Bingham, Luther a minister of the Reformed (Dutch) Church, was graduated from Middlebury College in 1821. He was licensed by the Essex Association, Mass., in 1825, and served as pastor from 1825 to 1837 at Marietta, O. He was pastor in Cincinnati from 1837 to 1843, and at Williston, Vt., 1843 to 1851; and a journalist, from 1851 to 1877. In 1855 he joined the Reformed Dutch Church, and was colporteur as well as connected with the Board of Publication. He died in 1877. He wrote much, both in the newspapers and in books. For eighteen years he was the author of the reports of the Fulton- street prayer-meeting in the N. Y. Observer and Christian Intelligencer. He wrote "certain chapters" in Prime's Power of Prayer. He published, Army Life: — Hospital Life: — Living Words from Living Men: — The High Mountain Apart: — The Young Quartermaster: — The Little Syracuse Boy: — The Little Drummer Boy: — Out of Darkness into Light, etc.
"These practical and simple books did an immense amount of good." See Corwin, Manual of the Ref. Church of America (3d ed.), p.183.