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Bellar, James A.

Posted by ceddleman 
Bellar, James A.
March 07, 2007 09:01PM
Kentucky: A History of the State, Battle, Perrin, & Kniffin, 2nd ed., 1885,
Butler Co.

JAMES A. BELLAR, Butler County, was born September 20, 1850, in the
southern part of the county, while his parents were here on a visit. He
was reared in Smith County, Tenn., until 1863, and in that year removed
with his parents to the region where he was born and where he has since
resided. His father, George W. Bellar, a Tennessean, died in 1881, at the
age of fifty-two years. He was the son of Samuel Bellar, of Tennessee, and
was married to Lucinda M. Lack, daughter of Obadiah and Elizabeth (Conger)
Lack. They had eight children, viz.: William L., James A., Nancy E.
(Proctor), Obadiah, Mary F. (Hutchinson), John P. (deceased), Isaac and
George W. James A. Bellar was married October 21, 1873, to Helena S.,
daughter of Allen and Sarah (Stewart) Cornell of Macon County, Tenn. The
fruits of this union are four children, three of whom, Fannie, Bennie and
Ophelia, are living - Jennie is deceased. Mr. Bellar is a farmer, and a
deputy county clerk. He is a member of the United Baptist Church, of which
he is clerk.
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