Interviewer: W. W. Dixon Person Interviewed: Josephine Stewart Location: Blackstock, South Carolina Place of Birth: Blackstock, South Carolina Date of Birth: May, 1853 Age: 85 Phinie Stewart, as she is known in the community where she lives, is a small, black negress, who shows her age in appearance and movements. She lives with Robert Wood, a hundred yards back of the Presbyterian Church manse at Blackstock, S.C. Robert Wood married Phinie’s niece, who is now deceased. Phinie has no property, and depends entirely on the charity of Robert Wood for her support. “Does you know where de old Bell House
BABBITT, Betsey and Samuel G. Clap, Mar. 8, 1843. Sarah P., 21, d. Willard and S., and Luther Hayward, widower [publishment of intention of marriage, omits widower], May 29, 1848. Sophia and George Copeland, Apr. 10, 1842. BACON, Alfred of Dover, and Harriett Perry, Nov. 27, 1834. Anna of Dedham, and William Kindall 1st, publishment of intention of marriage, Mar. 19, 1774. Betsy [publishment of intention of marriage, Betsey] and Jonathan Colbourn [publishment of intention of marriage, Coulbourn], May 23, 1797. Charlotte and George W. Thomas, May 28, 1840. Dean and Sybil C. Smith, publishment of intention of marriage, Nov.
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 Clan goes marching on! CHORUS: Glory to Clan Belovici! Glory to the sons of Belus! Sure, Bell is a grand old family! The Clan goes marching on! Our ancient family cherishes traditions of the past. With the world’s great movements they have all their fortunes cast. And when they pledge their honor they are loyal to the
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 Chief Baron of the Exchequer, who d. 1577; London; Newcastle; Fawe Park, CO. Cumberland; Northumberland and Cumberland; Westmoreland and Cumberland; Kirkconnel, co. Dumfries; Provosthaugh, co. Dumfries; Ealing, 1782; Fortoun, co. Haddington, 1855; Beaupre Hall, CO. Norfolk; Yorkshire. That most of these families were derived from a common stock is shown by the fact that a common feature of their Coats of Arms was three bells, and of their
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. B112 Thomas: the 4th son of Killimore, Oueen’s Co. , b. 1709; d. 1786. B113 Gamaliel: of Bellrook, Queen’s Co. , 1736-1799. B114 Capt. William, of Bellbrook: 1779-1860, m. 1st Esther Foxall (d. 1820) and had 13 ch. m. 2nd Charlotte Croun and had 5 ch. (1) William-Bl15. (2) Thomas: b. 1805. (3) Zachariah: b. 1808. (4)
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; d. 1836. C212 MATTHEW, of Bourne Park , Kent : M. A. Trin. Coll., Cambridge , 1817-1903. (1) Matthew John: 1840-1902, late Capt. 13th Light Infantry. (A) Matthew Gerald Edward, now of Bourne Park . C122. (B) Maude Cecilia: d. 1920, leaving issue. (C) Kathleen: d. 1907. (2) Edward Shurland: 1841-1861. (3) Charles George: 1843-1885; late 23rd Royal Welsh Fusiliers. (A) Shurland Beresford. (B)
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 by his eldest son. (1) Matthew: D127. (2) Charles: d. s. p. 1844. (3) Robert John: d. 1826. (4) Henry: late of Woolsington. D128. (5) Rev. John: Hon. Canon of Ripon and Rural Dean; 1805-1869. (A) Matthew: 1831-1859. (B) John: 1832-1877. (C) Robert John: 1833-1858. (D) Charles Loraine: now of Woolsington-D129. (E) Rev. Henry: Hon. Canon of Carlisle , b. 1838, ch: Henry FitiGerald (1877- 1910);
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: b. 1753. (6) Elizabeth : b. 1755. E131 WILLIAM, of the Steele, Allendale, and afterwards of Anfield House, Lanchester, Co. Durham : 1744-1818. (1) John, twin with William: b. 1779. (2) William-E132. (3) Joseph: b. 1780. (4) Thomas: 1783–1818; unm. (5) George: Jan. 9- May 25, 1788 . (6) George: b. 1789. (7) Jacob: b. 1794. (8) Ann: b. 1785. (9) Elizabeth : b.
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.: d. 1889. (5) Mary Grace: d. 1898.(6) Katherine: d. 1905; (7) Sarah: d. 1911. F136 SIR ISAAC LOWTHIAN, 1st Bart., of Rounton Grange, co. York , and Washington Hall, co. Durham : b. 1816; J. P., N. Riding, Yorks, and for Newcastle-on-Tyne ; D. C. L., LL. D., F. R. S.; Member of Parliament for Hartlepool 1875 to
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 Railway. (1) Eastman: M. C., B. A. Oxford; b. 1886. (2) Henry James: M. C., Major Surrey Yeom.; b. 1886. (3) Lucy Putnam: b. 1888; m. 1916, Maurice Fitz-Gerald. G140 SIR JAMES: created a Baronet 1895, C. B. (1917), of Marlborough Terrace, Govan, Glasgow; Vice-Lieut. for City of Glasgow ; Lord Provost of Glasgow, 1892-96; b.