1888 - 1975 (87 years)
||Ethel Leah Bingeman |
||14 Jun 1888
||Kitchener, Waterloo Region, Ontario, Canada [2, 3, 4, 5]
||religion, story |
||Ethel Leah Jamieson |
||Ethelea Bingeman |
||Kitchener, Waterloo Region, Ontario, Canada 
|Eby ID Number
||4 Oct 1975
||Scarborough, York Co., Ontario, Canada 
||Resthaven Memorial Gardens, Scarborough, Scarborough Twp., York Co., Ontario 
||2 Aug 2022 |
||Joseph B. Bingeman, b. 9 Nov 1847, Waterloo Twp., Waterloo Region, Ontario, Canada , d. 1 Apr 1907, Kitchener, Waterloo Region, Ontario, Canada (Age 59 years) |
||Leah Hallman, b. 30 Aug 1851, Wilmot Twp., Waterloo Region, Ontario, Canada , d. 6 Feb 1929 (Age 77 years) |
||28 May 1872
||Freeport (Kitchener), Waterloo Region, Ontario, Canada [1, 3, 6, 7, 8, 9]
||Group Sheet | Family Chart
- With the Lord
TORONTO, Ont. Mrs. R J. Jamieson (nee Ethel Bingeman), whose long life of service in the Pentecostal Assemblies has touched many lives, went to her eternal reward October 4, 1975. Mrs. Jamieson was born in Kitchener, Ont., in 1888 and at 27, in Winnipeg, Man., a trained nurse and teacher, she turned her thoughts to missions. She went to Liberia, West Africa, in 1915 and served there 18 years - years that were true pioneer days, in a most difficult climate where many laid down their lives early in their careers. Then as Ethel Bingeman, she trekked to interior forest areas and helped to establish mission work.
In one of her early years in Liberia, Miss Bingeman wrote: "Recollections this year are of the visits to town to those sick and dying, and to hear of their faith in God before they pass over the River. They ceased to think of the many who dance or wail for them, rum to be drunk, and bullocks killed, but their thoughts were of the King their eyes would behold. Sometimes sowing in tears, our heart is satisfied in the thought of reaping by and by for the glory of our God."
In 1933 invalided home from the exacting physical conditions where she worked, the missionary turned teacher in Bible school work in Winnipeg for several years.
In 1944, Ethel Bingeman was appointed as the first national director of the newly established Women's Missionary Council. She served in this capacity for 12 years, preparing the important routes for the far reaching missions-slanted ministry of Pentecostal women. Her own life was "service" with great dedication and faithfulness throughout, and part of it was giving strong W.M.C. leadership.
Retiring as W.M.C. director in 1956, Ethel Bingeman married the elderly Robert J. Jamieson, retired West Indies missionary and they lived in the Islands for five years until Mr. Jamieson's death in 1961. Mrs. Jamieson then cared for an older sister in Rochester, N.Y., but had lived in Shepherd Lodge, Toronto, the past six years and had recently travelled to see two sisters in B.C. who survive her. The funeral service was attended by many W.M.C., Missionary and church friends, as well as relatives which included her niece, Mrs. Betsy Carr, and Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Harper, relatives of Mr. Jamieson. The funeral was conducted by Rev. Paul Sorensen of Danforth Gospel Temple. Rev. C. W. Lynn, Rev. James Skinner and Rev. George Lend participated.
The Pentecostal Testimony Decernter 1975
- [S3] Book - Vol I A Biographical History of Waterloo Township and other townships of the county : being a history of the early settlers and their descendants, mostly all of Pennsylvania Dutch origin..., 269.
- [S137] Census - ON, Waterloo, Berlin - 1901, Berlin (Town/Ville) A-7 Page 12.
- [S1592] Census - ON, Waterloo, Berlin - 1891, Sec. 5 Page 33.
- [S655] z Vit - ON - Birth Registration.
Ethelea Bingeman, b. 14 Jun 1888, d/o Joseph Bingeman, bookseller, & Leah Hallman
- [S2173] Find A Grave, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/184753837/ethel-leah-jamieson.
- [S7] News - ON, Waterloo, Kitchener - Berliner Journal (1859-1917), 06 Jun 1872.
28 May 1872 Joseph Bingeman of Waterloo Township was married to Leah Hallman of Wilmot Township.
- [S8] News - Gospel Herald, April 11, 1907 - Obituary of Joseph B. Bingeman.
- [S721] Vit - ON - Marriage Registration, marriage certificate Vol 26 pg 315 (1872), Bingeman-Hallman.
Joseph Bingeman, 24, Teacher, res.& b. Waterloo Twp., son of Jonas and Elizabeth, Married Leah Hallman, 20, res. & b. Wilmot Twp., daughter of Samuel and Mary, Witnessed by: James A. Learn of Waterloo Twp and Elias Hallman of Wilmot Twp., 28 May 1872 at Freeport, Waterloo Twp
- [S7] News - ON, Waterloo, Kitchener - Berliner Journal (1859-1917), 6 Jun 1872.
Married 28 May 1872 Joseph Bingeman of Waterloo Township was married to Leah Hallman of Wilmot Township.