F. H. Bell fonds

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F. H. Bell fonds

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  • 1872-1939 (Creation)
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    Bell, F.H., 1855-1940

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(1855-1940)

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Francis Hugh Bell was born 6 August 1855 at Halifax, Nova Scotia, where he later became a barrister. He married M. Leila Steede (1862-1933) of Hamilton, Bermuda. They had at least two children, a daughter Barbara and a son, Hugh. Bell was a member of the Royal Nova Scotia Yacht Squadron and closely involved with the Marblehead to Halifax races. Frank H. Bell died in 1940.

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Fonds consist of: Barrister's papers, manuscripts, correspondence, and lessons

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Part of Barbara Bell accession.

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See also Barbara Bell fonds and M. Leila Bell fonds.

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F. H. Bell Estate papers (1941-1945) available.

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