C. J. Bell family diaries, 1878-1932.
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Charles James Bell was born in Walden, Vermont, on March 10, 1845, the fifth child of James Dean Bell and Carolyn Warner Bell. He served in Co. B, Fifteenth Vermont Volunteers, and Company C, First Vermont Cavalry during the Civil War. Bell held many offices in town and state, including school director, selectman, Secretary of the Board of Agriculture, and Secretary of the Cattle Commissioners. Bell ran a "progressive farm," described by The Vermonter (1901) as "one of Vermont's model farms, wid...
Epithet: brother of Chichester Bell British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000834.0x0000ed Charles J. Bell of Walden, Vt., enlisted in the 15th Vermont Regiment, Co. B, September 8, 1862, and was mustered out August 5, 1863. He then enlisted in Co. C of the 1st Vermont Regiment Cavalry on August 17, 1864. He was promoted corporal November 19, 1864; wounded April 8, 1865; and was mustered out June 21, 1865. ...