"THE RINGING WORLD" INDEX FOR 1962

COMPILED BY H. L. ROPER

Acton Scott, Shropshire - 34.

Africa - Kilifi, 267, 333, 541; Johannesburg, 804; Salisbury, 74, 502, 528, 772.

America - Boston, 643; Groton, 791; Handbell Ringers, 570; Music Ministry, 535; New Carillon, 40; "Overtones," 535, 615; Visitors from, 407, 471, 553, 616.

Appeals - Gosfield, 528; Kilifi (E. Africa), 267, 333, 541; Kuruman (S. Africa), 522; Melbourne (Australia), 333, 732; Perth (Australia), 92; Randwick (Australia), 560; Staunton-on-Arrow, 556; Thorpe Malsor, 300.

Appleton - Fourth of March Day, 204.

Articles in the Lay Press - 59, 250, 266, 540, 803, 840.

Ashton-under-Lyne, St. Michael and All Angels - 538.

Australia - A.N.Z.A.B., 430; Appeals from, 92, 333, 560, 732; Guide to Church Bells, 171; Melbourne, 554; News from, 19, 60, 139, 432; Perth, 106, 160, 512; Queensland, 386; "Ringing Towers," 554; South A., 314; Sydney, 557.

Baldock Ringers - 74.

Barcombe, St. Mary - 287.

Barnsley and District Society - 76, 124, 215, 267, 331 389, 431, 490, 595, 631, 703, 789, 853.

Basildon, St. Martin - 752.

Bath and Wells Diocesan Association. - 332; Axbridge, 111; Bath, 52; Cary, 122, 372, 541, 767; Chew, 316 332, 558, 767, 870; Frome, 103.

Batheaston, St. John - 87, 91, 446.

Battle, St. Mary - 360.

Bedfordshire Association - Biggleswade, 57, 138, 203, 445, 787.

Bells - Disused, Survey of, 53; Heavy rings of Five and Six, 678, 716; Heavy rings of Eight, 612, 644, 678; Bells rung for Assize, 251; for Hunting Season, 250; History, Bells that have made, 1, 19, 37, 101, 123, 171, 190, 285, 421; Unringable, in Devon, 253, 300.

Beverley and District Society - 139.

Bicker, St Swithin - 462.

Bildeston, St. Mary - 285.

Birmingham - St. Chad, 300; St. Martin, 202; SS. Peter and Paul, Aston, 237; St. Philip, 218.

Blandford Forum - Ringers' Festival, 764.

Bolney, St. Mary Magdalen - 866.

Bolsover, SS. Mary and Lawrence - 387.

Bond, Rev. P. N. - 428.

Boston, St Botolph - 94, 156.

Boswell, A., Bell Founder - 373, 418, 460, 646, 492, 541, 590.

Brampton, St. Mary - 139.

Braywood, All Saints - 224.

Brent Pelham, Herts - 543.

Brent Tor, St. Michael - 442, 448, 476.

Bridgend, St. Illtyd - 357.

Bristol Cathedral - 822.

Broadcasting - 556, 572, 853; Bow Bells Dedication, 3, 75 123, 156; Christmas Day, 1961, 3, 20, 37, 53, 75, 91, 107, 123, 477; Christmas Day, 1962, 856; Evercreech, 107, 139, 156, 785, 818, 820, 836, 868; Handbells, 107.

Brookland, St. Augustine - 18.

Buckfast Abbey - 612.

Burnley - Holy Trinity, 287, 320; St. Peter, 287.

Bunyan, John, the Bell Ringer - 542.

Butterwick, St. Andrew - 612.

Call Change Ringing - 20, 76, 418.

Cambridge - Old Bells, 768.

Canada - News from, 37, 74, 203, 643; Ottawa Peace Tower, 521.

Carillon Recitals - 255.

Central Council of Church Bell Ringers - Accounts, 406; Addresses of Committee Conveners, 475; Agenda, 282; Arrangements for 1962, 37, 234, 314, 355, for 1963, 730; Minutes, 1961, 188; Publications - Compositions of Stedman, 175, Minor Methods, 23, 869; Report of Meeting, 1962, 401, 402, 426, 446, 459; Television and Broadcasting Committee, 818; Views on 1962 Meeting, 444; Welcome to Wales, 370.

Chellaston, St. Peter - 675.

Chester Diocesan Guild - 387, 801, 802.

Chesterfield, St. Mary and All Saints - 20.

Chew Stoke, St. Andrew - 3.

Clerical Ringers, Guild of - 272, 354.

Cleveland and N. Yorkshire Association - 167, 645.

Colchester, St. Nicholas - 752.

College of Campanology - 35, 662, 854.

College Youths, Ancient Society of - 108, 418, 490, 610, 643, 762, 815.

Colne, St. Bartholomew - 287.

Colyton, St. Andrew - 570.

Competition Ringing - Barnsley and District, 267, 431, 631; Bath and Wells, 558; Crawford Cup, 631; Derbyshire, 429; Devon Association, 446; Fifty Years Ago, 430; Guildford, 570; Halifax and District, 250, 749; Kimpton Cup, 704, 714; Lancashire Association, 734; Leicester, 387; Lichfield, 675; Lindoff Cup, 315; Murphy Cup, 387; National Striking C., 589, 627, 660, 716; Oswy Street Memorial Cup, 717; Oxford Diocesan Guild, 358; St. David's Diocesan Guild, 509; Sheffield and District, 420; S. Derbyshire and N. Leicestershire, 717; Surrey, 301; Swansea and Brecon, 334.

Composition, False - Apsley S. Major, 75; Cambridge S. Royal, 716, 750; Quedgeley S. Major, 628; Redcliffe S. Royal, 120, 156; Spliced S. Royal (three methods), 232, 267.

Composition, General - Caters and Cinques, 175, 203, 253; False Course Ends, 107; Triples, 419, 443, 476, 492, 508, 524.

Composition, Doubles - Grandsire, 152.

Composition, Minor - 11 Surprise, 75; 14 Spliced, 823; Multi-method, 492, 524, 557, 572, 612, 643, 678, 766, 767.

Composition, Triples - Stedman, 456, 488, 673.

Composition, Major - Deddington Hybrid, 280; King's Norton, 239; New Duffield, 107, 239; Plain Bob (32,704), 76, 352, (Extent), 698, 803, (18,816), 821, 822, 836; Spliced (nine methods), 520.

Composition, Surprise Major - Anglesea, 120, 156; Ashtead, 368, 701, 732; Bedford, 608; Billingborough, 608; Bristol, 552, 784, 871; Cambridge, 200, (theory of), 838; Central Council Collection, 20; Chiltern, 880; Colnbrook, 698; Erdington, 368; Gateshead, 504; Ivinghoe, 615; London, 21, 168, 337, 880; Mayfair, 248; Plymouth, 504; Pudsey, 200; Rutland, 296, (10,944), 791; Salford, 280; Superlative, 216; Tavistock, 152; Wychwood, 216; Yorkshire, 16, 19, 53, 88, 264, 317, 352, 696, 701, (15,520), 804.

Composition, Caters - Erin, 235, 300, 574, 603; St. Clement's, 264.

Composition, Royal - Cambridge S., 536, 556, 589; Noseley S., 168; Oxford T.B., 615; Plain Bob, 296, 358; Redcliffe S., 280; Spliced Surprise (two), 232, (3), 232, 267, 446, (4), 700, 736, 784, (8), 352, (11), 525; Yorkshire S. (16,920), 76.

Composition, Cinques - Erin, 864, Stedman, 472.

Composition, Maximus - Cambridge S., 215.

Correspondence (not elsewhere indexed) - Alphabet Bells, 589, 613, 628, 643; Articles on Bell Founders, 477; Attendances at Church Services, 3, 37, 75, 425, 457, 459; Bells and New Churches, 333, 373, 852; Bell to be Tolled Daily, 716; Bygone Personalities, 235, 267; Call Change Ringing, 20; Ceylon, Tower Hunting in, 508, 589; Deadwood, 459, 492, 701; Delve into Doubles, 631, 660, 716; Diocesan Ringing Boundaries, 108, 139; Discredit to the Exercise (tower snatching), 476, 540; Doubles Ringing, 76; Do you Dream? 613; Gentlemen's Guild (Ladies in the Belfry), 767, 804, 817, 820, 852; Great Adventure II, 820; Highest Ring of Bells, 448, 476; How Mean can we get? 524; Judging Rise and Fall, 75; Length of a Quarter, 508; Llanfair PG, 476, 556; London Ringing, 300, 333; Made Welcome in London, 700; Non-resident Members (Oxford Guild Motion), 473, 508, 540, 556, 572, 573, 590; Original Singles, 190; Paid Ringers, 107; Payment for Tea, 53, 91; Peals for other Societies (Pewsey Peal), 20, 53, 75, 91, 123, 156, 190; Peal Ringing in Scotland, 643, 678, 700, 750; W. Pye's 1,000th Peal, 20; Reflexes of the Oxford Movement, 820, 868; "Representative," Definition of, 508, 573; Ringers' Hymns, 75; Single Method peals of Minor, 628, 660; Sporting Offer, 803, 836; Striking Thoughts, 719; Tact towards Beginners, 235; Theological Students, 459; Three-bell Ringing, 156, 157, 185, 190, 285; Town Planning Vandalism, 430; Tower Refusals, 492; Transportation of Bells in the Middle Ages, 235; Warner's Last Ring of Bells, 219; Withdraw Quickly (criticism of striking), 253, 285, 300, 317; Youngest Lady Conductor, 792, 820, 852.

Coventry Diocesan Guild - 834.

Crayford, St. Paulinus - 336.

Croyland Abbey - 270.

Cumberland and N. Westmorland Association - 122, 332.

Dedications - Abingdon, 19; Ashtead, 50; Balderton, 835; Basildon, 752; Bodmin, 523; Chitterne, 675, 732; Cottered, 659; Dorney, 460; Exeter, St. Petrock, 788; Eye, 428; Feckenham, 300, 360; Hemington, 460; Kingsclere, 356; Potterne, 367; Saffron Walden, 123, 730; Scalby, 2; Scarcliffe, 335; Southwell Cathedral, 360, 491; Stanton Drew, 469; Stoke D'Abernon, 224.

Defford - 203.

Demonstration of Ringing - 644.

Derbyshire Association - 170, 255, 301, 351; Chesterfield, 821; Derby, 429.

Devon Association - 446, 821.

Devon Ringers' Association, South - 701, 787.

Devonshire Ringers, Guild of - 458; E. Devon, 77, 372, 662; Exeter, 699; Mid-Devon, 34, 250, 285, 523, 787; N. Devon, 627; N.W., 823; S.W., 135, 332, 718.

Diss, St. Mary - 8.

Dolgelly, St. Mary - 852.

Doncaster and District Society - 127.

Dove's Guide - 139, 171, 203, 217, 219, 235, 253, 285, 300, 364.

Dudley and District Guild - 199, 644.

Dunholme, St. Chad - 716, 750.

Durham and Newcastle Diocesan Association - 57, 764; S., 462.

Eardisland, St. Mary - 835.

Eastbourne - Christ Church, 681, 871; St Mary, All Saints, St. Saviour, 681.

East Derbyshire and N. Nottingham Association - 862.

East Grinstead and District Guild - 143, 202, 442.

East Kennett, Christ Church - 699.

Easton Neston. St. Mary - 772.

Electronic Bells - Harrow, Roxeth, 586; S. Kensington, St. Jude, 792.

Ely Diocesan Association - 387.

Emergency Lighting - 385, 430, 444, 459, 791, 834, 836.

Erith, St. John the Baptist - 600th Peal, 792, 818.

Essex Association - 442; N., 101; S.W., 173, 835.

Evercreech (see Broadcasting).

Exeter, St. Petrock - 337, 373.

Eye, SS. Peter and Paul - 6, 428.

Felstead, Rev. Canon K. W. H. - 471.

Film of Ringing - 354, 401, 409, 641, 731.

Foulridge, St. Michael and All Angels - 287.

Four Bell Rings (see also Dove's Guide) - Breconshire, 235; Comments by Peter Bond, 236, 267, 317, 337, 357, 389, 443; Cornwall, 231, 253; Essex, 541; Kent, 205, 221, 235; London, 235; Scotland, 205; Suffolk, 205, 221; Wilts and Dorset, 271, 446; Yorkshire, 333, 441, 528, 589.

Freeman, A. J., Memorial - 314.

Fressingfield, SS. Peter and Paul - 803.

Friends of the Exercise - 174.

Giddings, H. W. - 206.

Gloucester and Bristol Diocesan Association - 247, 315, 644, 700; South Forest, 607, 735; Stow-on-the-Wold, 206, 267; Swindon, 854; Tewkesbury, 206, 509, 803.

Gramophone Records and Tape Recordings - 91.

Grantham, St. Wulfram - 190.

Grimsby - St. Andrew, 249; St. James, 202.

Guildford Cathedral - 674.

Guildford, Holy Trinity - 87.

Guildford Diocesan Guild - 187, 190, 389, 674; Proposed merger with Surrey Association, 18, 51, 75, 151; Chertsey, 57, 331, 735; Farnham, 101, 527, 570, 703; Guildford, 855; Leatherhead, 124, 555.

Halifax and District Association - 250, 749.

Halifax Guild, Archdeaconry of - 127, 170, 234, 485, 749.

Handbells - Change Ringing, 148, 212; Tune Ringing, 3, 20, 112, 333, 679, 765, 819.

Harrogate, St. Peter - 765.

Hemington, Somerset - 439.

Hendon, St. Mary - 354.

Hereford Diocesan Guild - Bromyard, 191; Hereford, 462; Kington, 79, 351.

Hertford County Association - 335; N., 35, 266, 485, 718; St. Albans, 143, 159, 388, 821; Watford, 815.

Hesse, Major J. H. B. - 731.

Highclere, St. Michael - 834.

Holme Pierrepont, St. Edmund - 171.

Holy Land, Bell Ringers' Pilgrimage to - 491.

Hughes, Albert - 786.

Huntington, All Saints - 644.

Instruction - Concentrated Training, 508; Learning to Lower a Bell, 441, 478; Notes for Beginners, 630, 682; Ringing Speeds, 537; Ringing to Time, 313, 389, 418, 443, 476, 537, 557; Theory of Change Ringing, 142, 158, 207, 221, 252, 269, 302; Weekend Courses - 786, Bristol, 256, 478, 644, Grantley Hall, 386, Knuston Hall, 523, Lumley Castle, 329.

Irish Association - 375, 387; E., 315; S., 215.

"Irish Bell News" - 96, 731.

James, Rev. E. Bankes - 169, 201.

Johnson, Henry - Commemoration Dinner, 154.

Kent County Association - 268, 283; Ashford, 35, 56, 268, 388, 541, 764; Lewisham, 95, 268, 299, 587, 823; Maidstone, 295; Rochester, 127, 331, 551, 789, 854; Tonbridge, 56, 284, 331, 701, 819.

Ketton, St Mary - 354.

Kidlington, St. Mary - 783.

Kingsclere, St. Mary - 356, 714.

Kirby-le-Soken, St. Michael - 788.

Ladies' Guild - 522, 714; Jubilee Dinner, 745, 746, 808, 821; Bedfordshire and Northants, 125; Central, 238, 535, 675, 788; Eastern, 461, 675; Devon, 337, 627; Kent, 295, 535, 541; Midland, 159, 223, 356, 770; North Western, 735; Southern, 125, 386; South Wales, 125, 428, 567; Western, 205, 428, 662; West Midlands, 360.

Lamberhurst, St. -Mary - 106.

Lancashire Association - 331; Blackburn, 34; Bolton, 2; Manchester, 480, 734.

Lavenham, SS. Peter and Paul - 34, 446.

Leading Articles (and correspondence relating thereto) - American Ringing Tour, 553; Are you an Habitual? 865; Are we receding? 89; Bells in Holland, 641; Bells in Music, 489; Bell Inspection, 697; Bells that have made History, 1, 19, 37, 101, 123, 171, 190, 285, 421; Breakdown (belfry lighting), 385, 430, 444, 459; Century of Service (Snowdon), 569; Dedicated to the Exercise, 73; Dove's again, 217; Eradicating a smear, 425, 459; Evercreech, 8.50 a.m., 785, 818, 820, 836; Fascination, 17; Father Time look back, 49; Film on Ringing, 641; Foundations, 833; Going up and coming down, 249; Hallowmas, 713; Hearing the Bells of Arnhem, 609, 615; Heywood, Sir Arthur, 761; Idle Thoughts of a not-so-idle Ringer, 657; E. B. J. (Rev. E. Bankes James), 169, 201; Ladies and Gentlemen - The Visitors, 569; Ladies' Jubilee, 745; Lady Scampanologists, 817; Learning to lower a bell, 441, 470; Methodists' tribute to Church Bells, 585; Missing Links, 673; Morris, Ernest, 297; Novice, 847; Our Hosts this Whitsun, 369; Ottawa's Peace Tower, 521; Outings and Outed, 489; Oxford Festival, 473; Part-time Bell Ringers, 1; Peals and the Public, 153, 190, 219; Peterborough Guild Summer Festival, 625; Points from Peals, 505; Professor discusses Ringing Speeds, 537; Quarter Peals have a Story to tell, 105; Rabbits' Guild, 33; Ringing Course at Lumley Castle, 329; Ringing on a Victory, 249; Ringing to the Glory of God, 801; Ringing to Time, 313, 389, 418, 443, 476, 557; Ringing Week, 625; Rudhalls, of Gloucester, 441; St David's Cathedral Bells, 457; Shepherd, Mr. E. C. leaves Solihull, 585; Something New, 401, 459; Stoke D'Abernon, 137; Square, Are you a? 121; Square View, 265, 333; Tennyson and Wraxall, 729; Their Towers are Desolate, 281; Tower Captain Reports, 185; Tower Captain Reports, Another, 233; Tulse, Sir Henry, and Christchurch, 121; 'Twas in Ashwater Town, 353; When the Bells stop Ringing, 457.

Leeds and District Society - 234, 315.

Leeds (Kent), St. Nicholas - 171, 203.

Leicester Diocesan Guild - 316, 507; Leicester, 387; Melton, 92, 695, 748; Syston, 759.

Leicester, St. John the Divine - 478.

Lichfield Diocesan Festival - 675.

Lincoln Diocesan Guild - 370; Central, 57; Elloe, 199, 370, 538; N., 420; W. Lindsey, 92, 370, 701, 838.

Llandaff and Monmouth Diocesan Association - 301, 369, 412; Monmouth, 199, 429, 607, 735.

London County Association - 170, 511, 854.

London - Bow Bells, ringers for, 3; City Festival, 539; St. Andrew, Holborn, 360; St. Martin Vintry, 643, 684, 804; St. Paul's Cathedral, 610, 643.

London, Greater, Practice Nights - 492.

Long Sutton, St. Mary - 52.

Loughborough College - 791.

Manaccan, St. Dunstan - 203.

Marshfield, St. Mary - 699.

Medical Ringers, Guild of - 803.

Methods, General - Experimenting with figures, 261, 285, 317, 357, 446, 524, 572, 766, 852; Falseness in Double Principles, 219; "Hybrid" Group, 337; Thurso T.B., 3.

Methods, Minimus - Review of, 6, 21, 53, 75, 157.

Methods, Doubles - St. Jude's, 777; St. Mary's, 652; St. Silvester's, 104; Various, 660, 700, 732, 766, 791.

Methods, Minor - April Day, 755; Berwyn T.B., 827; Capel T.B., 602; Central Council Collection, 869; Cheapslde Delight, 804; Crowland Delight, 196; Various Delight, 644, 678; Dorney Court, 750; Earlsheaton T.B., 395; Helvellyn Bob, 777; High Hoyland T.B., 395; Irregular, 678, 700, 716, 732, 836; Lytham, 415; Middlesex Delight, 267; Ockley T.B., 603; Pebmarsh Delight, 259; Pinehurst Bob, 28; Position of Bob, 716, 750; Rayne Delight, 243, 267; St. Nicholas, 750; Shipway, 203; Single change methods, 643, 660, 700, 732; Southwark Delight, 131; Spliced at half-lead, 804; Stirling Delight, 547; Various Surprise, 92, 124, 148, 156; Warwick Delight, 116; Westmorland Delight, 67.

Methods, Triples - Cringleford Imperial Bob, 875; Dereham Imp. Bob, 754.

Methods, Major - Croesoswalt Imperial Bob, 498, 524; Cross Stone Imp. Court Bob, 393; Deddington Hybrid, 242; Double Shipway, 124, 219, 253; Eyri, 92; Grangemouth Bob, 515; Hanley Court Bob, 688; Hitcham Del., 498; Kidderminster, 91; King's Norton Pleasure, 91, 239; Various Little, 108; Loughborough College, 108, 114; New Duffield, 53, 91, 107, 190; Various, 767; Warnham Imp. Court Bob, 619.

Methods, Surprise Major - Alloa, 597; Anglesea, 82; Ashford, 82; Avon, 342; Bedfont, 343; Bradgate, 723; Brecon, 226; Chelmsford, 482; Chichester, 618; Clerkenwell, 874; Colnbrook, 666; Crawley, 794; Cuckfield, 514; Ditchling, 689; Donington, 843; Dorset, 257; Eyryi, 92; Gateshead, 465; Greenford, 793; Hersham, 450; Houghton-le-Spring, 377; Ivinghoe, 600; Llanfair PG, 449, 476; Lemsford, 598; Mayfair, 194; Plymouth, 433; Quadring, 837; Salford, 226; Staining, 378; Sutterton, 810; Swineshead, 826; Twyford, 618; Walkerville, 83; Weardale, 687; Wellington, 837; Wychwood, 178; Xanadu, 162.

Methods, Caters - Erin, 574, 603.

Methods, Surprise Royal - Durham, 828, 858; Noseley, 161; Quedgeley, 618; Redcliffe, 81, 273; Selby, 225; Woodstock, 289.

Methods, Surprise Maximus - Lambeth, 617; Southwark, 97; Wycombe, 513.

Middlesex County Association - 334, 511, 854; N and E., 279, 519, 593, 659, 767, 788, 835.

Micheldever, St. Mary - 804.

Midland Counties Guild - 356.

Mitchell, F. M. - Memorial, 836.

Monewden, St. Mary - 123.

Morris, Ernest (see also "Obituary") - Memorial, 317, 357, 507, 540, 628, 766; Peal on every day of the year, 333; Peal record, 318.

Nelson - St. Mary, 287; St. Philip, 287.

Newquay, St. Michael - 423.

Newton Nottage, St. John the Baptist - 423, 459.

New Zealand - A.N.Z.A.B., 430, 455, 459, 736; News from, 160.

Noise Abatement in 1930 - 139.

Northallerton, All Saints - 448.

North Staffordshire Association - 59, 867.

North Wales Association - 458.

Norwich Diocesan Association - 412; E., 155, 420, 677, 855; N., 74, 487; S., 108, 314; W., 220.

Notes for Beginners - 630, 682.

Obituary Notices - Askwith, Rt. Rev. W. M., 525; Bailey, J. M., 336, 391; Bales, J. J., 869; Barnes, G. W., 551, 559; Beardsmore, H., 822; Blow, T. A., 317; Bover, B. R. J., 605; Bowers, F., 869; Boxley, A. C., 471, 487; Brags, R., 173; Brearley, J. R., 605; Brown, T. H., 399; Broyd, O. E., 605; Buckle, H. J., 853; Bull, Mrs. J., 659; Caudwell, G., 55; Chapman, F. W., 39; Cherriman, T., 771; Clough, W. J., 252; Cole, G., 551, 559; Coward, E. G. L., 111, 125, 140, 158; Deacon, F., 15; Deal, R., 39, 55, 93; Dent, A. V., 718, 771; Dent, W., 173; Derbyshire, P. H., 151, 158; Dickinson, W., 805; Drew, F. B., 452; Duffield, W. L., 419; Edge, H., 93; Eldred, H. J., 204, 223; Elkins, E. E., 125; Evans, J. W., 39; Fenn, C. R., 358, 419; Fernley, W., 629; Flint, S., 493; Gasson, J., 493; Gibbs, Very Rev. M. M., 525; Gigg, W. G., 142, 158; Glasscock, A. R., 629, 646; Goldstone, W. A., 303, 336; Goodenough, H. E. C., 502, 507; Green, R. W., 683; Griffiths, L., 837, 869; Hazzard, A., 93; Hart, W. C., 317; Hatch, M. F., 375; Henson, W., 55; Hepworth, J. V., 869; Hobbs, H. J., 391; Hobbs, J. E., 623, 646; Hogg, J., 336; Holderness, Rev. H. B., 751; Hopgood, F. H., 659; Jago, P., 223; Jaine, W. F., 303; James, Rev. G. H., 525; Jarman, A. E., 683; Jenney, H. G., 103, 111; Jones, S., 87, 93; Kendall, R., 375; King, A., 15, 79; Knights, H., 15; Lancefield, W., 487; Leaker, F. G., 559, 575; Lea, Rev. E. A., 39; Lewis, A., 204; Littlewood, E. L., 204; Mackears, A., 623; Mackinder, H., 170; Martin, W., 659; Mitchison, G. T., 19; Morris, E., 282, 297, 298, 300, 318, 330, 357; Moulden, T., 629; Needham, J., 15; Newman, T., 19; Parsons, A. E., 79; Pollard, J., 223; Prangley, E., 837; Preece, J., 303; Richardson, W. A., 605, 678; Robinson, W. I., 683; Rose, W., 869; Rumens, F. J., 223; Scarth, R. L., 419; Sellers, A. E., 629, 678; Sharpe, W. K., 336; Smith, H. H., 787; Snowdon, Miss M., 493, 507, 525, 569; Spencer, J. W., 751; Stainsby, Rev. H. H., 805; Stannard, R. W., 419; Stone, L. G., 303; Sworder, R. S., 336, 357; Symonds, W. J., 439; Taylor, J., 55; Taylor, L. T., 452; Taylor, W. H., 853; Tei, J., 452; Templeton, T., 771; Thorley, C., 287; Tillett, F. W., 493, 507; Vaisey, Dr. C. N., 575; Walters, T. C., 551, 559; Watkinson, F., 111; Welling, W., 39, 54, 55, 103; Wenban, A., 191; White, F., 623, 629; White, H. K., 93, 125; Whitford, R. J., 151, 158; Wickens, H. S., 703; Wilkins, W. H. B., 659; Williams, G. H., 237; Williams, P., 525; Willshire, C., 93, 110, 141; Wills, W. A., 869; Wilson, P., 659; Worsfold, H., 123, 140; Wright, J. W., 559.

Oxford Diocesan Guild - 473, 474, 490; E. Berks, 788, 853; N. Berks, 372; N. Bucks, 855; Sonning, 358, 436, 751.

Padbury, St. Mary - 823.

Padiham, St. Leonard - 287, 317.

Peal Ringers in 1962 - 74, 92; 100th Austin, B. 62, Barnes, J. S. 242, Brewin, G. M. 363, Capstick, A. 345, Cattermole, P. 531, 586, Collins, Miss S. R. 195, 339, Cook, J. H. 396, Cook, R. H. 708, Fairhead, B. W. 177, Faulkes, M. C. 178, Fielden, John H. 773, Fishwick, M. D. 722, Friend, D. W. 561, Galley, Rev. G. C. 649, Gardiner, Mrs. D. T. 825, Hall, C. W. 194, Hartless, J. 465, Haw, J. W. 548, Howe, M. C. 483, Kimber, S. F. 773, Knights, D. E. R. 450, Lee, A. F. 844, Penney, G. 193, Poole, E. D. 380, Schofield, Miss B. G. 681, 686, Shackleton, B. A. 843, Sharp, P. A. 61, Sibson, D. E. 341, Taylor, J. R. 483, 493, Tompkins, N. 722, Vernon, J. 564, Wylde, B. J. 665; 125th Chapman, D. A. 876, Macve, A. M. 620, Shalcross, F. 465, Warrilow, R. J. 545; 150th Davies, G. 665, Davies, W. 466, Bluff, J. H. 722, Drew, G. R. 342, Francis, G. 179, Gray, P. M. J. 841, Heighton, D. 665, King, Jacqueline, 773, Packer, G. A. 722, Peake, A. R. 564, Poyner, Mary, 342, Rogers, Mrs. O. L. 274, Wells, E. J. 859; 175th Dowse, W. H. 273; 200th Bennett, F. H. 344. Crossthwaite, C. 113, Dodds, G. 41, Fielden, J. Henry 650, Frith, D. 753, McDonald, J. 449, Morris, B. P. 413, Morris, R. G. 449, Pattison, B. 377, Ponting, S. G. 395, Poyner, A. J. 115, Price, F. C. 857, Rooke, D. H. 180, 199, Wratten, C. A. 66; 250th Castledine, J. R. 498, Harrison, E. N. 649, Hill, J. 196, Johnson, C. M. P. 810, May, H. A. 226, Mottershead, D. 497, Poyner, H. 561, Root, W. J. 773; 300th Boumphrey, L. 868, 874, Cross, T. A. 413, Dodd, G. K. 724, Harding, N. V. 467, Jarrett, C. S. 774, Oram, I. H. 620, Parker, G. R. 776, Payne, B. S. 320, Symonds, D. A. S. 688; 300th together Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Critchley, 59; 350th Bennett, S. E. 379, Dennis, T. R. 874, Howard, H. W. 211, Salter, F. A. 209; 375th Lambert, F. J. 64; 400th Gogle, B. 776, Ladd, E. J. 841, Mehew, P. 597, Smith, R. B. 292; 450th Sharp, R. J. 306; 500th Jelley, J. M. 56; 575th Jones, D. P. 738; 600th Edwards, R. G. 737, Judge, W. F. 122, 129, Reay, Miss M. 687; 650th Rogers, F. W. 98; 700th Bird, R. 620, Bray, J. 322, Lock, T. J. 378, Sone, T. E. 739, 770; 750th Acres, J. A. 773; 800th Warwick, B. G. 636; 850th Pinfold, J. 793; 900th Cannon, A. P. 433; 1,000th Worth, J. 2; 1,100th Jenkins, E. 577.

Peals - Attempt for Extent of Plain Bob Major, 443, 535, 539, 698, 786; Attempts for long lengths, 234, 286, 732, 791, 804, 821, 840; First on Handbells - New Cambridge S. Maximus, 292, York S. Major, 292, York S. Maximus, 212, Yorkshire S. Maximus, 148; Long Lengths on Church Bells, 612; Record Lengths - Doubles, 828, Rutland S. Major (10,944), 872, 874, Yorkshire S. Major (15,520), 847, 868, 874, Yorkshire S. Royal (16,920), 2, 18, 25, 34; Record number of Methods - S. Minor, 99, 148, Royal, 241, 497.

Peals rung in 1961, Summary - 284.

Peals withdrawn - 75, 156, 267, 272, 540, 628.

Penwortham, St. Mary - 442.

Personalities of the Exercise - Atkins, E. M., 570, 612; Dodd, G. K., 50; Peacock, H. S., 138; Price, A. R., 490; Roper, J. J. F., 186, 430; Segar, J., 866; Smith, R. B., 429; Wiffen, L. W., 266; Wigg, Canon C. E., 330.

Peterborough Diocesan Guild - 445, 625, 765.

Pinchbeck, St. Mary - 4.

Pleasant H., Bell Founder - 572.

Plymouth, Emmanuel - 301.

Poems - Anti-Belle, To, 804; Bells of London, 77; Christmas, 853; Creation and Recreation, 339; Distinguished Visitors, 151; Grantley Hall, 1962, 386; One Appointment, 904; Our Albert, 593; Peal for Tom, 419; Personalities, 769, 819, 870; Piece of Cake, 185; Portishead and Wraxall Outing, 1962, 525; Ringers are the Queerest Set, 510; Ringers' Hymn, 175, 590; St. Margaret's, Leicester, Bells, 389; St. Peter Mancroft Outing, 491.

Points from Peals - 505, 556, 567.

Police Guild, National - 675.

Portsea, St. Mary - 388.

Portsmouth Cathedral - 852.

Professor Dodge and the New Minor Book - 238.

Publications - Art of Handbell Ringing, 819; Belfry, The, 835; Irish Bell News, 96, 731; Music Ministry, 535; Overtones, 535, 615; Ringers' Magazine, 373, 430; Ringing Towers, 554.

Railwaymen's Guild - 301, 316, 715.

Raving Ringers - 51, 806.

Reminiscences of E. V. R. - Bradney, J., 183; Byolin, G., 236, 267; Corbett, Major E. R. Trevor, 423; Fullick, A. E., 558.

Ringing Machines - Carter's, 250; Price's, 112; Woodhouse's, 615.

Ringing Problems during the Phoney War - 268.

"Ringing World" - Accounts, 405.

Rissington, Great, St. John the Baptist - 357, 389.

Ross-on-Wye, St. Mary - 109, 157, 215.

Rotherham, All Saints - 396.

Rothersthorpe, SS. Peter and Paul - 92.

Roving Ringers - 122.

Royal Cumberland Youths. Society of - 90, 110, 519, 854.

Rudhall, Bell Founder - 389, 441, 443, 477.

Saffron Walden, St. Mary - 123, 285, 730.

St. Buryan - 253.

St. Christopher's Guild - 790.

St. David's Diocesan Guild - 138, 509, 626.

St. Martin's Guild for the Diocese of Birmingham - 77, 154, 299, 506, 730.

Salisbury Diocesan Guild - 355; Devizes, 141, 175, 255, 490, 698, 855; Dorchester, 101, 267, 554, 805; Marlborough, 141, 234, 452, 522, 554, 790, 805; N. Dorset, 199, 430, 644, 855; Salisbury, 101, 334, 543; W. Dorset, 167, 315, 478, 662, 822.

Sandhurst (Kent), St. Nicholas - 191.

Saxilby, St. Botolph - 317.

Scarborough, St. Mary - 589.

School Societies - Groton, U.S.A., 791; Radley, 790; Shebbear, 870; Stourbridge, 527; Taunton, 527; Wallingford, 648.

Schofield, S. B. - 391.

Scottish Association - 771.

Sharpe, F. - 106.

Sheffield and District Society - 125, 173, 255, 351, 420, 492, 554, 627.

Sherwood Youths, Society of - 462, 627, 789.

Shrewsbury, St. Chad - 736.

Shropshire Association - 119.

Smiths, The Story of a Ringing Family - 5, 36, 59, 78, 108, 126, 172, 222, 254, 338, 374, 494, 510, 594, 614, 680, 702, 734, 770.

Snowdon Memorial Dinner - 718.

Snowdon, Miss M. - 123, 493, 507, 525, 569.

Sottanstall, W. - 660.

Southampton, St. Michael - 733.

South Derbyshire and N. Leicestershire Association - 51, 717.

Southwell Diocesan Guild - 358, 717; Bingham, 446, 509, 595, 658, 771, 831; Mansfield, 87, 269, 627; Newark, 101, 215, 373, 487, 679, 805.

Southwell Minster - 491.

Spalding Ringers - 191.

Stafford, St. Mary - 251.

Stafford, Society for the Archdeaconry of - 139, 261, 372, 493, 735, 819.

Stained Glass - 554.

Statistics of Ringers, Church of England - 76, 89, 124, 156.

Steeplekeepers' Corner - 109, 186, 234.

Stoke D'Abernon, St. Mary - 137, 176, 224.

Stoney Stanton, St. Michael - 20, 53.

Suffolk Guild - 355; Bury St. Edmunds, 759; N.E., 109, 372; N.W., 109, 261 478, 718; S.E., 850; S.W., 109, 215, 458; W.C., 95, 269, 399.

Suffolk - Survey of Belfry Condition - 286.

Surfleet, St. Lawrence - 3, 171.

Surrey Association - 330- N., 109, 220, 301, 387, 509, 555, 627, 818; S., 819; Proposed Merger with Guildford Guild, 75, 151.

Sussex County Association - 431, 821; N., 57, 558, 759; W., 57.

Swansea and Brecon Guild - 334, 475; Radnor, 789; S., 199, 627, 866.

Swansea, St. Mary - 460, 480.

Symonds, G. E. - 234, 508.

Tamar Valley Guild of Ringers - 353.

Tavistock Deanery Festival - 751.

Tewkesbury Abbey - 112.

Thorpe Malsor, All Saints - 300.

Three-bell Towers in Lincolnshire - 835.

Thurlow, Canon A. G. G. - 372.

Tonbridge, St. Paul - 371.

Tours - Cheshire, 658, 698; Cornwall, 174, 715, 790; Cotswolds, 299; Devon, 526, 558, 586, 589, 805; East Anglia, 354, 557, 587; Herefordshire, 371, 676; Ireland, 588, 642; Isle of Wight, 731, 788; Kent, 461; Lancashire, 626; Leicestershire, 485; Lincolnshire, 661, 870; Maximus Ringing, 573; Northants, 23; Scotland, 592, 643, 678, 787; Shropshire, 662, 676; Somerset, 477, 555, 571, 646; Wales, 626, 783, 806.

Tredunnock, St. Andrew - 730, 736, 766.

Truro Diocesan Guild - 714; Mid-Cornwall, 399; Penzance, 351, 715; Stratton, 188.

Ullenhall, St. Mary - 317.

Universities Association - 56, 662.

University Associations, Guilds and Societies - Birmingham, 141, 317; Bristol, 90, 354, 526, 661; Cambridge, 220, 314, 626, 767; Durham, 388; Exeter, 823; Leeds, 632; Liverpool, 220, 387, 870; London, 106, 372, 461, 587, 767, 872; Manchester, 626; Nottingham, 155, 354; Oxford, 157, 371, 458; Reading, 319, 787; Southampton, 276, 787; Wales, 141, 231, 731, 751.

Veterans - Atkinson, F., 40, 616; Bennett, J., 128; Briggs, T., 144; Claydon, F., 304; Dale, C., 267; Dennis, T. R., 872; Eldred, H. J., 128; Elliott, J., 282; Fisher, R., 512; Flint, S., 59; Gartside, J. H., 827; Gofton, R. A., 752, 759; Gray, L. L., 632, 648; Harris, H. C., 334; Hawkins, J., 512; Hazzard, F. J., 392; Johnson, T. D., 857; Jones, S., 6; Knowles, C., 77; Langdon, H., 596; Lewis, W., 393; Moss, H., 616; Proctor, E., 471; Rodmell, L., 202; Ruck, E. S., 333; Sanders, R., 60; Scott, G., 163, 167, 648; Sherman, F., 752; Simpson, E. H., 667; Smallwood, J. F., 596; Stalham, H., 212, 241, 304, 333; Stannard, R., 8; Stitch, E., 632; Stone, W., 27; Symonds, G. E., 493, 508; Taffender, T. H., 827, 854; Turley, P. G., 512; Wilkins, W. H. B., 27; Wiltshire, C., 59; Woodley, G. C., 464.

Veterans' - Peal at Yarmouth, 493, 508; Quarter at Bathampton, 442, at Melbourn, Cambs, 554; Bygone Peal, 59.

Veterans' Reunion - in London, 427, 627; in Yorkshire, 490.

Wales Nomads, South - 748.

Waltham Abbey - 128, 701.

Warsop, SS. Peter and Paul - 492.

Weddings - Golden, Mr. and Mrs. F. Acott 544, W. Clark 258, C. A. Hughes 635, F. J. Lewis 143, S. Loach 752, S. Purcell 636, F. Ranson 240, E. D. Smith 772, W. Tate 551, C. Thompson 752, P. G. Turley 266; Ruby, Mr. and Mrs. A. Butt 132; Silver, Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Marshallsay 80.

West Country way of ringing down - 478.

Wetheringsett, All Saints - 51.

Willington, St. Stephen - 616, 643.

Winchester and Portsmouth Diocesan Guild - 506; Alton, 525; Andover, 74, 458, 717; Christchurch, 37, 124.

Worcestershire and Districts Association - 319, 749.

Wormshill, St. Giles - 235.

Worth, J. - 1,000 peals, 729.

Wraxall, All Saints - 729.

Youngsters, Up and Coming - Schofield, Miss B. G., 834; Overington, R. F., 789.

Yorkshire Association - 122, 386, 699, 718; E., 21, 279, 461, 680; S., 358, 595, 854; W., 461.

Yorkshire, Towers of West Riding - 850.

The Ringing World, No. 2700, January 18, 1963, pages 41 to 43