Bell, John (3)
Bell, John (3), an English Wesleyan missionary was born at Stokesley, Yorkshire, Nov. 21, 1812. He was converted when twelve years old, entered the itinierancy in 1836 (Haslingden and Oakham circuits), and sailed for Antigua, W. I., Oct. 31, 1838. After a few months of earnest work, he was stricken with yellow fever, of which he died, Aug. 16, 1839. See Minutes of the British Conference; Wesl. Meth. Mag. 1841, p. 979.