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The Bell family in Dumfriesshire

James Steuart

The Bell family in Dumfriesshire

by James Steuart

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Published by M.B. Reigard in Huffman, Tex. (1321 Gum Tree Lane Huffman 77336) .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementJames Stuart [i.e. Steuart].
Classifications
LC ClassificationsMicrofilm 88/5339 (C)
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination98 p., [1] leaf of plates
Number of Pages98
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2176021M
LC Control Number88953351

The pass to Canada was issued at Fort Edward near Albany, New York, on August 5th and worded as follows -- "Permit the bearer, William Bell of Argyle Town, to pass with his family and effects. He has taken the oath of his Excellency General Burygone manifesto and oath of allegiance at Fort Edward the 5th day of August ". Rate this book. Clear rating. 1 of 5 stars 2 of 5 stars 3 of 5 stars 4 of 5 stars 5 of 5 stars. Crow Country by. Mark Cocker. avg rating — ratings. Want to Read saving The Bell Family in Dumfriesshire by. James Steuart. avg rating — 0 ratings. Want to Read saving.

The Bell Family has recently been reissued by Vintage Childrens Classics, with a darling cover designed by Alice Tait, and I was able to borrow a copy from my local library. The novel follows, as the title suggests, the Bell family, who are carrying out their Number 87 on my Classics Club list, The Bell Family by Noel Streatfeild was first /5. For generations, the Bells were settled in Middlebie, Dumfriesshire and Berwickshire, although a family of the name was also connected with the church of Dunkeld in Perthshire, an Andrew Bell and Thomas dictus Bell being Canons, and a William Bell serving as Dean.

The Bell Family of Dumfriesshire A book which covers the Scottish Border family of Bell is The Bell Family in Dumfriesshire by James Steuart. The author’s original intent was to record the pedigree of his maternal ancestors, the Bells of Crurie who were offshoots of the Bells of Crowdieknowe. Bell, Ann, Born Nov 04 in Dalton, Dumfriesshire, Scotland, Died Jul 11 in Dumfries, Dumfriesshire, Scotland Bell, Betsy May, Born Feb 05 in Dubbo, New South Wales, Australia, Died Dec 12 in Nhill, VIC Bell, Elizabeth, Born Aug 28 in Cumberland, England, Died Dec 19 in Little Dyke Dalton Dumfriesshire Scotland Bell.


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The following is excerpted from The Bell Family in Dumfriesshire, written in by James Steuart. Only copies of this book were published. Only copies of this book were published.

It appears now impossible to ascertain when the Bells first got a footing in Dumtriesshire. The Bell family in Dumfriesshire. [James Steuart, writer to the signet.] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search Bell family.; Bell family. Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: James Steuart, writer to the signet.

Find more The Bell family in Dumfriesshire book about: OCLC Number:   Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published.

The Bell family in Dumfriesshire by James Steuart,M.B. Reigard edition, in Pages: The Bell family in Dumfriesshire Paperback – January 1, by James Steuart (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.

Price New from Author: James Steuart. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Reprint. Originally published: The Bell family in Dumfriesshire / by James Steuart. Dumfries: R. The Bell family in Dumfriesshire by James Steuart; 3 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Genealogy; Places: Dumfriesshire (Scotland); People: Bell family.

Pride in family history must be encouraged for it tends to strengthen the moral obligations, elevate the individual character, broaden our patriotism and give each a sense of Clan/Family history and pride." Attributions: Col. William H.

Bell, President Emeritus, Clan Bell International, Ltd. My mother called them the "mad Bells from Middlebie" apparently border reivers. my great grandmother was Jessie Bell (b. ) gggrandparent was Robert Bell(b) & his father was david b Jessie Bell married Philip Little from Gretna & they also moved to Carlisle (but via Motherwell as Philip was a train driver & was moved about).

Several days were spent in looking up the Bell family history. One of the best sources of information was the library of The Society of Genealogists, Chaucer House, Malet Place, London, W.C Of particular interest there was a book published in "The Bell Family in Dumfriesshire" by James Steuart.

Unfortunately the book is out of print. The Bell Family In Dumfriesshire by James Steuart. Steuart’s original intent was to record the pedigree of his maternal ancestors, the Bells of Crurie, offshoots of the Bells of Crowdieknowe; however, the gathering of data expanded the project and Mr.

Steuart was invited to submit a paper on the Bell Family to the Dumfriesshire and. Andrew Bell (son of Margaret Bell) and his family Andrew Bell (53) Jeanie (26), John (22), George (20), Patrick (12), William (3) and Annie (1) See original document.

Scotland Census - Cummertries, Dumfriesshire Jane Bell (daughter of Margaret Bell and granddaughter of Isabella Bell) & John Scott and family. John Scott (62), Jane (62) and. Bell Coat of Arms and Bell Family Crest.

Learn about the history of this surname and heraldry from our database and online image library. View the world's largest online library of coat of arms meanings and artwork. Family crest and coat of arms information for the surname Bell. The book Homes of Family Names by H.B. Guppy.

The Bell Family: The family originate from Annandale, North Cumberland and Liddesdale. Today, the Bells are particularly numerous in Northumberland. There are various theories of the origin of the name Bell. Among those suggested are, the shortened form of Isabel, from the old French town of Belle and from an inn sign ‘The Bell.’.

Hightae, Lochmaben: James RICHARDSON: 26 May Order now: Dumfries SC15/7/ Jemima BECK Lochside, Lochmaben: Mathew RAE: 20 Jan Order now: Dumfries SC15/7/ Agnes BELL Templand Village, Lochmaben, Dumfriesshire: John SHORT: 18 Sep Order now: Jedburgh SC62/7/ Janet BELL 59 Princes Street, Lochmaben: George CRAIG: 21 Sep.

The Bell Family in Dumfriesshire. First published as Volume II, Records of the Western Marches, by the Dumfriesshire and Galloway Natural History and Antiquarian Society. Reprinted by Clan Bell Descendants, Scotpress, Morgantown, West Virginia, USA.

Pages Accessed 18 Feb jhd ↑ Annandale Book, I, cxxvi, cited by Steuart. Clan Bell is an Amazing Family. Clan Bell North America (CBNA) is the organization formed from a line of Bell family organizations starting in the s to the present, and CBNA is recognized by the IRS as a c3 organization.

Clan Bell has been a driving force in the history that makes Scotland so fascinating. Last year this book was referred to me by J. Elton Bell, author of several Bell books. Though the book relates to Canadian Bells, it gives a very detailed account of his Bell searches in Scotland and in particular Ireland, Counties Antrim, Caven, Down,etc.

With regard to Augusta Co. VA Bells, the new book "Sir Robert Bell and his VA. The historical families of Dumfriesshire and the border wars by Grahame, F. Publication date [] Topics Dumfriesshire (Scotland) -- History, Borders of Scotland, Scotland -- Genealogy, genealogy Publisher Dumfries: Anderson & son Collection cdl; americana Digitizing sponsor MSNPages: This book now on CD contains pages and a map.

The Bells were a major family in the Dumfriesshire region of Scotland, and for many centuries, they played an important role in Border matters. This is a history of that family extending over the centuries and emphasizing its role in local and national affairs.

The surname Bell was first found in Dumfriesshire, where they held a family seat from ancient times, long before the Norman Conquest in Early references to the name in England include Ailuuardus filius Bell listed in the Domesday Book of in Suffolk; Hugo Bel who was in Winton, Hampshire in ; Serlo Belle listed in the Pipe Rolls.

It includes: Matte finish cover durable pages White paper Strong Binding 6 x 9 inches If you are looking for a different book, don't forget to click the author's / publisher's name for other great journal Specifics: This Awesome Journal / Notebook is .Bell Roots: Our Early History, Paperback – Janu by Mr.

James Elton Bell (Author), Mrs. Frances Jean Bell (Author) A historical and genealog ical book that covers more than a millennium of time with many spellings of the Bell family along with a pattern of their European, English, Scottish and Irish migration movements to North America and the West Indies colonies.Search The Phone Book from BT to find contact details of people across the UK.

The Phone Book ; The Phone Book BELL in Dumfries (Dumfriesshire) A Bell. 68 Dercongal Road. Holywood Dumfries DG2 0RG. Daniel Bell. 11 Glentrool Road.

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