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John W. Belcher
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Birth: Jun. 29, 1847
Troup County
Georgia, USA
Death: May 13, 1924
Chambers County
Alabama, USA

1860 Chambers County Census: John W. Belcher, age 13, school, born GA; living in the household of William B. Belcher.
1880 Chambers County, (Hickory Flat) AL Census:


John Belcher 32M Farming Born GA
Sallie Belcher 31F Wife Keeping House Born AL
Anna Belcher 12F Daughter At Home Born AL
Lou Belcher 8F Daughter At Home Born AL
Willie Belcher 6M Son At Home Born AL
Brittan Belcher 4M Son At Home Born AL
1900 Chambers County, (Bloomingdale) AL Census:


John Belcher 53M Farmer Born June 1847 in GA
Sarah Belcher 51F Wife Born Dec. 1848 in AL (Married 33 years. Mother of 6 children; 6 living)
Britton Belcher 22M Boarder Farmer Born July 1877 in AL
Adda Belcher 15F Daughter At School Born Aug. 1884 in AL
Fanny Belcher 49F Boarder Born May 1851 in AL
1910 Randolph County, (Roanoke) AL Census:


John W. Belcher 63M Own Income Born AL(?)(Widower)
Will Belcher 34M Son Warehouse Born AL (Widower)
Addelaid Belcher 25F Daughter Born AL
Elmer L. Belcher 11M Grandson Born AL
Fannie McClain 60F Boarder Born AL
Pvt. Company "C", Troup Light Artillery Regiment GA, CSA.
"The Roanoke Leader" - May 14, 1924:


About four o'clock yesterday as the afternoon came to a peaceful close, the long life of Mr. John W. Belcher ended at his home in this city, following an extended period of declining health. He lacked only a month of being 77 years
of age. The remains of this beloved citizen will be interred at Mount Pisgah near Stroud, at three o'clock this afternoon. The services will be conducted by Elder Satterwhite and Dr. Turner.
As a boy soldier, Mr. Belcher served in the Confederate Army the latter part of the Civil War. Like many others of his day his early opportunities were greatly interfered with, yet he undertook the battle bravely, despite the
prevailing handicap of the surroundings of those dark
days, and he met with a commendable measure of success. The greater part of his life was spent in the northern part of Chambers county. He moved to Roanoke in 1901.
Mr. Belcher was a man of big, tender heart and he was actuated by the virtues of honesty and charity. Many are those whom he has helped and cheered and blessed along the way. He will be greatly missed and sincerely mourned by
this wide circle. Mr. Belcher is survived by his brothers T.L. and J.M. Belcher; his sisters, Mrs. W.H. Howell, Mrs. Anna Bachus and Mrs. J.W. Danielly; his children, Mrs. C.F. Higgins, J.B. Belcher and Mrs. Sallie Mae Jones and many other relatives.
Family links: 
  William B. Belcher (1820 - 1903)
  Sarah Ann Strickland Belcher (1826 - 1908)
  Sarah Howell Belcher (1848 - 1910)*
  Anna Belcher DeLoach (1868 - 1907)*
  Lula Frances Belcher Higgins (1872 - 1930)*
  John William Belcher (1874 - 1916)*
  Joseph Britton Belcher (1877 - 1934)*
  Sallie Mae Belcher Jones (1882 - 1941)*
  Adelaide Belcher (1884 - 1910)*
  John W. Belcher (1847 - 1924)
  James O. Belcher (1847 - 1918)*
  Mary Frances Belcher Howell (1849 - 1938)*
  Sarah Margaret Belcher Howell (1852 - 1932)*
  Elizabeth Belcher Danielly (1857 - 1946)*
*Calculated relationship
Mount Pisgah Primitive Baptist Cemetery
Chambers County
Alabama, USA
Created by: Churchwell
Record added: Jul 10, 2009
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John W. Belcher
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John W. Belcher
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John W. Belcher
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