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Eustace St. Pierre Bellinger
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Birth: May 12, 1812
Colleton County
South Carolina, USA
Death: Dec., 1876
Colleton County
South Carolina, USA

Eustace St. Pierre Bellinger was a signer of the Ordinance of Secession. He was a delegate to the Southern Rights Convention of 1852 and delegate of the Secession Convention. He served as Captain of Bellinger's Company, 11th Regiment, SC Infantry during the Civil War.
He was the son of William Bellinger and Harriet Susannah Field (daughter of John Cato Field and Elizabeth Perry)
He was educated at Mt. Zion Institue, Winnsboro, SC and graduated in 1830 from SC College.
Eustace was well traveled and raised Texas cattle on his Rotherwood Plantation which was seven miles south of Walterboro. In 1845 he married Mary Ellen Kershaw, daughter of Newman Kershaw and Ann Poyas Inglesby. His wife was educated in Troy New York at Emma Willards Seminary for Young Ladies. She died in her twenties and he never remarried. Eustace is a direct decendant of Captain Sir Edmund Bellinger, I Landgrave of SC. 
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  Mary Ellen Kershaw Bellinger (1823 - 1852)*
  Lucien Bellinger (1847 - 1904)*
  Carnot Bellinger (1848 - 1928)*
*Calculated relationship
Rotherwood Plantation Bellinger Plot
Colleton County
South Carolina, USA
Plot: unknown private burial
Created by: Virginia
Record added: Jan 09, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 32781412
Eustace St. Pierre Bellinger
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Eustace St. Pierre Bellinger
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Eustace St Pierre is my great great grandfather. His son Lucien is my great grandfather. Lucien's son Carnot Ambrose was my grandfather. My Dad was Albert Lucien. Im enjoying getting to know my southern roots. Your service will never be forgotten by my...(Read more)
- Monet Kietzman
 Added: Jan. 16, 2013
Thank you for your service
- Julious
 Added: Dec. 7, 2012
Your sacrifice has not been forgotten!
- Martha Reid 19 UDC
 Added: Mar. 25, 2011

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