Kent County Association
All Saints
Sunday, 11 November 2018 in 36m (8–2–17 in A)
1260 Armistice Doubles
Camelion with a That'll do Nicely bob
1 Michael Little (C)
2 Tim Attride
3 David Sheekey
4 Emma Tapsell
5 Douglas Neve
6 Stuart Willmott
Rung for Remembrance Sunday in memory of the lives of the people of Birchington who lost their lives during the Great War.
The names of those listed on the War Memorial are:-
Lt. G. S. ALLFREE, Capt. A. BOWLING, Lt. V. M. BOWLING, Engr. Comdr. A. E. COSSEY, Lt. R. E. de TRAFFORD, Lt. A. W. ERLEBACH, Lt. E. E. ERLEBACH, 2nd Lt. J. N. GATECLIFF, Lt. T. W. GREENHILL, Lt. T. C. HINE, Lt. T. B. JEWELL, Lt. Col.R. A., E. H. KEARNS C.M.E., 2nd Lt. C. A. L. PEMBLE (Clarrie), Lt. F. P. PEMBLE, 2nd Lt. L. I. L. THORNTON, Capt. G. W. TOWELL MC, Pte. P. J. AMOS, Pte. G. BALL, Pte. W. BEERLING , Pte. G. BLACKFORD, Pte. H. W. BRENCHLEY, Pte. W. H. CASTLE, Pte. G. CHAPMAN, Pte. F. CHECKLEY, Stoker J. COOK, Pte. E. S. W. COX, Seaman W. T. DAWSON, Pte. A. E. EAST, Pte.H. W. ERLEBACH, Pte. A. D. EVANS, Pte. E. E. GRANVILLE, Ldg. Cpl. C. A. HAIG, Ldg. Stoker T. HARLOW, Pte. E. S. HATCHER, Pte. T. G. HATCHER , Pte. T. HOARE, Pte. F. W. HOLMANS, Stoker F. HORN, Ldg. Stoker G. HOWLAND, Pte. W. H. HOWLAND, Pte. G. JARMAN, 1st Class Stoker W. G. KEMP, Gunner E. J. KNOTT, Sgt. A. J. LAWRENCE, Pte S. J. MAXTED, Cpl W. C. MAYERS, Gunner P. A. MILLEN, Pte. V. C. MILLEN, Pte. A. D. MORISON, Sgt. C. PAYNE DCM, Sapper W. PEGDEN, Ldg. Torp. Seaman. W. J. PORT, Ldg. Seaman R. A. ROGERS, Cpl. C. W. ROWLAND M.M., Bombdr. E. H. SACKETT, Pte. H. SAFFERY, Pte. H. J. SANDLE, Ldg. Stoker J. G. SAYERS, Cpl. W. C. SAYER, Pte. T. A. F. J. SHARP, Pte. P. SIDDERS M.M., 1st CL Stoker A. E. STEWART, Signalman F. J. C. TERRY, Pte. S. A. WILLIAMS, Pte, A. E. WINTER, 1st CL Boy H. E. WOODLAND, Sgt. W. WRIGHT, Pte. J. WOODCOCK, Pte. L. GRANT

This performance is linked to the events Ringing for the Centenary of the WWI Armistice and Kent County Association — Ringing Remembers.