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George Bell of Blount and Washington Counties, Tennessee and his descendents through his two sons, John B. and Samuel S. Bell

by Craig L. Foster
Books/Monographs/Book with Film
English
Layton, Utah : [Craig L. Foster], 1992
i, 31 leaves. : geneal. table, maps.

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George Bell (d. 1839) was probably born in Virginia or eastern Tennessee George was the father of at least three sons and five daughters. Two of George's sons, Samuel S. (1799-1862) and John B. (1792-1870) moved to Iowa before 1843. John B. and his family settled in Louisa County while Samuel S. and his family eventually moved to Boone County. In 1851 John C. Bell ( 1827-1902), son of Samuel S., and Elizabeth J. Bell (1826-1912), daughter of John B., were married in Louisa County. They were the parents of nine children and eventually settled in McAlester, Oklahoma. Some of the families which married into the Bells were the McCrays, Loves, Barcrofts, Duncans, Alexanders and Roarks. Known descendents live in Utah, California and Texas.

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