Church warden of Christ Church Spitalfields in 1867. There was a butcher with this name in Pearl Street in the Christ Church parish in 1844, who may be our man.
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Christ Church Spitalfields - alterations
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Chairman of the GLC Historic Building Committee, 1977 - 1981. British Universities Film and Video Council have an 1979 audio file: "Interview with William Bell, Chairman of the Historic Building C...
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Churchwarden of Christ Church Spitalfields, 1873 - 77 at least. Possibly the grocer who occupied nearby 56 Artillery Lane in 1859 - 1904. We also found Raven Road, Spitalfields given for him in 1877.