Leonard Elliott Binns  (I11726)
Given Names: Leonard Elliott
Surname: Binns

Gender: Male Male
      

Birth: 18 September 1885 Broughton, Salford, Lancs
Death: 10 April 1963 Northampton

Personal Facts and Details
Birth 18 September 1885 Father27Mother27 Broughton, Salford, Lancs

Marriage 12 August 1915 (Age 29) Anna Scott Kilner - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk

Death 10 April 1963 (Age 77) Northampton

Burial 17 April 1963 (7 days after death) Saffron Walden, Essex
Cemetery: Parish Church

Last Change 24 June 2015 - 08:23:25 - by: binnsadmin

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1891 Census son age 5
1901 Census son age 15
1911 Census at 5 Lancaster Road, Pendleton, Salford, son age 25, student
1911 Jun 22 The Times: Emanuel College, Oxford; scholarship of £40 to L E Binns, BA
1913 Oct 1 The Times: Ordinations in Ely Diocese; Deacon L E Binns, B. A., Emm.Coll, and Ridley Hall, Camb., licensed to tutorship at Ridley Hall
1915 Leonard Elliott Binns licensed as Curate at St Andrew’s, Plymouth
1915 Jul 12 The Times: Forthcoming marriage Rev Leonard Elliott Binns, chaplain and lecturer of Ridley Hall, Cambridge, son of George Binns, of The Limes, Pendleton, Manchester, and Anna Scott Kilner, second daughter of Dr Charles Scott Kilner, of York House, Bury St Edmunds . Took place 12 Aug 1915
1919 Mar 19 The Times: Rev L E Binns, vicar of Christ Church, Plymouth, to the vicarage of St Michaels, Devonport
1922 Jul 27 The Times: The Rev L E Binns, rector of North Cadbury, Somerset, and Hulsean Lecturer at Cambridge in 1921-22, has been appointed one of the examining chaplains of the new Bishop of Coventry
1925 Mar 11 The Times: Rev L E Binns, rector of North Cadbury, Somerset, to the vicarage of All Saints, West Ham.
1927 Oct 17 The Times: D D conferred on Leonard Elliott Binns, Emmanuel.
1928 Mar 9 Stamford Mercury: Appointed to Vicarage of St Mary Magdalene; Gedney, Lincs
1929 Jun 28 Stamford Mercury: Rev Elliott Binns takes an injured parishioner to hospital in his car.
1930 May 1 The Times: The Rev L Elliott Binns, D D, has decided to resign the living of Gedney, Lincs, on Jun 30th. Dr Elliott Binns, who was appointed to Gedney in 1928, was formerly vicar and rural dean of West Ham
1933 Jul 20 The Times: Rev L Elliott Binns D D, to be rector of Great Hallingbury, Chelmsford Diocese
1934 Sep 18 The Times: Dr L Elliott Binns has resigned from the rectory of Great Hallingbury
1936 Feb 14 London Gazette: Formal change of name to Elliott Binns. Address "Dalberg", Chaucer Road, Cambridge
1937 Mar 8 The Times: The Rev L Elliott-Binns D D using hyphen for first time.
1948 Mar 3 The Times: Canon L E Elliott-Binns to be canon residentiary and treasurer of Truro Cathedral
1954 Nov 4 The Times: Donation of £5,000 from Canon L E Elliott-Binns, to Emanuel College, Cambridge
1963 Apr 16 The Times: Death on 10 Apr at Northampton Leonard Elliott-Binns, D.D., F.R., Hist. Soc. Canon Emeritus of Truro Cathedral. Funeral at Saffron Walden Parish Church
1963 Nov 1 Administration with Will at London of the reverend Leonard Elliott Binns late of St Andrews Hospital, Northampton and care of Michael Ferrers Elliott-Binns, Woodlands Stables, Harestone Lane, Caterham, Surrey, clerk who died 10 Apr 1963 to; Edward Ussher Elliott-Binns, civil servant; and Michael Ferrers Elliott-Binns, barrister at law. £32514

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Marriage: 1884 -- St Stephen
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