Daniel BELLINGHAM [Sir]
OCCUPATION: Sir Daniel Bellingham was the Sheriff of Dublin, Ireland 1655, Alderman 1656, Lord Mayor of Dublin, Ireland from 1665-66, was Deputy Receiver General and Vice Treasurer of Ireland from 1663-66, and was Knighted 30 Sep, 1662.
WILL: Sir Daniel Bellingham's will was the first Bellingham will proved in Ireland on 12 July 1672, according to "Burke's Peerage and Baronetage", page 238.
BIOGRAPHY: According to "Burke's Peerage and Baronetage", page 238 some of the titles given to Sir Daniel Bellingham were: 1st Baronet of Dubber, Dublin, Ireland, (on 18 March 1666-7) and Sworn of the Golsmith's Guild in 1644. A portrait of Sir Daniel Bellingham is still in the Dublin, Ireland city hall. There is also some biographical information concerning him the book "Tory War of Ulster", by Prendergast. Additional information concerning him and his family was taken from the book "History of Kilsaran, Union of Parishes, County of Louth", page 324, printed in 1908. A copy is on file in the Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Utah.
BIOGRAPHY: "Burke's Peerage and Baronetage", page 238 also states the name of her father, Richard Barlow of Little Toghill, Cheshire, England.
Richard BELLINGHAM [Sir]
EDUCATION: According to "Burke's Peerage and Baronetage", page 238 he was educated at Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland.
OCCUPATION: "Burke's Peerage and Baronetage", states that he was the second and last Baronet of Dubber, Dublin, Ireland because he had no children, the Baronetcy becoming extinct. He also was the High Sheriff in the year 1684.
HEIR: Named his six sisters as his heirs in his will dated 13 June, 1699 and proved the 25 July, 1699. His cousin, Colonel Thomas Bellingham being the executor. According to "Burke's Peerage and Baronetage", page 238.
MARRIAGE: Did not marry
Sidney Edwin BELLINGHAM [Lieutenent]
BIOGRAPHY: One of the titles afforded to this individual was "Major Duke of Cambridge's Own" according to "Burke's, Peerage and Baronetage", page 239.
Helen Mary Dorthea BELLINGHAM
BIOGRAPHY: according to "Burke's, Peerage and Baronetage", page 240, she became a famous novelist and assumed a pen name (Helen Beauclerk).