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Caleb C. Bell
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Birth: Mar. 17, 1830
Jonesville
Lee County
Virginia, USA
Death: Jun. 1, 1908
Hermitage
Davidson County
Tennessee, USA

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Caleb C. Bell
b. 17 Mar 1830 Jonesville, Lee County, VA
d. 1 Jun 1908, TN Confederate Soldiers Home
Caleb was married to Elizabeth L. 'Lizzie' Gilbert
Caleb and Elizabeth had 4 daughters and 2 sons:
Sarah E.
William James
Helen F.
Cleminetine T.
Mary A.
Elbert S.
His brother was Dr. Archibald R. T. Bell.
His brother's grave is on Find-A-Grave as # 54790108
The Bell Family Cemetery is near Pattonsville, Scott County, Virginia
(wbell sept 2013)
 
 
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 Parents:
  William W Bell (1802 - 1889)
  Elizabeth Lowe Bell (1806 - 1875)
 
 Children:
  Clementine Bell Ballou (1862 - 1933)*
  Mary Bell Ball (1862 - 1951)*
 
 Siblings:
  Archibald Randolph Turk Bell (1826 - 1897)*
  Marcus C. Bell (1829 - 1904)**
  Caleb C. Bell (1830 - 1908)
  Amanda P. Bell Wolfe (1833 - 1914)**
  Robert Emmett Bell (1837 - 1862)**
  Helen M Bell Proctor (1840 - 1883)*
 
*Calculated relationship
**Half-sibling
 
Burial:
Tennessee Confederate Soldiers Home Cemetery
Nashville
Davidson County
Tennessee, USA
 
Created by: grave hunter
Record added: Mar 09, 2005
Find A Grave Memorial# 10589196
Caleb C. Bell
Added by: Chris Yoder
 
Caleb C. Bell
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Added by: Joseph P Abel
 
 
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- Mike and Karen [Mefford] Pickhover
 Added: Jul. 31, 2015
At last we have found you, Caleb. We have been searching for you for quite a while and now we know your final resting place. Thank you for your service to the Confederacy. May you live in the peace of the Lord in the hereafter.
- Larry Hagemann
 Added: Sep. 8, 2013
Thank you Graet Great Great Uncle for your service! One brother died from injuries in Battle at FT. Donelson and another was injuried at Gettysburg. Many generations have followed in service to our country.You, your family, and your neighbors served with...(Read more)
- w bell
 Added: Sep. 6, 2013
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