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Sgt Green Berry Bingham
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Birth: Apr. 22, 1834
Lawrence County
Alabama, USA
Death: Dec. 31, 1862
Rutherford County
Tennessee, USA

Green was the son of William A. and Elizabeth "Pounder" Bingham. He was born in Lawrence Co., AL. His family migrated to Hohenlinden, Webster Co., Mississippi when he was two years old. He married Martha Rush, daughter of Lewis B. and Hannah "Bobo" Rush, in 1851 in Webster Co., Mississippi. They became parents of five children: two daughters and three sons.
Green moved his young family to Louisiana sometime prior to 1854, moving back to Mississippi prior to 1858. Family legend has it that he was dissatisfied with the area and regretted the decision to move.
On September 13, 1861, at Atlanta, Mississippi, Green enlisted in the War Between the States, as a Private in Co. C, 24th Regiment, Mississippi Vols. On November 1, 1861, he was promoted to Corporal. Green was admitted to a C.S.A. Post Hospital at Dalton, Georgia suffering from "icterus", November 21, 1862, and was returned to duty on November 30th.
His regiment was engaged in many battles. They were moved from Meridian to Tupelo, to Florida and back to Mississippi and on to Chattanooga. On December 31, 1862, after many days of marching, they were engaged in the Battle of Murfreesboro, Tennessee, also known as the Battle of Stones River. Green was reported killed there at midnight the morning of December 31st. Along with the other Confederate casualties, he was buried on the battlefield. In 1867, under the direction of Capt. Bowin Arnold, they were moved to the original Confederate Cemetery two miles south of Murfreesboro. Then in 1890, the fallen Confederates [most were unknown] were disinterred and removed to Evergreen Cemetery, their final resting place. All the Confederates are buried in an area called the "Confederate Circle of Heroes". There is a large monument in the center of the Circle, and each state has a marker on the outer edge of the Circle.
In 1993, a great-granddaughter of Green erected a military marker in his honor at the Double Springs Cemetery in Webster County, Mississippi where the Bingham family worshipped.
Family links: 
  William A. Bingham (1775 - 1865)
  Martha Rush Williams (1834 - 1922)*
  Missouri Adaline Bingham Hardy (1852 - 1889)*
  William Alexander Bingham (1854 - 1940)*
  Hiram Randolph Bingham (1856 - 1935)*
  John Osborn Bingham (1858 - 1913)*
  Sarah Elizabeth Bingham Wright (1860 - 1901)*
  Elijah Bingham (1807 - 1885)*
  Thomas Sidney Bingham (1810 - 1888)*
  Clement Cannon Bingham (1818 - 1891)*
  America Bingham Pounds (1820 - 1907)*
  Adeline Bingham Morrow (1829 - 1904)*
  James Henry Bingham (1831 - 1908)*
  Green Berry Bingham (1834 - 1862)
  Henry Hiram Bingham (1836 - 1864)*
*Calculated relationship
Note: Green Bingham was in a Mississippi infantry during the Civil War. At midnight he was reported missing and was later found to be dead. Note by Timothy Bingham.
Double Springs Cemetery
Webster County
Mississippi, USA
Maintained by: Ruby Mordecai
Originally Created by: timothy bingham
Record added: Mar 14, 2006
Find A Grave Memorial# 13615376
Sgt Green Berry Bingham
Added by: Ruby Mordecai
Sgt Green Berry Bingham
Added by: Ruby Mordecai
Sgt Green Berry Bingham
Added by: Ruby Mordecai
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Honored Son of the South - Thank you for your service to the South & for the ultimate price you paid. Rest In Eternal Heavenly Peace.
- m.g.
 Added: Jul. 18, 2016
Till we meet in Glory - Rest In Heavenly Peace.
- m.g.
 Added: Aug. 2, 2015

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