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NEWSPAPER UNKNOWN, 27 October 1930
Joseph Daniel, son of John and Sarah BELLINGER, was born at Brownsville, MO, May 13, 1859 and died in Topeka, KS Oct 27, 1930 at the age of 71 years, 6 months and 14 days.

He moved with his parents to Greenwood, NE and there grew to manhood. He was married to Della L.
MASTEN and to this union were born eight children. One son, Byron, preceded the father in death in 1910 and an infant son, Charles in 1893.

He is survived by the widow and six children: Mrs. Nola GODDARD, Holyoke, CO; Daniel of Belleville, Ks; Claude L., Mrs. Ina CHAPPELL, Mrs. Hattie COX and Joseph T., all of Haddam.

In 1890 the family moved to the vicinity of Haddam and have lived in or near that city ever since. Mr. BELLINGER was always and honorable and upright citizen, a good neighbor and a kind and loving father.

The funeral service was held from the M.P. Church in Haddam, Tues, Oct 28 and burial was in the Haddam cemetery.

Transcribed and Contributed by Delores Raines

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