Rev. Rupert "Beefy" Bingham, Oxford schoolmate of Freddy
Threepwood, Tuppy Glossop, and Bertie Wooster, was a
Blood and Trial Eights man. Nephew and heir of a shipping
magnate. Colossal frame, ingenuous face about the color of
the inside of a salmon. East End parson running a boys' club
at the East End in Jeeves and the Song of Songs, where he organizes clean, bright
entertainments at the Oddfellows' Hall in Bermondsey East.
Wants to marry Gertrude Alcester in Company for Gertrude, where Lord
Emsworth makes him vicar of Much Matchingham to spite
Sir Gregory Parsloe-Parsloe. Engaged to Gertrude in Go-Getter,
where he wins back her love by breaking up a dogfight
between his dog Bottles and Lady Alcester's Airedale.