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Bell, Beauprélocked

(1704–1741)
  • W. P. Courtney
  • , revised by David Boyd Haycock

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Bell, Beaupré (1704–1741), antiquary, was the only son of Beaupré Bell (b. c.1673) and his wife, Margaret (d. 1720), daughter of Sir Anthony Oldfield of Spalding, Lincolnshire. He was descended from the ancient family of Beaupré, which had settled in ...

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