William Bingham (Pittsburgh)
William Bingham (1808 – September 15, 1873), served as Mayor of Pittsburgh from 1856 to 1857.
Portrait of William Bingham,
|21st Mayor of Pittsburgh|
|Preceded by||Ferdinand E. Volz|
|Succeeded by||Henry A. Weaver|
|Died||September 15, 1873 (aged 64/65)|
|Resting place||Allegheny Cemetery|
William Bingham was born in 1808 and for most of his life was involved in the transportation business. The Bingham Brothers Company was a prosperous firm in the freight delivery industry. The Republican Party was formed in Pittsburgh during Bingham's administration.
Bingham died in 1873.
Ferdinand E. Volz
| Mayor of Pittsburgh
Henry A. Weaver