the Montgomery Bell Bible
This Bible has been in the possession of a BELL family member since the death of Montgomery Bell in 1855 & is now brittle & worn & in much need of repair.
"Narrows of the Harpeth"
built by slaves of Montgomery Bell 
on Harpeth River

Pattison Forge
historic marker
(listed incorrectly as PATTERSON)
Montgomery Bell gravesite
Rick Hollis, a local historian from Dickson County, TN, leads a tour of Montgomery Bell gravesite 
& several Furnace sites.
photos courtesy of Roy A. Miles III.

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recently Confederate Re-enactors participated in a ceremony to honor our ancestor ALEXANDER HAMILTON BELL who fought in the Civil War in the 2nd TN Infantry Co. K   as a Sergeant.
near White Bluff,TN
photos courtesy of Finch family
Ma & Pa Bell's Homeplace 
Painting by M.A. Townsend
Donated by Myra Finch Williams
              This is the only known photograph of Montgomery Bell 
                 taken just a few short years before his death in 1855.
Evaline Deadrick Bell
daughter of Montgomery Bell
born 1801 died 1881
James Luckie Bell  Alexander H.&  Evaline Bell
Evaline Deadrick Bell (abt 1880)
If you have any Montgomery Bell family related photos please email me!
Lula "Lucy" Young Bell & Alexander Hamilton Bell
(2nd wife)               (son of J.L.& Evaline Bell)
Thomas Finley Bell (son of James L & Evaline Bell)
Old Bell Mansion @ top of the Narrows 1930s?
home of James L & Evaline Bell
(burned to the ground later)
                                   Alexander Hamilton Bell        Elizabeth "Kitty" Bell  
        John A.Bell                                                                                          Elizabeth May Bell