Thursday, 15 November 2007

Interview with Graham Alexander Bell

So first things Long time no see Alexander! How is you err long "retirement" going?Well as you would imagine its rather dull!

Well ok then, so where were you born? Edinburgh Scotland.
So you’re known mostly for you inventions, what was the first thing you invented?

it would have been when I was a child and I invented a tool to help in a flour mill that my friends family owned, it was a homemade device that combined rotating paddles with sets of nail brushes, creating a simple dehusking machine, it got me and my friend a small workshop to invent more tools in!

Very interesting! Well tell us some more about yourself and family?
Well my father was Alexander Melville Bell, and my mother was Eliza Grace Symonds Bell.
Mabel Hubbard was my wife and we had four children!

I hear there was some dispute about you inventing the telephone first, what do you have to say about this?
No Comment!

So what how many inventions did you make in total?
Well I made 18 by myself and 14 with other people!

And the final question if you don’t mind me being blunt how is it you died?
I died of pernicious anemia on 2 August 1922, at my private estate, Beinn Bhreagh, Nova Scotia.