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Hereford Diocesan Guild
Bredwardine, Herefordshire
St Andrew
Saturday, 7 January 1939 in 2h 51 (9–2–1 in B♭)
5040 Grandsire Doubles
Being 20 six-scores, six 240's of Morris'and five of Pitman's arrangements
1 Joseph T Morris
2 James P Hyett (C)
3 Leslie Evans
4 James T Randle
5 Arthur Inseal
6 Frank Thomas
Ringing World page reference: 1452.0038

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Norton Canon, Herefordshire
St Nicholas
Saturday, 21 January 1939 in 2h 37 (6–3–16 in B♭)
5040 Doubles (4m)
4m Being 700 each of Morning Star, Plain Bob and Canterbury Pleasure, and,2880 of Grandsire (Morris', Lindoff's and Pitman's arrangements).
1 Thomas R Payne
2 James P Hyett (C)
3 William J Preece
4 G James R Price
5 Leslie Evans
First peal in four methods on the bells. 150th peal as conductor.
Birthday compliment to the conductor. (17/1/1872)
Ringing World page reference: 1454.0069

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Clifford, Herefordshire
St Mary the Virgin
Sunday, 22 January 1939 in 2h 42 (12–1–14 in G)
5040 Doubles (2m)
(Being six 120’s of Canterbury Pleasure and 36 of Grandsire, 14 callings.)
1 Bernard H Davies
2 David H Bennett (C)
3 James P Hyett
4 Frederick J Watkins
5 Albert E Jones
6 Richard J Gwatkin
Ringing World page reference: 1455.0084

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Clifford, Herefordshire
St Mary the Virgin
Tuesday, 31 January 1939 in 2h 50 (12–1–14 in G)
5040 Doubles (7m)
Being 720 each of Morning Star, Clifford, Percy's Pleasure, Canterbury Pleasure, Reverse Canterbury, London Doubles and Grandsire.
1 Edward J Hill
2 Frederick J Watkins
3 Albert E Jones
4 David H Bennett
5 James P Hyett (C)
6 Richard J Gwatkin
First peal in seven methods 1,2,3 and 6. Rung as a farewell to R. J. Gwatkin.
Ringing World page reference: 1455.0085

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Sutton St Nicholas, Herefordshire
St Nicholas
Thursday, 2 February 1939 in 2h 47 (7 in A♭)
5040 Grandsire Doubles
(Being 42 six-scores, 10 callings.)
1 Leonard Attwood
2 Ernest Williams
3 George T Cousins
4 Austin T Wingate (C)
5 Ernest F Salmons
6 William E Hinsey
First peal 1.
Ringing World page reference: 1455.0085

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Leominster, Herefordshire
St Peter and St Paul
Saturday, 11 February 1939 in 3h 13 (22¾ in E♭)
5040 Grandsire Triples
Composed by Parker's Twelve -part (7th observation)
1 Thomas R Payne
2 John Bourne
3 William H Symonds
4 Richard J Rawlings
5 George R Hanks
6 Leslie Evans
7 Ernest F Salmons (C)
8 Ernest Williams
First peal on eight bells 1 and 8.
Ringing World page reference: 1456.0104

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Pembridge, Herefordshire
St Mary the Virgin
Saturday, 11 March 1939 in 2h 47 (16 in F♯)
5040 Doubles (3m)
Being four 120's of Plain Bob, eight of Canterbury Pleasure, ten 240's of Pitman's and five of Morris' arrangements of Grandsire.
1 Graham Evans
2 William J Preece
3 James P Hyett (C)
4 A Brian Elsmore
5 Leslie Evans
First peal in three methods - 1.
Ringing World page reference: 1460.0169

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Aymestrey, Herefordshire
St John the Baptist and St Alkmund
Sunday, 12 March 1939 in 2h 50 (10 in A♭)
5040 Doubles (5m)
Being 4 120's each of London, Plain Bob, Canterbury Pleasure and Reverse Canterbury, three 240's of Pitman's and five each of Lindoff's and Morris' arrangement of Grandsire.
1 Graham Evans
2 A Bryan Elsmore
3 Leslie Evans
4 William J Preece
5 James P Hyett (C)
6 Thomas R Payne
First peal in five methods 1,2 and 6. Also the first in five methods on the
bells. This peal was Mr. J. P. Hyett's
150th as conductor for the Hereford Guild.
Ringing World page reference: 1460.0169

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Lyonshall, Herefordshire
St Michael and All Angels
Sunday, 9 April 1939 in 2h 55 (12 in G)
5040 Doubles (3m)
(Consisting of two six-scores of Reverse Canterbury, 10 of Bob Doubles, and 26 six-scores and two 240’s of Morris’ arrangement of Grandsire.)
1 F Read R M
2 Leslie Evans
3 W Preece
4 J Butler
5 T Jones (C)
6 T Beaver
First peal 1. t First peal in three methods 4. First peal in three methods as conductor. Rung for the Easter festival.
Ringing World page reference: 1464.0232

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Hereford, Herefordshire
All Saints
Monday, 10 April 1939 in 3h 12 (17–2–19 in E)
5056 Plain Bob Major
Composed by J. R. Pritchard
1 William H Symonds
2 George T Cousins
3 Austin T Wingate
4 William T Poston
5 Alfred T Poulton
6 John J Webb
7 William Poston
8 Ernest F Salmons (C)
Especially arranged and rung in honour of the Easter festival.
Ringing World page reference: 1465.0248

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Holme Lacy, Herefordshire
St Cuthbert
Saturday, 15 April 1939 in 3h 4 (18 in E)
5040 Grandsire Triples
Composed by Parker 's Twelve - part (7th observation )
1 William H Symonds
2 Wilfred F Moreton
3 William Howells
4 John D Worsey
5 Austin T Wingate
6 George T Cousins
7 Ernest F Salmons (C)
8 Ernest Williams
First peal 2. First peal of Grandsire Triples 'inside’ 3.
Ringing World page reference: 1466.0262

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Clifford, Herefordshire
St Mary the Virgin
Sunday, 30 April 1939 in 2h 46 (12–1–14 in G)
5040 Doubles (3m)
(Being five 120’s each of Canterbury Pleasure and London Doubles, five 240’s of Pitman’s, five of Lindoff's, and six of Morris’ arrangement of Grandsire.)
1 Horace D Wright
2 James P Hyett
3 Tracey H Young
4 Frederick J Watkins
5 Albert E Jones (C)
6 Arthur Inseal
First, peal away from the tenor 1. First peal in three methods 3.
Ringing World page reference: 1469.0313

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Madley, Herefordshire
Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary
Saturday, 6 May 1939 in 3h 4 (15–2–24 in F)
5040 Plain Bob Minor
(Being seven 720’s each called differently)
1 Ernest Williams
2 William Howells
3 William H Symonds
4 Tracey H Young
5 George T Cousins
6 Ernest F Salmons (C)
First peal of Minor 'inside'. 2. First peal of Minor 4.
Ringing World page reference: 1469.0314

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Bredwardine, Herefordshire
St Andrew
Saturday, 13 May 1939 in 2h 55 (9–2–1 in B♭)
5040 Doubles (7m)
(Being 720 each of Morning Star, Canterbury Pleasure, Reverse Canterbury, Clifford Pleasure, Percy’s Pleasure, London Doubles and Grandsire.)
1 Joseph T Morris
2 Leslie Evans
3 G James R Price
4 Albert E Jones
5 James P Hyett (C)
6 Arthur Inseal
First peal in seven methods 1, 2, and 6.
Ringing World page reference: 1469.0314

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Abbey Dore, Herefordshire
St Mary
Saturday, 13 May 1939 in 2h 54 (8–0–21 in G)
5040 Plain Bob Minor
(Being seven 720's each called differently.)
1 Arthur H Oakley
2 William H Symonds
3 Tracey H Young
4 A James Young
5 George T Cousins
6 Ernest F Salmons (C)
First peal of Minor 1 and 4.
Ringing World page reference: 1470.0333

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Aymestrey, Herefordshire
St John the Baptist and St Alkmund
Sunday, 14 May 1939 in 2h 47 (10 in A♭)
5040 Minor (2m)
(Being one 720 of Plain Bob and six 720’s of Grandsire.)
1 Arthur A Priday
2 Leslie Evans
3 William J Preece (C)
4 Thomas R Payne
5 A Bryan Ellsmore
6 A James Owen
First peal 1 and 6. First peal as conductor in two methods.
Ringing World page reference: 1470.0334

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Kingstone, Herefordshire
St Michael and All Angels
Saturday, 20 May 1939 in 2h 48 (12–0–22 in G)
5040 Grandsire Doubles
(Being 42 six-scores, 10 callings.)
1 A Colcombe
2 T H Young (C)
3 A Oakley
4 A J Young
5 Ernest F Salmons
6 H D Wright
First peal of Doubles 'inside' 4. First peal as conductor.
Ringing World page reference: 1471.0349

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Clifford, Herefordshire
St Mary the Virgin
Saturday, 27 May 1939 in 3h 6 (12–1–14 in G)
5040 Grandsire Triples
Composed by Parker's Twelve - p a r t (7th observation)
1 William H Symonds
2 James P Hyett
3 George T Cousins
4 Wilfred F Moreton
5 Austin T Wingate
6 Leslie Evans
7 Ernest F Salmons (C)
8 Ernest H Williams
Ringing World page reference: 1471.0348

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Old Radnor, Radnorshire
St Stephen
Saturday, 10 June 1939 in 2h 50 (16 in E)
5040 Grandsire Doubles
Consisting of one 240 of Morris' and two 240’s of Pitman’s arrangements and 36 six-scores.
1 Walter Evans
2 Trevor Jones (C)
3 Bryan Ellsmore
4 Leslie Evans
5 Ernest Williams
6 Ernest Salmons
Ringing World page reference: 1474.0397

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Moreton on Lugg, Herefordshire
St Andrew
Saturday, 10 June 1939 in 2h 48 (7–1–7 in B)
5040 Grandsire Doubles
(Being 42 six-scores, 10 callings.)
1 Norman J Parry
2 Harry Johnson
3 Tracey H Young
4 A James Young
5 George T Cousins (C)
6 George H Brown
First peal and first attempt 1. First peal as conductor.
Ringing World page reference: 1474.0397

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Tyberton, Herefordshire
St Mary
Sunday, 18 June 1939 in 2h 38 (6½ in B)
5040 Grandsire Doubles
(Being 42 six-scores, 10 callings.)
1 Horace D Wright
2 Tracey H Young (C)
3 A James Young
4 Arthur H Oakley
5 Allan Calcombe
Ringing World page reference: 1475.0413

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Eaton Bishop, Herefordshire
St Michael and All Angels
Saturday, 24 June 1939 in 2h 53 (11–3–4 in F♯)
5040 Grandsire Doubles
(Being 42 six-scores, with 10 callings)
1 Norman J Perry
2 Tracey H Young (C)
3 A James Young
4 Harry Johnson
5 Allan Calcombe
6 Horace D Wright
Ringing World page reference: 1476.0429

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Stokesay, Shropshire
St John the Baptist
Sunday, 25 June 1939 in 2h 46 (9 in A♭)
5040 Grandsire Doubles
(Being 42 six-scores, with 10 callings.)
1 Leonard E A Davies
2 James Hughes
3 George Randle
4 Hubert Jones
5 Arthur C Mason
6 George Allen
Rung as a welcome to the Rev. and Mrs. S. N. H. Frost.
Conducted by Wm.J. Beniams.
Ringing World page reference: 1477.0444

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Glasbury on Wye, Powys
St Peter
Sunday, 2 July 1939 in 2h 55 (11–2–23 in F)
5040 Doubles (4m)
Being 720 each of Clifford Pleasure, Percy’s Pleasure, Reverse Canterbury and 720 each of Lindoff's and Morris' and two 720’s of Pitman's arrangements of Grandsire.
1 Thomas Vaughan
2 David H Bennett
3 Albert E Jones
4 Frederick J Watkins
5 James P Hyett (C)
6 Albert F Ralphs
First peal - 6. Rung for the patronal festival service, also in honour of the installation of the Vicar (the Rev. R. W. Lockyer) as Canon of Brecon Cathedral.
Ringing World page reference: 1477.0444

Hereford Diocesan Guild
New Radnor, Radnorshire
St Mary
Saturday, 8 July 1939 in 2h 45 (7–2–18 in B♭)
5040 Plain Bob Minor
Seven 720’s called differently.
1 Ernest Williams
2 James P Hyett
3 Leslie Evans
4 Trevor Jones
5 John F Butler
6 Ernest F Salmons (C)
First peal of Minor - 5.
First peal of Minor on the bells.
A birthday compliment to Mr. E. F. Salmons.
Ringing World page reference: 1478.0461

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Ewyas Harold, Herefordshire
St Michael and All Angels
Saturday, 15 July 1939 in 2h 43 (6–2–12 in A)
5040 Grandsire Doubles
(Forty-two six-scores, ten callings.)
1 W Henry Young
2 Tracey H Young (C)
3 Harry Johnson
4 Fred W Oakley
5 A James Young
6 Horace D Wright
First peal 1 and 4.
Ringing World page reference: 1478.0461

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Burghill, Herefordshire
St Mary the Virgin
Saturday, 22 July 1939 in 3h 52 (10–0–20 in G)
5040 Grandsire Triples
Composed by Parker's Twelve - part (7th observation)
1 Wilfred F Moreton (C)
2 William H Symonds
3 George T Cousins
4 John D Worsey
5 Austin T Wingate
6 Revd E Geoffrey Benson
7 Ernest F Salmons
8 Ernest H Williams
First peal as conductor. Quarterly peal for the Hereford District.
Ringing World page reference: 1479.0476

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Lugwardine, Herefordshire
St Peter
Saturday, 5 August 1939 in 3h (12–1–20 in F)
5024 Kent Treble Bob Major
Composed by J. Thorp
1 William H Symonds
2 Austin T Wingate
3 Walter Taylor
4 Revd E G Benson
5 George T Cousins
6 John J Webb
7 Ernest F Salmons
8 Arthur Pritchard (C)
First peal of Treble Bob Major 2.
Ringing World page reference: 1482.0523

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Wellington, Herefordshire
St Margaret of Antioch
Monday, 7 August 1939 in 3h (17–0–15 in F)
5040 Plain Bob Minor
(Being seven 720’s called differently)
1 Ernest H Williams
2 William H Symonds
3 Wilfred F Moreton
4 Austin T Wingate
5 George T Cousins
6 Ernest F Salmons (C)
First peal of Minor 3.
Ringing World page reference: 1482.0525

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Kingstone, Herefordshire
St Michael and All Angels
Thursday, 10 August 1939 in 2h 50 (12–0–22 in G)
5040 Grandsire Doubles
(Being 42 six-scores, 10 callings.)
1 Norman G Salmons
2 William H Symonds
3 Wilfred F Moreton
4 Ernest F Salmons (C)
5 Ernest H Williams
6 Austin T Wingate
First peal of Doubles 3.
Ringing World page reference: 1482.0526

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Allensmore, Herefordshire
St Andrew
Saturday, 12 August 1939 in 2h 57 (10–3–18 in G)
5040 Grandsire Doubles
(Forty-two six-scores, ten callings.)
1 W Henry Young
2 James Taylor
3 Revd C G Littlehales
4 Tracey H Young (C)
5 A James Young
6 Arthur J Harris
Rung half-muffled as a token of the very deepest respect to the late Alfred T. Kitson.
Ringing World page reference: 1483.0541

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Dilwyn, Herefordshire
St Mary the Virgin
Sunday, 15 October 1939 in 2h 47 (11–0–13 in G)
5040 Grandsire Doubles
(Being 42 six-scores, 10 callings.)
1 Graham Evans
2 William J Preece
3 A Bryan Elsmore
4 Albert E Jones
5 Leslie Evans (C)
6 Thomas R Eckley
50th peal, rung in 28 towers 5. Rung in honour of the christening of George, son and heir of Mr. and Mrs. G. Bray, of Henwood, Dilwyn, which took place at the service previous to the peal.
Ringing World page reference: 1492.0655

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Wistanstow, Shropshire
Holy Trinity
Tuesday, 7 November 1939 in 2h 41 (9–2–18 in G)
5040 Grandsire Doubles
(Being 42 six-scores, 10 callings.)
1 Aaron Jones
2 James Hughes
3 William J Beniams (C)
4 Hubert Jones
5 Arthur C Nason
6 E Richard Baldwin
Rung in honour of the golden wedding of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Lewis, of Wistanstow, also as a birthday compliment to Mrs. E. R. Baldwin.

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Clifford, Herefordshire
St Mary the Virgin
Saturday, 16 December 1939 in 2h 35 (12–1–14 in G)
5040 Doubles (7m)
(Being 720 each of Morning Star, Canterbury Pleasure, Plain Bob, Clifford Pleasure, Percy’s Pleasure, Reverse Canterbury and Grandsire.)
1 William Beaver
2 James P Hyett (C)
3 Leslie Evans
4 A Bryan Elsmore
5 David H Bennett
6 Albert E Jones
First, peal in seven methods 1. Rung in honour of His Majesty’s birthday. Quickest peal on the back six bells.
Ringing World page reference: 1501.0763

Hereford Diocesan Guild
Stokesay, Shropshire
St John the Baptist
Tuesday, 26 December 1939 in 2h 43 (9 in A♭)
5040 Grandsire Doubles
(Being 42 six-scores, ten different callings.)
1 Thomas W Nash
2 James Hughes
3 Leslie Evans (C)
4 Hubert Jones
5 Arthur C Nason
Rung on the occasion of the marriage of Mr. L.E.A. Davies (member of the Ludlow Guild of Bellringers) and Miss K. M Corbett, of Craven Arms. The conductor’s 50th peal for the Hereford Guild.
Ringing World page reference: 1505.0039