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Selected Families and Individuals

Notes


George BELLINGHAM

OCCUPATION: 1851 census lists occupation as agricultural laborer.


Marianna

OCCUPATION: Dressmaker, employing 1 girl according to the 1851 British census.


Edwin BELLINGHAM

OCCUPATION: Occupation listed as a Die Sinker in 1851 British census.


Alfred BELLINGHAM

OCCUPATION: Tin plate worker apprentice according to the 1851 British census.


James BELLINGHAM

OCCUPATION: Occupationis listed as a tailor.

SOURCE: Information on the family of James Bellingham / Harriet Bellingham was obtained from the 1851 British census and the Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Utah, Film # 0332117


Jesse BELLINGHAM

OCCUPATION: Tin man, according to census

SOURCE: Information on the family of Jesse Bellingham / Mary Bellingham was obtained from the 1851 British census and the Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Utah. FIlm # 0332118


Mary

OCCUPATION: Shopkeeper


John BELLINGHAM

OCCUPATION: Boat man, according to the census.


Sarah

OCCUPATION: Listed as a Boat Woman


Isabel BELLINGHAM

MARRIAGE: marriage to husband James Leyborne of Cunswick mentioned in "Irish Pedigrees" chapter 5, page 42 in the introduction.


John Carlaw BELLINGHAM

OCCUPATION: listed on marriage certificate as an 'iron moulder'. Later after immigrating to the U.S. her was a mediator in labor negotiations and active in the War effort during World War I.

BIOGRAPHY: According to his descendents, he and his wife, along with their children emigrated to Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.A. about 1907-1909. They later went to Schenectady, New York, where he worked for General Electric in switchboard department. He became active in the labor movement and was a member of the Socialist party. He ran for mayor of Schenectady, New York in 1918 but was defeated and then finally settled in Newark, New Jersey.


Annie Duncan SUMMERS

OCCUPATION: Listed on marriage certificate as a 'photographers assistant'.