James BINNS  (I1241)
Surname: BINNS
Given Names: James

Gender: Male Male
      

Birth: about 1785 London, Middx.
Death: 29 November 1855 Wortley, Leeds

Personal Facts and Details
Birth about 1785 London, Middx.

Marriage 2 May 1802 (Age 17) Hannah FLETCHER - Rothwell - YKS

Marriage 6 October 1836 (Age 51) Mary Groves - St Peter, Leeds

Universal Identifier 1E62257E13D90940AA5B84524BAB904902F0
Death 29 November 1855 (Age 70) Wortley, Leeds

Reference Number 012
Last Change 14 January 2015 - 09:37:37 - by: binnsadmin

Notes

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DATA FROM MARRIAGE BINDEX:-
Married 02-May-1802 in , Rothwell, WRY. Bindex Origin Code S0092. Family Group 012.
1829 Jun 11 Leeds Intelligencer: Mill property and machinery at Grace Street, New Road End, Leeds to be let. Now in occupation of Messrs Eyres and Sons. Apply to James Binns on the premises
1834 May 17 Leeds Times: Advertisement by cloth merchants and dressers regarding payment of employees and opposition to both unions and the lowering of wages.
1836 Oct 8 Leeds Intelligencer: Marriage on Thursday last, Mr James Binns of Leeds to Mary, eldest daughter of the late Mr George Groves of Myton, in this county, farmer
1839 Apr 27 Leeds Mercury: Mill to let at Hunslet lately occupied by James Binns & Son
1839 May 11 Leeds Times: Waterproof Woollens; advertisement for use of new process for wareproofing fabric. Also use of Waltons Patent for the Oscillating Raising Machine by James Binns and Son, of Grace Street and New Park Street Mills
1840 Oct 23 The Hull Packet; Burglary:- The residence of James Binns Esq., at Scarcroft, near Leeds, was entered by thieves. From the drawing room the took two salt spoons, a pair of sugar tongs, a caddie spoon, sugar spoon, and a mustard-pot top, all silver.
1841 Feb 27 Manchester Courier: Mr James Binns the elder of the firm of Messrs James Binns and Son gave evidence in a patent case involving cards for carding
1841 Census head at Scarcroft, near Leeds, age 55, cloth finisher
1841 Oct 30 York Herald: West Riding Michaelmas Sessions; Leeds, Grand Jury James Binns, Scarcroft, merchant
1841 Jul 8 and 9 Poll for two Knights of the Shire: Leeds, Leeds; James Binns of Grove house, Scarcroft did not vote
15 Aug 1846 Leeds Mercury; Marriage at our parish church Henry, third son of William Ingham Esq, of Wortley to Hannah youngest daughter of Jas. Binns, Esq, Park Square, Leeds
1851 Census married head at Wortley, Leeds, age 66, cloth finisher, born London, Middlesex
1856 Mar 7 Morning Chronicle: Partnership dissolved William Binns, Joseph Burras, Abraham Fletcher Binns, Mary Binns, Edward Binns, William Binns, and Henry Ingham (executor of James Binns sen.) as far as regards James Binns sen. who died 29 Nov 1855, of Leeds, cloth finishers
1869 Feb 24 Will of James Binns cloth dresser of Wortley proved at Wakefield by Edward his son, a clerk, to a cloth merchant and Henry Ingham brick maker of Wortley. £1000.

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Family with Parents - [View Family (F638)]
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Marriage: 7 March 1784 -- Shoreditch - LND
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Family with Hannah FLETCHER - [View Family (F206)]
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Marriage: 2 May 1802 -- Rothwell - YKS
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Family with Mary Groves - [View Family (F639)]
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Marriage: 6 October 1836 -- St Peter
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