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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. (3) John: 1818-1888. (4) Henry, J. P.:...

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 of the Buenos Ayres Great Southern...

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; London; Haughley, co. Suffolk; Lord...

Prominent British Bells, Past Generations

Following are some of the prominent people by name of Bell in the British Empire , past generations. ALEXANDER MONTGOMERIE BELL (1808-1866), writer on law: s. John B-, a mfr. of Paisley; studied at Univ. of Glasgow; admitted member of Society of Writers to the Signet,...

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; had issue with ten daus., four sons....

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 of Ireland, and their descendants,...

Prominent British Bells of Today

1929 The following prominent Bells of the British Empire are listed in WHO’S WHO (British) CAPT. ADOLPHUS EDMUND BELL , London ; Lieut-Comdr. Archibald Colquhoun; Archibald Graeme, London; Lt.-Col. Arthur Hugh; Arthur William, Guernsey, England; Rev. Benjamin,...

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 or Akad, son of Nimrod. This family also...

Calvin Howard Bell Family

H142 HENRY I, KING of FRANCE: m. Anne of Russia, daughter of Jaroslaus, Grand Duke of Russia , and had: (1) Prince Hugh the Great; Count de Vermandois (brother of Philip I, King of France ), who m. Lady Adela, daughter of Hubert, fourth Count de Vermandois and Troyes...

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...
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