PULFORIK|1907-12-18|The Chester Courant and Advertiser for North Wales - Welsh Newspapers Online
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LOCAL GOVERNMENT JOTTINGS.…

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FRODSHAM PARISH REGISTERS.…

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THE CHESHIRE ASSOCIATION.

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PULFORIK THE BELLS' FAREWELL.—A true peal was rung on the parish ohuroh bolls by eight members of the Chester Diocesan Guild of Change Ringers on Wednesday night. They na-ng Parker's twelve-part peal of grandsiro triples (5,040 changes) in two hours and 49 minutes. The following took part:—Henry W. Wildo (Eccleston), treble; George Jones (Pul- ford), 2nd; Robert Spelling (Chester), 3rd; Geo. Pierce (Gresford), 4th; Thomas Newell (Wrex- ham), 5th; Walter Thomas (Pulford), 6th; Edwin H. Lewis (Widncs), 7th; and James Mor- gan, of Pulford, tenor. The peal was conduo- tOO by Edwin H. Lewis, and was rung as a birthday and farewell salute to Waiter Thomas, who is an old member of the Guild, and who is leaving the parish shortly. This is the first time this peaJ has been rung on the pariah church bells. 4

HOLT AND FARNDON.

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NANTWICH.

WREXHAM.

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BUNBURY.

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NESTON.

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MALPAS.

UPTON.

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