NameCharles F. BELL
Birth1854
OccupationBrewer, Maltster, Wine And Spirit Merchant
Spouses
Birthabt 1847, Eccleshall, Staffordshire
Death19 Mar 1934, Matlock Bath, Derbyshire
FatherFrederic Warner TUNNICLIFF (~1817-1867)
MotherMary Anne DEAKIN (1817-1856)
Marriage1878
ChildrenEveline (1879-)
 Charles F. (~1883-)
 Dorothy F. (~1899-)
 Harold Forster (1890-1950)
Notes for Charles F. BELL
Kelly’s Handbook to the Titled, Landed and Official Classes 1914
Charles Bell youngest son of late Thomas Bell of Brockton Hall Ecccleshall, Staffordshire; born 1854, married 1878, Frances M. daughter of Frederick W. Tunnicliffe, of Biana, Eccleshall, Staffordshire; Justice of the Peace (1904) Cheshire: Norley Hall, Frodshom, Cheshire
Notes for Fanny Mosse (Spouse 1)
In the January to March 1847 birth index, Stone district, Fanny Moss Tunnicliff, volume 17, page 205

Also used the name Frances.

In the 1851 census Eccleshall, Staffordshire, Biana.
Frederick Tunnicliff, head, married, age 33, Farmer of 250 acres employing 5 labourers, born Eccleshall, Stafford.
Wife Mary A Tunnicliff, age 33, farmer’s wife, born Adbaston, Stafford.
Daughter Fanny M. Tunnicliff, age 4, born Eccleshall.
Daughter Emily E. Tunnicliff, age 2, born Eccleshall.
Daughter Katherine Tunnicliff, age 1, born Eccleshall.
6 house servants.

In the 1861 census, Eccleshall Staffordshire, Stone registration district, Eccleshall subdistrict, Biana.
Frederick W. Tunnicliff, head, married, age 43, farmer of 250 acres employing 8 men and 2 boys, born Eccleshall.
Daughter Fanny M. Tunnicliff, age 14, born Eccleshall.
Daughter Emily E. Tunnicliff, age 13, born Eccleshall.
Daughter Katherine Tunnicliff, age 11, born Eccleshall.
Daughter Alice E. Tunnicliff, age 9 born Eccleshall.
Son Frederick H. Tunnicliff, age 7, born Eccleshall.
Son Edwin T. M. Tunnicliff, age 9 months, born Eccleshall.
Also 2 daughters listed as Maria Leeche, age 9 born Newcastle, Staffordshire and Eveline Leeche, age 6 born Liverpool, Lancashire.
A governess, Maria Mansell, unmarried, age 26, born Stourbridge, Worc..
A visitor Maria Robinson, age 62 living on her own means, born Stone Staffordshire.
3 servants and 1 groom.
[Where is Sarah Tunnicliff? Answer from Bob Hogg - at home in Liverpool with daughter Mary Adelaide tending to her mother, Mary Whittaker. Mary was now 62 and would die the following year, so she was obviously in bad enough health to justify Sarah’s leaving her baby son behind in Staffordshire.]

In the 1871 census High Street Eccleshall, Staffordshire.
Head Frances Mosse Tunnicliff, unmarried, age 24, landowner, born Eccleshall, Staffordshire.
Sister Alice Evelyn Tunnicliff, unmarried, age 19, landowner, born Eccleshall.
Brother Frederic Howard Tunnicliff, age 17, landowner, born Eccleshall.
2 servants.
1 visitor. Edward Burton, age 4.

Parish records St. John the Divine, Fairfield, Liverpool, Lancashire
Marriage June 26, 1878, Charles Bell, age 23, bachelor commercial traveler, residence Swan View Freehold Street, father Thomas Bell, farmer and Frances Mosse Tunnicliffe, age 31, spinster, residence Swan View, father Frederick Warner [no last name listed], farmer after banns in the presence of John Bell and Emily England Bell. [Did Fanny’s sister Emily marry a relative of Charles Bell? Answer she married the John Bell mentioned in this entry, however this John Bell may not be a relative of Charles Bell as they were born in distant counties.]

In the 1881 census Wavertree Road, Wavertree, Lancashire.
Head Charles Bell, age 27, brewer and wine merchant, born Bickerstaffe, Lancashire.
Wife Fanny M. Bell, age 27 [actually 34], born Eccleshall, Staffordshire.
Daughter Eveline Bell, age 1, born Liverpool, Lancashire.
2 servants.

In the 1891 census 242 Picton Road, Wavertree, Lancashire.
Head Charles Bell, age 36, Brewer, Maltster, Wine and Spirit Merchant, employer, born Bickerstaff, Lancashire.
Wife Frances M. Bell, age 43, born Eccleshall, Staffordshire.
Daughter Eveline Bell, age 11, scholar, born Wavertree, Lancashire.
Son Charles F. Bell, age 8, scholar, born Wavertree.
Daughter Dorothy F. Bell, age 2, born Wavertree.
Son Harold F. Bell, age 6 months, born Wavertree.
A cook, a housemaid and a nurse.
[The next address is referred to as the Brewery Yard.]

In the 1901 census Norley Hall, Norley, Cheshire.
Head Charles Bell, age 46, brewer and maltster, employer, born Bickerstaffe, Lancashire.
Wife Frances M. Bell, age 46 [actually 54], born Eccleshall, Staffordshire.
Daughter Eveline Bell, single, age 21, born Wavertree, Lancashire.
Daughter Dorothy F. Bell, age 12, born Wavertree.
Son Harold F. Bell, age 10, born Wavertree.
A governess, a cook, a laundress, a waitress, a housemaid, a kitchenmaid and a page.

In the 1911 census Norley Hall, Norley, Cheshire.
Head Charles Bell, age 56, private means, born Bickerstaff, Lancashire
Wife Frances Moss [as spelled] Bell, age 56, [actually 64], married 33 years, 4 children born alive all still living, born Eccleshall, Staffordshire.
Daughter Eveline Bell, age 31, single, born Wavertree, Lancashire.
Son Harold Forster Bell, age 20, single, born Wavertree. Nephew Thomas Frederick Bell, age 33, single, architect, own account, born Liverpool, Lancashire.
A butler, a housemaid, a laundry maid, a scullery maid and a cook.

National Probate Calendar
Frances Mosse Bell of Temple Hotel [which was owned by her son Harold Forster Bell] Matlock Bath Derbyshire widow died 19 March 1934 Probate London 11 May 1934 to Harold Forster Bell [son] hotel proprietor and William Stuart Rollo solicitor. effects 639 pounds.

see Wikipedia Norley Hall
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Norley_Hall
also Village of Norley which mentions Norley Hall occupied by Charles F. Bell.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Norley
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