Taken from Antiquities and Histories:
Hiram, Jr., was born at Honolulu. Came to the United States with his father about 1841, Educated at Yale, where he graduated in 1853. Afterwards, during a part of his theological course, was a student at Andover. Ordained Nov. 9th, 1856. A missionary of the American Board first at Ascension Island, afterwards at Charlotte Island in the Pacific, 1857-64. For two years had command of the missionary packet. Morning Star, 1866-68. Next located at Charlotte Island. For several years has resided at Sandwich Island connected with the Hawaiian Foreign Missionary Society. They have one child, a son.
Hiram Bingham II. m. Minerva Clarissa Brewster
parents, Hiram Bingham and Sybil Moseley
grandparents, Calvin Bingham of Bennington, VT and Lydia Denton
great-grandparents, Joseph Bingham and Ruth Post.
Please see also wikipedia.org for a biography: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hiram_Bingham_II
Yale and Andover Theological seminary graduate. Pioneer Congregationalist missionary to Gilbert Islands where he helped create a written form of the language and translated the Bible into Gilbertese. HIs son, Hiram Bingham III became famous for his archeological work at Machu Picchu
The Bingham Family in the United States, Library of Congress # 96-83801, Published by The Bingham Association, and family history information.
Wikipedia.org biography: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hiram_Bingham_II
Photos of Hiram Bingham II and his wife Clarissa Brewster
His Obituary in the Commercial Advertiser (Honolulu, Hawaiian Territory)
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