From the Belfry records December 1914

A Muffled Quarter Peal
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On Thursday evening December 10th 1914, a muffled quarter peal of Grandsire Doubles was rung as a last mark of respect to Private Albert Workman, who lost his life owing to a bullet wound received in the war; and was buried in the afternoon of the above date with full military honours. This was rung by the following ringers:-
George Packer – Treble       Edward Jefferies - 4th
Frank Ponting – 2nd       Harry Barratt – 5th
Henry D. Newman – 3rd       Victor Hathaway - Tenor
Conducted by Edward Jefferies

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