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Bingham County was created January 13, 1885, and named after Henry H. Bingham, a congressman from Pennsylvania and friend of William Bunn, Idaho's Territorial Governor. As a young officer in the Civil War, Bingham rose from lieutenant to brigadier general; he was
awarded the Medal of Honor for his actions at the Battle of the Wilderness. Fremont County was carved out of Bingham
in 1893, Bonneville in 1911, Power in 1913, and Butte in 1917. Blackfoot is the county seat.

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Entrance to the South Idaho Sanitarium
now known as Idaho State Hospital South



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School Records

Wills/Probate Records

Website Updates:
April 2018
Census:
2000 and 2010 Census Demographics have been added.
News: Accidental Deaths: Five year old daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Rudolph drowns.
News: Brevities: Brevities for the towns of McDonaldville and Thomas have been added.
News: Crime: News stories re: P. E. Farnsworth, Maude Dodge, Minnie Watson, Louis Sayco, Frank Harris and John Lyons.
News: Community: News stories re: Mrs. E. J. Potter, Sr.; Miss Hazel Potter; R. Reuff; W. E. Harris.
News: Marriage Announcements: Molly Miller to Gordon Kirkpatrick; James Conger to Ada Muntz; Geo. B. Riches to Nancy Seedall; E. Stanley Park to Agnes Blackman.
Obits: James W. Wray; James A. Wallace; Ethel Louise Harper; Mrs. Charles Sickert; Sterling Allred; Mrs. W. W. Priestley; Emily Warren Hodder; Mrs. J. F. Henry; Osmond Orville Talbot; Olive Bell Faulconer; Mary Luetta McLean; Allen Taylor.

January 2018

Cemeteries: Just Family Cemetery Records have been added.

 

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Surrounding Counties
Bannock County
Blaine County
Bonneville County
Butte County
Caribou County
Jefferson County
Power County

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