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Bell of Beltour

HENRY BELL of ASCHAM m. (2nd) Agnes Brogan (b. Cardiff , Wales ). Andrew Bell, his son, had two sons and a daughter, Hugone. One son, Hugh Bell, was knighted by Edward I in 1306 and appears in list of Knights as “Hugo filius Henrici” with his brother...

Isaac Bell

I144 CONAN, KING OF ALL WALES, father of: I145 PRINCESS ESSYLT: m. Merefyn Frych, KING OF ANGLESEY, k. 843, had: I146 RHODRI-MAWR, KING OF ALL WALES : d. A. D. 876; m. Lady Angharad, dau. of Melrig ap Dynwal. His son was: I147 CAIIELL, Prlnce of South Wales: m....

Prominent Bells of America, Past Generations

Following are some of the prominent persons by the name Bell , in America , of past generations: ALEXANDER GRAHAM BELL, inventor of the telephone, physicist: b. Edinburgh, Scotland, 1847; s. Alexander Melville B-; educated at Edinburgh Univ. and London Univ.; removed...

American Bell Families

Many pioneers bearing the name of Bell were in the provinces of New England as early as 1643, in New Jersey before 1680, and in Pennsylvania about 1682. To Virginia several of the name came from Scotland between 1642 and 1720. Most of these emigrants were from...

Prominent American Bells of Today

1929 Following are some of the prominent Bells of the United States of today: ARCHIE BELL, author, Cleveland, O.; Bennett D., Judge; Bernard Iddings, college president, Annandale-on-Hudson . N. Y.; Charles James, banker, Washington, D. C.; Charles Webster,...

New Hampshire Bells

Matthew Bell was born in Kirk Connell, on the river Nith in the northwestern part of Dumfrishire , Scotland . He emigrated to the northern part of Ireland in the latter part of the seventeenth century and was in the city of Londonderry when that place was besieged in...

Bells Towns, Etc.

There are in the United States, towns as follows, known or believed by the writer to have been named for persons by the name Bell : BELL: Cal, Fla., N.M., Penna.; BELL CITY: La. , Mo.; BELL RANCH: N. M.; BELL SPRINGS: Cal.; BELLTOWN: Tenn.; BELLVALE: N. Y.; BELLVILLE:...

Charlestown Mass. Bells

Thomas Bell, merchant, from London , England , lived on the Town Hill in 1655. Abraham Bell, waterman, was in New Haven in 1643 and came to Charlestown in 1647. It appears by the town records that he was “cast away 31 Dec., found 4th [Jan.], buried 7th...

Bell Census of 1790

The following Bells resided in the respective colonies as shown by the census records of 1790, now on file in the Census Office at Washington , D. C. The figure following each name indicates the number of times that the name appears in the records. CONNECTICUT :...

Stamford , Connecticut Bells

Francis Bell, with his wife Rebecca, was among the first settlers of Stamford in 1640. He was a lieutenant of the militia in 1643 and a representative to the general court. Died January 8, 1689 . Children: Jonathan, September, 1641, the first white child born in...
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