|Birth: ||Jan. 31, 1907|
|Death: ||Jan. 3, 1984|
Salt Lake City
Salt Lake County
Dorothy Wakley Bingham
Teacher and writer
Attended Albion College, Albion Idaho
1910 Census Logan Ward 1, Utah
Kate Wakley 27, 1 child, 1 living
Dorothy Wakley 3
Renting at Anthon Anderson home [father]
1920 Census Logan, Cache, Utah
Charles H Wakley 42, sales, r.estate, livestk
Kathryn Wakley 37
Dorothy Walkley 12
Mildred Wakley 8
Ralph C Wakley 4 years 7 months
Anthon Anderson 68, FIL, lumberman, retired
Own home 198 South Third West
1930 Census Logan, Cache, Utah
Charles H Wakley 52, yardman, lumber
Kathryn Wakley 47
Dorothy Wakley 23, teacher, high school
Mildred Wakley 18
Ralph E Wakley 14, newsboy, route
Elizabeth Wakley 7
Own home 191 S 3rd West
2 April 1930
1930 Census Preston, Franklin, Idaho
Sarah Merrell 52, widow, own home, radio
Marie Danelesen 31, teacher, public school
Dorothy Wakley 23, teacher, public school
Margret Lenard 29, teacher, public school
Romona Follett 21, stenographer
Living at boarding house
1940 Census Preston, Idaho
William P Shumway 58, C2, Collector, Pvt Co
Louise H Shumway 55, C1
Dorothy Wakley* 33, lodg Col5, teacher P.Sch
Alta Hirst 32, C4, teacher, home ec. Pub Sch
50 2nd West
Funeral services were held Saturday, Jan 7 at 11 am in the Kaysville 2nd LDS Ward Chapel for Mrs Dorothy Wakley Bingham 76, of 69 S 200 E, Kaysville, who died Tuesday, Jan 3, 1984 in the LDS Hospital in Salt Lake City of respiratory failure.
Mrs Bingham was born Jan 31, 1907 in Logan, a daughter of Charles Henry and Catherine Elizabeth Anderson Wakley.
She married William Tyler Bingham on Sept 4, 1944 in the Logan LDS Temple.
She was reared in Downey, Ida., and returned to Logan where she completed her high school and college education.
She received a bachelor's degree from Utah State University and a master's degree from the University of Southern California.
She began her teaching career in Parowan, Utah. The following year she moved to Preston, Ida. and after 10 years returned to Utah where she taught in Park City, Ogden and Davis High School. She retired in 1972 after 40 years of teaching.
She was a member of the Kaysville 2nd LDS Ward. She served in many positions, including Sunday School teacher, stake Mutual Board member and Stake Relief Society board member.
She was a member of the AAUW (American Association University Women) and Delta Kappa Gamma.
Surviving are her husband of Kaysville and one son. William Tyler Bingham Jr., of Clinton and three grandchildren.
Also surviving are two sisters, Mrs Mildred W Meikle, Ogden and Mrs Elizabeth W Holmgren, Bear River City.
Bishop L D Covington officiated at the funeral ervice. Burial was in the Logan City Cemetery.
Funeral was under the direction of Lindquist's Kaysville Mortuary.
Family prayer was given by Bishop Allen Meikle: prelude and postlude music, Ione Grange; I Love You Truly by Christine Deppe, invocation, Pres, James A Meikle, Jr.; remarks, Bishop L D Covington; A Perfiect Day by Christine Deppe; speaker Bishop Cleve M Dibble; organ solo, Ione Grange; benediction, Spencer Holmgren.
Dedication of the grave was by William T Bingham Jr with interment in the Logan ctiy Cemetery,
Pall bearers were William T Bingham Jr, James Allen Meikle Jr, Paul Holmgren, Charles Holmgren, Spencer Holmgren, Nathan Tyler Bingham and Ralph Charles Wakley Jr.
Published January 11, 1984
Charles Henry Wakley (1877 - 1948)
Catherine Elizabeth Anderson Wakley (1882 - 1965)
William Tyler Bingham (1910 - 1991)
Dorothy Wakley Bingham (1907 - 1984)
Mildred Wakley Meikle (1911 - 1998)*
Ralph Charles Wakley (1915 - 1948)*
Logan City Cemetery
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Originally Created by: Matthew Bingham
Record added: Oct 31, 2007
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