Bell family records and notes: Caroline and Orange counties, Virginia, 1932.


Bell family records and notes: Caroline and Orange counties, Virginia, 1932.

Mrs. Evans transcribed the 1804 will of John Bell, Caroline County, Virginia and an extract of the 1776 will of William Bell, Orange County, Virginia. John Bell left his estate to his nieces Susannah (Suckey) Rowe, Elizebeth Jones, Nelly Wright, Fanny Smith, and nephews James, Robert, and Harry Wright. William Bell left his estate to his sons John Miller Bell, James Miller Bell, Henry Bell, William Bell, Thomas Bell, daughters Elizabeth Shepherd, Polly Winslow, Susannah Madison, brother John Bell, sisters Mary Wright, Susan Rowe, Elizebeth Bledsoe, daughter Kitty Bell, granddaughter Polly Shepherd, and the children of his sister Milley Cave. Mrs. Evans' letter to State Librarian H.R. McIlwaine includes Bell family history.

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