1761/621848, Mar 27
an English writer. William Fell was probably born near Brampton, Cumberland. He was a schoolmaster successively at Manchester, Wilmslow, and Lancaster, and was an industrious writer for the press. After his retirement he lived at Clifton, near Lowther, Westmorland. He died at Shap, aged 86, predeceased by his wife Dorothy and son Edward. He left his substantial property to the children of his elder brother, John Fell of Swindale Head, thereby disinheriting his only surviving son, Henry, who lived in Denmark.
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