|Birth: ||Nov. 19, 1826|
New York, USA
|Death: ||Dec. 26, 1903|
New Jersey, USA
The Kearny Record, Harrison, New Jersey, December 28, 1903
The funeral of Byron Bininger who died Saturday was held from his late residence, 616 Belgrove drive, Wednesday afternoon. It was one of the largest held in the town in some time. Services were conducted at the house of Rev. W.J. Tilley, of Christ Espiscopal church, Harrison, assisted by Rev. John Hutchinson of the First Presbyterian church, Arlington. Interment was in Arlington cemetery. The pall bearers were W.J. Edmunds, Edward Doswell, Robert Orrok, John Comins, Henry C. Greene and William L. Stewart. Among the many floral offerings was a large piece from the trustees of the Methodist church, with which Mr. Bininger was at one time connected.
Mr. Bininger's death was due to Bright's disease, having been ill five months. He was widely known and esteemed throughout the West Hudson towns and was, until a few years ago, engaged in the real estate business in New York City.
He was born in Newburg, NY, September 20, 1826. He is survived by a widow and adopted daughter, the wife of former Councilman William S. Hungerford.
Mr. Bininger resided in Arlington the past thirty-one years. He had an interesting career and was a public spirited man. Mr. and Mrs. Bininger celebrated their golden wedding on February 20, 1903.
Mr. Bininger, soon after moving to Arlington in 1873, became interested in the affairs of Kearny township, as the whole of the West Hudson section, with the exception of Harrison was then known. In 1875 he was elected a member of the township committee for one year. When his term expired he was re-elected for two years more.
After his second term had expired he refused to again be a candidate for that office and withdrew from politics. A year later, in 1879, he was appointed township treasurer, which position he held for five consecutive years.
The funeral of Byron Bininger, of 616 Belgrove drive, Arlington, who died Saturday, took place this afternoon at his home. The services were conducted by the Rev. William J. Tilley, pastor of Christ Episcopal Church, Harrison. A long line of coaches followed the hearse to Arlington Cemetery, where the body was interred.
Newark, NJ Advertiser, December 26, 1903
Arlington Pioneer Dead
Byron Bininger, One of the Town's Best Known Men, Called in Death
Byron Bininger, 77 years old, of 616 Belgrove drive, Arlington, died this afternoon of Bright's disease.
Mr. Bininger had been ill since September 20 and a few days ago the disease set in which caused his death. He was well known throughout the West Hudson towns and was until a few years ago engaged in the real estate business in New York city.
He was born in Newburg, NY, November 19, 1826. He is survived by a widow and adopted daughter, the wife of former Councilman William S. Hungerford.
Mr. Bininger resided in Arlington the past thirty-one years. He had an interesting career and was a public spirited man.
Joseph Hoffman Bininger (1786 - 1861)
Esther Hunt Bininger (1786 - 1877)
Mary Melissa Thomas Bininger (1834 - 1917)
Mary Melissa Church Bininger Hungerford (1864 - 1944)*
John Bininger (1816 - 1883)*
Elizabeth Bininger (1818 - 1903)*
Harriet Bininger Douglas (1819 - 1890)*
Sarah Ann Bininger Hopping (1822 - 1908)*
Byron Bininger (1826 - 1903)
Arlington Memorial Park
New Jersey, USA
Plot: Rosedale Lawn, Lot 588, grave 3
Created by: Mojo Warren
Record added: Oct 08, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 42849987
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