Surname: Bell

Battle Hymn of the Bells

TUNE: Battle Hymn of the Republic There’s something strong and mighty in a good old family name. And the name of Bell shines very high upon the scroll of fame. For those who bear the name of Bell pursue a lofty aim. The...

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General Armory

Belview, co. fermanagh, granted 1819; Overton, co. York; Bourne Park, Kent; Thirsk Gall, co. York; Woolsington Hall,Northumberland; Sunderland, co. Durham; Berkshire and Buckinghamshire; Exxex; Essex; Glouchestershire; Jamaica;...

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Bell of Pendell Court

B108 JOHN BELL, of Greatworth, Northamptonshire. B109 James, of Greatworth: settled in Ireland 1658. B110 John, of Mountmellick, Queen’s Co. : b. England ; d. 1690. B111 Thomas: b. at Mountmellick, 1672; d. Dublin , 1758;...

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Bell of Bourne Park

C117 MATTHEW BELL, of Kendal, Westmorland. C118 JOHN, of Kirkland , Kendal: 1687-1740. C119 MATTHEW 1733-1766. C120 JOHN, F. R. S.: b. 1765, attained great eminence at the Chancery Bar, and was made king’s Counsel, 1815;...

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Bell of Woolsington

D123 MATTHEW BELL, of Newcastle-on-Tyne : b. 1677. D124 MATTHEW, Alderman of Newcastle : Mayor, 1757. D125 MATTHEW, of Woolsington: d. 1811. D126 MATTHEW, of Woolsington: High Sheriff of Northumberland, 1797; d. 1811; succeeded...

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Morrison-Bell of Otterburn Hall

E130 JOHN BELL, of Nether Steele, and previously of Blackbank, both in Allendale, Northumberland: m. 1744, Elizabeth Kirk, of Allendale. (1) William-E131. (2) John: b. 1750. (3) Mary: b. 1745-6. (4) Margaret: b. 1747. (5) Ann:...

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Bell of Rounton Grange

F135 THOMAS BELL, Alderman of Newcastle-on-Tyne , Northumberland: b. Lowhurst, near Carlisle , 1784; d. 1845, buried Jesmond, Newcastle . (1) Sir Isaac Lowthian: 1st Bart.-F136. (2) Thomas: of Crosby Court, co. York ; 1817-1894....

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Bell of Mynthurrt and Bell of Glasgow

G138 ARCHIBALD BELL, of Glasgow : 1780-1850. (1) John, of Glasgow : 1806-1881. (A) Sir Henry: created a baronet 1909-G139. (B) Sir James.-G140. G139 SIR HENRY: 1st baronet of Mynthurst, Reigart, Surrey , J. P., b. 1848; Director...

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Religions of the Bells

For several centuries nearly all the Bells lived in England, Scotland and Ireland. Most of the Scotch and, likewise, the Bells were and are of the Presbyterian faith. Practically all the Bells who went from Scotland to the North...

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Ancient Bell Families

One of the earliest known “Bell” ancestors was Belus, the first high priest and architect of the Temple of Bel in Babylonia, 2600 B.C. (Tower of Babel).This Belus was son of Namrut and appears in the Bible as Accad...

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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...

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Bell of Thirsk

A101 RALPH BELL. A102 Robert, of Sowerby: 1615-1711. A103 Ralph, of Sowerby: d. s. p. 1735. He was succeeded by his nephew. A104 Ralph Consett, of Brawith Hall, who assumed under his uncle’s will, the surname of Bell : d....

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