WAR OF 1812 VETERANS
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1792 - October 9, 1833
Belding, born in Amherst, Mass., in 1791, was 20 while serving as a clerk on board the American privateer Regulator when it was captured by the British. He was held prisoner at Halifax, Nova Scotia, and family tradition has it that his time in prison caused severe health problems.
Mr. Belding is buried in Bassett-Belding-Gaines Cemetery. 3
1 The Sentinel-Record. Obituary. Hot Springs, Arkansas
3 "Akansa marks 200th anniversary of War of 1812." Sentinel-Record 22 May 2012