Edward Franklin Bingham
|Edward Franklin Bingham|
|United States District Court for the District of Columbia|
April 22, 1887 – April 30, 1903
|Appointed by||Grover Cleveland|
|Preceded by||David Kellogg Cartter|
|Succeeded by||Harry M. Clabaugh|
August 13, 1828|
West Concord, Vermont
|Died||September 5, 1907
Union, West Virginia
Edward Franklin Bingham (August 13, 1828 – September 5, 1907) was a United States federal judge.
Born in West Concord, Vermont, Bingham read law in 1850. He was in private practice in McArthur, Ohio from 1850 to 1861, and in Columbus, Ohio from 1861 to 1867, also working as a prosecuting attorney of Vinton County, Ohio from 1850 to 1855 and serving in the Ohio House of Representatives from 1856 to 1857. He was a city solicitor for Columbus, thereafter returning to private practice in Columbus until 1873. He was a judge on the Court of Common Pleas, Fifth Judicial District, Columbus, Ohio from 1873 to 1888.
On April 22, 1887, Bingham received a recess appointment from President Grover Cleveland to a seat on the United States District Court for the District of Columbia vacated by David Kellogg Cartter. Formally nominated on December 20, 1887, Bingham was confirmed by the United States Senate on January 23, 1888, and received his commission the same day. Bingham served until his retirement, on April 30, 1903.
He was in private practice in Columbus from then until his death, in 1907, in Union, West Virginia.
- Edward Franklin Bingham at the Biographical Directory of Federal Judges, a public domain publication of the Federal Judicial Center.
|Ohio House of Representatives|
William J. Evans
|Representative from Jackson County
January 7, 1856-January 3, 1858
R. B. Stevenson
David Kellogg Cartter
|Judge of the United States District Court for the District of Columbia
Harry M. Clabaugh