Janie Bell1

Janie Bell|b. 10 Jun 1898\nd. 20 Jan 1967|p10.htm#i8330|William C. Bell|b. 24 Jun 1862\nd. 18 May 1904|p10.htm#i8322|Jeannettia Vaughn|b. 26 Aug 1867\nd. 10 Dec 1902|p97.htm#i8270|John W. Bell|b. 26 Nov 1836\nd. 11 Jan 1917|p10.htm#i4367|Julia A. (?)|b. c 1840|p2.htm#i12080|John T. Vaughn|b. c 1844\nd. 18 Dec 1909|p97.htm#i8147|Jane E. Simmons|b. 28 Feb 1846\nd. 19 Nov 1906|p75.htm#i8268|
     Janie Bell was born on 10 June 1898 at Greenville County, South Carolina.1 She was the daughter of William C. Bell and Jeannettia Vaughn.2,1 Janie married Rufus C. Hipps, son of Ben Pickens Hipps and Mary Lou Thackston, in 1914.3,4,1 Janie died on 20 January 1967 at age 68 years, 7 months and 10 days.1 She was buried at Clear Spring Baptist Church Cemetery in Simpsonville, Greenville County, South Carolina.5,1
     

Janie Bell was orphaned 18 May 1904 when her father, William, died at Greenville County, South Carolina.1,6

Citations

  1. Various compilers, Vaughn Family Group Sheets, supplied by Jim Freeman, Charleston, South Carolina, July 1999. Jim Freeman received these copies of original documents at a Bell/Vaughn family reunion, attended by descendants of David Vaughn.
  2. 1900 U. S. Census, Greenville County, South Carolina, population schedule, Butler Township, enumeration district 18, page 66A, dwelling 201, family 200, "Jannie U. Bell" [Janie Bell] in William C. Bell household; National Archives micropublication T623, roll 1529.
  3. 1920 U. S. Census, Greenville County, South Carolina, population schedule, Austin Township, enumeration district 2, dwelling 47, family 48, Rufus C. Hipps; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 1697.
  4. 1930 U. S. Census, Greenville County, South Carolina, population schedule, Fairview Township, enumeration district 2, sheet 2A (penned), dwelling 221, family 21, Rufus C. Hipps; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 2198.
  5. Bob Merritt, "Clear Spring Baptist Church Cemetery, Greenville County, South Carolina," transcription, USGenWeb Tombstone Transcription Project (http://files.usgwarchives.net/sc/greenville/cemeteries/… February 2000. Row 31, Rufus C. Hipps, born 1893, died 1978; Janie B. Hipps, born 1898, died 1967.
  6. Bob Merritt, "Clear Spring Baptist Church Cemetery, Greenville County, South Carolina", USGenWeb Tombstone Transcription Project.

Jennice Bell1

Jennice Bell|b. 10 Jun 1898|p10.htm#i8329|William C. Bell|b. 24 Jun 1862\nd. 18 May 1904|p10.htm#i8322|Jeannettia Vaughn|b. 26 Aug 1867\nd. 10 Dec 1902|p97.htm#i8270|John W. Bell|b. 26 Nov 1836\nd. 11 Jan 1917|p10.htm#i4367|Julia A. (?)|b. c 1840|p2.htm#i12080|John T. Vaughn|b. c 1844\nd. 18 Dec 1909|p97.htm#i8147|Jane E. Simmons|b. 28 Feb 1846\nd. 19 Nov 1906|p75.htm#i8268|
     Jennice Bell was born on 10 June 1898.1 She was the daughter of William C. Bell and Jeannettia Vaughn.2,1 Jennice married William C. Hawkins.1
     

Jennice Bell was orphaned 18 May 1904 when her father, William, died at Greenville County, South Carolina.1,3

Citations

  1. Various compilers, Vaughn Family Group Sheets, supplied by Jim Freeman, Charleston, South Carolina, July 1999. Jim Freeman received these copies of original documents at a Bell/Vaughn family reunion, attended by descendants of David Vaughn.
  2. 1900 U. S. Census, Greenville County, South Carolina, population schedule, Butler Township, enumeration district 18, page 66A, dwelling 201, family 200, "Jennie F. Bell" [Jennice Bell] in William C. Bell household; National Archives micropublication T623, roll 1529.
  3. Bob Merritt, "Clear Spring Baptist Church Cemetery, Greenville County, South Carolina," transcription, USGenWeb Tombstone Transcription Project (http://files.usgwarchives.net/sc/greenville/cemeteries/… February 2000.

John Henry Bell1,2,3

John Henry Bell|b. 29 Jul 1903\nd. 31 Jan 1967|p10.htm#i8336|Henry Larkin Bell|b. 5 Jan 1873\nd. 9 Mar 1963|p9.htm#i8331|Harriet S. Farmer|b. 13 Jan 1876\nd. 14 Mar 1960|p32.htm#i8332|John W. Bell|b. 26 Nov 1836\nd. 11 Jan 1917|p10.htm#i4367|Mary A. (?)|b. bt 1835 - 1836|p3.htm#i4368|||||||
     John Henry Bell was born on 29 July 1903 at South Carolina.5,1 He was the son of Henry Larkin Bell and Harriet S. Farmer.2,3,1,4 John Henry married Esther Beanchett after 1930.1 John died on 31 January 1967 at age 63 years, 6 months and 2 days.5,1 He was buried at Rocky Creek Baptist Church Cemetery in Greenville County, South Carolina.5,1

Citations

  1. Various compilers, Vaughn Family Group Sheets, supplied by Jim Freeman, Charleston, South Carolina, July 1999. Jim Freeman received these copies of original documents at a Bell/Vaughn family reunion, attended by descendants of David Vaughn.
  2. 1920 U. S. Census, Greenville County, South Carolina, population schedule, Butler Township, enumeration district 5, sheet 8B, dwelling 145, family 146, John H. Bell in Harry L. Bell household; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 1697.
  3. 1930 U. S. Census, Greenville County, South Carolina, population schedule, Butler Township, enumeration district 9, sheet 7A, dwelling 111, family 111, Henry Bell in Henry Bell household; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 2198.
  4. 1910 U. S. Census, Greenville County, South Carolina, population schedule, Gantt Township, sheet 6B, dwelling 113, family 118, John H. Bell in Hattie S. Bell household; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 1460.
  5. Greenville Chapter of South Carolina Genealogical Society, Greenville County South Carolina Cemetery Survey, Volume I (Greenville, South Carolina: A Press, 1977), page 79.

John S. Bell1

John S. Bell|b. Sep 1893|p10.htm#i17526|James Lafayette Bell|b. Oct 1868|p9.htm#i4370|Carrie (?)|b. 11 Aug 1874\nd. 7 Apr 1918|p1.htm#i17524|John W. Bell|b. 26 Nov 1836\nd. 11 Jan 1917|p10.htm#i4367|Mary A. (?)|b. bt 1835 - 1836|p3.htm#i4368|||||||
     John S. Bell was born in September 1893 at South Carolina.1 He was the son of James Lafayette Bell and Carrie (?).1

Citations

  1. 1900 U. S. Census, Greenville County, South Carolina, population schedule, Oak Lawn Township, enumeration district 42, page187A [stamped], dwelling 24, family 24, John S. Bell in Fate J. Bell household; National Archives micropublication T623, roll 1529.

John William Bell1,2

John William Bell|b. 26 Nov 1836\nd. 11 Jan 1917|p10.htm#i4367|Roland Bell|b. c 1787|p10.htm#i17519|Nancy (?)|b. c 1797|p3.htm#i17520|||||||||||||
     John William Bell was born on 26 November 1836 at North Carolina.1,5,2,6 He was the son of Roland Bell and Nancy (?).3,4 John William married first Julia A. (?) circa 1859.2 John William married second Mary Ann (?).7,6 John died on 11 January 1917 at age 80 years, 1 month and 16 days at Piedmont, Anderson County, South Carolina.1 (Click on the icon to see the death certificate image.). He was buried on 12 January 1917 at South Carolina.3

Children of John William Bell and Julia A. (?)

Children of John William Bell and Mary Ann (?)

Citations

  1. South Carolina Bureau of Vital Statistics State Board of Health, death certificate registration number 78 (11 January 1921), James William Bell.
  2. 1860 U. S. Census, Henderson County, North Carolina, population schedule, Cathey's Creek Post Office, page 452A, dwelling 1402, family 1402, J. W. Bell; National Archives micropublication M653, roll 901.
  3. South Carolina death certificate registration number 78 (11 January 1921), James William Bell.
  4. 1850 U. S. Census, Henderson County, North Carolina, population schedule, page 258B [stamped], dwelling 565, family 65, Roland Bell; National Archives micropublication M432, roll 634.
  5. 1860 U. S. Census, Henderson County, North Carolina, population schedule, Cathey's Creek P.O., page 452A, dwelling 1402, family 1402, J. W. Bell household. His given age was 23 and his given place of birth was North Carolina.
  6. 1880 U. S. Census, Greenville County, South Carolina, population schedule, Austin Township, enumeration district 88, page 217A, dwelling 315, family 315, John Bell; National Archives micropublication T9, roll 1230.
  7. 1870 U. S. Census, Greenville County, South Carolina, population schedule, Fairview Township, page 574B, dwelling 216, family 218, John W. Bell; National Archives micropublication M593, roll 1498.
  8. 1860 U. S. Census, Henderson County, North Carolina, population schedule, Cathey's Creek Post Office, page 452A, dwelling 1402, family 1402, Richard Bell in J. W. Bell household.
  9. 1870 U. S. Census, Greenville County, South Carolina, population schedule, Fairview Township, page 574B, dwelling 216, family 218, Richard A. Bell in John W. Bell household.
  10. 1880 U. S. Census, Greenville County, South Carolina, population schedule, Austin Township, enumeration district 88, page 217A, dwelling 315, family 315, Richard Bell in John Bell household.
  11. 1870 U. S. Census, Greenville County, South Carolina, population schedule, Fairview Township, page 574B, dwelling 216, family 218, William C. Bell in John W. Bell household.
  12. 1880 U. S. Census, Greenville County, South Carolina, population schedule, Austin Township, enumeration district 88, page 217A, dwelling 315, family 315, William Bell in John Bell household.
  13. 1870 U. S. Census, Greenville County, South Carolina, population schedule, Fairview Township, page 574B, dwelling 216, family 218, James L. Bell in John W. Bell household.
  14. 1880 U. S. Census, Greenville County, South Carolina, population schedule, Austin Township, enumeration district 88, page 217A, dwelling 315, family 315, Lafayette Bell in John Bell household.
  15. 1880 U. S. Census, Greenville County, South Carolina, population schedule, Austin Township, enumeration district 88, page 217A, dwelling 315, family 315, Caroline Bell in John Bell household.
  16. 1880 U. S. Census, Greenville County, South Carolina, population schedule, Austin Township, enumeration district 88, page 217A, dwelling 315, family 315, Henry Bell in John Bell household.
  17. Various compilers, Vaughn Family Group Sheets, supplied by Jim Freeman, Charleston, South Carolina, July 1999. Jim Freeman received these copies of original documents at a Bell/Vaughn family reunion, attended by descendants of David Vaughn.
  18. 1880 U. S. Census, Greenville County, South Carolina, population schedule, Austin Township, enumeration district 88, page 217A, dwelling 315, family 315, Sallie Bell in John Bell household.

Lawtice Bell1

Lawtice Bell|b. 8 Oct 1911\nd. Jun 1994|p10.htm#i8339|Henry Larkin Bell|b. 5 Jan 1873\nd. 9 Mar 1963|p9.htm#i8331|Harriet S. Farmer|b. 13 Jan 1876\nd. 14 Mar 1960|p32.htm#i8332|John W. Bell|b. 26 Nov 1836\nd. 11 Jan 1917|p10.htm#i4367|Mary A. (?)|b. bt 1835 - 1836|p3.htm#i4368|||||||
     Lawtice Bell was born on 8 October 1911 at South Carolina.1,3 She was the daughter of Henry Larkin Bell and Harriet S. Farmer.2,1 Lawtice married Eugene Mitchell.1 Lawtice died in June 1994 at age 82 years and 7 months at Greenville County, South Carolina.4

Citations

  1. Various compilers, Vaughn Family Group Sheets, supplied by Jim Freeman, Charleston, South Carolina, July 1999. Jim Freeman received these copies of original documents at a Bell/Vaughn family reunion, attended by descendants of David Vaughn.
  2. 1920 U. S. Census, Greenville County, South Carolina, population schedule, Butler Township, enumeration district 5, sheet 8B, dwelling 145, family 146, "Lautice Bell" [Lawtice Bell] in Harry L. Bell household; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 1697.
  3. 1920 U. S. Census, Greenville County, South Carolina, population schedule, Butler Township, enumeration district 5, sheet 8B, dwelling 145, family 146, "Lautice Bell" [Lawtice Bell] in Harry L. Bell household. Her given age was 9, and her given place of birth was South Carolina.
  4. Social Security Administration, "Social Security Death Index," Database, Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com), entry for Lawtice B. Mitchell, SS number 247-40-6605. The SSDI is drawn from the Social Security Death Benefits Index of the U. S. Social Security Administration.

Lillie A. Bell1

Lillie A. Bell|b. c 1898|p10.htm#i5252|Richard A. Bell|b. 25 Jan 1860\nd. 7 Mar 1910|p10.htm#i4369|Decora Sheppard|b. 20 Feb 1873|p73.htm#i5177|John W. Bell|b. 26 Nov 1836\nd. 11 Jan 1917|p10.htm#i4367|Julia A. (?)|b. c 1840|p2.htm#i12080|||||||
     Lillie A. Bell was born circa 1898 at South Carolina.1,3 She was the daughter of Richard A. Bell and Decora Sheppard.1,2

Citations

  1. 1900 U. S. Census, Greenville County, South Carolina, population schedule, Butler Township, enumeration district 18, page 62A, dwelling 127, family 133, Lille A. Bell in Richard A. Bell household; National Archives micropublication T623, roll 1529.
  2. 1910 U. S. Census, Greenville County, South Carolina, population schedule, Butler Township, enumeration district 50, sheet 9A, dwelling 155, family 145, Lillie Bell in "Corra Bell" [Decora Bell] household; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 1460.
  3. 1910 U. S. Census, Greenville County, South Carolina, population schedule, Butler Township, enumeration distirct 50, sheet 9A, dwelling 155, family 145, Lillie Bell in "Corra Bell" [Decora Bell] household. His given age was 12, and his given place of birth was Missouri.

Margaret Bell1

Margaret Bell|b. c 1822|p10.htm#i17521|Roland Bell|b. c 1787|p10.htm#i17519|Nancy (?)|b. c 1797|p3.htm#i17520|||||||||||||
     Margaret Bell was born circa 1822 at North Carolina.1 She was the daughter of Roland Bell and Nancy (?).1

Citations

  1. 1850 U. S. Census, Henderson County, North Carolina, population schedule, page 258B [stamped], dwelling 565, family 65, Margaret Bell in Roland Bell household; National Archives micropublication M432, roll 634.

Mattie Lou Bell1

Mattie Lou Bell|b. 12 Oct 1894\nd. 9 Dec 1970|p10.htm#i8328|William C. Bell|b. 24 Jun 1862\nd. 18 May 1904|p10.htm#i8322|Jeannettia Vaughn|b. 26 Aug 1867\nd. 10 Dec 1902|p97.htm#i8270|John W. Bell|b. 26 Nov 1836\nd. 11 Jan 1917|p10.htm#i4367|Julia A. (?)|b. c 1840|p2.htm#i12080|John T. Vaughn|b. c 1844\nd. 18 Dec 1909|p97.htm#i8147|Jane E. Simmons|b. 28 Feb 1846\nd. 19 Nov 1906|p75.htm#i8268|
     Mattie Lou Bell was born on 12 October 1894 at South Carolina.1 She was the daughter of William C. Bell and Jeannettia Vaughn.2,1 Mattie Lou married Thomas Pinckney Nabors.1 Mattie died on 9 December 1970 at age 76 years, 1 month and 27 days.1 She was buried on 11 December 1970 at Cannon Memorial Park in Fountain Inn, Greenville County, South Carolina.1
     

Mattie Lou Bell was orphaned 18 May 1904 when her father, William, died at Greenville County, South Carolina.1,3

Citations

  1. Various compilers, Vaughn Family Group Sheets, supplied by Jim Freeman, Charleston, South Carolina, July 1999. Jim Freeman received these copies of original documents at a Bell/Vaughn family reunion, attended by descendants of David Vaughn.
  2. 1900 U. S. Census, Greenville County, South Carolina, population schedule, Butler Township, enumeration district 18, page 66A, dwelling 201, family 200, "Mattie D. Bell" [Mattie Lou Bell] in William C. Bell household; National Archives micropublication T623, roll 1529.
  3. Bob Merritt, "Clear Spring Baptist Church Cemetery, Greenville County, South Carolina," transcription, USGenWeb Tombstone Transcription Project (http://files.usgwarchives.net/sc/greenville/cemeteries/… February 2000.

Miles Lafarr Bell1

Miles Lafarr Bell|b. 6 May 1901\nd. 24 Sep 1988|p10.htm#i8335|Henry Larkin Bell|b. 5 Jan 1873\nd. 9 Mar 1963|p9.htm#i8331|Harriet S. Farmer|b. 13 Jan 1876\nd. 14 Mar 1960|p32.htm#i8332|John W. Bell|b. 26 Nov 1836\nd. 11 Jan 1917|p10.htm#i4367|Mary A. (?)|b. bt 1835 - 1836|p3.htm#i4368|||||||
     Miles Lafarr Bell was born on 6 May 1901 at South Carolina.5,6,7,8 He was the son of Henry Larkin Bell and Harriet S. Farmer.2,3,1,4 Miles Lafarr married Gladys Theone Slaton after 1930.1 Miles died on 24 September 1988 at age 87 years, 4 months and 18 days.8 He was buried at Rocky Creek Baptist Church Cemetery in Greenville, Greenville County, South Carolina.9
     

Miles was also known as Mac Bell.1

Citations

  1. Various compilers, Vaughn Family Group Sheets, supplied by Jim Freeman, Charleston, South Carolina, July 1999. Jim Freeman received these copies of original documents at a Bell/Vaughn family reunion, attended by descendants of David Vaughn.
  2. 1920 U. S. Census, Greenville County, South Carolina, population schedule, Butler Township, enumeration district 5, sheet 8B, dwelling 145, family 146, Miles Bell in Harry L. Bell household; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 1697.
  3. 1930 U. S. Census, Greenville County, South Carolina, population schedule, Butler Township, enumeration district 9, sheet 7A, dwelling 111, family 111, Miles Bell in Henry Bell household; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 2198.
  4. 1910 U. S. Census, Greenville County, South Carolina, population schedule, Gantt Township, sheet 6B, dwelling 113, family 118, Miles L. Bell in Hattie S. Bell household; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 1460.
  5. 1910 U. S. Census, Greenville County, South Carolina, population schedule, Gantt Township, sheet 6B, dwelling 113, family 118, Miles L. Bell in Hattie S. Bell household. His given age was 9 and his given place of birth was South Carolina.
  6. 1920 U. S. Census, Greenville County, South Carolina, population schedule, Butler Township, enumeration district 5, sheet 8B, dwelling 145, family 146, Miles Bell in Harry L. Bell household. His given age was 19 and his given place of birth was South Carolina.
  7. 1930 U. S. Census, Greenville County, South Carolina, population schedule, Butler Township, enumeration district 9, sheet 7A, dwelling 111, family 111, Miles Bell in Henry Bell household. His given age was 29 and his given place of birth was South Carolina.
  8. Find-a-Grave (http://www.findagrave.com). Find A Grave Memorial# 8502851.
  9. Find-a-Grave.

Richard A. Bell1,2,3

Richard A. Bell|b. 25 Jan 1860\nd. 7 Mar 1910|p10.htm#i4369|John William Bell|b. 26 Nov 1836\nd. 11 Jan 1917|p10.htm#i4367|Julia A. (?)|b. c 1840|p2.htm#i12080|Roland Bell|b. c 1787|p10.htm#i17519|Nancy (?)|b. c 1797|p3.htm#i17520|||||||
     Richard A. Bell was born on 25 January 1860 at North Carolina.6,7,8,9 He was the son of John William Bell and Julia A. (?).4,1,5 Richard A. married Decora Sheppard circa 1888 at South Carolina.2 Richard died on 7 March 1910 at age 50 years, 1 month and 10 days at South Carolina.10,9

Children of Richard A. Bell and Decora Sheppard

Citations

  1. 1870 U. S. Census, Greenville County, South Carolina, population schedule, Fairview Township, page 574B, dwelling 216, family 218, Richard A. Bell in John W. Bell household; National Archives micropublication M593, roll 1498.
  2. 1900 U. S. Census, Greenville County, South Carolina, population schedule, Butler Township, enumeration district 18, page 62A, dwelling 127, family 133, Richard A. Bell; National Archives micropublication T623, roll 1529.
  3. Find-a-Grave (http://www.findagrave.com). Find A Grave Memorial# 8475579.
  4. 1860 U. S. Census, Henderson County, North Carolina, population schedule, Cathey's Creek Post Office, page 452A, dwelling 1402, family 1402, Richard Bell in J. W. Bell household; National Archives micropublication M653, roll 901.
  5. 1880 U. S. Census, Greenville County, South Carolina, population schedule, Austin Township, enumeration district 88, page 217A, dwelling 315, family 315, Richard Bell in John Bell household; National Archives micropublication T9, roll 1230.
  6. 1860 U. S. Census, Henderson County, North Carolina, population schedule, Cathey's Creek Post Office, page 452A, dwelling 1402, family 1402, Richard Bell in J. W. Bell household. His given age was 9 months and his given place of birth was South Carolina.
  7. 1870 U. S. Census, Greenville County, South Carolina, population schedule, Fairview Township, page 574B, dwelling 216, family 218, Richard A. Bell in John W. Bell household. His given age was 9 and his given place of birth was South Carolina.
  8. 1880 U. S. Census, Greenville County, South Carolina, population schedule, Austin Township, enumeration district 88, page 217A, dwelling 315, family 315, Richard Bell in John Bell household. His given age was 20 and his given place of birth was South Carolina.
  9. Find-a-Grave.
  10. 1910 U. S. Census, Greenville County, South Carolina, population schedule, Butler Township, enumeration district 50, sheet 9A, dwelling 155, family 145, Lillie Bell in "Corra Bell" [Decora Bell] household; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 1460. Richard A Bell's son Commodore was born about 1902, and Decora (Cora) Bell was enumerated as a widow on the 1910 U. S. Census.
  11. 1900 U. S. Census, Greenville County, South Carolina, population schedule, Butler Township, enumeration district 18, page 62A, dwelling 127, family 133, Lille A. Bell in Richard A. Bell household.
  12. 1910 U. S. Census, Greenville County, South Carolina, population schedule, Butler Township, enumeration district 50, sheet 9A, dwelling 155, family 145, Commodore Bell in "Corra Bell" [Decora Bell] household.

Roland Bell1,2

     Roland Bell was born circa 1787 at North Carolina.2 Conflicting evidence places his birth at Ireland.3 Roland married Nancy (?).2

Children of Roland Bell and Nancy (?)

Citations

  1. 1830 U. S. Census, population schedule, Buncombe County, North Carolina, page 272 [penned], Rowland Bell; National Archives micropublication M19, roll 118.
  2. 1850 U. S. Census, Henderson County, North Carolina, population schedule, page 258B [stamped], dwelling 565, family 65, Roland Bell; National Archives micropublication M432, roll 634.
  3. South Carolina Bureau of Vital Statistics State Board of Health, death certificate registration number 78 (11 January 1921), James William Bell.
  4. 1850 U. S. Census, Henderson County, North Carolina, population schedule, page 258B [stamped], dwelling 565, family 65, Margaret Bell in Roland Bell household.
  5. 1850 U. S. Census, Henderson County, North Carolina, population schedule, page 258B [stamped], dwelling 565, family 65, Sarah Bell in Roland Bell household.
  6. South Carolina death certificate registration number 78 (11 January 1921), James William Bell.

Ruth Bell1

Ruth Bell|b. c 1907|p10.htm#i17528|James Lafayette Bell|b. Oct 1868|p9.htm#i4370|Hattie A. (?)|b. c 1878|p2.htm#i14113|John W. Bell|b. 26 Nov 1836\nd. 11 Jan 1917|p10.htm#i4367|Mary A. (?)|b. bt 1835 - 1836|p3.htm#i4368|||||||
     Ruth Bell was born circa 1907 at South Carolina.1 She was the daughter of James Lafayette Bell and Hattie A. (?).1

Citations

  1. 1910 U. S. Census, Anderson County, South Carolina, population schedule, Williamston Township, enumeration district 68, page 1A [penned], dwelling 5, family 5, Ruth Bell in J. L. Bell household; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 1448.

Sallie Bell1

Sallie Bell|b. c 1876|p10.htm#i4426|John William Bell|b. 26 Nov 1836\nd. 11 Jan 1917|p10.htm#i4367|Mary Ann (?)|b. bt 1835 - 1836|p3.htm#i4368|Roland Bell|b. c 1787|p10.htm#i17519|Nancy (?)|b. c 1797|p3.htm#i17520|||||||
     Sallie Bell was born circa 1876 at South Carolina.1 She was the daughter of John William Bell and Mary Ann (?).1

Citations

  1. 1880 U. S. Census, Greenville County, South Carolina, population schedule, Austin Township, enumeration district 88, page 217A, dwelling 315, family 315, Sallie Bell in John Bell household; National Archives micropublication T9, roll 1230.

Sarah Bell1

Sarah Bell|b. c 1830|p10.htm#i17522|Roland Bell|b. c 1787|p10.htm#i17519|Nancy (?)|b. c 1797|p3.htm#i17520|||||||||||||
     Sarah Bell was born circa 1830 at North Carolina.1 She was the daughter of Roland Bell and Nancy (?).1

Citations

  1. 1850 U. S. Census, Henderson County, North Carolina, population schedule, page 258B [stamped], dwelling 565, family 65, Sarah Bell in Roland Bell household; National Archives micropublication M432, roll 634.

T. O. Bell1,2,3

T. O. Bell|b. 29 Apr 1896\nd. 15 Mar 1931|p10.htm#i8333|Henry Larkin Bell|b. 5 Jan 1873\nd. 9 Mar 1963|p9.htm#i8331|Harriet S. Farmer|b. 13 Jan 1876\nd. 14 Mar 1960|p32.htm#i8332|John W. Bell|b. 26 Nov 1836\nd. 11 Jan 1917|p10.htm#i4367|Mary A. (?)|b. bt 1835 - 1836|p3.htm#i4368|||||||
     T. O. Bell was born on 29 April 1896 at South Carolina.3 He was the son of Henry Larkin Bell and Harriet S. Farmer.1,2,3,4 T. died on 15 March 1931 at age 34 years, 10 months and 15 days at South Carolina.5,3 He was buried at Rocky Creek Baptist Church Cemetery in Greenville County, South Carolina.5

Citations

  1. 1920 U. S. Census, Greenville County, South Carolina, population schedule, Butler Township, enumeration district 5, sheet 8B, dwelling 145, family 146, T. O. Bell in Harry L. Bell household; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 1697.
  2. 1930 U. S. Census, Greenville County, South Carolina, population schedule, Butler Township, enumeration district 9, sheet 7A, dwelling 111, family 111, T. O. Bell in Henry Bell household; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 2198.
  3. Various compilers, Vaughn Family Group Sheets, supplied by Jim Freeman, Charleston, South Carolina, July 1999. Jim Freeman received these copies of original documents at a Bell/Vaughn family reunion, attended by descendants of David Vaughn.
  4. 1910 U. S. Census, Greenville County, South Carolina, population schedule, Gantt Township, sheet 6B, dwelling 113, family 118, T. O. Bell in Hattie S. Bell household; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 1460.
  5. Greenville Chapter of South Carolina Genealogical Society, Greenville County South Carolina Cemetery Survey, Volume I (Greenville, South Carolina: A Press, 1977), page 79.

Thomas J. Bell1

Thomas J. Bell|b. Nov 1888|p10.htm#i14115|William C. Bell|b. 24 Jun 1862\nd. 18 May 1904|p10.htm#i8322|Jeannettia Vaughn|b. 26 Aug 1867\nd. 10 Dec 1902|p97.htm#i8270|John W. Bell|b. 26 Nov 1836\nd. 11 Jan 1917|p10.htm#i4367|Julia A. (?)|b. c 1840|p2.htm#i12080|John T. Vaughn|b. c 1844\nd. 18 Dec 1909|p97.htm#i8147|Jane E. Simmons|b. 28 Feb 1846\nd. 19 Nov 1906|p75.htm#i8268|
     Thomas J. Bell was born in November 1888 at South Carolina.1 He was the son of William C. Bell and Jeannettia Vaughn.1
     

Thomas J. Bell was orphaned 18 May 1904 when his father, William, died at Greenville County, South Carolina.2,3

Citations

  1. 1900 U. S. Census, Greenville County, South Carolina, population schedule, Butler Township, enumeration district 18, page 66A, dwelling 201, family 200, Thomas J. Bell in William C. Bell household; National Archives micropublication T623, roll 1529.
  2. Various compilers, Vaughn Family Group Sheets, supplied by Jim Freeman, Charleston, South Carolina, July 1999. Jim Freeman received these copies of original documents at a Bell/Vaughn family reunion, attended by descendants of David Vaughn.
  3. Bob Merritt, "Clear Spring Baptist Church Cemetery, Greenville County, South Carolina," transcription, USGenWeb Tombstone Transcription Project (http://files.usgwarchives.net/sc/greenville/cemeteries/… February 2000.

William Bryon Bell1

William Bryon Bell|b. 1899\nd. 1962|p10.htm#i8334|Henry Larkin Bell|b. 5 Jan 1873\nd. 9 Mar 1963|p9.htm#i8331|Harriet S. Farmer|b. 13 Jan 1876\nd. 14 Mar 1960|p32.htm#i8332|John W. Bell|b. 26 Nov 1836\nd. 11 Jan 1917|p10.htm#i4367|Mary A. (?)|b. bt 1835 - 1836|p3.htm#i4368|||||||
     William Bryon Bell was born in 1899 at South Carolina.2,1 He was the son of Henry Larkin Bell and Harriet S. Farmer.2,1,3 William Bryon married Carrie Henry.1 William died in 1962 at age 63 years.1 He was buried at Rocky Creek Baptist Church Cemetery in Greenville County, South Carolina.1

Citations

  1. Various compilers, Vaughn Family Group Sheets, supplied by Jim Freeman, Charleston, South Carolina, July 1999. Jim Freeman received these copies of original documents at a Bell/Vaughn family reunion, attended by descendants of David Vaughn.
  2. 1920 U. S. Census, Greenville County, South Carolina, population schedule, Butler Township, enumeration district 5, sheet 8B, dwelling 145, family 146, "Bryan Bell" [William Bryon Bell] in Harry L. Bell household; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 1697.
  3. 1910 U. S. Census, Greenville County, South Carolina, population schedule, Gantt Township, sheet 6B, dwelling 113, family 118, William B. Bell in Hattie S. Bell household; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 1460.

William C. Bell1,2,3

William C. Bell|b. 24 Jun 1862\nd. 18 May 1904|p10.htm#i8322|John William Bell|b. 26 Nov 1836\nd. 11 Jan 1917|p10.htm#i4367|Julia A. (?)|b. c 1840|p2.htm#i12080|Roland Bell|b. c 1787|p10.htm#i17519|Nancy (?)|b. c 1797|p3.htm#i17520|||||||
     William C. Bell was born on 24 June 1862 at North Carolina.6,3 He was the son of John William Bell and Julia A. (?).1,4,5 William C. married Jeannettia Vaughn, daughter of John Thomas Vaughn and Jane Elizabeth Simmons, circa 1884 at South Carolina.2,3 William died on 18 May 1904 at age 41 years, 10 months and 24 days at Greenville County, South Carolina.3,6 He was buried at Clear Spring Baptist Church Cemetery in Simpsonville, Greenville County, South Carolina.7
     

Other evidence indicates that William's name may have been William Charles Bell.8

William was widowed 10 December 1902 at the age of 40, when his wife, Jeannettia, died at South Carolina.3,6

Children of William C. Bell and Jeannettia Vaughn

Citations

  1. 1870 U. S. Census, Greenville County, South Carolina, population schedule, Fairview Township, page 574B, dwelling 216, family 218, William C. Bell in John W. Bell household; National Archives micropublication M593, roll 1498.
  2. 1900 U. S. Census, Greenville County, South Carolina, population schedule, Butler Township, enumeration district 18, page 66A, dwelling 201, family 200, William C. Bell; National Archives micropublication T623, roll 1529.
  3. Various compilers, Vaughn Family Group Sheets, supplied by Jim Freeman, Charleston, South Carolina, July 1999. Jim Freeman received these copies of original documents at a Bell/Vaughn family reunion, attended by descendants of David Vaughn.
  4. 1880 U. S. Census, Greenville County, South Carolina, population schedule, Austin Township, enumeration district 88, page 217A, dwelling 315, family 315, William Bell in John Bell household; National Archives micropublication T9, roll 1230.
  5. 1870 U. S. Census, Greenville County, South Carolina, population schedule, Fairview Township, page 574B, dwelling 216, family 218, William C. Bell in John W. Bell household. William Bell's mother was born in North Carolina, and John W. Bell's second wife was born in South Carolina. Since it is believed that John W. Bell married his second in1870, it is likely that Julia A. Bell is his mother.
  6. Bob Merritt, "Clear Spring Baptist Church Cemetery, Greenville County, South Carolina," transcription, USGenWeb Tombstone Transcription Project (http://files.usgwarchives.net/sc/greenville/cemeteries/… February 2000.
  7. Bob Merritt, "Clear Spring Baptist Church Cemetery, Greenville County, South Carolina", USGenWeb Tombstone Transcription Project.
  8. Betty Ann (Freeman) Ritts (Charleston, South Carolina), interview by Cheryl Freeman, 3 July 2003.
  9. 1900 U. S. Census, Greenville County, South Carolina, population schedule, Butler Township, enumeration district 18, page 66A, dwelling 201, family 200, Ellie L. Bell in William C. Bell household.
  10. 1900 U. S. Census, Greenville County, South Carolina, population schedule, Butler Township, enumeration district 18, page 66A, dwelling 201, family 200, James H. Bell in William C. Bell household.
  11. South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control, death certificate registration number 65 006626 (not recorded), James Herbert Bell; South Carolina Office of Vital Records & Public Health Services, Columbia, South Carolina. His father's name was given as C. W. Bell.
  12. 1900 U. S. Census, Greenville County, South Carolina, population schedule, Butler Township, enumeration district 18, page 66A, dwelling 201, family 200, Thomas J. Bell in William C. Bell household.
  13. 1900 U. S. Census, Greenville County, South Carolina, population schedule, Butler Township, enumeration district 18, page 66A, dwelling 201, family 200, Essie E. Bell in William C. Bell household.
  14. 1900 U. S. Census, Greenville County, South Carolina, population schedule, Butler Township, enumeration district 18, page 66A, dwelling 201, family 200, Ethel A. Bell in William C. Bell household.
  15. 1900 U. S. Census, Greenville County, South Carolina, population schedule, Butler Township, enumeration district 18, page 66A, dwelling 201, family 200, "Mattie D. Bell" [Mattie Lou Bell] in William C. Bell household.
  16. 1900 U. S. Census, Greenville County, South Carolina, population schedule, Butler Township, enumeration district 18, page 66A, dwelling 201, family 200, "Jennie F. Bell" [Jennice Bell] in William C. Bell household.
  17. 1900 U. S. Census, Greenville County, South Carolina, population schedule, Butler Township, enumeration district 18, page 66A, dwelling 201, family 200, "Jannie U. Bell" [Janie Bell] in William C. Bell household.

Charley Belton1

     Charley Belton was born in April 1872 at North Carolina.1 Charley married Cenia Ann Cox, daughter of Hugh Cox and Mary Jones, circa 1892.1

Children of Charley Belton and Cenia Ann Cox

Citations

  1. 1900 U. S. Census, Carroll County, Virginia, population schedule, Pipers Gap District, enumeration district 7, page 15A [penned], dwelling 272, family 277, Charlie A. Belton; National Archives micropublication T623, roll 1704.
  2. 1900 U. S. Census, Carroll County, Virginia, population schedule, Pipers Gap District, enumeration district 7, page 15A [penned], dwelling 272, family 277, Guy C. Belton in Charlie A. Belton household.
  3. 1900 U. S. Census, Carroll County, Virginia, population schedule, Pipers Gap District, enumeration district 7, page 15A [penned], dwelling 272, family 277, Porter L. Belton in Charlie A. Belton household.

Guy C. Belton1

Guy C. Belton|b. Jun 1895|p10.htm#i5182|Charley Belton|b. Apr 1872|p10.htm#i9213|Cenia Ann Cox|b. Dec 1873|p21.htm#i600|||||||Hugh Cox|b. 22 Jun 1831\nd. 31 Jul 1911|p22.htm#i267|Mary Jones|b. 1835|p46.htm#i274|
     Guy C. Belton was born in June 1895 at Virginia.1 He was the son of Charley Belton and Cenia Ann Cox.1

Citations

  1. 1900 U. S. Census, Carroll County, Virginia, population schedule, Pipers Gap District, enumeration district 7, page 15A [penned], dwelling 272, family 277, Guy C. Belton in Charlie A. Belton household; National Archives micropublication T623, roll 1704.

Porter L. Belton1

Porter L. Belton|b. Dec 1898|p10.htm#i9002|Charley Belton|b. Apr 1872|p10.htm#i9213|Cenia Ann Cox|b. Dec 1873|p21.htm#i600|||||||Hugh Cox|b. 22 Jun 1831\nd. 31 Jul 1911|p22.htm#i267|Mary Jones|b. 1835|p46.htm#i274|
     Porter L. Belton was born in December 1898 at Virginia.1 He was the son of Charley Belton and Cenia Ann Cox.1

Citations

  1. 1900 U. S. Census, Carroll County, Virginia, population schedule, Pipers Gap District, enumeration district 7, page 15A [penned], dwelling 272, family 277, Porter L. Belton in Charlie A. Belton household; National Archives micropublication T623, roll 1704.

John Benham1,2

     John married Mary Hobbs.3,4 John died before 1802 at Virginia.5

Children of John Benham and Mary Hobbs

Citations

  1. Hattie Byrd Muncy Bales, Early Settlers of Lee County, Virginia and Adjacent Counties, Volume II (Greensboro, North Carolina: Media, Inc. Printers and Publishers, 1977), page 560.
  2. Pansylea Wilburn, Missouri to Cheryl Freeman, e-mail, 2003, Fletcher, privately held by Cheryl Freeman; Dallas, Texas.
  3. Wilburn to Freeman, e-mail, 2003.
  4. Ada Grace Catron, Early Records of Lee County, Virginia, Volume II (No place: Ada Grace Catron, 1972), page 302.
  5. Hattie Byrd Muncy Bales, Early Settlers of Lee County, Virginia and Adjacent Counties, Volume II, page 560, citing Deed Book 1-301. Drury Fletcher purchased land from the heirs of John Benham in 1802.
  6. "Virginia Marriages, 1740-1850," subscription database, original data, Jordan R. Dodd et. al, compilers, Early American Marriages: Virginia to 1850 (Bountiful, UT: Precision Indexing Publishers, no date), Ancestry (http://www.ancestry.com): 1997.
  7. Hattie Byrd Muncy Bales, Early Settlers of Lee County, Virginia and Adjacent Counties, Volume II, page 560, citing Deed Book 1-301.

John Benham1,2

John Benham|b. bt 1782 - 1783|p10.htm#i14434|John Benham|d. b 1802|p10.htm#i1646|Mary Hobbs||p42.htm#i4384|||||||||||||
     John Benham was born between 1782 and 1783 at Virginia.2 He was the son of John Benham and Mary Hobbs.1,3
     

John Benham was a cograntor in the conveyance of 120 acres to Drury Fletcher on 21 June 1802.3

Citations

  1. Hattie Byrd Muncy Bales, Early Settlers of Lee County, Virginia and Adjacent Counties, Volume II (Greensboro, North Carolina: Media, Inc. Printers and Publishers, 1977), page 560, citing Deed Book 1-301.
  2. Edmund West, "Family Data Collection - Births," subscription database, Ancestry (http://www.ancestry.com): 2001.
  3. Ada Grace Catron, Early Records of Lee County, Virginia, Volume II (No place: Ada Grace Catron, 1972), page 302.

Sarah Benham1

Sarah Benham|b. c 1769|p10.htm#i3952|John Benham|d. b 1802|p10.htm#i1646|Mary Hobbs||p42.htm#i4384|||||||||||||
     Sarah Benham was born circa 1769 at Virginia.2,3 She was the daughter of John Benham and Mary Hobbs.1,2 Sarah married Drury Fletcher on 6 July 1786 at Washington County, Virginia.4,1,5,6 Sarah married second Edward Wilburn.7
     

Other evidence indicates that Sarah's name may have been Sarah Ann Benham.2

Sarah was a cograntor with Drury Fletcher in the conveyance of land at Washington County, Virginia, on 23 August 1788. This was the land Drury purchased from Joel Hobbs in 1786.8,9

Sarah and Drury Fletcher were divorced in 1809 at Lee County, Virginia. Drury Fletcher's divorce petition stated that his wife, Sarah "without any cause or evil treatment" eloped with and married Edward Wilburn.10

Children of Sarah Benham and Drury Fletcher

Citations

  1. "Virginia Marriages, 1740-1850," subscription database, original data, Jordan R. Dodd et. al, compilers, Early American Marriages: Virginia to 1850 (Bountiful, UT: Precision Indexing Publishers, no date), Ancestry (http://www.ancestry.com): 1997.
  2. Pansylea Wilburn, Missouri to Cheryl Freeman, e-mail, 2003, Fletcher, privately held by Cheryl Freeman; Dallas, Texas. Citing information sent her 30 years earlier by Virginia Ruff, daughter of Katherine Cox Montague.
  3. Edmund West, "Family Data Collection - Births," subscription database, Ancestry (http://www.ancestry.com): 2001.
  4. Lewis Preston Summers, Annals of Southwest Viriginian 1769-1800 (Abdingdon, Virginia: Lewis Preston Summers, 1920), Washington County, page 1261. 1786, July 6, Fletcher, Drury [to] Sarah Benham, Minister, John Frost.
  5. Hattie Byrd Muncy Bales, Early Settlers of Lee County, Virginia and Adjacent Counties, Volume II (Greensboro, North Carolina: Media, Inc. Printers and Publishers, 1977), page 560.
  6. "Member Search," Database online, Daughters of the American Revolution (http://services.dar.org/Public/DAR_Research/search_member/), accessed Drury Fletcher, Ancestor A203242.
  7. Pylant Family Tree (http://ww.pylantfamilytree.org).
  8. Hattie Byrd Muncy Bales, Early Settlers of Lee County, Virginia and Adjacent Counties, Volume II, page 560, citing Deed Book 1-100.
  9. Lewis Preston Summers, Annals of Southwest Virginia, Washington County, page 1283.
  10. Hattie Byrd Muncy Bales, Early Settlers of Lee County, Virginia and Adjacent Counties, Volume II, page 561.
  11. "Fletcher Family Website," surname web site, Fletcher (www.genealogy.fletcher.net).
  12. Ruth Fletcher Wiley, Fletcher Family Group Sheet, supplied by Ruth Wiley, Weatherford, Texas, 2005.

Vincent Benham1

Vincent Benham|b. bt 1770 - 1779|p10.htm#i14435|John Benham|d. b 1802|p10.htm#i1646|Mary Hobbs||p42.htm#i4384|||||||||||||
     Vincent Benham was born between 1770 and 1779 at Virginia.3 He was the son of John Benham and Mary Hobbs.1,2
     

Vincent Benham was a cograntor in the conveyance of 120 acres to Drury Fletcher on 21 June 1802.2

Citations

  1. Hattie Byrd Muncy Bales, Early Settlers of Lee County, Virginia and Adjacent Counties, Volume II (Greensboro, North Carolina: Media, Inc. Printers and Publishers, 1977), page 560, citing Deed Book 1-301.
  2. Ada Grace Catron, Early Records of Lee County, Virginia, Volume II (No place: Ada Grace Catron, 1972), page 302.
  3. Edmund West, "Family Data Collection - Births," subscription database, Ancestry (http://www.ancestry.com): 2001.

William Benham1

William Benham|b. bt 1771 - 1779|p10.htm#i14436|John Benham|d. b 1802|p10.htm#i1646|Mary Hobbs||p42.htm#i4384|||||||||||||
     William Benham was the son of John Benham and Mary Hobbs.1,2
     

William Benham was a cograntor in the conveyance of 120 acres to Drury Fletcher on 21 June 1802.2

Citations

  1. Hattie Byrd Muncy Bales, Early Settlers of Lee County, Virginia and Adjacent Counties, Volume II (Greensboro, North Carolina: Media, Inc. Printers and Publishers, 1977), page 560, citing Deed Book 1-301.
  2. Ada Grace Catron, Early Records of Lee County, Virginia, Volume II (No place: Ada Grace Catron, 1972), page 302.

Anny Berry1

     Anny Berry was born in 1785 at Madison County, Kentucky.2 Anny married Thomas Turner, son of John Turner and Rebecca Smith, on 28 January 1814 at Madison County, Kentucky.3,4 Anny died in 1833 at age 48 years.2

Citations

  1. Jordan Dodd, "Kentucky Marriages to 1850," subscription database, Ancestry (http://www.ancestry.com): 1997.
  2. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, "Ancestral File", database, FamilySearch (http://www.familysearch.org), The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, (Online: Intellectual Reserve, Inc., (1999-2003). Anny Berry [AFN: 15LM-T91]. Information in Ancestral File should be verified with other sources whenever possible.
  3. Bill Vockery and Kathy Vockery, Madison County, Kentucky Marriage Records, 1786-1822, Volume I (Richmond, Kentucky: B. & K. Vockery, 1993), page 84.
  4. Kentucky Historical Society compiler, Kentucky Marriage Records, Part I, from the Register of the Kentucky Historical Society (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Company, 1983), page 521.

Polly Berry1

     Polly Berry was born circa 1806 at Kentucky.2 Polly married Hybert L. Brink, son of Philip Brink and Ann (?), on 24 August 1849 at Boone County, Missouri.1

Citations

  1. "Ancestry World Tree," family tree, Ancestry (http://www.ancestry.com).
  2. 1850 U. S. Census, Boone County, Missouri, population schedule, District 8, page 359B, dwelling 456, family 456, Polly Brink in "Hibord L. Brink" [Hybert L. Brink] household; National Archives micropublication M432, roll 392.

Mr. (?) Best1

     (?) married Winefred Webb.1

Citations

  1. Donna Ryan, Pollard GEDCOM, supplied by Donna Ryan, 13 August 1995.
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