Firewatcher Thomas George Bell of 2 Beit Street, Belfast died on 8th April 1941 as bombs fell on the shipyard of Harland and Wolff Ltd. during the Docks Raid.
Firewatcher Thomas George Bell was a fatal casualty of the Belfast Blitz during the Second World War. He lived with his father Charles Bell at 2 Beit Street, Belfast at the time of the Luftwaffe attack on the city.
Thomas George Bell died on 8th April 1941 aged 38 years old at Harland and Wolff Ltd., Queens Road, Belfast. Thomas George Bell’s grave is in Glenalina Extension, Section E, Grave 378 of Belfast City Cemetery, Belfast. A funeral service took place on 10th April 1941 from Messrs. Melville and Co. Ltd., Townsend Street, Belfast.
Beit Street in South Belfast was home to Firewatcher Thomas George Bell. He was an early casualty of the Docks Raid on the night of 7th-8th April 1941.
Queens Road Belfast BT3 9EU
Harland and Wolff Ltd. on Belfast's Queens Road was one of the world's largest shipyards and a prime target for Luftwaffe bombers during the Belfast Blitz.
511 Falls Road Belfast BT12 6DE
Many of those who died as a result of the Luftwaffe bombing of Belfast in April and May 1941 lie at rest in Belfast City Cemetery on Falls Road, Belfast.