Commemorating the life of Anthony Joseph Fennemore

From towers to trenches, we remember Anthony Joseph Fennemore

Memorial CandleSeptember’s Branch Autumn Meeting took place at Bradwell. The bells were rung in memory of three WW1 North Bucks ringers: Edmund John Webb from Maids Moreton who died on the 15th August 1915, William George Spires from Bradwell and Anthony Joseph Fennemore from Leckhampstead who both died on the 25th September 1915.

There was a good turnout of ringers and the ringing ranged from Plain Bob to Surprise Minor.

After the ringing more people joined the service which was focused on ringing, ringers and the war.  The Branch WW1 Memorial Candle was lit during the service and information on both men was displayed next to the Candle.

Special Ringing

The following quarter peals were rung to commemorate the death of Anthony Joseph Fennemore.

Peterborough Diocesan Guild
Leckhampstead, Buckinghamshire
Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary
Friday 25 September 2015
5040 Doubles
4m: 10 extents each St Simon’s, St Martin’s and Grandsire, 12 extents Plain Bob.

1  Michael Maughan
2  Judith M Rogers
3  Robin H Rogers
4  Murray A Coleman (c)
5  Alan Regin

Rung to commemorate the life of Anthony J Fennemore, a ringer at this church and great uncle of Robin Rogers, who died serving this country in the Battle of Loos on the 25th September 1915.

2,000th peal – 3.

1,000th as conductor for the Guild.

Leckhampstead Peal Band