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Selected Families and Individuals

Notes


Alan Edward BELLINGHAM [Sir]

BIOGRAPHY: Educated at Trinity College in Dublin, Ireland where he received a B.A. in 1821, also attended Exeter College where he received an M.A. in 1832. Was made the Baronet of the Bellinghams of Ireland on 26 August 1827. Sheriff of county Louth, Ireland for 1829, and was also a Deputy Lieutenant for county Louth.


Elizabeth CLARKE

BIOGRAPHY: "Burke's, Peerage and Baronetage", page 240 states that she was the only child of her parents.


Elizabeth WALLS

BIOGRAPHY: "Burke's, Peerage and Baronetage", page 239 states that she was the youngest daughter of her father, Reverend Edward Walls of Boothby Hall, Welton, Lincolnshire, England.


Henry Richard BELLINGHAM

OCCUPATION: apparently he was a Barrister (Lawyer), according to "Burke's, Peerage and Baronetage", page 239.

MARRIAGE: died unmarried


Thomas Pierce BUTLER

DEATH: date of death recorded in "Burke's, Peerage and Baronetage", page 240.


Hester Elizabeth BELLINGHAM

MARRIAGE: One possible alternate place of marriage includes Cloughgrehan, Carlow, Ireland according to call # 471447 at the Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Utah.


Victor Alexander BROOKE [Sir]

DEATH: date of death recorded in "Burke's, Peerage and Baronetage", page 240.


Alan Henry BELLINGHAM [Sir]

BIOGRAPHY: 4th Baronet of the Bellingham Family, Captain of the Louth militia, apparently he converted to Roman Catholicism according to "History of Kilsaren, Union of Parishes, County of Louth", page 84.

EDUCATION: Bachelor's Degree at Exeter College. Master's degree at Oxford University.

OCCUPATION: Barrister (Lawyer), Commissioner of National Education for Ireland, Senator of the Royal University (1909), Minister of Parliament for county Louth 1880-1885, Private Chamberlain to Pope Pius IX, Pope Pius X, and Pope Leo XIII. High Sheriff of Louth in 1897.


Ida Mary Elizabeth Agnes BELLINGHAM

BIOGRAPHY: A Nun of the Order of the Holy Child.


Alan Henry BELLINGHAM [Sir]

BIOGRAPHY: 4th Baronet of the Bellingham Family, Captain of the Louth militia, apparently he converted to Roman Catholicism according to "History of Kilsaren, Union of Parishes, County of Louth", page 84.

EDUCATION: Bachelor's Degree at Exeter College. Master's degree at Oxford University.

OCCUPATION: Barrister (Lawyer), Commissioner of National Education for Ireland, Senator of the Royal University (1909), Minister of Parliament for county Louth 1880-1885, Private Chamberlain to Pope Pius IX, Pope Pius X, and Pope Leo XIII. High Sheriff of Louth in 1897.


William Claypon BELLINGHAM [Reverend]

BURIAL: A tombstone inscription exists for William Claypon Bellingham in Castlebellingham, Louth, Ireland where he is buried.

OCCUPATION: Rector of Kilsaren, Diocese of Armagh. Ordained deacon in 1872, a priest in 1874.


Vera Susan BELLINGHAM

MARRIAGE: unmarried