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George Bell (of Rhyl)

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George Bell (c1837- ), Surveyor, of Rhyl, North Wales

1865 Married at St. Asaph to Margaret Ann Davies

1871 Living at 7 Vale Road, Rhyl: George Bell (age 34 born Scotland), Land Surveyor and Valuer. With his wife Margaret A. Bell (age 34 born Ruthin, Denbighshire) and their three children; Sybilla M. Bell (age 5 born Rhyl); Walter E. Bell (age 3 born Rhyl); and Ada A. Bell (age 1 born Rhyl). Two servants.[1]

1901 Living at Cummer House, Rhyl: George Bell (age 64 born Dunfriesshire), Land Surveyor and Civil Engineer - Surveyor for St. Asaph Rural Council - Widower. Also his daughter Ermine M. Bell (age 25 born Rhyl) and his sister-in-law Jane E. Davies (age 66 born Ruthin).[2]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1871 Census
  2. 1901 Census