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Francis Leo "Lee" Bell
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Birth: May 21, 1921
Preston County
West Virginia, USA
Death: Dec. 10, 1967
Glen Burnie
Anne Arundel County
Maryland, USA

Francis Leo "Lee" Bell was born to Carl Grover Bell and Iva Myrtle (Knotts) Bell Lee. Lee's siblings are: Hilda Margaret (Bell) DeWitt, Nellie Irene (Bell) Knight, Clarence Bell, Virginia Mary (Bell) Gibson, and Thelma L. (Lee) Spencer.

Lee was first married to Mary Elizabeth Cumpston they became the parents of Franklin Leo Bell. After his divorce from Mary, Lee married Mary Ann (Larrimore) Carraway on 1 November 1952, and became the step-father of James Henry Carraway and Carol Ann Carraway. Lee and Mary Ann became the parents of Patricia Lee (Bell) Roy and Deborah Lynn Bell.

Lee died unexpectedly from a heart attack at that age of 46.

Family links: 
  Carl Grover Bell (1883 - ____)
  Iva Myrtle Knotts Lee (1892 - 1949)
  Mary Elizabeth Cumpston Rogers (1927 - 1998)
  Mary Ann LARRIMORE Carraway Howard (1926 - 1978)*
  Hilda Margaret Bell DeWitt (1910 - 1992)*
  Nellie Irene Bell Knight (1913 - 1952)*
  Francis Leo Bell (1921 - 1967)
  Clarence G Bell (1923 - 1994)*
  Virginia Mary Bell Gibson (1924 - 1987)*
  Thelma Loretta Lee Spencer (1933 - 2001)**
*Calculated relationship

Baltimore National Cemetery
Baltimore City
Maryland, USA
Plot: L, 0, 2070
Maintained by: BJShields
Originally Created by: US Veterans Affairs Offi...
Record added: Feb 25, 2000
Find A Grave Memorial# 350195
Francis Leo Lee Bell
Added by: BJShields
Francis Leo Lee Bell
Added by: BJShields
Francis Leo Lee Bell
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I lost you when I was only a tot, so there may be things others know about you that I don't. But one thing I do know and remember is that I felt deeply loved by you Pop Pop.
- BJShields
 Added: Jun. 7, 2012

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