|Birth: ||Sep. 10, 1899|
|Death: ||Jul. 30, 1929|
Charles Bingle, 29, 266 Hancock Avenue, Hamilton Service company lineman, was killed at 3 o'clock Tuesday afternoon when he fell 30 feet from a pole to the sidewalk in front of the Second street entrance to the W. C. Frechtling store, Seond and High streets.
Linemen told authorities that Bingle had released his safety belt and was descending when his "spurs", used to get a foothold in the pole, failed to hold.
Belief of police is that Bingle was overcome by the ehat.
No hopes were held for the lineman's life when he was taken to Mercy hospital by police. His legs and left arm were broken and his skull was fractured.
Bingle was married and was the father of three small children.
Funeral services will be held Thursday from the home of Bingle's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Bingle, Cleves, Ohio.
(Taken from the Hamilton Evening Journal - Wednesday, July 31, 1929)
Harrison Bingle (1871 - 1959)
Mary Ann Abdon Bingle (1876 - 1945)
Zettie Peak Lane (1906 - 1971)*
Charles Samuel Bingle (1922 - 2004)*
Dorothy Wright (1925 - 2000)*
Gertrude Marie Pace (1927 - 2008)*
Maple Grove Cemetery
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Originally Created by: Janet McGill
Record added: Oct 27, 2007
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