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Hereford Diocesan Guild
Bridstow, Herefordshire
St Bridget
Friday, 4 January 1929 in 3h 2 (8–3–19 in A♭)
5040 Grandsire Triples
Composed by Groves Transposition of Parker's Twelve - part
1 Reginald Poston
2 Robert E Summers
3 Thomas Bevan
4 John J Webb
5 William T Poston
6 Edwin H Foster
7 William Poston (C)
8 Robert Summers
First peal 6.

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Marden, Herefordshire
St Mary the Virgin
Sunday, 13 January 1929 in 2h 56 (12–1–6 in F♯)
5040 Grandsire Doubles
(Being 21 Spliced 240"s.)
1 Roland F W Kinsey
2 William G T Barrett
3 Thomas W Rowley
4 Francis J Williams
5 James P Hyett (C)
6 Harold H W Kinsey
Re-elected a member before starting 4.

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Sutton St Nicholas, Herefordshire
St Nicholas
Saturday, 19 January 1929 in 2h 53 (7 in A♭)
5040 Grandsire Doubles
(Being 21 Spliced 240’s.)
1 William E Kinsey
2 William G T Barrett
3 James P Hyett (C)
4 Francis J Williams
5 Thomas W Rowley
6 Harold H W Kinsey
First peal away from the tenor 1. Re-elected a member before starting.

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Kimbolton, Herefordshire
St James the Great
Saturday, 19 January 1929 in 2h 47 (9–3–24 in G)
5040 Doubles (3m)
(Two 720s each Canterbury Pleasure, Plain Bob; three 720s Grandsire)
1 John Green
2 John F Fox
3 Thomas G Cooke
4 William H Jaine
5 Frederick A Jaine (C)
6 Wilfrid E Brookes
First peal in 3 methods: 3.
Rung half-muffled as a token of respect to the late H S Williams, Esq, who had been Churchwarden for over 30 years.

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Eardisley, Herefordshire
St Mary Magdalene
Saturday, 23 March 1929 in 2h 55 (8–1–27 in G♯)
5040 Grandsire Doubles
(Being 16 spliced 240's and ten 120’s)
1 Eric R Webb
2 George J R Price
3 Barney W Cadman
4 James P Hyett (C)
5 James Randle
6 Charles Webb
First peal 1 and 6.

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Clifford, Herefordshire
St Mary the Virgin
Sunday, 31 March 1929 in 2h 48 (12–1–14 in G)
5040 Doubles (2m)
(Bring two 120's of Canterbury Pleasure, 14 120's and 13 spliced 240's (Pitman’s) of Grandsire.)
1 Reginald Morris
2 George W Barker
3 William Richards
4 William Evans
5 George J R Price
6 James P Hyett (C)
Rung on, and in honour of, Easter Day, also to celebrate the 21st birthday of the conductor’s youngest daughter, and her engagement to the ringer of the 5th. The conductor has now called a peal of Doubles from each of the eight bells in the tower.

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Bridstow, Herefordshire
St Bridget
Friday, 26 April 1929 in 3h 4 (8–3–19 in A♭)
5040 Plain Bob Major
Composed by J. R. Pritchard
1 Alfred T Poulton
2 Walter T Bennett
3 Thomas Bevan
4 Robert E Summers
5 Edward V Rodenhurst
6 William T Poston
7 John Clark
8 William Poston (C)

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Knighton, Radnorshire
St Edward
Saturday, 27 April 1929 in 2h 46 (9–3–26 in A♭)
5040 Grandsire Triples
Holt's ten-part
1 Geoffrey C Abley
2 Albert E Jones
3 Robert H Jones
4 William J Beniams
5 John F Evans
6 John J Price
7 Francis Evans (C)
8 Richard H Wellings
First peal of Triples - 2,3,5,6.
First peal of Triples as conductor.
Ringer of 4th from Ludlow. All the others are members of the local band.

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Eye, Herefordshire
St Peter and St Paul
Saturday, 11 May 1929 in 2h 40 (8–1–0 in A♭)
5040 Doubles (3m)
(Being two 720’s of Canterbury Pleasure, two 720’s of Plain Bob and three 720's of Grandsire.)
1 Albert E Taylor
2 Thomas C Gwilliam
3 Richard G Cooke
4 Thomas G Cooke
5 Frederick A Jaine (C)
6 George Probert
First peal and first attempt 1. First peal in three methods 2,3 and 6. First peal in three methods on the bells. All, except the conductor, are members of the local band.

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Ludlow, Shropshire
St Laurence
Saturday, 1 June 1929 in 3h 16 (16–2–16 in E)
5040 Grandsire Triples
Composed by Groves Transposition of Parker's Twelve - part
1 William R Nash
2 William Saunders
3 William J Beniams
4 Alfred S Bayley
5 Arthur Pritchard
6 James Heasman
7 Nelson Elliott
8 Oliver Sippetts (C)
First eight bell peal 3.

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Staunton on Arrow, Herefordshire
St Peter
Saturday, 29 June 1929 in 2h 49 (6–1–16 in B♭)
5040 Doubles (4m)
(Being two 720’s of Canterbury Pleasure, and one each o f April Day, Pitman's, Morris’, Plain Hob and Grandsire.)
1 Jabez Preece
2 James P Hyett (C)
3 G James R Price
4 William Evans
5 William Richards
6 Robert G Fletcher
Rung on and in honour of St. Peter’s Day. First peal in four methods on the bells and by all the band.

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Whitney on Wye, Herefordshire
St Peter and St Paul
Sunday, 7 July 1929 in 2h 48 (9 in A♭)
5040 Doubles (2m)
(Being 720 of Canterbury Pleasure, and 4,320 of Grandsire.)
1 David Timbers
2 James P Hyett (C)
3 Reginald Morris
4 Edmund Morris
5 G James R Price
First peal 1. First peal inside 3. First peal in two methods 4.

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Woolhope, Herefordshire
St George
Saturday, 20 July 1929 in 3h 1 (13¼ in F)
5040 Doubles (2m)
(Being 720's of Plain Bob and 18 Spliced 240’s of Grandsire.)
1 William G T Barrett
2 John H Pitt
3 G James R Price
4 Geoffrey W Taysom
5 James P Hyett (C)
6 John Mountford
First peal 2 and 6. Rung on the festival of St. Margaret. The ringers represent six different towers. This was the conductor’s 100th peal of Doubles, and he has now rung more tower bell peals for the Guild than any other member since the Guild’s inception.

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Presteigne, Radnorshire
St Andrew
Saturday, 20 July 1929 in 3h 2 (13–2–21 in F)
5040 Grandsire Triples
Holt's Ten-Part
1 Hubert Jones
2 Albert E Jones
3 William J Beniams
4 John J Price
5 John F Evans
6 William R Nash
7 Francis Evans (C)
8 Arthur C Nason
Ringers of treble, 3rd, 6th and tenor are from Ludlow, 2nd, 4th, 5th, and 7th from Knighton.

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Lyonshall, Herefordshire
St Michael and All Angels
Sunday, 28 July 1929 in 2h 51 (12 in G)
5040 Doubles (3m)
(Being eight 120’s of Plain Bob, twelve Canterbury Pleasure, ten Grandsire, and six 240’s o f Pitman’s arrangement.)
1 William Evans (C)
2 Trevor Jones
3 Henry T Chandler
4 William Richards
5 James P Hyett
First peal in three methods 3. Rung in honour of the King's recovery. J. P. Hyett now holds the record for the above Guild, having rung more peals than any other member.

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Bridstow, Herefordshire
St Bridget
Saturday, 3 August 1929 in 3h (8–3–19 in A♭)
5056 Plain Bob Major
Composed by J. R. Pritchard
1 John J Webb
2 Reginald Poston
3 Robert E Summers
4 Walter A Poston
5 William T Poston
6 Alfred T Poulton
7 Edwin H Foster
8 William Poston (C)
First of Major inside 2. Fiftieth peal 6. First peal of Major 7.

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Glasbury on Wye, Powys
St Peter
Sunday, 4 August 1929 in 2h 50 (11–2–23 in F)
5040 Doubles (4m/v)
720 each of Plain Bob, April Day, and Canterbury Pleasure, and 2880 of Grandsire.
1 Dennis J Sharples
2 William Evans
3 G James R Price
4 James P Hyett (C)
5 Henry T Chandler
6 John Jones
First peal in four methods - 1, 5, 6.

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Whitney on Wye, Herefordshire
St Peter and St Paul
Monday, 5 August 1929 in 2h 40 (9 in A♭)
5040 Grandsire Doubles
(Being 21 Spliced 240’s.)
1 William H G Morgan
2 Reginald Morris
3 James P Hyett (C)
4 Edmund Morris
5 Harry T Chandler
First peal 1. The conductor’s 100th peal of Doubles for the Hereford Guild.

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Clifford, Herefordshire
St Mary the Virgin
Saturday, 10 August 1929 in 2h 51 (12–1–14 in G)
5040 Doubles (2m)
(Being 14 120’s o f Canterbury Pleasure and 14 Spliced 240’s o f Grandsire.)
1 Dennis J Sharples
2 Harry T Chandler
3 G James R Price
4 Edmund Morris
5 James P Hyett (C)
6 James Randle
100th six-bell peal 5. Rung on the back six.

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Kington, Herefordshire
St Mary
Sunday, 11 August 1929 in 2h 55 (11–0–23 in F)
5040 Grandsire Doubles
(Being 21 Spliced 240’s)
1 Joseph Watkins
2 George King
3 Arthur Keen
4 Harry T Chandler
5 James P Hyett (C)
6 Trevor Jones
First peal 1 and 2. Rung for evening service.

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Kimbolton, Herefordshire
St James the Great
Sunday, 25 August 1929 in 2h 40 (9–3–24 in G)
5040 Grandsire Doubles
1 Frederick A Jaine (C)
2 Charles Jaine
3 Thomas G Cooke
4 John F Fox
5 William H Jaine
6 Revd A S Hutchinson
Rung with all the bells plain hunting, in turn, two 720s with the 2nd and 4th, and one each with the treble, 3rd and 5th. This is the first peal of Grandsire rung on this principle for the Guild.

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Leominster, Herefordshire
St Peter and St Paul
Saturday, 31 August 1929 in 2h 46 (22¾ in E♭)
5040 Doubles (7m)
(Being 720 each of St. Dunstan’s, Morning Star, Old Doubles, April Day, Plain Bob, Canterbury Pleasure and Grandsire.)
1 Wilfred E Brooks
2 Thomas C Gwilliam
3 Thomas G Cooke
4 James P Hyett
5 Frederick A Jaine (C)
6 Hedley B Vale
First peal in seven methods 2,3,4 and 6. First peal in seven methods on the bells. Rung on the front six of the peal of ten, and in honour of the wedding of W . H. Jaine and Miss C. Preece, who were married' earlier in the day.

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Clun, Shropshire
St George
Saturday, 14 September 1929 in 3h 1 (13–2–1 in F)
5040 Grandsire Triples
Composed by Holt's Ten-Part
1 Hubert Jones
2 Thomas H Y Smallwood
3 Ernest H Meredith
4 William J Beniams
5 John J Price
6 William R Nash
7 Francis Evans (C)
8 Arthur C Nason
Rung to commemorate the 15th anniversary of the reconstruction and restoration of the tower and bells

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Bridstow, Herefordshire
St Bridget
Saturday, 14 September 1929 in 3h 5 (8–3–19 in A♭)
5056 Plain Bob Major
Composed by J. R. Pritchard
1 Reginald Poston
2 Arthur W Davis
3 Alfred T Poulton
4 William T Poston
5 Walter T Bennett
6 Donald G Clift
7 John Clark
8 William Poston (C)
First peal of Major, and hails from Usk 6. 200th peal 7.

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Church Stretton, Shropshire
St Laurence
Saturday, 21 September 1929 in 2h 50 (11–0–5 in F)
5040 Grandsire Triples
Composed by Holt's Ten-Part
1 Hubert Jones
2 John J Price
3 Thomas H Y Smallwood
4 William J Beniams
5 William R Nash
6 Major W T Boughey
7 Francis Evans (C)
8 Arthur C Nason
First peal of Triples 6.

Hereford Diocesan Guild
King's Caple, Herefordshire
St John the Baptist
Sunday, 22 September 1929 in 2h 55 (12½ in G)
5040 Grandsire Doubles
(Being eight spliced 240’s and 34 ordinary 120’s.)
1 Herbert J Harris
2 Herbert Colcombe
3 Eric G Evans
4 G James R Price
5 James P Hyett (C)
6 John L Vaughan
First peal away from the tenor 1. First peal 3 and 6. Rung for the harvest festival services.

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Bridstow, Herefordshire
St Bridget
Tuesday, 1 October 1929 in 3h 10 (8–3–19 in A♭)
5184 Double Norwich Court Bob Major
Composed by Henry Dains
1 Walter T Bennett
2 William T Poston
3 Mrs Rupert Richardson
4 Charles Edwards
5 Arthur W Davis
6 William Poston
7 Robert E Summers
8 Rupert Richardson (C)
First peal in the method 2,6 and 7. First peal in the method on the bells.

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Wistanstow, Shropshire
Holy Trinity
Saturday, 5 October 1929 in 2h 42 (9–2–18 in G)
5040 Grandsire Triples
Composed by Holt 's Ten -part
1 Hubert Jones
2 Robert H Jones
3 Thomas H Y Smallwood
4 William R Nash
5 William J Beniams
6 John J Price
7 Francis Evans (C)
8 Arthur C Nason
Rung to commemorate the 200th anniversary of the restoration of the bells (recast by Rudhall).

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Ruardean, Gloucestershire
St John the Baptist
Saturday, 19 October 1929 in 3h 10 (14–2–14 in F)
5040 Grandsire Triples
Composed by Rev. E. G. Bensons One-part
1 Leonard Nelmes
2 Bruce P Clew
3 John Austin (C)
4 George Wilkes
5 Ernest T Allaway
6 John W Davis
7 William Bishop
8 Albert E Bishop
First peal 8. First peal on the bells since rehanging.

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Leominster, Herefordshire
St Peter and St Paul
Saturday, 2 November 1929 in 3h 4 (22¾ in E♭)
5040 Grandsire Triples
Composed by Holts Ten-Part
1 Hubert Jones
2 Albert E Jones
3 Robert H Jones
4 William J Beniams
5 John J Price
6 William R Nash
7 Francis Evans (C)
8 Arthur C Nason

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Eye, Herefordshire
St Peter and St Paul
Saturday, 2 November 1929 in 2h 51 (8–1–0 in A♭)
5040 Plain Bob Minor
(Being seven different 720’s.)
1 Wilfred E Brooks
2 John F Fox
3 Richard Cooke
4 Thomas C Gwilliam
5 Thomas G Cooke
6 Frederick A Jaine (C)
First peal of Minor on the bells. First peal of Minor for all except conductor. First peal of Minor as conductor. First peal of Minor rung by a resident band in Leominster district since its formation.

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Norton Canon, Herefordshire
St Nicholas
Sunday, 3 November 1929 in 2h 47 (6–3–16 in B♭)
5040 Doubles (3m)
(Being 720 each of Canterbury Pleasure and Plain Bob, and 3,600 of Grandsire.)
1 Harry Male
2 James P Hyett (C)
3 G James R Price
4 George Breeze
5 James Randle
First peal in three methods 1 and 4. First peal ‘inside’ in three methods 4. Rung for the festival of All Saints and for evensong, the ringers being specially thanked by the Vicar (Rev. E. G. T. Simey).
The peal also commemorates the 25th anniversary of the rehanging of the bells, the 25th anniversary of the conductor's first lesson under the tuition of Mr. W. Short in the above tower, the 25th peal for G. J. R. Price, and the 25tli peal together for the second and third ringers.

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Lugwardine, Herefordshire
St Peter
Saturday, 9 November 1929 in 3h 8 (12–1–20 in F)
5056 Plain Bob Major
Composed by J. R. Pritchard
1 William H Symonds
2 Charles Edwards
3 Allen E Gwynne
4 William H Williams
5 Thomas H Taysom
6 Geoffrey W Taysom
7 Arthur W Davis
8 Walter Taylor (C)

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Ludlow, Shropshire
St Laurence
Saturday, 9 November 1929 in 2h 59 (16–2–16 in E)
5040 Grandsire Triples
Composed by Holt's Ten-Part
1 Hubert Jones
2 Albert E Jones
3 John J Price
4 William J Beniams
5 William R Nash
6 James P Hyett
7 Francis Evans (C)
8 Arthur C Nash
Rung as a compliment to Alderman John Palmer on his re-election as Mayor of Ludlow for the fifth year in succession. Also as a welcome home to the Rector, who has just recovered from an illness.

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Eye, Herefordshire
St Peter and St Paul
Thursday, 14 November 1929 in 2h 52 (8–1–0 in A♭)
5040 Doubles (3m)
(Being 1,200 Canterbury Pleasure, 1,200 Plain Bob, and 2,640 Grandsire.)
1 George Williams
2 Walter Adams
3 Thomas G Cooke (C)
4 Richard Cooke
5 Thomas C Gwilliam
6 Frank Everitt
First peal 1 and 2. First peal as conductor. First peal on the bells by a purely local band.

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Marden, Herefordshire
St Mary the Virgin
Sunday, 17 November 1929 in 2h 54 (12–1–6 in F♯)
5040 Grandsire Doubles
(Being 42 six-scores, 18 callings.)
1 Charles Leith
2 William G T Barrett
3 Reginald Morris
4 James P Hyett
5 G James R Price (C)
6 William E Kinsey
First peal. Rung as a compliment to the Vicar for his kindness in always placing the bells at the ringers’ disposal. Also rung on the birthday of, and as a compliment to, the tenor man.

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Bridstow, Herefordshire
St Bridget
Saturday, 23 November 1929 in 3h 6 (8–3–19 in A♭)
5040 Stedman Triples
Composed by Thurstans Four Part
1 Rees Evans
2 William T Poston
3 Alfred T Poulton
4 Robert E Summers
5 Henry E Cox
6 Edwin H Foster
7 William Poston (C)
8 Robert Summers
First peal of Stedman by all the band, and the first on the bells. Rung at the 9th attempt.

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Knighton, Radnorshire
St Edward
Saturday, 7 December 1929 in 2h 46 (9–3–26 in A♭)
5040 Grandsire Triples
Holt's ten-part
1 Hubert Jones
2 William Saunders
3 William R Nash
4 William J Beniams
5 John J Price
6 Edward V Rodenhurst
7 Francis Evans (C)
8 Arthur C Nash

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Bredwardine, Herefordshire
St Andrew
Saturday, 28 December 1929 in 2h 52 (9–2–1 in B♭)
5040 Grandsire Doubles
(Being thirty-two 120’s and five 240’s of Morris’ arrangement.)
1 Dennis J Sharples
2 James P Hyett (C)
3 Edgar R Jones
4 George Breeze
5 Joseph T Morris
6 Charles R Smith
First peal ‘inside.’ 5. First peal 6. Rung in honour of the Christmas festival.