The Bell Family Tree [Revised & Updated 27th November 2016]

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Updated 27th Nov 2016

 

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BELL FAMILY TREE RESEARCHED BY ANN FREER : (Last updated on Feb 15th 2015):

 

 

14 Responses to “The Bell Family Tree [Revised & Updated 27th November 2016]”

  1. Mary Baird Says:

    My gt gt gt gt gt grandmother Rachel Bell was born in Farlam in 1725. She was baptised on 26/02/1725 & died in 1808. Her father Jon Bell was born in Farlam around 1700. I am wondering whether I am related to this Bell family. I have been interested reading about Joseph Bell, chief engineer on the Titanic in this week’s Cumberland News.

  2. kirsty Says:

    my 4Th cousin was Joseph bell

  3. penny Says:

    I would like to know if Joseph and N.S.W Bell are kin if so who is N.S.W. parents
    email me and let me know taz42442@yahoo.com

    • castlehead Says:

      Hello Penny, I really have no idea who N.S.W. Bell is.
      If you let me have some details about who he or she is, I will have a look to see if I can help.

  4. Updated Bell Family Tree | Joseph Bell, Chief Engineer on the R.M.S. Titanic Says:

    […] Please see the new seven people that have been added to the Bell Family Tree, by click here. […]

  5. Alison Lowe Says:

    My relative Jane Milburn married George Bell Thompson. Does anyone have any information on the Milburn family.

    My ancestors came from Liverpool and the owned farms in the Yorkshire Dales and fruit shops in Liverpool..

    • castlehead Says:

      Am unable to shed any light on this for you, but have forwarded your query onto someone may be able to help you.

  6. RODERICK DILLMAN Says:

    Did any of Mr. Bell’s relatives ever emigrate to Nova Scotia,Canada? My grandmother’s maiden name was BELL. I was always told that some of my ancestors came from Ireland and was wondering if there’s any connection. Any information would be a great help. Thank you.

    • castlehead Says:

      Thanks for your enquiry about your Bell relatives. So far as Joseph Bell and family are concerned I am unaware of any connection with Ireland. I know that the Bell name is very prevalent in Northern Ireland, and as you will know there are quite a lot of them to go through when doing family history. Good luck with your research and hope that you found this site of interest to you.

  7. Harrison Says:

    My great great grandad was Joseph Bell. We have pictures all over our home of this legend. add Derek Smith underneath Gilbert. Derek had two children Harrison (me) and Sam. Both twins. Thank you.
    🙂 Please get in touch

    • castlehead Says:

      Thank you very much for contacting me explaining your family connection with Joseph Bell. I have passed on your info to Ann Freer who is the originator of the family tree you refer to. If it is possible for you to send me digitally any family images of Derek, yourself and Sam, that I could add to the website, that would be good?

  8. sarah Says:

    I was wondering if im related to joseph bell. A lot of the family names are very, very familiar. My great, great grandmother was Icena Bell born 1882 in durham and married george henry bagshaw (b.1883) in Cardiff in 1904.

    • castlehead Says:

      As far as we know, the history of Joseph Bell’s family does not have a Icena Bell, or any record of George Henry Bashaw. The surname Bell in family research is so numerous, and especially so in Cumberland as it was known, that it takes a lot of sorting out. Sorry not be more helpful and good luck with your research for the future.

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