Stuart Belknap was born in Syracuse, New York, but later lived in Keene, not far from Lake Placid. He was with the Army in World War I as a private first class with the 310th field artillery battery, serving from 14 July 1918 to 26 May 1919. After the war he became a mechanic at a shipyard in New York City but Belknap later became a machinist who worked in Washington, DC for the US Navy. He eventually settled in Napa, California, and was buried in Golden Gate National Cemetery in San Bruno, California.
|Discipline (Sport) / Event
|NOC / Team
|1932 Winter Olympics
|Dog Sled Racing, Open (Olympic (non-medal))