|Birth: ||Sep. 30, 1864|
|Death: ||Mar. 7, 1947|
Husband of Adella Melinda Umbenhower and Frances Cocke. Son of Christian Bingaman and Amanda A. Collins.
THE CHARITON LEADER
Tuesday, March 11, 1947
DANIEL C. BINGAMAN
Daniel C. Bingaman, son of Christian and Amanda Collins Bingaman, was born in Monroe county, Iowa, September 30, 1864, and died in Oskaloosa, Iowa, March 7, 1947, at the age of 82 years, 5 months and 7 days. He was the last of a family of ten children.
On January 26, 1886, he was united in marriage to Adella Malinda Umbenhower. To this union were born twelve children, of whom three died in childhood. The mother died in 1914.
On April 17, 1916, he was married to Frances Cocke, of Indianola, Iowa, who lavished upon him every possible attention and care during his illness.
While Mr. Bingaman never had the priviledge of attending college he was a great believer in Christian education. All nine of his children attended college. He was interested in helping other young people through college and in addition he made notable contributions to the support of several schools.
He has spent his entire life working hard, managing his real estate interests in Iowa and his wheat farms at Corinne and Riceton, Saskatchewan, Canada.
He was converted at an early age and delighted in witnessing the grace of God in life. He was a believer in and the possessor of the experience of full salvation and a was a staunch defender of the faith. He was a member of the Methodist church.
And so passes another of the old pioneers who helped make Iowa what it is and who stood for the worthwhile things of life.
Though separated from their father by great distances, all of his children visited him during his illness.
He is survived by his wife, Frances, five daughters, Mrs. W. T. Hulgan, Eston, Sask., Canada; Mrs. S. W. Williams, Charles City, Iowa; Mrs. H. C. Phillips, Sacramento, Calif.; Mrs. Lawrence W. Myers, Lake Worth, Florida; Mrs. Paul E. Minoher, Childersburg, Alabama; and four sons, William Virgil Bingaman, Gray, Sask., Canada; Orion S. Bingaman, Western Springs, Ill.; Robert Franklin Bingaman, Sampson, New York; and George D. Bingaman, Riceton, Sask., Canada.
He is also survived by nineteen grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. One grandson, James Kenneth Bingaman died in the service of his country during the last war.
Funeral services were held Sunday, March 9, at 1:00 p.m at his home in University Park, Oskaloosa, Iowa, conducted by the Rev. Leo W. Slage. The remains were then brought to the Coal Glen church, where the Rev. Delbert Rose conducted the services at 3:30 p.m. Burial was made in the Coal Glen cemetery.
Christian Bingaman (1833 - 1904)
Amanda Ann Collins Bingaman (1833 - 1914)
Adella Melinda Umbenhower Bingaman (1869 - 1914)
Pearl Bingaman (1890 - 1890)*
William Virgil Bingaman (1893 - 1956)*
Christian A. Bingaman (1897 - 1897)*
James H. Bingaman (1899 - 1911)*
Henry Christian Bingaman (1853 - 1930)*
John Wesley Bingaman (1855 - 1925)*
Samuel Alexander Bingaman (1859 - 1925)*
Susannah Lousia Bingaman Buzzard (1862 - 1940)*
Daniel Christian Bingaman (1864 - 1947)
James Franklin Bingaman (1866 - 1943)*
Isaac A. Bingaman (1869 - 1939)*
Robert Baird Bingaman (1874 - 1940)*
Coal Glen Cemetery
Plot: Row 6 Grave 6
Created by: Skip
Record added: May 29, 2009
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