Bingley, Charles an English Congregational minister, the son of a gentleman farmer, was born at Hemsworth Lodge, near Ackworth, Yorkshire, in 1813. In early life he gave himself to God, joined the Church at Queen-street chapel, Leeds, and in 1837 entered Airedale College. His first settlement was at Middlesborough, Yorkshire, where he was ordained April 28, 1842, Thence he removed to Crewe, thence to Tockholes. Lancashire, and thence to Droylsden, where he died, May 30, 1862. Though naturally retiring, Mr. Bingley possessed a moral courage that was equal to everv demand made upon it. His conduct, spirit, and teachings were in harmony. See (Lond.) Cong. Year-book, 1863, p. 208.