Peal Records for All Saints, Huntsham, Devon 2015
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Dorset County Association
January 8th 2015
5024
Bristol Surprise Major
 
  1 Mervyn C Way 5 Michael Hatchett
  2 Jeffrey Knipe 6 R Nicholas Lawrence
  3 Graham W Elmes 7 Richard H Johnston
  4 Lesley A Knipe 8 Timothy F Collins
Composed by: S J Ivin
Conducted: Timothy F Collins
2 hours 49 min
 
 
Peal Number 385 (RW 5413.0081)
 

 
Dorset County Association
January 22nd 2015
5026
Criccieth Castle Surprise Major
 
  1 Michael Hatchett 5 R Nicholas Lawrence
  2 Mervyn C Way 6 Richard H Johnston
  3 Richard W Ellis 7 Robert D S Brown
  4 Jeffrey Knipe 8 Timothy F Collins
Composed by: Robert D S Brown
Conducted: Robert D S Brown
2 hours 52 min
 
 
Peal Number 386 (RW 5415.0137)

Remembering Castle Class locomotive 5026 Criccieth Castle. Built April 1934. First shed allocation Newton Abbot. Double chimney and 4 row superheater fitted October 1959. Last shed allocation Wolverhampton Oxley. Withdrawn November 1964 and scrapped.

First peal in the method
Criccieth Castle Surprise Major
x3x4x5x6x2x3x456x567x4x3x2x6x5x4x3x Le 12 (B) (Non-palindromic) 39/100

 
Dorset County Association
January 29th 2015
5043
Earl of Mount Edgcumbe Surprise Major
 
  1 Timothy F Collins 5 Michael Hatchett
  2 Mervyn C Way 6 R Nicholas Lawrence
  3 Jeffrey Knipe 7 Richard H Johnston
  4 Lesley A Knipe 8 Robert D S Brown
Composed by: Robert D S Brown
Conducted: Robert D S Brown
2 hours 54 min
 
 
Peal Number 387 (RW 5417.0185)

Remembering Castle Class Locomotive No 5043 Earl of Mount Edgcumbe. Originally built as Banbury Castle, March 1936. First shed allocation Old Oak Common. Renamed September 1937. Double chimney and 4 row superheater fitted October 1958. Last shed allocation Cardiff East Dock. Withdrawn December 1963. Acquired by Woodham's, Barry June 1964. Sold to Birmingham Railway Museum, Tyseley and left as the 43rd departure from Barry in September 1973.

First peal in the method
Earl of Mount Edgcumbe Surprise Major
x3x56x456x25x2x6x234x34x3x456x234x7 le 2 [b] fch BDEac 41/100

 
Dorset County Association
February 12th 2015
5184
Pudsey Surprise Major
 
  1 Michael Hatchett 5 R Nicholas Lawrence
  2 Jeffrey Knipe 6 Thomas R Garrett
  3 Graham W Elmes 7 Richard H Johnston
  4 Lesley A Knipe 8 Timothy F Collins
Composed by: E A Barnett
Conducted: Timothy F Collins
2 hours 51 min
 
 
Peal Number 388 (RW not yet published)
 

 
Dorset County Association
March 5th 2015
5044
Earl Of Dunraven Surprise Major
 
  1 Timothy F Collins 5 Michael Hatchett
  2 Mervyn C Way 6 R Nicholas Lawrence
  3 Jeffrey Knipe 7 Richard H Johnston
  4 Lesley A Knipe 8 Robert D S Brown
Composed by: Robert D S Brown
Conducted: Robert D S Brown
2 hours 49 min
 
 
Peal Number 389 (RW not yet published)

Remembering Castle Class Locomotive No 5044 Earl of Dunraven Originally built as Beverston Castle, March 1936. First shed allocation Old Oak Common. First of class to be fitted with new shorter chimney as new. Renamed September 1937.Fitted with heavy cadmium whistle chain August 1954. Last shed allocation Cardiff Canton. Withdrawn April 1962 and scrapped.

First peal in the method
Earl of Dunraven Surprise Major x3x56x456x25x2x6x234x34x3x4x3456x7 le 2 [b] fch BDETac

100th on the Bells - 7
150th on the Bells - 8

 
Dorset County Association
March 12th 2015
5059
Earl St Aldwyn Surprise Major
 
  1 Graham W Elmes 5 R Nicholas Lawrence
  2 Mervyn C Way 6 Richard H Johnston
  3 Jeffrey Knipe 7 Robert D S Brown
  4 Michael Hatchett 8 Timothy F Collins
Composed by: See Below
Conducted: Timothy F Collins
2 hours 52 min
 
 
Peal Number 390 (RW not yet published)

Composed by C.Middleton
Arranged by R.D.S.Brown

Remembering Castle Class Locomotive 5059 Earl St Aldwyn. Originally built as Powis Castle, May 1937. First shed allocation Exeter. Renamed October 1937. Last shed allocation Shrewsbury. Withdrawn June 1962 and scrapped.

First peal in the method
Earl St Aldwyn Surprise Major
x3x4x5x236x4x5x6x7x6x5x4x36x25x4x3x2 [b] Non Palindromic  43/100

 

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