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Thomas Bell was in Roxbury , Mass. , in 1635, and was made a freeman there in 1636. He left Roxbury about 1654 and died in England .

James Bell was in Taunton about 1650. He had children born in Taunton: Jane, July 4, 1658; John, August 15, 1660; James, July 10, 1663; Nathaniel, January 7, 1665; Sarah, September 15, 1666; Elizabeth, November 15, 1668; Mary, July 7, 1669 (?); Joseph, June 27, 1670; Esther, August 15, 1672.

Philip Bell was in Boston in 1668.

Shadrach Bell of Portsmouth, N. H., had, by his wife Rachel: Shadrach, born July 3, 1685; Elizabeth, March 19, 1687; Meschek, January 29, 1690; Benjamin, August 5,1695; Thomas, May 12, 1690.

Thomas Bell, of Boston , 1637, was a member of the artillery company in 1643. Children: John, August 24, 1638 ; John, March 4, 1640 ; Tarbitha, March 24, 1641; Thomas, August 3, 1642; Hopestill, July, 1644; Moremercy, January 14, 1647; Deborah, November 29, 1650; Joseph, October 9, 1653. Thomas Bell was in Stonington , Conn. , 1667-79.

Robert Bell was of Hartford , Conn. , in 1683. He died July 29, 1684 . Children: John, Robert and Mary.

Thomas Bell was of Fairfield County , Conn. , in 1670, and died before January, 1686.

John Bell was in Sandwich , Mass. , in 1643 and in Yarmouth in 1657. Daughters: Elizabeth and Mary.

Abram Bell was a planter in the New Haven colony in 1643.

John Bell, aged thirteen, embarked in the ship Hopewell , William Burdick, master, for New England , probably in 1635.

William Bell, a resident of Andover , Mass. , was a soldier in the French and Indian war and was captured by the Indians, but was afterward exchanged. Lived in Hancock, N. H.

Hugh Bell, son of William Bell, was born in Andover in 1770. He settled in Society Land , which was afterward Francestown, N. H., and died there in 1851. He had three sons and other children.

John Bell of Southington , Conn. , died October 27, 1776 . Children: Elizabeth, September 27, 1728; Ruth, Elinah, Huldah, John, August 13, 1734; Rachel, Solomon, September 25, 1738; Hezekiah, July 19, 1740; Elisha, September 5, 1743; Rebecca.

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