James Bellingall was the son of James Bellingall (1795) and Mary Ann, and was born in Manchester in 1831. In 1841 he was living in Butler Street, Manchester. He married Mary Ellen Talbot on Christmas Day 1852 at St. Mary’s, Manchester. In 1853 he was living at 70 Great Ancoats Street in Manchester. In 1851 he was living at 29 Chapman Street in Ancoats, Manchester, and working as a mechanic. In 1861 he was living at what may be Cutmin Street in New Cross, Manchester and was working as a mechanic fitter. In 1871 he was working as an iron fitter in a cotton factory and living at 17 Manchester Street. In 1881 he was out of work and living at 57 Manchester Street. He died in 1889.
Spouse: Leigh, Mary (1831)
Children: Mary Ann (1853), Eliza (1859), James Leigh (1861), Elizabeth Leigh (1864), Frederick Leigh (1867), Louisa Leigh (1869), Harry Leigh (1873), Arthur Leigh (1877)