Clipped From The Salt Lake Tribune
at only. on a at Ulahn,83,Diea In California Tribune l^aiod Wire OGDEN— Mrs. Jessie McDonald Bingham, 83, 2840 Washington blvd., widow of Walter Bingham, died Saturday at 7 p'.m, at . the residence • of a daughter, Mrs. Helen Murdock, in Narripa, Cal., after a short illness. She had gone to Nampa a week ago, She was born March 22, 1865, in Auchinain, Scotland, 'a daughter daughter of Edward and Elizabeth Kcl- lon McDonald, As a child, she came with her parents to Utah as converts converts of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. However, However, her father failed to find employment as a miner in the state and the family moved to Rock Springs, Wyo., and later to Kansas. They returned to Utah in 1884. She had lived in Riverdalc and Ogden »ince that time. She had been active in the L D S church as visiting Relief society teacher, Primary and Sunday school teacher, and at one time as president of thi Weber stake Primary board, She was a charter member, Camp Q, Daughters of Utah Pioneers, Pioneers, tin Oct. 20, 1886, she was married married to Mr, Bingham in the Logan L D S temple, He died in Ogden in 1927. Survivors Include the following sons and daughters: W. Edward and Arthur S. Bingham, Roy; W, Carl Bingham, and Miss Kathryn Bingham, Ogden; Mrs. Murdock, Nampa, Cal.; 31 grandchildren and 34 great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be conducted conducted Wednesday ' at 1 p.m. at Lindquist and Sons funeral chapel by Rulan Wardle, bishop of the Second LDS ward. Friends may call at the chapel Tuesday from 6 to 9 p.m. and Wednesday until time of services. Burial will . be in Ogden city cemetery.