St Mary
Monday, 17 April 1876 in 3h 5 (19 in E♭)
5040 Grandsire Triples
James Bruerton
1 F Sedgwick
2 T Merideth
3 S Adkins
4 J Key
5 W Johnson (C)
6 F Cope
7 A E Greenwood
8 W Fearneyhough

Church Bells, Sat. 13 May 1876 (From research carried out by John Eisel):

ON Easter Monday, April 17th, there was rung at St. Mary’s, Lichfield, a true and complete peal of Grandsire Triples, consisting of 5040 changes, in 3 hrs. 5 mins. The ringers were stationed thus:— F. Sedgwick, treble; T. Merideth sic, 2nd; S. Adkins sic 3rd; J. Key, 4th; W. Johnson, 5th; F. Cope, 6th; A. E. Greenwood, 7th; W. Fearneyhough, tenor.This peal was composed by Mr. James Bruerton of Darlaston, and conducted by Mr. W. Johnson, and contains 182 bobs and 58 singles, and is the first peal rung since the year 1837.