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Selected Families and Individuals

Notes


Right Honorable Frederick Stringer WRENCH

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


Edward Henry Charles Patrick BELLINGHAM [Sir]

BIOGRAPHY: 5th Baronet of the Bellingham family, served 15 years in the Royal Dublin fusiliers including service in the Boar War (South Africa) in 1899-1901 and was awarded two medals. Received a consular appointment in Guatemala in 1912 but eventually resigned and returned to serve his country in World War I from 1914-1918 and was wounded three times. Peace Commissioner for county Louth. Senator for the Irish free state from 1925-36. Served in the R.A.F during World War II from 1940-44. Served on the Control Commission for Germany from 1944-46.

IMMIGRATION: Apparently he emigrated to America on May 4th of 1904, passing through Ellis Island, New York, although it would seem that he did not become a citizen. He stayed in the USA in New York State from 1904 to 1912.


Charlotte Elizabeth PAYNE

MARRIAGE: first marriage to Frederick Gough, and dates of second marriage to Edward Henry Charles Patrick Bellingham, recorded in "Burke's, Peerage and Baronetage", page 240. Also lists her father's name, Alfred Payne, and place of residence. (Greenheyes, Manchester, England)


John CRICHTON-STUART

BIOGRAPHY: Apparently one of the titles afforded to this individual was the 4th Marquess of Bute.


Alan Mure BELLINGHAM

BIOGRAPHY: served in the Boer War (South Africa) in 1900-02 and was awarded two medals. Also served in World War I from 1914-1918 and was wounded twice. Served in Northern Russia in 1919, and was awarded the medal of the Order of St. Vladimir, 2nd class.

MARRIAGE: date of marriage to first wife, Beatrix Laura Harrison, recorded in "Burke's, Peerage and Baronetage", page 240. Later divorced in 1930. Married secondly to Mabel Theodore Lucy Dury.


Alan Mure BELLINGHAM

BIOGRAPHY: served in the Boer War (South Africa) in 1900-02 and was awarded two medals. Also served in World War I from 1914-1918 and was wounded twice. Served in Northern Russia in 1919, and was awarded the medal of the Order of St. Vladimir, 2nd class.

MARRIAGE: date of marriage to first wife, Beatrix Laura Harrison, recorded in "Burke's, Peerage and Baronetage", page 240. Later divorced in 1930. Married secondly to Mabel Theodore Lucy Dury.