HARRY BINNS  (I146)
Surname: BINNS
Given Names: HARRY

Gender: Male Male
      

Birth: 28 October 1875 Manchester - LAN
Death: 28 September 1925 Camberwell Green, Surrey

Personal Facts and Details
Birth 28 October 1875 Father31Mother33 Manchester - LAN

Christening 15 April 1878 (Age 2) Manchester, Lancs

Universal Identifier 17D2F25D0D62F540B7A3C307CAE9333D23BF
Death 28 September 1925 (Age 49) Camberwell Green, Surrey

Last Change 28 October 2016 - 03:59:20 - by: binnsadmin

Notes

Note
DATA FROM CENSUS BINDEX:-
> > 1881 Census. Age 05. Living in 508 Oldham Road, Manchester, LAN. Occupation - Scholar. Bindex Origin Code N8020.
1915 Nov 16 Enlisted in 42 Battalion, A Company, unmarried labourer, age 35, of The Block, Collins Street, Melbourne, Victoria; father Law Binns, Rosehill House, Clifton, Manchester, C of E.
1916 Jun 5 Embarked from Sydney, New South Wales, on board HMAT A30 Borda
1916 Aug 24 At Larkhill A F B absent without leave midnight 14th to 10 pm 24th. Awarded 7 days F P No 2 Forfeit total of 17 days pay
1916 Sep 16 Proceeded to France
1916 Oct 1 Taken on strength of 9th Battalion A I F.
1917 Jan 14 To hospital in France sick, scabies
1917 Jan 27 Rejoined unit from sick
1917 May 7 Wounded in action to hospital in France
1917 May 29 Rejoined unit in France
1917 Aug 5 To hospital in France, sick, scabies
1917 Aug 16 Rejoined unit from hospital in France
1917 Sep 20 Wounded in action in Belgium
1917 Sep 25 At Etaples, France
1917 Sep 28 Embarked for UK on Ville de Liege [Stad Antwerpen]
1917 Sep 28 Admitted to Suffolk Hospital, Ampton Hall, severe gun shot wound to abdominal wall
1917 Oct 17 Admitted to Australian Military Hospital, Dartford, wounds almost healed, very tremulous
1917 Oct 23 Brisbane Courier: Wounded for the second time
1917 Nov 27 At Weymouth wound healed tremulous but improving
1918 Feb 1 Still at Weymouth, has scabies, put in isolation until 5th Feb.
1918 Mar 12 Embarked on Kenilworth Castle for Australia. Premature senility and debility
1918 Apr 25 Re-embarked on Field Marshall at Durban, South Africa
1918 May 22 Medical Board: He stated he had nerve and chest problems in Manchester. Emigrated to Australia in 1912 and had no more illness until wounded in the abdomen on 20 Sep 1917. While in hospital in Dartford in Oct 1917 he developed tremulousness and nervousness, which he still has.
1918 Jul 4 Discharged from service
FORTUNE AWAITS MISSING SON. SEARCH FOR MAN WHO LEFT HOME 40 YEARS AGO. Mrs. Marian Ida Stockton, of Chinley, is bequeathed by her father,the late Mr. Law Binns, of Rose Hill, Clifton (who left £106,018), no less than £35,000 upon trust for her and her issue, and he also left £15,000 to each his sons, Walter and Harry. These two reside Australia, but Harry, who fought France during the war, is already on his way to this country.There something both dramatic and romantic in the fact that John William Binns, another son left £15,000 if he can found within two years. Nothing has been heard of him for many years, and it is intended to advertise the wealth that is waiting for a claimant. The task is rendered more difficult by the fact that,so far as is known, no photograph of the missing son is in existence. The son simply lost touch with the family after going out to make a career, and his father wished to make fair provision for him. If his whereabouts is not discovered within two years the sum will revert the testator's widow, and if the search is unavailing a share of the residue of the estate accruing to the missing son is to pass to the testator's grandchildren, or the survivors of them.
1925 Sep Q Death of Harry Binns registered in Camberwell, age 45
1925 Oct 31 Probate at London of Harry Binns late of 50 Camberwell Green, Surrey who died 28 Sep 1925 to George Coward Bingham, solicitor. £9224
1925 Nov 13 London Gazette: Harry Binns, late of 50 Camberwell Green, formerly c/o The Commercial Bank of Australia of 17 Moorgate, London, and formerly of 101 Arica Road, Brockley, London, gentleman who died on 28 Sep 1925, will proved at Principal Office on 31 Oct 1925.

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Family with Parents - [View Family (F25)]
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Marriage: December 1863 -- Huddersfield
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Brother
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Father's Family with Lizzie Forrester - [View Family (F1732)]
Father
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Marriage: December 1882 -- Manchester
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