Bellinger, Francis (DNB00)
|←Bellew, Richard||Dictionary of National Biography, 1885-1900, Volume 04
BELLINGER, FRANCIS (d. 1721), physician, educated at Brasnose College, Oxford was admitted licentiate of the College of Physicians 29 March 1708; practised at Stamford, and afterwards in London. He was an original member of the Spalding Society. He died Sept. 1721. He was author of (1) 'A Discourse concerning the Nutrition of the Fœtus,' Lond. 1717; (2) 'A Treatise on the Small-pox,' Lond. 1721.
[Munk's Roll, ii. 20; Nichols's Anecdotes, vi. 29,71,]