Ann Elizabeth Haddon "Nancy" Heath Bell (May 26, 1924 – November 29, 1989) was a Canadian Senator. She was appointed to the Senate by Pierre Trudeau in 1970 and sat as a Liberal representing Nanaimo-Malaspina, British Columbia. Independently minded, she did not believe in party discipline and often voted against legislation proposed by the Liberal government. She was a supporter of the monarchy and opposed the renaming of Dominion Day to Canada Day. In 1985, Bell left the Liberal Party to sit as an Independent Senator.
Baum Street was named for the family that lived in the house on the southeast corner of Cherry Street and Baum and who owned the property behind them. R.L. Crook lived in the house on the northeast corner of Baum and he owned some property behind his house as well.