Peterborough Diocesan Guild
BOUGHTON, Northamptonshire, St John the Baptist
Wednesday 26 April, 2017 in 2h41 (6-0-18 in B)
5040 Doubles (8m)
(8m: 240 Boughton B; 720 Northampton B; 6 extents each St Simon's B, St Martin's B, St Nicholas B, Winchendon P; 5 extents each Reverse Canterbury Pleasure P, Plain B)
Comp: Paul M Mason (240 & 720)
  1 Ruth Curtis
  2 Paul F Curtis
  3 Paul M Mason (C)
  4 Alan Regin
  5 Nicholas A Churchman
Rung in memory of Private Thomas Richard Earl, a ringer at this tower, who was killed in action on 4th May 1917 near Arras, France, whilst serving with the 2nd Battalion of the Warwickshire Regiment and who is remembered on the Arras Memorial. Their name liveth for evermore.
Ringing World page ref: 5534.0509

Saint Lawrence Society, Towcester
BOUGHTON, Northamptonshire, St John the Baptist
Thursday 22 July, 2010 in 2h27 (6)
5040 Stedman Doubles
  1 Ann White
  2 Barbara A King
  3 Jonathan G W King
  4 John I White
  5 Richard I Allton (C)
500th peal: 1. 50th peal: 3. First Stedman Doubles by all except 5.
In celebration of the Diamond Wedding anniversary of Harry and Sylvia Lovell, married in this church 22nd July 1950.
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Peterborough Diocesan Guild
BOUGHTON, Northamptonshire, St John Baptist
Wednesday 28 December, 2005 in 2h31 (6)
5040 Doubles (21m)
(21m: 1,2 240 Boughton B; 3-8 720 Wellingborough B; 9,10 St Simon's B; 11,12 St Martin's B; 13,14 St Osmund B; 15,16 Eynesbury B; 17,18 St Nicholas B; 19,20 Winchendon P; 21,22 St Remigius B; 23,24 Huntley P; 25,26 Westminster II B; 27,28 Blackburn P; 29,30 St Hilary B; 31,32 Dragon P; 33 New B; 34 Huntspill B; 35 St Vedast B; 36 Blaisdon B; 37,38 Reverse Canterbury Pleasure P; 39,40 Plain B; 41,42 Grandsire)
Comp: P M Mason (Arr 240 & 720)
  1 Paul M Mason (C)
  2 Michael J Dew
  3 M J 'Bill' Blowfield
  4 Nicholas A Churchman
  5 Victoria Samson
Boughton Bob Doubles:
s 5.1.2.3.5.1.2.4.5.1 (cc 954)
Ringing World page ref: 4943.0059

Saint Lawrence Society, Towcester
BOUGHTON, Northamptonshire, St John the Baptist
Sunday 8 May, 2005 in 2h20 (6-0-18)
5040 Doubles
(6m- seven extents each Stedman, Reverse Canterbury, St Simon, St Martin, Plain Bob, Grandsire)
  1 John I White
  2 Ann Wilby
  3 Joanne C Lovell
  4 Richard I Allton
  5 John M Thurman (C)
Rung on the 60th anniversary of VE Day, as a compliment to Harry Lovell on completion of 70 years service as a ringer at this church.
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Peterborough Diocesan Guild
BOUGHTON, Northamptonshire, St John Baptist
Saturday 16 August, 2003 in 2h22 (6)
5040 Doubles (7m)
(7m: 6 extents each Grandsire, St Simon's B, St Martin's B, St Nicholas B, Winchendon P, Reverse Canterbury Pleasure P, Plain B)
  1 Anne P Cook
  2 Victoria Samson
  3 Michael D Fiander
  4 Paul S Reading
  5 Paul M Mason (C)
500th peal for the Guild: 5.
Ringing World page ref: 4819.0854

Peterborough Diocesan Guild
BOUGHTON, Northamptonshire, St John the Baptist
Saturday 26 May, 2001 in 2h24 (6-0-18 in B)
5040 Doubles (14m)
(14m: 3 extents each New B, Huntspill B, St Vedast B, Blaisdon B, Westminster II B, St Nicholas B, Winchendon P, St Remigius B, Huntley P, St Simon's B, St Martin's B, St Osmund B, Eynesbury B, Plain B)
  1 Helen R Churchman
  2 Paul M Mason (C)
  3 Victoria Samson
  4 Nicholas A Churchman
  5 Michael D Fiander
50th peal of Doubles as conductor.
Ringing World page ref: 4703.0609

Peterborough Diocesan Guild
BOUGHTON, Northamptonshire, St John the Baptist
Saturday 27 October, 1962 in 2h19 (6-0-18 in B)
5040 St Jude Doubles
(Being 42 six-scores three variations)
  1 Ronald Russell
  2 Percy Amos
  3 Graham C Paul (C)
  4 Roger W Smith
  5 Alan A Paul
Variation rung for the first time.
Rung on the eve of the Festival of SS Simon and Jude: also as a thankoffering for the various works of restoration to the interior of the church (costing about £2,500) recently completed.
Ringing World page ref: 2691.0777

Peterborough Diocesan Guild
BOUGHTON, Northamptonshire, St John the Baptist
Friday 12 May, 1950 in 2h36 (6-0-18 in B)
5040 Doubles (4m)
(10 extents Antelope, 11 April Day, 10 Grandsire and 11 Plain Bob)
  1 George Care
  2 Percy Amos
  3 Horace Ringrose
  4 Kilby R Holtom
  5 Philip Jones (C)
First peal - 3. A compliment to ringer of 3, leader of the local band, upon the recent birth of a son.