Roger BELLINGHAM [Sir]
BIOGRAPHY: Burke's Peerage and Baronetage", on page 238 lists his residence as Burnside, Westmoreland, England and states that he participated in the Battle of Stoke in the year 1487. "Irish Pedigrees", chapter 5, page 42 in the introduction, states that he was Knighted after this battle.
OCCUPATION: Listed as a carpenter on the birth and christening records of several of his children. Also listed as a laborer on others.
BIOGRAPHY: Apparently this individual has the same first name as her sister, who died in infancy apparently. This practice was quite common.
OCCUPATION: 'Labourer' according to the marriage certificate of his son Francis Bellingham.
OCCUPATION: 'Labourer' according to the marriage certificate of his daughter Elizabeth Kears.
OCCUPATION: listed as "Printfield laborer".
OCCUPATION: 'Laborer', according to the birth registration of his daughter.
OCCUPATION: 'Farmer', according to the birth registry of his son.
BIOGRAPHY: According to the birth registry of his son John Charles Bellingham, Robert Bellingham was employed in Coast Guard and his residence was Tarbert Island, Kerry or Limerick, Ireland.