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Jacksonville Daily Journal July 9, 1921

Funeral services for James A. Bingman, whose death was mentioned in the Friday Journal, will be held at the Hebron M.E. church, Sunday morning at 10:30.

Deceased was born November 6, 1849. Most of his life was spent in farming, until three years a go when he retired and moved to Jacksonville.

On December 11, 1873 he was married to Rachel A. Gard of Prentice, who died May 31, 1892. Two children were born – David C. Bingman of Edgewood, Illinois and Mrs. Lula McDaniel of Jacksonville.

Mr Bingman entered the matrimonial state again February 2, 1896 by marrying Barbara Lowder. Children to this union were Irene and Estelle Bingman, who both reside at home.

Besides this wife and children, he is survived by two brothers, Elijah and Stephen Bingman of Sinclair and one sister, Mrs. Mary Stockton, also of Sinclair.


Feb 15, 1888 – Illinois Weekly Courier
From Saturday’s Daily

-Mrs. Samuel Bingham died this morning at her home, northeast of the city.

Submitted by: Roger Metternich

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