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Hereford Diocesan Guild
Ludlow, Shropshire
8 New Road
Sunday, 2 February 1930 in 2h
5040 Grandsire Doubles
1 John J Price
2 Hubert Jones
3–4 William J Beniams (C)
5–6 Arthur C Nason
Witness; R. Hughes.
First peal on handbells 1 an 2. First peal ‘double handed.’ 3-4.
Note. Rung on Handbells.

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Almeley, Herefordshire
St Mary
Sunday, 9 February 1930 in 2h 58 (11–0–27 in G)
5040 Grandsire Doubles
(Being 20 six-scores, and five 240’s of Morris’ and six of Pitman’s)
1 Owen Davies
2 Eric R Webb
3 James Randle
4 Barnsley W Cadman
5 G James R Price
  James P Hyett (C)
First peal inside 2. Rung half-muffled as a last token of respect to the late Harry Male, a member of the local band for nearly 40 years. First half-muffled peal on the bells.
Ringing World page reference: 987.0117

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Norton Canon, Herefordshire
St Nicholas
Sunday, 23 February 1930 in 2h 45 (6–3–16 in B♭)
5040 Doubles (3m)
1 Henry J Peake
2 William Richards
3 James P Hyett (C)
4 George Breeze
5 G James R Price
First peal in three methods 1, and elected a member before starting. Rung half-muffled, by request, to the memory of the late Dennis Derham-Marahall.

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Ludlow, Shropshire
8 New Road
Thursday, 27 February 1930 in 1h 58
5040 Grandsire Doubles
(Being 42 six-scores with ten different callings)
1 Richard Baldwin
2 Hubert Jones
3–4 W J Beniams (C)
5–6 Arthur C Nason
First peal, and rung at first attempt 1.
Note. Rung on handbells.

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Kimbolton, Herefordshire
St James the Great
Saturday, 1 March 1930 in 2h 52 (9–3–24 in G)
5040 Plain Bob Minor
( Seven extents, called differently)
1 William E Jaine
2 John Green
3 Charles Jaine
4 Wilfred E Brookes
5 William H Jaine
6 Frederick A Jaine (C)
First peal (age 14): 1. First peal of Minor: 2. 3, 5. First peal of Minor ‘inside’: 4. First peal of Minor on the bells. ‘Circled the tower’ as conductor.
First peal for the Guild in which three generations have taken part.
Rung half-muffled by the Sunday Service ringers as a token of respect to the late Mrs Treasure.

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Ludlow, Shropshire
St Laurence
Saturday, 8 March 1930 in 3h 16 (16–2–16 in E)
5040 Grandsire Triples
Composed by Holt's Ten-Part
1 Hubert Jones
2 Allen E Gwynne
3 William R Nash
4 William J Beniams
5 Geoffrey W Taysom
6 Charles Edwards
7 Francis Evans (C)
8 Arthur W Davis
Rung with bells half-muffled as a last token of respect to the Rev. A. F. LI. Kenyon, late Rector of the above church.

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Ludlow, Shropshire
8 New Road
Thursday, 13 March 1930 in 1h 57
5040 Grandsire Doubles
(Being 42 six-score with ten different callings.)
1 Richard Baldwin
2 Arthur C Nason
3–4 William J Beniams (C)
5–6 Hubert Jones
Witness: Mr. R. J. Hughes.
First peal ‘double-handed' 5-6.
Note. Rung on handbells.

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Ludlow, Shropshire
8 New Road
Friday, 18 April 1930 in 1h 57
5040 Grandsire Doubles
(Being 42 six-scores with ten different callings.)
1 Richard Baldwin
2 Hubert Jones
3–4 William J Beniams (C)
5–6 Arthur C Nason
Witness: L. E. A. Davies.
Note. Rung on handbells.

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Ludlow, Shropshire
8 New Road
Friday, 18 April 1930 in 1h 59
5040 Grandsire Doubles
(Being 42 six-scores with ten different callings.)
1 Leonard E A Davies
2 Hubert Jones
3–4 William J Beniams (C)
5–6 Arthur C Nason
Witness: R. Baldwin
First peal 1.
Note. Rung on hanbells.

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Whitney on Wye, Herefordshire
St Peter and St Paul
Sunday, 20 April 1930 in 2h 44 (9 in A♭)
5040 Grandsire Doubles
(Being eleven 240’s of Pitman's, five of Morris’ and five of Grandsire)
1 Edmund Morris
2 Dennis Sharples
3 Reginald Morris
4 James P Hyett (C)
5 G James R Price
First peal ‘inside’ 2. The conductor has now called a peal from each bell in the tower. Rung in honour of Easter Day.

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Ludlow, Shropshire
8 New Road
Sunday, 20 April 1930 in 2h 3
5040 Grandsire Doubles
(Being 42 six-scores with ten different callings.)
1 Arthur C Nason
2 John J Price
3–4 William J Beniams (C)
5–6 Hubert Jones
Witness: L. E. A. Davies.
Note. Rung on handbells.

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Ludlow, Shropshire
8 New Road
Monday, 21 April 1930 in 1h 56
5040 Grandsire Doubles
(Being 42 six-scores with ten different callings.)
1 Hubert Jones
2 John J Price
3–4 William J Beniams (C)
5–6 Arthur C Nason

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Holmer, Herefordshire
St Bartholomew
Thursday, 1 May 1930 in 2h 50 (10–1–12 in G)
5040 Plain Bob Minor
Seven extents, called differently
1 George Soley
2 Frank E Downes
3 Walter S Evans
4 William J Downes
5 William Duggan
6 Walter Taylor (C)

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Bridstow, Herefordshire
St Bridget
Saturday, 3 May 1930 in 3h 10 (8–3–19 in A♭)
5056 Plain Bob Major
Composed by J. R. Pritchard
1 George Hawkins
2 Donald G Clift
3 John Clark
4 George Popnell
5 Arthur Hawkins
6 Henry E Cox
7 William T Poston
8 William Poston (C)
First peal of Major 1 and 5.

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Stokesay, Shropshire
St John the Baptist
Wednesday, 28 May 1930 in 2h 43 (9 in A♭)
5040 Grandsire Doubles
(Forty-two six-scores, ten different callings.)
1 Percival R Nash
2 Hubert Jones
3 William F Rickards
4 Forrest T Massey
5 William R Nash (C)
6 William Habberley
First peal 3. First inside 5. Rung on the eve of the Ascension.

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Marden, Herefordshire
St Mary the Virgin
Sunday, 1 June 1930 in 2h 58 (12–1–6 in F♯)
5040 Grandsire Doubles
(Being twelve 240’s of Pitman’s, and nine 240's of Morris’.)
1 Charles Leeth
2 William G T Barrett
3 Herbert Colcombe
4 Francis J Williams
5 James P Hyett (C)
6 John H Mountford
Rung as a birthday compliment to W. G. T. Barrett.

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Hereford, Herefordshire
St Nicholas
Saturday, 7 June 1930 in 2h 46 (9–3–26 in G)
5040 Grandsire Doubles
1 H W Rogers
2 R Treherne
3 N W Preece
4 C J Jones
5 Revd H S T Richardson (C)
6 T Wilks
Conducted by the Rev. H. S. T. Richardson, Rector of the parish. Believed to be the first peal recorded on the bells.

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Bromfield, Shropshire
St Mary the Virgin
Saturday, 7 June 1930 in 2h 44 (8–2–19 in G♯)
5040 Grandsire Doubles
(Being 42 six-scores in ten different callings.)
1 Hubert Jones
2 Robert H Jones
3 William J Beniams (C)
4 Thomas H T Smallwood
5 Albert E Jones
6 Arthur C Nason
First peal of Doubles 2. Ringers of 2nd, 4th and 5th hail from Knighton, treble, 3rd and tenor from Ludlow. Rung as a birthday compliment to Mr. J. J. Price, of Knighton.

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Glasbury on Wye, Powys
St Peter
Saturday, 14 June 1930 in 3h 10 (11–2–23 in F)
5040 Grandsire Triples
Composed by Holt's Ten-Part
1 Hubert Jones
2 William R Nash
3 John J Price
4 William J Beniams
5 James P Hyett
6 Frederick Smith
7 Francis Evans (C)
8 G James R Price
First peal of Triples - 8. Frederick Smith was proposed a member of the Hereford Guild before starting. Rung as a compliment to John J Price for his 21st birthday

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Peterchurch, Herefordshire
St Peter
Sunday, 6 July 1930 in 2h 55 (9–3–1 in G)
5040 Grandsire Doubles
(Being 42 six-scores, ten callings.)
1 Joseph T Pearce
2 Dennis J Sharples
3 William Dufty
4 James P Hyett
5 G James R Price (C)
6 Arthur J B Embrey
First peal 1 and 6. Rung for evening service.

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Clifford, Herefordshire
St Mary the Virgin
Saturday, 12 July 1930 in 3h 8 (12–1–14 in G)
5040 Grandsire Triples
Composed by Holt's Ten-Part
1 G James R Price
2 William J Beniams
3 James P Hyett
4 Frederick Smith
5 John J Price
6 William R Nash
7 Francis Evans (C)
8 Hubert Jones
First peal of Triples away from tenor 1. Mr. J. P. Hyett’s 150th peal.

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Wigmore, Herefordshire
St James the Apostle
Saturday, 26 July 1930 in 2h 52 (8½ in A)
5040 Plain Bob Minor
(Seven different extents.)
1 Wilfred T Gough
2 William J Beniams
3 Albert E Jones
4 John J Price
5 William R Nash
6 Francis Evans (C)
First peal of Minor 5. Rung as a farewell peal to the Rev. E. Irving Watson, Vicar of the above church.

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Ruardean, Gloucestershire
St John the Baptist
Saturday, 2 August 1930 in 3h 6 (14–2–14 in F)
5040 Grandsire Triples
Composed by Groves Transposition of Parker's Twelve - part
1 William Beard
2 Joseph Williams
3 Bruce P Chew
4 George Wilks
5 Alfred T Poulton
6 William Bishop
7 William Poston (C)
8 Howard Meek
Rung for the anniversary of the restoration and rededication of the bells, and as an expression of gratitude to the members of the Horlick family for kindly defraying the outstanding cost of the work.

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Ludlow, Shropshire
16 Dinham
Wednesday, 13 August 1930 in 2h 10
5040 Grandsire Doubles
(Being 42 six-scores, ten different callings.)
1–2 John G Nash
3–4 William R Nash (C)
5–6 Percival R Nash
Witness: William Davies.
First peal 'in hand' 1-2 and believed to be the first ‘family’ handbell peal for the Guild.

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Lyonshall, Herefordshire
St Michael and All Angels
Saturday, 23 August 1930 in 2h 46 (12 in G)
5040 Plain Bob Minor
(Seven different extents)
1 John J Price
2 Trevor Jones
3 William Evans
4 William J Beniams
5 Harry T Chandler
6 Francis Evans (C)
First peal of Minor 2 and 5. First peal of Minor on the bells

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Kimbolton, Herefordshire
St James the Great
Sunday, 24 August 1930 in 2h 48 (9–3–24 in G)
5040 Doubles (9m)
(Being 240 of New Year's Eve, 600 each of St. Dunstan’s, Morning Star, Old Doubles, April Day, Original, Canterbury Pleasure, Plain Bob, and Grandsire.)
1 William E Jaine
2 Frederick A Jaine (C)
3 John Green
4 Wilfred E Brooks
5 Thomas G Cooke
6 Revd A S Hutchison
First peal of Doubles with a bob bell 4. Arranged for the Rev. A. S. Hutchinson, who is on holiday at Kimbolton. First peal in nine methods on the bells and by all the band.

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Bridstow, Herefordshire
St Bridget
Saturday, 13 September 1930 in 3h 4 (8–3–19 in A♭)
5040 Grandsire Triples
Composed by Groves Transposition of Parker's Twelve - part
1 Robert E Summers
2 Reginald Poston
3 Alfred T Poulton
4 William T Poston
5 Donald G Clift
6 John J Webb
7 William Poston (C)
8 Frank Townsend
First peal 8. Rung on the 6th anniversary of the dedication of this peal of eight bells. R. E. Summers has now 'completed the circle’ in this tower.

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Bodenham, Herefordshire
St Michael and All Angels
Sunday, 5 October 1930 in 2h 45 (12–1–20 in G)
5040 Grandsire Doubles
(Being 42 six-scores, ten callings.)
1 Thomas Rushton
2 Edward C Rushton
3 John D Worsey (C)
4 A Roland Billings
5 James P Hyett
6 Allen Jones
First peal 1 and 2. First peal as conductor. Rung in honour of the patron saint, for evening service.

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Llangarron, Herefordshire
St Deinst
Thursday, 9 October 1930 in 2h 38 (9–3–26 in G)
5040 Grandsire Doubles
(Being 42 six-scores, ten different callings.)
1 Henry Weale
2 Cornelius J Partridge
3 Frank Voyce
4 John J Webb
5 William Poston (C)
6 Alfred T Poulton
Arranged for C. J. Partridge, of Sutton-in-Ashfield, Notts, on the bells of his native village.

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Ledbury, Herefordshire
St Michael and All Angels
Saturday, 18 October 1930 in 3h 16 (19–3–6 in E♭)
5040 Grandsire Triples
Composed by Parker's Twelve-Part
1 Herbert Colcombe
2 Charles Edwards (C)
3 William E Williams
4 Geoffrey W Taysom
5 Denzel Davies
6 Thomas Davies
7 Albert E Hurcombe
8 Henry J Taylor

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Upton Bishop, Herefordshire
St John the Baptist
Saturday, 25 October 1930 in 2h 43 (10 in G)
5040 Grandsire Doubles
(Being 42 six-scores, ten different callings.)
1 Alfred Norman
2 John J Webb
3 Frank Phillips
4 Henry E Cox
5 William Poston (C)
6 Thomas Lewis
First peal 1 and 3. The ringers of the treble, 3rd, and tenor belong to the local band. The first peal on the bells in which a local man has taken part for 25 years.

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Bridstow, Herefordshire
St Bridget
Wednesday, 5 November 1930 in 3h 3 (8–3–19 in A♭)
5040 Grandsire Triples
Composed by Taylor's Six-part
1 Reginald Poston
2 Robert E Summers
3 John J Webb
4 Alfred T Poulton
5 Edwin H Foster
6 William T Poston (C)
7 William Poston
8 Arthur Llewellyn
First peal as conductor.

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Burghill, Herefordshire
St Mary the Virgin
Saturday, 8 November 1930 in 3h 3 (10–0–20 in G)
5040 Grandsire Triples
Composed by Parker's Twelve-Part
1 Thomas H Beeks
2 Frank Downes
3 William E Williams
4 Charles Edwards (C)
5 William H Symonds
6 Albert E Hurcombe
7 Henry J Taylor
8 Herbert Colcombe
First peal 1. First peal of Triples 2.

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Much Marcle, Herefordshire
St Bartholomew
Tuesday, 11 November 1930 in 2h 50 (12–1–14 in F)
5040 Grandsire Doubles
Ten different callings.
1 Charles Cox
2 Alfred T Poulton
3 Cecil Cox
4 John J Webb
5 Ernest Cox (C)
6 Harry E Cox
First peal as conductor. Rung on the anniversary of Armistice Day.

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Kimbolton, Herefordshire
St James the Great
Tuesday, 11 November 1930 in 2h 48 (9–3–24 in G)
5040 Doubles (7m)
(Being 720 each of Original, St. Dunstan’s, Old Doubles, Morning Star, Canterbury Pleasure, Plain Bob, and Grandsire.)
1 William E Jaine
2 John F Fox
3 Frederick A Jaine (C)
4 Wilfred E Brookes
5 Thomas G Cooke
6 William H Jaine
Rung with the bells half-muffled to the memory of the men of the parish who lost their lives in the war, 1914-1918. Also as a memorial peal to the late Mrs. F. Jaine, of Kimbolton, wife of a former con­ductor in the tower. The conductor of this peal and the ringer of tenor are sons, and the ringer of treble a grandson of Mrs. Jaine, who was interred at Kimbolton the previous Saturday.

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Wistanstow, Shropshire
Holy Trinity
Saturday, 15 November 1930 in 2h 50 (9–2–18 in G)
5040 Grandsire Triples
Composed by Holt's Ten-Part
1 Hubert Jones
2 Robert H Jones
3 Albert E Jones
4 John J Price
5 William J Beniams
6 Forrest T Massey
7 Francis Evans (C)
8 Arthur C Nason
First peal of Triples 6. Rung as a birthday compliment to Hubert Jones and Robert H. Jones.

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Weston under Penyard, Herefordshire
St Lawrence
Saturday, 15 November 1930 in 2h 47 (10–0–24 in G)
5040 Plain Bob Minor
(Seven different 720’s.)
1 John J Webb
2 Henry E Cox
3 William T Poston
4 Frank Voyce
5 Alfred T Poulton
6 William Poston (C)
First peal of Minor 1.

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Almeley, Herefordshire
St Mary
Sunday, 16 November 1930 in 2h 46 (11–0–27 in G)
5040 Grandsire Doubles
(Being 22 six-scores, five 240’s of Pitman's and five 240's of Morris’, twenty callings.)
1 Owen Davies
2 James P Hyett (C)
3 Eric R Webb
4 Edmund Morris
5 James Randle
6 Charles Webb
Rung as a thank offering to the donors of the treble bell, which was given as a memorial to - the late Mrs. C. T. Hunt, an hon. member of the Guild.

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Burwarton, Shropshire
St Laurence
Saturday, 22 November 1930 in 2h 40 (12–0–4)
5040 Grandsire Doubles
(Being 42 six-scores with ten different callings.)
1 Arthur C Nason
2 James J Price
3 Wm J Beniams (C)
4 Hubert Jones
5 Forrest T Massey
6 Richard Baldwin
First peal on tower bells 6.

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Tenbury Wells, Worcestershire
St Mary
Saturday, 6 December 1930 in 2h 42 (10–0–11 in G♯)
5040 Grandsire Doubles
(Being 42 six-scores with ten different callings.)
1 Arthur C Nason
2 Hubert Jones
3 Wm J Beniams (C)
4 Forrest T Massey
5 George Randle
6 E Richard Baldwin

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Stoke Prior, Herefordshire
St Luke
Saturday, 6 December 1930 in 2h 38 (6–3–13 in B♭)
5040 Doubles (12m)
(Being 240 each of Chase, Christmas Eve, Stedman Slow Course, and 480 each of New Year’s Eve, St. Dunstan’s, Morning Star, Old Doubles, Original, April Day, Plain Bob, Canterbury Pleasure and Grandsire.)
1 William H Jaine
2 Thomas G Cooke
3 John F Fox
4 Wilfred E Brooks
5 Frederick A Jaine (C)
First peal in twelve methods by all the band, and on the bells.

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Ross on Wye, Herefordshire
St Mary the Virgin
Saturday, 6 December 1930 in 3h 4 (20–1–4 in E♭)
5040 Grandsire Triples
Composed by Taylor's Six-part
1 John Clark
2 Ernest Cox
3 Rees Evans
4 Edwin H Foster
5 William Poston
6 William T Poston (C)
7 Alfred T Poulton
8 John J Webb
Mr. A. T. Poulton has now completed the circuit in this tower.

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Kimbolton, Herefordshire
St James the Great
Friday, 12 December 1930 in 2h 40 (9–3–24 in G)
5040 Doubles (7m)
(Being 720 each of St. Dunstan’s, Old Doubles, Morning Star, April Day, Plain Bob, Canterbury Pleasure, and Grandsire.)
1 John Robinson
2 William H Jaine
3 Thomas G Cooke
4 Frederick A Jaine (C)
5 Wilfred E Brooks
6 William Adams
First peal 1 and 6.

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Moreton on Lugg, Herefordshire
St Andrew
Saturday, 13 December 1930 in 2h 51 (7–1–7 in B)
5040 Grandsire Doubles
(Being 20 six-scores, six 240's of Pitman’s and five of Morris’)
1 Thomas C Davies
2 James P Hyett (C)
3 Ivor J Rawlings
4 John Bourne
5 George R Hanks
6 Sidney Baker
First peal 1. With the exception of the treble and third, the ropes fall within four inches of the wall, making it anything but an ideal ringing chamber.

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Eardisland, Herefordshire
St Mary the Virgin
Saturday, 20 December 1930 in 2h 55 (12–2–26 in G)
5040 Grandsire Doubles
(Ten different callings)
1 John Powell
2 Thomas E Stead
3 Chris Law
4 Leslie Evans
5 Frederick A Jaine (C)
6 Thomas G Cooke
First peal 4. Ringers of treble, second and fourth are local men, third from Kingsland, and fifth and tenor from Kimbolton.

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Norton Canon, Herefordshire
St Nicholas
Friday, 26 December 1930 in 2h 45 (6–3–16 in B♭)
5040 Grandsire Doubles
(Twelve Pitman’s 240s, nine Morris’s 240s)
1 James Watkins
2 James T Randle
3 Eric R Webb
4 James P Hyett (C)
5 George Breeze
First peal 1.

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Kimbolton, Herefordshire
St James the Great
Wednesday, 31 December 1930 in 2h 36 (9–3–24 in G)
5040 Doubles (14m)
(Being 360 each of St. Simon's, Stedman Slow Course, Tulip, Chase, Christmas Eve, New Year’s Eve, Morning Star, Old Doubles, Original, St. Dunstan's, April Day, Plain Bob, Canterbury Pleasure, and Grandsire.)
1 William E Jaine
2 Thomas G Cooke
3 John F Fox
4 Frederick A Jaine (C)
5 Wilfred E Brooks
6 William Adams
First peal in 14 methods by all the band and on the bells.