William Bingham (Pittsburgh)

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This article is about the Pittsburgh mayor. For the Philadelphia statesman, see William Bingham.
William Bingham
21st Mayor of Pittsburgh
In office
1856–1857
Preceded by Ferdinand E. Volz
Succeeded by Henry A. Weaver
Personal details
Born 1808
Died September 15, 1873 (aged 64/65)
Pittsburgh in 1857

William Bingham (1808 – September 15, 1873), served as Mayor of Pittsburgh from 1856 to 1857.

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 Mayor Bingham's administration.

Mayor Bingham died in 1873.

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Preceded by
Ferdinand E. Volz
Mayor of Pittsburgh
1856–1857
Succeeded by
Henry A. Weaver