Commemorative offer of FREE eBook biography of Joseph Bell

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Marking the 103rd anniversary of the sinking of R.M.S. Titanic and the death of the Chief Engineer Joseph Bell on the 15th April 1912, we are making available for users of this site for free, the ebook version of our biography of him.  It is titled ‘Tarn to Titanic: Life and Times of Joseph Bell Chief Engineer’ by Barrie Bell Hodgson and Ann Freer.

We would hope that readers will find the book interesting adding to your knowledge of his life and times, that began in Farlam, Cumberland, on the 12th of March 1861 and ending on the 15th of April 1912. Click here to download and read the eBook.

 

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4 Responses to “Commemorative offer of FREE eBook biography of Joseph Bell”

  1. HNW Says:

    Thank you for the opportunity to read this wonderful book. May Chief Engineer Bell and his staff continue to rest in peace knowing that they will never be forgotten. May God bless them and their families forever.

    HNW

    • castlehead Says:

      Thanks for your appreciation of our book about Joseph Bell. We do indeed hope to ensure they the Engineers are not forgotten. Best wishes Barrie Hodgson

  2. Joy Svendsen Says:

    Thank you for sharing this book with us. I am researching the Coptic and your mentions of it were very helpful. I congratulate you on your well written, well presented, interesting story of Joseph Bell. joybellsfamily@paradise.net.nz

    • castlehead Says:

      It is kind of you to express you appreciation on having read’ Tarn to Titanic’, as well as finding it helpful with your research into ‘Coptic’. Would be pleased to have sight of your research when you have completed the project. Barrie Hodgson

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