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Barrow Bells - Peal Records


What is a Peal?

Peals are rung by experienced ringers and take a great deal of skill and concentration over a long time - typically around 3 hours at St James. Peals are often rung to celebrate some event (such as a jubilee, wedding, anniversary). They can also be rung for the challenge and enjoyment of the bell-ringers. Because of their length, the ringing can gradually achieve degrees of accuracy not easily achieved in short pieces on a practice night or service ringing. This allows the ringers to get into a rhythm, and enjoy the 'music' of the bells with the bells evenly spaced, and without any bell clipping each other (ringing too close together).

Peals have some very special features, that need some introduction to understand. If you rang 2 bells, there are two sequences (otherwise known as 'changes') that can be rung 1-2, and 2-1. On 3 bells there are six: 1-2-3, 1-3-2, 2-1-3, 2-3-1, 3-1-2, and 3-2-1. On 4 bells there are 24, and so on.

Number of BellsName of StageNumber of Unique ChangesApprox. time to ring all changes
5Doubles1204 mins
6Minor72025 mins
7Triples50403 hours
8Major4032024 hours
9Caters3628809 days
10Royal362880090 days
11Cinques399168002.75 years
12Maximus47900160027 Years

Peals are rung with no repetition of any single change (sequence), until every other change has been rung or reach a minimum of 5000 changes. On 7 bells or fewer, at least 5040 changes total are required for a peal, and 8 bells or more a minimum of 5000 changes must be rung.

Peals on fewer than 7 bells, will need to repeat several extents (complete sets of changes), so 6 bells would ring 7 x Extents of 720 changes = 5040 changes.


Peal Records from the Belfry and Other Records, and PealBase.

Click on any of these thumbnail images to enlarge:

Peal Summaries are available in the Felsted project.
This page has gathered together details of many of these peals from newspapers, magazines, belfry records and LACR annual reports.
There is a summary table, followed by the full details of each peal (summary has on-page links to the peal details).

The Publication reference column abbreviations are C.B. for Church Bells magazine, and RW for Ringing World.

The Belfry Record Acroynm - Vol 1 = original log file; OCF = Orange Clip Folder (essentially vol 2); Vol 3 = log file from restoration in 2014

In summary, the peals rung at this tower are:

Peal#PB-IDDate RungMethodPublication Ref.Guild/Assoc. RefBelfry RecordDetails Available?
1501-31525 Jul 1877Kent Treble Bob MajorThe Barrow Herald
Saturday July 28th, 1877
 Vol 1 Page 12View Details
24E1-25B7 Nov 1878Grandsire TriplesC.B. Vol 8 p591  View Details; Peal Board
34E1-2501 Mar 1879Grandsire TriplesC.B. Vol 9 p163  View Details
44E1-24526 Jul 1879Grandsire TriplesC.B. Vol 9 p439  View Details
54E1-23A7 Feb 1880Grandsire TriplesC.B. Vol 10 p179  View Details; Peal Board
64E1-22F25 Nov 1880Grandsire TriplesC.B. Vol 11 p7  View Details
74E1-2243 May 1881Grandsire TriplesC.B. Vol 11 p363  View Details
84E1-21925 May 1889Grandsire Triples  Vol 1 Page 38View Details
94E1-20E11 Dec 1926Grandsire Triples LACR 2541Vol 1 Page 175View Details
104E1-20312 Feb 1927Plain Bob Minor LACR 2573Vol 1 Page 175View Details
114E1-1F829 Sep 1928Plain Bob Minor LACR 2776Vol 1 Page 164 & 176View Details
124E1-1ED13 Apr 1929Plain Bob Major LACR 2838Vol 1 Page 176View Details
134E1-1E215 Feb 1930Kent Treble Bob Major LACR 2932Vol 1 Page 177View Details
144E1-1D711 Apr 1931Grandsire Triples LACR 3085Vol 1 Page 177View Details
154E1-1CC28 Nov 1931Plain Bob Major LACR 3170Vol 1 Page 178View Details
164E1-1C116 May 1932Double Norwich Court Bob Major LACR 3229Vol 1 Page 178View Details
174E1-1B65 Jun 1933Plain Bob Major LACR 3392Vol 1 Page 179View Details
184E1-1AB16 Sep 1933Grandsire Triples LACR 3428Vol 1 Page 180View Details
194E1-1A026 Dec 1933Plain Bob Major LACR 3457Vol 1 Page 180View Details
204E1-19521 Apr 1934Grandsire Triples LACR 3499Vol 1 Page 180View Details
214E1-18A21 Sep 1935Grandsire Triples LACR 3617Vol 1 Page 182View Details
224E1-17F10 Oct 1936Plain Bob Major LACR 3717Vol 1 Page 181View Details
234E1-17427 Nov 1937Plain Bob Major LACR 3820Vol 1 Page 182View Details
244E1-16926 Feb 1938Grandsire Triples LACR 3842Vol 1 Page 183View Details
254E1-15E14 Jan 1939Grandsire Triples LACR 3917Vol 1 Page 183View Details
264E1-15323 Nov 1945Grandsire Triples LACR 4120Vol 1 Page 222View Details; Peal Board
274E1-14825 Oct 1946Plain Bob Major LACR 4213Vol 1 Page 226View Details
284E1-13D28 May 1955Minor (3 methods) LACR 5392 see Peal Records 1953 to 2011
294E1-1327 Jul 1956Grandsire Triples LACR 5508 see Peal Records 1953 to 2011
304E1-12712 Mar 1960Plain Bob Major LACR 5944 see Peal Records 1953 to 2011
314E1-11C29 Jul 1961Grandsire Triples LACR 6129Vol 1 Page 242see Peal Records 1953 to 2011
324E1-11115 Feb 1964Grandsire Triples LACR 6549 see Peal Records 1953 to 2011
334E1-10617 May 1969Grandsire Triples LACR 7472 see Peal Records 1953 to 2011
344E1-0FB19 Jun 1971Plain Bob Major LACR 7833Vol 1 Page 254see Peal Records 1953 to 2011
354E1-0F02 Sep 1974Cambridge Surprise Major LACR 8255 see Peal Records 1953 to 2011
364E1-0E525 Jul 1977Kent Treble Bob Major LACR 8797Vol 1 Page 255see Peal Records 1953 to 2011
374E1-0DA24 Aug 1978London Surprise Major ST THOMAS SOCIETY see Peal Records 1953 to 2011
384E1-0CF28 Oct 1978Plain Bob Major LACR 9039 see Peal Records 1953 to 2011
394E1-0C45 May 1979Plain Bob Major LACR 9119Vol OCF Page 2see Peal Records 1953 to 2011
404E1-0B915 Sep 1979Plain Bob Major LACR 9190Vol OCF Page 4see Peal Records 1953 to 2011
414E1-0AE18 Dec 1982Grandsire Triples LACR 9764Vol OCF Page 11see Peal Records 1953 to 2011
424E1-0A319 May 1984Grandsire Triples LACR 10093Vol OCF Page 14see Peal Records 1953 to 2011
434E1-09830 Jul 1984London Surprise Major ELY D.A.Vol OCF Page 16see Peal Records 1953 to 2011
444E1-08D24 May 1985Plain Bob Major LACR 10392Vol OCF Page 18see Peal Records 1953 to 2011
4500C-A387 Apr 1990Grandsire TriplesRW 4124.0464LACR 11482Vol OCF Page 21see Peal Records 1953 to 2011
4600D-0DE7 Aug 1990Stedman TriplesRW 4142.0888LEICESTER D.G.Vol OCF Page 22see Peal Records 1953 to 2011
47012-26F5 Jun 1994Yorkshire Surprise MajorRW 4341LACR 12393Vol OCF Page 30see Peal Records 1953 to 2011
48047-27925 Jul 2014Cambridge Surprise MajorRW 5389.0813LACR 16908Vol 3 Page 8View Details
49048-5DC25 Jul 2015Yorkshire Surprise MajorRW 5441.0794LACR 17046Vol 3 Page 18View Details
5004B-99125 Jul 2015Stedman TriplesRW 5549.0869TBDVol 3 Page 32View Details

First Peal Details

The first peal rung on the bells is recorded in the belfry records (p12) and in The Barrow Herald Saturday July 28th, 1877

Belfry Records:
"The bells were ready for Ringing on the 25th July 1877(St James' Day) and a special dedication service was held. A party of change Ringers from Earlsheaton near Dewsbury was engaged and in the course of the day rang a peal of Kent Treble consisting of 5120 changes in 3 hrs 15 min. Charles Fox acting as conductor."

Barrow Herald (Saturday, 28 July 1877 edition):
"It was fitting that the bells should have rung their first merry peal on the feast of St James. The committee secured the services of a society of ringers from Dewsbury - a neighbourhood where the art of bell ringing is thoroughly appreciated and understood. The treble was rung by Mr. William Senior, 77 years of age, No. 2 bell by Mr. Frank Bailey, No. 3 by Mr. Seth Senior, No. 4 by Mr. Harry Robinson, No. 5 by Mr. John Kaye, No. 6 by Mr. Chas. Senior, No. 7 by Mr John Garforth and the tenor by Mr. Chas. A. Fox, who also acted as conductor."
"Shortly after luncheon, the bell ringers again raised the bells in peal, and commenced ringing 5120 changes, known as the "Kent Treble Bob Major". The work there is in performing these changes may be estimated from the fact that there were about 27 changes performed every minute, with eight strikes in each change. This continued for 3 hours and 17 minutes."

Felsted PB-ID = 501-315; Belfry Records - Page 12;
Barrow Herald (Sat 28 July 1877); Built By Men Of Steel (Vernon Bradley) - p20
On Wednesday, 25 July 1877
in 3 hours and 15 minutes
A peal of 5120 Kent Treble Bob Major
Composition: - unknown -
1William Senior (age 77 years)
2Frank Bailey
3Seth Senior
4Harry Robinson
5John Kaye
6Chas. Senior
7John Garforth
8Chas A Fox(C)
First Peal on the bells.
Ringers were members of a society of ringers from Earlsheaton, Dewsbury


Felsted PB-ID = 4E1-25B; Belfry Peal Board 1
On Thursday, 7 Nov 1878
in 2 hours and 48 minutes
A peal of 5040 Grandsire Triples
Composition: John Holts (ten part)
1Joseph Hill
2John Higginson(C)
3Charles Pass
4Stonard Kendall
5Samuel Brotherton
6John Mercer
7James Wilson
8Robert Bowker
The above was the FIRST PEAL rung by
the AMATEUR RINGERS of this CHURCH
 
Felsted PB-ID = 4E1-250; Church Bells Vol 9 p163
On Saturday, 1 March 1879
in 2 hours and 40 minutes
A peal of 5040 Grandsire Triples
Composition: [not specified]
1J Graham
2John Higginson(C)
3J Wilson
4S Kendall
5S Brotherton
6J Hague
7J Mercer
8R Bowker
On the 26th December last, eight members of the
same society attempted a peal of Grandsire Triples,
when owing to an accident to one of the ropes,
it could not be completed. 4382 changes had been
rung when 'Stand!' was called.
 
Felsted PB-ID = 4E1-245; Church Bells Vol 9 p439
On Saturday, 26 July 1879
in 2 hours and 51 minutes
A peal of 5012 Grandsire Triples
Composition: Stephen Hill
1R. Graham
2J. Wilson
3S. Kendall
4J. Mercer
5S. Brotherton
6J. Hague
7C. A. Fox (of Kendal)(C)
8J. Hill
In commemoration of the second anniversary
of the dedication of the bells.
Felsted PB-ID = 4E1-23A; Peal Board 2
On Saturday, 7 February 1880
in 3 hours
A peal of 5040 Grandsire Triples
Composition: Mr J Reeves (ten part)
1R M Graham
2S Kendall
3C Pass
4C Fox(C)
5S Brotherton
6Jno Hague
7Jno Mercer
8R Bowker
Seven members of St James Amateur Society
of Change Ringers assisted by Mr C Fox of Kendal
 
Felsted PB-ID = 4E1-22F; Church Bells Vol 11 No.519 p7
On Thursday, 25 November 1880
in 3 hours and 2 minutes
A peal of 5040 Grandsire Triples
Composition: Mr W.E. Taylor's Bob-and-Single
1R. M. Graham
2J. Wilson(C)
3J. Mercer
4W. Baxter
5S. Brotherton
6J. Hague
7j. Walsh
8R. Bowker
Rung to celebrate the 'coming of age' of Mr F. Ramsden
 
Felsted PB-ID = 4E1-224; Church Bells Vol 11 p363
On Tuesday, 3 May 1881
in 3 hours and 12 minutes
A peal of 5040 Grandsire Triples
Composition: Holt's Ten-part
1S. Brotherton
2W. Wilson(C)
3B. M. Brown*
4J. Dancer*
5S. O. Kendall
6J. Hague
7J. Mercer
8R. M. Graham
* First Peal
Felsted PB-ID = 4E1-219; Belfry Records - Page 38
On Saturday, 25 May 1889
in 2 hours and 59 minutes
A peal of 5040 Grandsire Triples
Composition: John Millets
1W Corlett*
2P M Brown
3A H Hill
4R G Hindle*
5C J A Cushing*
6J Corlett*
7J Mercer(C)
8E Beach
* First Peal
 
Felsted PB-ID = 4E1-20E; Belfry Records - Page 175; LACR 2541
On Saturday, 11 December 1926
in 3 hours and 8 minutes
A peal of 5040 Grandsire Triples
Composition: Groves' Variation pf Parkers 12-part
1Arthur Granville*
2William Picthall#
3Miss E. M. Suart
4James Williams*
5Edwin Jennings
6James Burrows*
7William Robinson(C)
8Arthur Matthews*
* First Peal; # First Peal in Method
 
Felsted PB-ID = 4E1-203; Belfry Records - Page 175; LACR 2573
On Saturday, 12 February 1927
in 3 hours
A peal of 5040 Plain Bob Minor
Composition: Seven different 720's
1William T. Clark
2John P. Barker
3Miss E. Butterfield
4Miss E. M. Suart
5Thomas J. Clement
6Edwin Jennings(C)
Felsted PB-ID = 4E1-1F8; Belfry Records - Page 164 & 176; LACR 2776
On Saturday, 29 September 1928
in 3 hours
A peal of 5040 Plain Bob Minor
Composition: Seven 720's called differently
1H J A Cushing*
2W Picthall
3J Williams
4S Hyder*
5H A Smith*
6C J A Cushing(C)
7A Stedman*
Belfry records say that owing to the unforseen absence
of one of the members could not attempt Grandsire Triples
* First Peal
 
Felsted PB-ID = 4E1-1ED; Belfry Records - Page 176; LACR 2838
On Saturday, 13 April 1929
in 3 hours and 13 minutes
A peal of 5040 Plain Bob Major
Composition: E. Morris
1Harry A Smith*
2Frederick Limb*
3James Williams*
4Edwin Jennings(C)
5Sidney Hyder*
6James E Burles
7Arthur Stedman*
8Thos Metcalfe
* First Peal in the Method.
First Peal of Major on the bells
 
Felsted PB-ID = 4E1-1E2; LACR 2932
On Saturday, 15 February 1930
in 3 hours and 20 minutes
A peal of 5088 Kent Treble Bob Major
Composition: H Hubbard
1Gerald Sutton*
2Edwin Jennings(C)
3William Robinson
4James Tebay*
5William Picthall*
6James E Burles*
7Thos S Jefferson*
8Frank Wilson*
* First Peal in the method on the bells and
   by the branch
Felsted PB-ID = 4E1-1D7; Belfry Records - Page 176; LACR 3085
On Saturday, 11 April 1931
in 3 hours and 10 minutes
A peal of 5040 Grandsire Triples
Composition: Parker's 12-part
1William Robinson
2Frank Wilson
3James Williams
4William Picthall
5Thomas E Jefferson
6Edwin Jennings(C)
7James Tebay
8James E. Burles
 
Felsted PB-ID = 4E1-1CC; Belfry Records - Page 178; LACR 3170
On Saturday, 28 November 1931
in 3 hours and 10 minutes
A peal of 5040 Plain Bob Major
Composition: C. Charge
1Edwin Jennings(C)
2Frederick Limb
3Hector Woodburn*
4Jim Tebay
5Thos. S Jefferson*
6James Williams
7Arthur Stedman
8James E Burles
* First Peal in the Method.
 
Felsted PB-ID = 4E1-1C1; Belfry Records - Page 178; LACR 3229
On Monday, 16 May 1932
in 3 hours and 8 minutes
A peal of 5184 Double Norwich C.B. Major
Composition: Rev. H. L. James
1Peter Crook, Junr.
2Fred Hindle
3Laurence J. Williams
4Peter Crook
5James Marsh*
6Edwin Jennings
7Arthur Tomlinson(C)
8Joseph Ridyard
First Peal in the method on the bells
* First Peal in the method on an inside bell
Felsted PB-ID = 4E1-1B6; Belfry Records - Page 179; LACR 3392
On Monday, 5 June 1933
in 3 hours and 3 minutes
A peal of 5056 Plain Bob Major
Composition: F. Bennett
1Alan W. Casson*
2Stanley Richardson*
3George E. Braithwaite
4Edwin Jennings(C)
5Gordon Whittam
6Nicholas Newby
7William Langhorne
8James E. Brown
* First Peal in the Method.
Rung as a birthday compliment to ringers of 2, 3, & 7.
 
Felsted PB-ID = 4E1-1AB; Belfry Records - Page 180; LACR 3428
On Saturday, 16 September 1933
in 3 hours and 2 minutes
A peal of 5040 Grandsire Triples
Composition: Holt's 10-Part
1Arthur Stedman
2Edwin Jennings(C)
3Gordon Whittam
4James E. Brown*
5Nicholas Newby
6George E. Braithwaite*
7James E Burles
8William Langthorne
* First Peal in the method on an inside bell.
 
Felsted PB-ID = 4E1-1A0; Belfry Records - Page 180; LACR 3457
On Tuesday, 26 December 1933
in 3 hours and 5 minutes
A peal of 5056 Plain Bob Major
Composition: F. Bennett
1Edwin Jennings
2James E. Brown
3Nicholas Newby
4G. E. Braithwaite*(C)
5Gordon Whittam
6James E. Burles
7William Langthorne
8William Pickthall
* First Peal in the method as conductor
Rung as a birthday compliment to Mr J. Brown
Felsted PB-ID = 4E1-195; Belfry Records - Page 180; LACR 3499
On Saturday, 21 April 1934
in 3 hours and 5 minutes
A peal of 5040 Grandsire Triples
Composition: F. Holt's 10-Part
1John Bagnall*
2Edwin Jennings(C)
3James E. Burles
4Arthur Stedman
5J. Gordon Whittam
6J. Edward Garnett*
7Nicholas Newby
8William Langhorne
* First Peal
 
Felsted PB-ID = 4E1-18A; Belfry Records - Page 182; LACR 3617
On Saturday, 21 September 1935
in 2 hours and 58 minutes
A peal of 5040 Grandsire Triples
Composition: Parker's 12-Part
1Rev. C. H. Wheat*
2John Hutchinson
3James E Burles
4George M. Wheat#
5James E. Brown
6Edwin Jennings(C)
7J. Gordon Whittam
8George E. Braithwaite
* First Peal; # First Peal in the method.
 
Felsted PB-ID = 4E1-17F; Belfry Records - Page 181; LACR 3717
On Saturday, 10 October 1936
in 3 hours and 9 minutes
A peal of 5056 Plain Bob Major
Composition: Frank Bennett
1Fred. C. Limb
2John Bagnall*
3Nicholas Newby
4M. George Wheat
5James E. Burles
6Frederick H. Crawley
7Arthur Stedman
8Albert Crawley(C)
* First Peal in the method
Arranged for Mr. Albert Crawley, of Crewe
Felsted PB-ID = 4E1-174; Belfry Records - Page 182; LACR 3820
On Saturday, 27 November 1937
in 3 hours and 8 minutes
A peal of 5056 Plain Bob Major
Composition: Pritchard's 4-Part
1George Slack*
2Fred. C. Limb
3John Bagnall
4James E. Williams
5Frederick H. Crawley
6Arthur Stedman
7C. J. A. Cushing
8James E. Burles(C)
* First Peal in the method
Rung as a Coronation Peal, and also in honour of the 72nd
birthday of Mr. C. J. A. Cushing, the leader of this Tower,
who has completed 55 years service as a ringer at this church.
All the band are regular Sunday service ringers at this church.
 
Felsted PB-ID = 4E1-169; Belfry Records - Page 183; LACR 3842
On Saturday, 26 February 1938
in 3 hours and 13 minutes
A peal of 5040 Grandsire Triples
Composition: Holt's Original
1George Slack*
2John Bagnall#
3Michael G. Wheat#
4James E. Williams
5Frederick H. Crawley
6James E Burles(C)
7Albert Crawley
8Arthur Stedman
* First Peal; # First Peal in the method.
 
Felsted PB-ID = 4E1-15E; Belfry Records - Page 183; LACR 3917
On Saturday, 14 January 1939
in 3 hours and 6 minutes
A peal of 5040 Grandsire Triples
Composition: Parker's Twelve-part
1Ronald A. Wilton*
2Nicholas M. Newby
3John Bagnall
4James E Burles
5Arthur Stedman
6Frederick H. Crawley
7Albert Crawley(C)
8Michael G. Wheat
* First Peal
Felsted PB-ID = 4E1-153; Belfry Records - Page 222; LACR 4120
On Friday, 23 November 1945
in 2 hours and 53 minutes
A peal of 5040 Grandsire Triples
Composition: Parker's Twelve-part
1Fred C. Limb
2Nicholas M. Newby
3Sidney Usher
4J. Bracewell
5Richard K. Barnes*
6Edward Iddon
7James E Burles(C)
8Alfred G. Dalton*
* First Peal
Rung to Commemorate the Restoration of Peace in the World
 
Felsted PB-ID = 4E1-148; Belfry Records - Page 226; LACR 4213
On Friday, 25 October 1946
in 3 hours and 8 minutes
A peal of 5008 Plain Bob Major
Composition: J. Harrison's peal from 'Ropesight'
1R. A. Wilton
2F. C. Limb
3S. B. Usher
4J. Bracewell
5J. Bagnall
6N. M. Newby
7F. H. Crawley
8James E Burles(C)
         

The peal records from 1st Jan 1953 have been captured in PealBase - a great ringing resource (external to this site) that has captured information of over 250,000 peals rung since 1953.
A PDF document is available to view containing the 20 peals rung at St James in this period : Peal Records 1953 to 2011
Note: no peals were rung between 1999 and 2013 when the bells were out of action.




Felsted PB-ID = 047-279; RW 5389.0813; LACR 16908; Belfry Records - Page 8
On Friday, 25 July 2014
in 2 hours and 49 minutes
A peal of 5056 Cambridge Surprise Major
Composition: C Middleton (Johnson variation)
1Simon D WoofLACR Vice President
2Dennis Ellisdon*Benefactor and former Barrow ringer (learned to ring at Barrow in 1950's)
3J Andrew PollockTower Captain
4Thomas F MetcalfeRepresenting Furness & South Lakeland branch of LACR
5John J ProudfootRepresenting CDGCBR (Carlisle Diocesan Guild of Church Bell Ringers)
6Simon J PooleCo-Representing LACR (Lancashire Association of Change Ringers)
7Douglas J BeaumontGrandson of James E Burles (former long serving Tower Captain)
8Joseph St J Beaumont(C)Grandson of James E Burles (former long serving Tower Captain)
The first peal on the restored bells,
rung on the anniversary of the
very first peal on St James' Day in 1877
* 400th Peal
 
Felsted PB-ID = 048-5DC; RW 5441.0794; LACR 17046; Belfry Records - Page 18
On Saturday, 25 July 2015
in 3 hours and 5 minutes
A peal of 5088 Yorkshire Surprise Major
Composition: N J Pitstow
1Helen Midwood
2Alison L Brooke
3Ann S Thompson
4D Robert Pettifor
5Simon D Woof
6Patrick L H Brooke
7Roger Fellows
8J Andrew Pollock(C)
Dedicated to Mona Tomlinson, long serving
Churchwarden at this church, who passed away at
St Mary's Hospice on 4th July 2015, aged 88 years.
First Peal - 7
First Peal as conductor - 8
300th peal for LACR - 3
Previous and only other peal in 1971 - 1
Felsted PB-ID = 04B-991; RW 5549.0869; LACR TBD; Belfry Records - Page 32
On Saturday, 30 July 2017
in 3 hours and 3 minutes
A peal of 5040 Stedman Triples
Composition: F H Dexter (No. 2)
1Alison L Brooke
2Mandy L C Bartlett
3Clarissa J E Caroe
4Ann S Thompson
5Anne E Pettifor
6Simon D Woof
7Patrick L H Brooke(C)
8J Andrew Pollock
Rung to mark the 140th anniversary of the bells (25th July 1877),
and to welcome Isaac Sidney Marchbank, grandson of 1 and 7
(born 18th July 2017)
First peal of Stedman - 2