Joshua Binns  (I11428)
Given Names: Joshua
Surname: Binns

Gender: Male Male
      

Birth: about 1817 Ashton under Lyne, Lancs

Personal Facts and Details
Birth about 1817 Father33 Ashton under Lyne, Lancs

Christening 3 April 1817 Ashton under Lyne, Lancs

Marriage September 1839 Elizabeth Ann Townsend - Ashton under Lyne, Lancs

Last Change 8 October 2018 - 02:56:41 - by: binnsadmin

Notes

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1841 Census head at New Road, Dukinfield, age 20, cotton manufacturer
1848 Mar 25 Manchester Courier: Committal hearing of Samuel Shepley, accused of setting fire to the mill of Messrs Binns and Dean at Dukinfield on the morning of 16 January. Mr Joshua Binns was a partner and made reference to his father promising to pay Sheplet a sovreign which he never did
1848 Dec 14 and 15 Poll for Knight of the Shire; New Delph, Quick; Joshua Binns of Dukinfield a voted for Sir Culling Eardley Eardley, Liberal and friend of John Bright
1851 Feb 18 London Gazette: Partnership dissolved by mutual consent between Joshua Binns and John Binns, cotton spinners and cotton manufacturers of Dukinfield. Business will be carried on by John Binns
1851 Census married head at Crescent Road, Dukinfield, age 34, cotton manufacturer. Also present was Mary Garside, age 10, visitor
1852 Aug 4 Manchester Times: Ashton: Treat to work people. The hands in the employ of Mr Joshua Binns, Dukinfield, upwards of 220 of his hands sat down to a sumptuous dinner.
1853 Sep 28 Manchester Times: Public meeting of powerloom weavers at Ashton. The Ten Percent Question. Mr Joshua Binns of Dukinfield had given the full ten percent to his weavers. A vote of thanks was given to Joshua Binns for this action.
1853 Oct 15 Manchester Times: Dukinfield; Directors of Dukinfield Gas Company include Joshua Binns Esq
1854 Sep 27 Manchester Times: Joshua Binns, cotton manufacturer, was member of jury at inquest into death of an engineer who was killed in a boiler explosion at a cotton mill.
1856 Jun 13 London Gazette: To Joshua Binns, of Dukinfield, spinner and manufacturer provisional patent for improvements in machinery or apparatus for winding, sizing, and beaming of yarns.
1856 Aug 26 London Gazette: Petition for bankruptcy of Joshua Binns, of Dukinfield, cotton manufacturer, dealer, and chapman, hearings on 5th and 6th Sep
1856 Nov 21 London Gazette; Sitting for allowance of certificate on 12 Dec 1856
1857 Jul 18 Manchester Courier: Joshua Binns of Denton accused of defrauding his employer by buying goods on his behalf and then submitting inflated invoices for them
1857 Aug 4 London Gazette: First dividend of 2s. 8 1/2 d.
1859 May 21 Manchester Courier: Trustees of the late Mr John Binns selling; 1 Cotton mill 4 stories high occupied by Mr Jamieson, as tenant; 2 Cotton mill 3 stories high occupied by Mr Kershaw, as tenant; 3 Cotton mill 4 stories high formerly occupied by Mr Joshua Binns; 4 Two messuages adjoining 1; 5 Eleven messuages in Furnace Street, Dukinfield; 6 Messuage in Dukinfield occupied by Mrs Binns; 7 Twelve messuages in Dukinfield adjoining lot 6; 8 Two messuages in Dukinfield lately occupied by Mr Joshua Binns, now occupied by Mrs Lees
1861 Census not found
1863 May 9 Manchester Courier: Household effects in the house at Granville Street, Edgley Road, Stockport occupied by Mr Joshua Binns, are the property of of the undersigned and Mr Binns has no interest in them other than the use of them. Mary Smith.
1871 Census at 4 Campbell Grove, Chorlton Upon Medlock, Manchester, married lodger age 49, living with wife, income from rents. Unmarried head was Helen J Mann, age 26, lodging house keeper
1871 Oct 24 Manchester Evening News: Joshua Binns, publican was in custody in Bury charged with obtaining under false pretences, two horses, two cabs, one piano, six beds, twenty chairs, one mahogany table, and other household effects, and stock in trade to the value of £692 the property of Thomas Walton Dawson, residing at Prestwich, formerly landlord of the Derby Arms, Whitefield. Binns had agreed to purchase the items for £700 but had paid nothing. He said he had property but it was found he had none. Also said he had income of £287.
1871 Oct 28 Western Daily Press: Bankrupts Joshua Binns, Derby Hotel, Whitefield, Lancashire
1875 Dec Q Death of Joshua Binns registered in Chorlton age 59. No probate found

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Family with Parents - [View Family (F3297)]
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Father's Family with Martha (unknown) - [View Family (F3298)]
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Family with Elizabeth Ann Townsend - [View Family (F3300)]
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Marriage: September 1839 -- Ashton under Lyne
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