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Bingham, James Hervey, 1781-1859



  • Existence: 1781 - 1859

James Hervey Bingham was born on April 11, 1781 in Lempster, New Hampshire. He was a town clerk in Claremont, New Hampshire from 1828-1838, a representative of the New Hampshire General Court and a member of the New Hampshire State Senate from 1816-1817 and 1822. Bingham was a member of the New Hampshire House of Representatives from 1812-1814 and 1824. He died on March 31, 1859.

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

Daniel Webster letter

Webster Mss 802175
Identifier: Mss 802175
Overview In English.

Daniel Webster letter

Webster Mss 803556
Identifier: Mss 803556
Overview In English.

Extract from the Records of Alstead [NH]

Mss 834174
Identifier: Mss 834174
Overview Listing of events (weddings, births, deaths) from 1808-1833 within the Bingham family as transcribed by the Town Clerk, Elijah Bingham.

James Hervey Bingham letter

Mss 813357
Identifier: Mss 813357
Scope and Contents Letter from James Hervey Bingham in Concord to Charles Norris, inquiring when he and other subscribers ca expect the appearance of volume by Hubbard.

Washington [D.C.], to [James Hervey] Bingham., Letter

Webster Mss 843127.1
Identifier: Mss 843127.1
Overview Webster offers Bingham, his close friend and Dartmouth College classmate, employment at $1,200 a year.