Basham Hill Cemetery, Barry Co., MO

Name Born Died Research Notes & Inscriptions Researcher or Resource
BENBO, Michael Renee July 26, 1954
Los Angeles,
Los Angeles Co., CA
July 5, 2017
St. Thomas, Virgin Islands
Research Note: He was the son of Fred Benbo and Helen (Johnson) Brooks. On November 2, 2008, he was united in marriage to Michelle Keyes in Surprise, Arizona. Mr. Benbo had a profound love for the Lord; he was always sharing God's word and reaching out to others with the truth. He ran The Breath of Life Men's Ministry; an email ministry sharing with other's the importance of health principals. Mr. Benbo also supported the Arizona Davidian Fellowship group and ran a fellowship group in Arizona. He was a member of the Davidian Seventh-day Adventist Association in Exeter. Mr. Benbo enjoyed cooking for friends and family. He owned and operated Rooten Tooten Gluten where he became famous locally for his barbeque gluten. He also was the owner and operator of Refreshed Cleaning and Maintenance Services. Mr. Benbo was preceded in death by his father and one brother, Mitchell Triche; and one sister, Jean Benbo. White Funeral Home
Phyllis Long
BINGHAM, Jemmy E. (ROHOMAN) Dec. 3, 1928,
Georgetown, Guyana
Dec. 17, 2013
At Home,
Basham Hill,
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: She was the daughter of Abdool and Saknut (Khan) Rohoman. In 1955, she was united in marriage to Martin James Bingham, who preceded her in death on August 1, 1988. Also preceding her in death were her parents, two sisters (Ruby and Kai), two brothers (Abdool and Sheik), and her first daughter, Desiree. Jemmy Bingham grew up in Guyana and received her education in Trinidad at what was then known as the Caribbean Training College. Since 1954, she was a missionary worker and minister for the Davidian Seventh-day Adventist Association. After living with her family in California for fifteen years, she moved to Missouri, in 1970, when the Association relocated to Exeter. She became president of the Association in 1988 on the death of her husband, M. J. Bingham, and continued her work in that capacity to the day she passed away. - Jay's Note: The name Basham Hill is based on a Biblical reference. It was part of the Davidic Kingdom around 1000 B.C., known for its oak trees. Daughter of Abdool and Saknut (Khan) Rohoman. Married to Martin Bingham in 1955. Upon his death in 1988, she became President of the Davidian Seventh Day Adventist Association in Exeter until she passed. Fohn Funeral Home
Phyllis Long
Fohn Funeral Home
Jay Trace
BINGHAM, Martin James Feb. 22, 1905
Pueblo, CO
Aug. 1, 1988
Washington D.C.
Research Note: He married on December 5, 1955, in Georgetown, British Guiana, and she survives. He lived in California for over 25 years before moving to Texas, where he worked for the Universal Publishing Association as an assistant editor. He moved to the Basham Hill community in 1970 and became president of the Davidian Seventh-Day Adventist Association and the editor-in-chief of the Universal Publishing Association. Additional survivors include three sons, all of the Basham Hill community; one brother of La Mesa, California; and one grandchild. Monett Times
Jay Trace
ROHOMAN, Abdool Mar. 14, 1918
Georgetown, Guyana
Oct. 7, 2000
Barry Co., MO
Research Note: He was the son of Abdool Ghani and Sacknauth Khan Rohoman. He was a security guard and clerk until moving to Exeter in 1983. He was a member of Basham Hill Chapel in Exeter. Survivors include three sisters. Monett Times
Jay Trace

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