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The Binns Family
This GEDCOM was created using Personal Ancestral File on 30 December 2007
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Earliest Birth Year John Binns  (I5376)  
Birth 1679 -- Baildon, Otley, YKS

Death 3 February 1768 -- Baildon, Otley, YKS
Latest Birth Year
Earliest Death Year Ann Binns  (I5375)  
Birth 1690 -- Baildon, Otley, YKS

Death 1694 -- Baildon, Otley, YKS
Latest Death Year Kevin Binns  (I5795)  
Birth 8 June 1955

Death 26 June 2015
Person who lived the longest
Elizabeth Gardner  (I15905)  
Birth 1858

Death 1960
Average age at death
Family with the most children
Jonathan Binns + Anne Verney Stokes  (F1625)  
Marriage 3 December 1764 -- Ireland
Average number of children per family

Most Common Surnames
BINNS, Brown, Hall, Hill, Holmes, JOHNSON, Marsden, RHODES, Robinson, Shaw, Smith, SUTCLIFFE, Taylor, Townend, Walker, Whitaker, Whitehead, Wilkinson, Wilson, Wright
Hipperholme, Lightcliffe and Amesbury
1 August 2015 - 2:52:16pm

Thanks to the kindness and generosity of Mark McDermott many photographs and memorabilia of the Binns family that dates back to 1757 in Hipperholme have been added to the archive. In particular they relate to the descendants of Lewis Binns and his wife Gertrude Womersley
Mrs Maria Binns I7041
5 February 2015 - 11:56:11am

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1901 Nov 28 Manchester Evening News: Amusing testimonial by Mrs Maria Binns of Hanover Street, Bolton Row, Sowerby Bridge, in praise of Charles Fordes Bile Beans

1902 Jan 7 Probate at Wakefield of Maria Binns late of 28 Hanover Street, Sowerby Bridge, widow who died 26 Oct 1901 at 70 Raymond Street, Parkside Road, Bradford to; John Shaw Holland, insurance agent; Jane Ellen Barber (wife of Benjamin Barber); and Lilly Ann dyer (wife of John Summersgill Dyer). £493
Turkish Binns
25 February 2012 - 10:46:43am

James Binns, (born Leeds, 1817), and his wife Ann Longbottom, raised a family in Turkey. His great grandson Victor Middleton Binns collected much information about his relations, including connections in South Africa. Although the copy I have of Victors documents is barely legible in places, I have attempted to add the pertinent data and details to the web site.
Any comments, corrections, or additions will be welcome.
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David Binns
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