now rung each bell in this tower to a peal.

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Norton Canon, Herefordshire
St Nicholas
Sunday, 25 September 1927 in 2h 49 (6–3–16 in B♭)
5040 Grandsire Doubles
(Being twelve 240's of Pitman's, four of Morris and five of ordinary Grandsire, each called differently.)
1 Joseph R Rawlings
2 Ivor J Rawlings
3 Cecil W Dukes
4 George Breeze
5 James P Hyett (C)
First peal 1.

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Bridstow, Herefordshire
St Bridget
Saturday, 1 October 1927 in 3h 4 (8–3–19 in A♭)
5040 Grandsire Triples
Composed by Groves' Variation of Parker's Twelve - part.
1 Reginald Poston
2 Alfred T Poulton
3 Robert E Summers
4 Henry E Cox
5 John H Bushnell
6 Thomas Bevan
7 William Poston (C)
8 John J Webb
First peal 1,5 and 8. First peal of Grandsire inside 6.

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Allensmore, Herefordshire
St Andrew
Saturday, 15 October 1927 in 3h (10–3–18 in G)
5040 Plain Bob Minor
(Being seven different extents)
1 Edward Colcombe
2 Charles Edwards (C)
3 Walter S Evans
4 Herbert Colcombe
5 William H Symonds
6 William E Williams

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Leominster, Herefordshire
St Peter and St Paul
Saturday, 22 October 1927 in 2h 43 (22¾ in E♭)
5040 Doubles (2m)
(Being 720 of Plain Bob and 4,320 of Grandsire, A. J. Pitman’s callings)
1 John Green
2 Charles Green
3 Thomas Cooke, Jun
4 William H Jaine
5 Frederick A Jaine (C)
6 John Jones
First peal in two methods 3 and 6. Rung on the front six of the peal of ten, as a birthday compliment to the ringer of Tenor.

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Pencombe, Herefordshire
St John
Sunday, 23 October 1927 in 2h 53 (8–2–23 in A)
5040 Minor (7m)
(Being 720 each of Cambridge Surprise, Woodbine, Oxford and Kent, Treble Bob, College Single, Oxford Bob and Plain Bob.)
1 Richard Thomas
2 David Horne
3 William Ranford
4 Christopher Bowers
5 Sidney T Holt (C)
6 George Jordan
50th peal 4. First peal of Minor on the bells.

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Ross on Wye, Herefordshire
St Mary the Virgin
Saturday, 29 October 1927 in 3h 10 (20–1–4 in E♭)
5040 Grandsire Triples
Composed by Groves' Variation of Parker's Twelve - part.
1 Arthur W Poston
2 John H Bushnell
3 Thomas Napper
4 William T Poston
5 Henry E Cox
6 Alfred T Poulton
7 William Poston (C)
8 John J Webb

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Bridstow, Herefordshire
St Bridget
Friday, 11 November 1927 in 3h 4 (8–3–19 in A♭)
5040 Grandsire Triples
Composed by Groves' Transposition of Parker's Twelve - part
1 Arthur J Jones
2 William T Poston
3 Thomas Bevan
4 Robert E Summers
5 John H Bushnell
6 John J Webb
7 William Poston (C)
8 Robert Summers
First peal on inside bell 6. Rung half-muffled in remembrance of the men who lost their lives in the Great War.

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Staunton on Wye, Herefordshire
St Mary the Virgin
Sunday, 13 November 1927 in 2h 52 (10–0–11 in G)
5040 Doubles (2m)
(Being twelve 240's of Pitman’s, 8 of Morris’, and 1 of Plain Bob.)
1 Harry Male
2 Alfred Gooding
3 James P Hyett (C)
4 George J Price
5 James Randle
6 William H Price
First peal in two methods 1,4 and 5. First peal 6.

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Ross on Wye, Herefordshire
St Mary the Virgin
Saturday, 19 November 1927 in 3h (20–1–4 in E♭)
5040 Grandsire Triples
Composed by Groves Transposition of Parker's Twelve - part
1 Robert E Summers
2 John H Bushnell
3 Thomas Napper
4 William T Poston
5 John G Jefferies
6 Alfred T Poulton
7 William Poston (C)
8 John J Webb
Arranged for Mr. Jefferies, of Mangotsfield.

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Lugwardine, Herefordshire
St Peter
Saturday, 19 November 1927 in 3h 10 (12–1–20 in F)
5040 Grandsire Triples
Composed by Groves Transposition of Parker's Twelve - part
1 Charles Edwards
2 Alec Taylor
3 William H Williams
4 Thomas H Taysom
5 Fred Arrowsmith
6 Charles Webley
7 Walter Taylor (C)
8 Edmund Brookes
First peal of Triples 5. First peal on the bells since they were rehung, retuned, and augmented to eight.

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Bridstow, Herefordshire
St Bridget
Monday, 21 November 1927 in 3h 2 (8–3–19 in A♭)
5056 Plain Bob Major
Composed by J. R. Pritchard
1 Arthur J Jones
2 John Clark
3 Thomas Bevan
4 Robert E Summers
5 Alfred T Poulton
6 William T Poston
7 John G Jefferies
8 William Poston (C)
First peal of Major 1. 100th peal as conductor.

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Leominster, Herefordshire
St Peter and St Paul
Saturday, 26 November 1927 in 3h 26 (22¾ in E♭)
5003 Grandsire Caters
Composed by W Moorhouse
1 Charles Edwards (C)
2 Alec Taylor
3 Thomas H Taysom
4 Geoffrey W Taysom
5 Arthur W Davis
6 William H Williams
7 William H Symonds
8 Walter Taylor
9 Albert E Hurcome
10 Frank Dawnes
First peal on ten bells 2 and 10. First peal of Caters on a working bell 9. Believed to be the first peal of Grandsire Caters on the bells.

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Peterchurch, Herefordshire
St Peter
Sunday, 4 December 1927 in 2h 51 (9–3–1 in G)
5040 Grandsire Doubles
(Being eleven 240's of Pitman’s and twenty ordinary six-scores.)
1 Alfred Preece
2 William E Brewer
3 George J Price
4 Herbert Colcombe
5 James P Hyett (C)
6 Herbert Pikes
First peal 1 and 6. First peal ‘ inside.’ 2. Rung for evening service

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Mathon, Worcestershire
St John the Baptist
Sunday, 4 December 1927 in 2h 53 (7–2–23 in A♭)
5040 Minor (7m)
(Being 720 each of Cambridge Surprise, Woodbine, Oxford and Kent Treble Bob, Double Oxford, Oxford Bob and Plain Bob.)
1 Thomas Pratt
2 Gerald Fincher
3 William Ranford
4 Sidney T Holt (C)
5 David Horne
6 George Jordan

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Tyberton, Herefordshire
St Mary
Saturday, 10 December 1927 in 2h 46 (6½ in B)
5040 Grandsire Doubles
(Being 42 six-scores, ten callings.)
1 Albert T Brewer
2 William E Brewer
3 Edwin Colcombe
4 James P Hyett (C)
5 Herbert Colcombe
First peal ‘ inside’ 3. First peal on the bells

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Marden, Herefordshire
St Mary the Virgin
Sunday, 11 December 1927 in 2h 56 (12–1–6 in F♯)
5040 Grandsire Doubles
(Being twelve 240’s of Pitman’s, four of Morris’, and five of ordinary Grandsire.)
1 Roland F W Kinsey
2 William G T Barrett
3 Thomas W Rowley, Snr
4 George J Price
5 James P Hyett (C)
6 Harold H W Kinsey
First peal 1. Rung for evening service.

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Kimbolton, Herefordshire
St James the Great
Saturday, 17 December 1927 in 2h 40 (9–3–24 in G)
5040 Doubles (7m)
(Being 720 each of Original, Morning Star, St. Dunstan’s, April Day, Plain Bob, Canterbury Pleasure, and Grandsire.)
1 Walter L Jones
2 Charles Jaine
3 Frederick A Jaine (C)
4 John F Fox
5 William H Jaine
6 William E Brooks
First peal in seven methods by all the band, and on the bells. Rung at first attempt for a peal in seven methods. All are Sunday service ringers of the above church.

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Lyonshall, Herefordshire
St Michael and All Angels
Saturday, 31 December 1927 in 2h 40 (12 in G)
5040 Grandsire Doubles
(Twelve Pitman’s 240s, seven Morris’s 240s, two ‘ordinary’ 240s).
1 Joseph Bowen
2 George W Barker
3 Alfred Gooding
4 Henry T Chandler
5 William Evans (C)
6 Stanley G Jones
First peal: 2. Rung to celebrate the bicentenary of the bells, cast by Rudhall in 1727.