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Alfred Bellard
Hello everybody, Alfred Bellard was a private in the Northern Army during the American Civil War......1861-1865, He was born in Hull, East Yorkshire, A book was written about his experiences during this war, " Going for a Soldier " I believe there a quite a lot of Bellard"s in this area and around Lancashire and Yorkshire, also in France and America, For years I"ve been trying to find out if any of our family are related to Alfred, I would be very interested to hear from any Bellard"s or similar surnames who would contact me with any bits of information, have a good day ! Ken.

Posted: 2020, Member logged in: 2021
St Helens, Lancashire


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