Winchester & Portsmouth Diocesan Guild
St Michael
Sunday, 11 November 2018 (14–1–10 in F)
320 Grandsire Triples
1 Peter Rowe
2 Helen Green
3 Maggie Ellis
4 Lynne Jordan
5 Greg Jordan (C)
6 Jon Soar
7 Pete Jordan
8 Terry Oram
Rung half muffled on Remembrance Sunday in memory of the following who lost their lives in WW1, and are remembered in the St Michael's book of Remembrance.
Robert Lucas who died on 01 Nov 1918; William Yarlett who died on 31 Oct 1918; Frederick Dicker who died on 30 Oct 1918; George Seal who died on 29 Oct 1918; Herbert Keyes who died on 26 Oct 1918; Edward Shorney who died on 26 Oct 1918; Ernest Bond who died on 24 Oct 1918; Edwin Westbrook who died on 23 Oct 1918; Frank Butler who died on 18 Oct 1918; Ernest Bridgeman who died on 17 Oct 1918; Charles Freeborn who died on 14 Oct 1918; James Hardie who died on 10 Oct 1918; Percy Ede who died on 09 Oct 1918; George Smith who died on 09 Oct 1918; Harry Fletcher who died on 05 Oct 1918; Harold Smith who died on 05 Oct 1918; William Shadwell who died on 30 Sep 1918; Sidney Phillips who died on 29 Sep 1918; Leslie Ranson who died on 29 Sep 1918; Frederick Baulch who died on 27 Sep 1918; Albert Sargent who died on 27 Sep 1918; Albert Wilmott who died on 14 Sep 1918; Albert Blundy who died on 05 Sep 1918; Redvers Dodd who died on 05 Sep 1918; Reginald Lipscombe who died on 03 Sep 1918; Mark Rawlins who died on 27 Aug 1918; Dudley Ward who died on 26 Aug 1918; Jesse Ilsley who died on 25 Aug 1918; Albert Pittard who died on 18 Aug 1918; Thomas Burridge who died on 13 Aug 1918; Leslie Munday who died on 12 Aug 1918; George Gosling who died on 08 Aug 1918; Maurice Webber who died on 31 Jul 1918; Charles Russell who died on 30 Jul 1918; Arthur Way who died on 28 Jul 1918; Nathaniel Paice who died on 24 Jul 1918; Arthur Richardson who died on 20 Jul 1918; Alfred Purdue who died on 16 Jun 1918; Sidney Witts who died on 14 Jun 1918; Christopher Prance who died on 29 May 1918; Guy Wallis who died on 17 May 1918; Frederick Tubb who died on 03 May 1918; Ernest Frude who died on 14 Apr 1918; Albert Hathaway who died on 05 Apr 1918; George Kerridge who died on 05 Apr 1918; Tom Stainer who died on 24 Mar 1918; Reginald A Andrews who died on 22 Mar 1918; Frederick Kneller who died on 21 Mar 1918; William Gregory who died on 12 Mar 1918; Frederick Clell who died on 02 Dec 1917; Philip Joice who died on 01 Dec 1917; Wortley Simmons who died on 22 Nov 1917; Bertram Wyeth who died on 22 Nov 1917; William Andrews who died on 30 Sep 1917; Austin Long who died on 22 Aug 1917; Leonard Wedge who died on 16 Aug 1917; James Wheeler who died on 08 Aug 1917; William Hall who died on 02 Aug 1917; Owen Wellspring who died on 02 Aug 1917; Herbert Frost who died on 31 Jul 1917; Leonard Jacobs who died on 31 Jul 1917; Alfred Watmore who died on 31 Jul 1917; Archibald Smith who died on 22 Jun 1917; George Barton who died on 07 Jun 1917; Frederick Kinchin who died on 06 Jun 1917; Arthur Gosling who died on 23 May 1917; Alfred Bond who died on 22 May 1917; Charles Smith, MM who died on 07 May 1917; John Broadley who died on 03 May 1917; Smith who died on 30 Apr 1917; Norman Phillips who died on 25 Mar 1917; John Upward who died on 08 Mar 1917; Frederick Trodd who died on 07 Mar 1917; Tom Griffin who died on 28 Feb 1917; Alfred Jacobs who died on 14 Feb 1917; Ernest Dodd who died on 07 Feb 1917; Frederick Lunn who died on 31 Dec 1916; Harry Broadley who died on 15 Dec 1916; Reginald Mayo who died on 07 Dec 1916; Walter Raynbird who died on 23 Nov 1916; George Ede who died on 03 Nov 1916; Stewart Millard who died on 23 Oct 1916; Ernest Gosling who died on 21 Oct 1916; Ralph Hailstone who died on 18 Oct 1916; Thomas Oliver who died on 15 Oct 1916; Arthur Tripp who died on 27 Sep 1916; Ernest Mayo who died on 25 Sep 1916; Rupert Inglis who died on 18 Sep 1916; Walter Copestake who died on 15 Sep 1916; Alfred Weston who died on 06 Sep 1916; Henry Whiteland who died on 03 Sep 1916; Geoffrey Allen who died on 02 Sep 1916; Francis Martin who died on 20 Jul 1916; Gerald Budden who died on 19 Jul 1916; Albert F Smith who died on 15 Jul 1916; Robert Hitchcock who died on 05 Jul 1916; F Covey Gregory who died on 01 Jul 1916; Cyril Ilsley who died on 01 Jul 1916; Frank Nash who died on 01 Jul 1916; Thomas Leadbetter who died on 26 Jun 1916; Joseph Wootten who died on 22 Jun 1916; Frederick Dibley who died on 21 Jun 1916; William Culver who died on 31 May 1916; William Dolton who died on 31 May 1916; Frederick Dry who died on 31 May 1916; Charles Fulker who died on 31 May 1916; Edward Martin who died on 31 May 1916; George North who died on 31 May 1916; Frederick Paice who died on 31 May 1916; Ernest Stevens who died on 05 Apr 1916; Frank Bond who died on 24 Jan 1916; Herbert Hailstone who died on 21 Jan 1916; Francis Moth who died on 21 Jan 1916; George Tigwell who died on 21 Jan 1916; William Tigwell who died on 21 Jan 1916; James Harrison who died on 21 Aug 1915; Brinley Boyer who died on 11 Aug 1915; John Watson who died on 06 Aug 1915; Paul Simmons who died on 24 Jul 1915; Frank Vince who died on 24 Jul 1915; Ernest Cowdrey who died on 06 Jul 1915; Lawrence Clive Boustead who died on 28 Jun 1915; Reginald Munton who died on 11 Jun 1915; Grahame Bryant who died on 10 Jun 1915; Baynard Powell who died on 10 May 1915; Cyril Budden who died on 09 May 1915; Frederick Willoughby who died on 06 May 1915; Charles Powell who died on 02 May 1915; Arthur Snelling who died on 26 Apr 1915; Leopold Buxton who died on 24 Apr 1915; Arthur Howard Pace who died on 23 Apr 1915; George King who died on 02 Apr 1915; Henry King who died on 26 Feb 1915; Francis Henry Stanley Hawkesworth who died on 25 Jan 1915; Philip Rossiter who died on 19 Jan 1915; Arthur Ilsley who died on 24 Dec 1914; William Hopgood who died on 19 Dec 1914; Edward North who died on 26 Nov 1914; Albert G Smith who died on 04 Nov 1914; Charles Sheppard who died on 01 Nov 1914; William Elliott who died on 26 Sep 1914; Percy Broadley who died on 18 Sep 1914; Charles Broadley who died on 23 Aug 1914; Frank Elliott and John Pellett.
W&PWW1

This performance is linked to the event Ringing for the Centenary of the WWI Armistice.

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