Water colourist, stained glass designer and maker. For 16 years Churchwarden of the parish church and a liberal benefactor. The nave and transept windows in the church were designed by him and made by his firm, Clayton and Bell. He also designed a new font in 1885 and a new nave ceiling.
Landscape and stained glass artist [? son of Alfred Bell]
A notable collector of engravings, musical autographs and portraits, and of bookplates. He is also know for his Annals of Tennis (1878), – ‘a work of minute and exhaustive research’ ‘DNB’. His wife, Florence (1843-1922), was a composer and conductor.
Professor of Music, a pious and respected inhabitant of this village’.
Artist. Associate of Royal Water Colour Society
Wife successively of two West Hampstead painters – Frank Craig (1874 – 1918), and Leonard Campbell Taylor, R A (1874 – 1969),. Both are widely represented in national galleries, including the Tate.