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  • Lizzie Sloman with Ab and son in London, Ontario [n.d.]
        A black and white photograph of Lizzie Sloman, with two men identified on the reverse as Ab (left) and son (right). The photograph is not dated but is recorded as being taken in London, Ontario. It appears the photo marks some occasion, as one gentleman is in full uniform, while ...
      A black and white photograph of Lizzie Sloman, with two men identified ...
  • Photograph of Mildred Sloman [n.d.]
        Mildred Sloman is pictured with three unidentified gentlemen in this undated photograph, believed to be taken in London, Ontario. This black and white snapshot was in the possession of the Rick Bell family, whose ancestors include Black slaves from the United States.
      Mildred Sloman is pictured with three unidentified gentlemen in this undated photograph, ...
  • British Methodist Episcopal Church Tithing Ticket, 1875
        This is a quarterly tithing ticket from the British Methodist Episcopal Church, signed by R. Miller, Minister, and dated November 28, 1875. It was in the possession of the Rick Bell Family of St. Catharines, Ontario. Relatives of the Bell family include former Black slaves from the United States who ...
      This is a quarterly tithing ticket from the British Methodist Episcopal Church, ...
  • British Methodist Episcopal Church Tithing Ticket, 1874
        A quarterly tithing ticket from the British Methodist Episcopal Church, signed by Walter Hawkins, Minister, issued on August 16, 1874. This ticket was in the possession of the Richard Bell Family of St. Catharines.
      A quarterly tithing ticket from the British Methodist Episcopal Church, signed by ...
  • British Methodist Episcopal Church Tithing Ticket, 1879
        A first quarterly tithing ticket from the British Methodist Episcopal Church, signed by W. Grayson, Minister, and dated August 1, 1879. This ticket was in the possession of the Rick Bell Family of St. Catharines, Ontario. Relatives of the Bell family include former Black slaves from the United States who ...
      A first quarterly tithing ticket from the British Methodist Episcopal Church, signed ...
  • British Methodist Episcopal Church Tithing Ticket, 1884
        A third quarterly tithing ticket from the British Methodist Episcopal Church, signed by the Minister, and dated February 17, 1884. This ticket was in the possession of the Rick Bell family of St. Catharines, Ontario. Relatives of the Bell family include former Black slaves from the United States who settled ...
      A third quarterly tithing ticket from the British Methodist Episcopal Church, signed ...
  • British Methodist Episcopal Church Tithing Ticket, 1889
        A second quarterly tithing ticket from the British Methodist Episcopal Church, signed by Rev. P. Brooks, Minister, issued on November 24, 1889. This ticket was in the possession of the Richard Bell family of St. Catharines, Ontario. The Bell family ancestry includes former Black American slaves who settled in Canada.
      A second quarterly tithing ticket from the British Methodist Episcopal Church, signed ...
  • William Still's Boarding House advertisement [n.d.]
        Original advertisement for William Still's Boarding House, No. 832 South Street, below 9th, south side Philad'a [sic]. Not dated. The advertisement includes handwritten marginalia, possibly by William Still, on the left-hand side referring to St. Catharines. There is a small embossed stamp on the upper left-hand corner of the advertisement. ...
      Original advertisement for William Still's Boarding House, No. 832 South Street, below ...
  • St. Catharines Public Schools Honor Pupils certificate to Bessie Bell, December 1910.
        A St. Catharines Public Schools Honor Pupils certificate presented to Bessie Bell, dated December 8, 1910 and signed by G. E. Lounsbury, Teacher. This certificate was in the possession of the Richard Bell Family of St. Catharines, Ontario.
      A St. Catharines Public Schools Honor Pupils certificate presented to Bessie Bell, ...
  • W.W. Tyrrill receipt, June 1888
        A receipt from W.W. Tyrrill, of St. Catharines, Ontario dated June 2, 1888, for a ladies Swiss watch priced at $11.00. The receipt is a rental agreement which specifies the terms of a fee payment schedule. Information on the receipt indicates Mr. Tyrrill sold watches, jewelry, silver plated goods, albums ...
      A receipt from W.W. Tyrrill, of St. Catharines, Ontario dated June 2, ...
  • Bell Family Bible, Deaths, 1862-1916
        A single page from the Deaths section of the Bell Family Bible listing the names and dates of death for various members of the family.
      A single page from the Deaths section of the Bell Family Bible ...
  • Bell Family Bible, Family Record, 1853-1897
        The Family Record page from the Bell Family Bible providing information on the births of Bell ancestors. Relatives of the Bell family include former American slaves who later settled in Canada. This Bible was in the possession of the Rick Bell Family of St. Catharines, Ontario.
      The Family Record page from the Bell Family Bible providing information on ...
  • Bell Family Bible, Marriages, Tyrell - Gains, 1849
        The Marriages page from the Bell Family Bible listing the marriage of Lewis Tyrell to Jane Gains on Aug. 31, 1849 at Culpepper Court House, Virginia. This Bible was in the possession of the Richard Bell Family of St. Catharines, Ontario. Ancestors of the Bell family include former American slaves ...
      The Marriages page from the Bell Family Bible listing the marriage of ...
  • Bell Family Bible, Deaths, Tyrrell, 1886-1908
        The Deaths page from the Bell Family Bible listing the deaths of Jane Tyrrell in 1886, William C. Tyrrell in 1898, and Lewis Tyrrell in 1908. This Bible was in the possession of the Rick Bell family of St. Catharines, Ontario. Relatives of the Bell family were former Black slaves ...
      The Deaths page from the Bell Family Bible listing the deaths of ...
  • Bell Family Bible, Miscellaneous, 1895 - 1918
        A page from the Bell Family Bible entitled "Miscellaneous" recording the dates and places of birth of the children of Charles and Mary Bell. The birth dates for the eight children listed range from 1895 to 1918. There is also a single entry under the heading "Age of Children of ...
      A page from the Bell Family Bible entitled "Miscellaneous" recording the dates ...
  • Photograph of Rev. and Mrs. Wright and Family signed to Mrs. Mary Bell [n.d.]
        An undated black and white studio portrait of Rev. and Mrs. Wright and family presented to Mrs. Mary Bell. The photograph is mounted in a decorative board frame and bears the handwritten inscription "Mrs. Mary Bell from Mrs. and Rev. Wright" on the reverse. This photograph was included in memorabilia ...
      An undated black and white studio portrait of Rev. and Mrs. Wright ...
  • Cabinet Card by C. Arthur, Photographer, St. Catharines [n.d.]
        An unidentified young woman is featured in this black and white cabinet card by photographer C. Arthur, of St. Catharines, Ontario. The address of Mr. Arthur's studio is printed along the bottom of the photograph. This photograph was among the family memorabilia owned by Iris Sloman Bell of St. Catharines. ...
      An unidentified young woman is featured in this black and white cabinet ...
  • Photograph of Unidentified Woman by C. Arthur, Photographer, St. Catharines [n.d.]
        An unidentified young woman is featured in this undated black and white studio photograph by C. Arthur, Photographer, of St. Catharines, Ontario. This small cabinet card photograph was in the possession of the Iris Sloman Bell family of St. Catharines. Relatives of the Sloman - Bell families include former African ...
      An unidentified young woman is featured in this undated black and white ...
  • Photograph of Girl by Edwin Poole, Photographer, St. Catharines [n.d.]
        This unidentified girl is featured in a photograph taken by St. Catharines photographer Edwin Poole. This cabinet card was among the memorabilia in the possession of the Rick Bell family of St. Catharines, Ontario. The Bell family is descended from Black slaves from the United States who settled in southern ...
      This unidentified girl is featured in a photograph taken by St. Catharines ...
  • Photograph of Young Woman by R. F. Uren, Photographer, St. Catharines [n.d.]
        Undated black and white cabinet card portrait of an unidentified young woman. This photograph was taken by R. F. Uren whose studio was located at 79 St. Paul St., St. Catharines, Ontario. This item was among the memorabilia in the possession of the Rick Bell family of St. Catharines. Relatives ...
      Undated black and white cabinet card portrait of an unidentified young woman. ...
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Black / African Canadian History


Collection of records from the Richard Bell Family Fonds at Brock University c.1850 to 1950.