Samuel Binns  (I11282)
Given Names: Samuel
Surname: Binns

Gender: Male Male

Birth: 22 August 1816 Bury, Lancs
Death: 12 June 1889 Fayette, Fulton, Ohio

Personal Facts and Details
Birth 22 August 1816 Father23Mother24 Bury, Lancs

Christening 13 October 1816 (Age 52 days) Bury, Lancs

MarriageReligious Marriage
12 June 1835 (Age 18) Ellen Taylor - St Mary, Prestwich, Lancs

Death 12 June 1889 (Age 72) Fayette, Fulton, Ohio

Last Change 9 November 2012 - 09:19:00 - by: binnsadmin


1880 US Census married head at Fayette, Fulton, Ohio, USA, age 63, minister.
NB Northwestern Ohio Biographies: Rev. Samuel Binns, our subject's father, came to America in 1838, locating first in New York. City, where he followed the tailor's trade, and was also engaged for a time in taxidermy, in which he was an expert. He prepared many fine collections, and some of the specimens of his skill were secured by P. T. Barnum for his famous museum in New York City. In 1842 Mr. Binns removed to Ohio, settling at Westfield, Medina county, where he followed his trade some fifteen years. As a business man he was fairly successful, acquiring a competence, and wherever he resided he took keen interest in all that concerned the progress and welfare of the community, being public spirited to an eminent degree. He was a thorough American in principle, his adopted country receiving his hearty allegiance. Soon after his removal to Ohio he united with the Methodist Church. Through his study of the Bible he was led to embrace the Universalist faith, and about 1854 he was ordained as a minister of that Church, in which he remained in active service for thirty five years.

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Family with Parents - [View Family (F798)]
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Marriage: 30 December 1812 -- St Peter
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Family with Ellen Taylor - [View Family (F3535)]
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Marriage: 12 June 1835 -- St Mary
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