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Week of May 26, 2014

This week, 3 peals and 5 quarters in 7 different methods were reported from 3 locations.

Locations: Washington (5), Quebec City (2), Frederick.

Methods: Cambridge Surprise Minor, Yorkshire Surprise Major, Stedman Caters (2), Plain Bob Doubles, Grandsire Caters, Grandsire Triples, Stedman Triples.

A new report goes up every Wednesday containing performances through the previous Sunday. To get your performances up as soon as possible, please post them through the NAG form at Campanophile by Wednesday night.

North American Guild
Quebec City, Canada (Cathedral of the Holy Trinity)
On Saturday, 24 May 2014 in 50 minutes (14 cwt - 0-23)
1Douglas H Kitson
2Elaine Gosden
3Mark Gosden
4Noah Smith
5Roy Smith
6Philip Goodyer (C)
Rung as part of the Quebec City May Ringing Weekend.
Last revised on 29 May 2014

North American Guild (Not yet verified by the Peal Secretary)
Washington, District of Columbia (Old Post Office Tower)
On Saturday, 24 May 2014 in 3 hrs 21 min (26 cwt)
C Adams
1John Mabe
2Lian von Wantoch
3Linda D Rankin
4Christine C Darby
5Eric T Jacobson
6Thomas H Schutt
7Robert G Gibson
8Simon S Meyer (C)
A peal to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Washington National Cathedral peal bells. This is the final peal on the Congressional Bells of the Old Post Office Pavilion until renovations are complete, expected by 2016.
First peal of Surprise on tower bells — 2.
Last revised on 30 May 2014

Washington, District of Columbia (Cathedral Church of St Peter and St Paul)
On Saturday, 24 May 2014 in 3 hrs 33 min (32 cwt)
David E Parsons (No. 5 – "The Washington Peal")
1Heather A Kippin
2Susan M O'Neill
3Michael R Harrison
4Beth Sinclair
5Edward J Futcher (C)
6Alexander T Taft III
7Richard S Dirksen
8Robert C Kippin
9Timothy J Barnes
10Robert Bannister
Rung, to the same composition as the dedication peal, to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the dedication of Gloria in Excelsis Tower and its ring of bells.
Last revised on 30 May 2014

North American Guild
Quebec City, Canada (Saint Matthew's (La Bibliothèque))
On Sunday, 25 May 2014 in 45 minutes
1Andrea Falk
2Christian J Haller
3Kamal A Marhubi
4Philip Goodyer (C)
5René Moisan
6Roy Smith
First inside: #3 and #5. Rung as part of the Quebec City May Ringing Weekend.
Last revised on 29 May 2014

Washington, District of Columbia (Cathedral Church of St Peter and St Paul)
On Sunday, 25 May 2014 in 56 min (32 cwt)
1Donald F Morrison (C)
2Maggie Fanfani Willans
3William Willans
4Margaret Simpson
5David C H Simpson
6Raymond D Helliwell
7Callum Crofton
8John J Ford
9Simon S Meyer
10Philip Merrill
Rung for Sunday service, and as part of the 50th Anniversary celebrations for these bells.
Last revised on 2 June 2014

North American Guild
Washington, District of Columbia (Old Post Office Tower)
On Monday, 26 May 2014 in 57 min (13 cwt)
Roger Bailey
1Robert Bannister
2Tina Hitchings (C)
3John Hitchings
4Lian von Wantoch
5Paul Timmel
6Gregory J Watson
7John Mabe
8Thomas H Schutt
To commemorate Memorial Day, the 50th Anniversary of the Washington National Cathedral Peal Bells, and the final quarter peal on these bells until renovations are complete.
Last revised on 26 May 2014

North American Guild (Not yet verified by the Peal Secretary)
Washington, District of Columbia (Cathedral Church of St Peter and St Paul)
On Monday, 26 May 2014 in 3 hrs 22 min (32 cwt)
David E Parsons (No. 5 — "The Washington Peal")
1Quilla Roth
2Donald F Morrison
3Cecily W Rock
4Carolyn V Ormes
5Meredith A Morris
6Frederick DuPuy
7David E House (C)
8Richard C Offen
9John I White
10Simon S Meyer
Rung, to the same composition as the dedication peal, to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the dedication of Gloria in Excelsis Tower and its ring of bells.
Circled the tower – 2.
Last revised on 27 May 2014

North American Guild
Frederick, Maryland (Calvary United Methodist Church)
On Monday, 26 May 2014 (9 cwt)
William Willans
1Linda D Rankin
2John Hitchings
3Tina Hitchings
4Margaret Simpson
5Lian von Wantoch
6David C H Simpson
7Bill Kollar (C)
8Kathryn E Tucker
For Memorial Day, and as part of the 50th Anniversary celebrations for the Washington National Cathedral bells.
Last revised on 27 May 2014