Here Lies Leslie C. Bingel December 17, 2008Posted by graveyardrabbitsdc in cemetery, headstones, Lewisville.
Tags: Bingel, Lewisville, Round Grove Cemetery, Uecker
In this post I posted a photo of this grave stone.
Leslie C. Bingel was born in New Jersey on December 31, 1897 to August Bingel (spelled Bengel on Leslie’s death certificate) and Hattie Cozzens. He was a Bus Driver with the San Antonio Transit Company. According to the coroner, Mr. Bingel died of acute myelogenous leukemia at 6:30 p.m. on January 20, 1944 at M&S Hospital, San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas. His place of burial is listed as Roselawn Burial Park in San Antonio. His wife, Malinda, was the informant of record.
So how did his gravestone (with the assumption that he is as well) end up at Round Grove Cemetery in Denton County, Texas? Did his wife or children move to this area and decide that Leslie should be moved as well?
Malinda Bingel (nee Nieman) apparently moved to the Denton County area sometime prior to her death on March 31, 1975. She lived in Lewisville and had a connection with the Round Grove community. Her sister, Hannah Uecker, had married into one of the founding families of Round Grove United Church. Malinda died of acute heart failure at Brookhaven Nursing Home in Farmers Branch, Dallas County, Texas after being a patient for three months. She was buried also at Round Grove Cemetery.