Suffolk Guild
St Mary
Saturday, 11 November 2017 in 2h 48 (8–1–6 in G♯)
5040 Doubles (2m)
21 extents each of Grandsire and Plain Bob
1 Mary E Dunbavin
2 Winston S Girling
3 Christine A Knight
4 Julian Colman
5 Alan P Mayle (C)
Rung half-muffled immediately following the silence on Armistice Day as a tribute to the eight men of this village who made the supreme sacrifice in World War One:
Gunner Fred Cardy, died 10th April 1917, aged 30;
Private Alfred Daines, died 21st March 1918, aged 29;
Private Herbert James Hickford, died 2nd November 1917, aged 24;
Private Charles Hicks, died 2nd March 1916, aged 41;
Private Arthur Martin, died 23rd August 1918, aged 23;
Private Frederick Martin (brother of Arthur), died 16th July 1918, aged 18;
Able Seaman Frederick William Parnell, died 7th November 1917, aged 20;
Private Joseph Rawlinson, died 20th July 1917, aged 37.
Their Names Liveth For Evermore
With thanks to Julian for agreeing to ring in this peal at late notice.
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