Thomas Binns  (I1466)
Surname: Binns
Given Names: Thomas

Gender: Male Male
      

Birth: about 1836 Ripon, Yorks
Death: 29 March 1896 Sawley Hall, Sawley, N. Yorks

Personal Facts and Details
Birth about 1836 Father36Mother38 Ripon, Yorks

Marriage March 1858 (Age 22) ELIZABETH Masterman - Ripon, Yorks

Universal Identifier 43499DED9EAADA119DA50080C8F88E57B04F
Death 29 March 1896 (Age 60) Sawley Hall, Sawley, N. Yorks

Burial 1 April 1896 (3 days after death) Ripon, Yorks
Cemetery: Ripon Cathedral

Last Change 5 February 2015 - 07:57:57 - by: binnsadmin

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1841 Census age 5
1851 Census unmarried son age 16, varnish maker's clerk
1861 Census married head age 26, commercial traveller.
1871 Census married head at Littlethorpe, age 37, clerk and ....[?] at a varnish manufactory. Next door is Hannah Binns, 1873 Feb 8 Leeds Mercury: Jane Metcalfe, age 17, accused of stealing eight half £5 Bank of England notes from her master Mr Thomas Binns, of Littlethorp, near Ripon, varnish manufacturer
1873 Feb 15 Leeds Times: A domestic in the householf of Thomas Binns, varnish manufacturer of Littlethorpe was charged with stealing four half bank noted to the value of £4
1874 Jun 6 York Herald: Thomas Binns, varnish manufacturer charged with allowing a ferocious dog to be at large. Called his son as defence witness. Case dismissed for lack of evidence.
1876 Jun 28 Northern Echo: Mr Binns cannot bring himself to attend further meetings of Ripon Council because of perceived irregularities in the way they have conducted the business of appointing constables.
1877 Nov 2 Northern Echo: Mr Thomas Binns, of Springfield, varnish manufacturer came second in the poll for councillors in Ripon
1879 Feb 11 London Gazette: Partnership has been determined between William Smeetham and Thomas Binns, carried on at Ripon and at 30 Upper Thames Street, London, under the style Yorkshire Varnish Company, as varnish manufacturers. Monies due or owing to Thomas Binns who will continue the business of the same firm at the same addresses.
1880 Oct 22 Northern Echo: Mr Binns will not seek re-election as a councillor in Ripon
1881 Census, married head at Riseley Hall, South Stainley, North Yorks, age 45, J. P., varnish manufacturer and farmer of 100 acres employing 2 men.
1881 Dec 30 London Gazette: Partnership dissolved by mutual consent between Thomas Binns and Teasdale Robert Hilton Hutchinson carried on at Ripon, Yorks and at 39 Upper Thames Street, London as the Yorkshire Varnish Company, varnish manufacturers. Monies due or owing to Thomas Binns who will continue the business of the same firm at the same addresses.
1882 Apr 15 Leeds Mercury: Ripon St Wilfred Lodge of Oddfellows, Thomas Binns, of Riseley Hall presided
1886 Jan 16 Leeds Mercury: Thomas Binns of Riseley Hall presided over a banquet held in honour of the recently elected Conservative candidate.
1886 Apr 12 Leeds Mercury: Board of Guardians, Ripon Union, Thomas Binns elected
1886 Apr 20 Leeds Mercury: St Wilfrids Habitation of the Primrose League in Ripon presided over by Mr T Binns, Ruling Councillor
1888 Apr 5 Leeds Mercury: 1st Volunteer Battalion (Price of Wales Own) West Yorkshire Regiment will have a sham fight at Riseley Hall, by kind permission of Mr T Binns
1889 Sep 23 Leeds Mercury: Ripon Juvenile Oddfellows included T Binns. At a function held at Riseley Hall, Mrs Binns and Misses Binns provided refreshment. Coucillor F J Binns(Ripon) assisted. Mr T Binns presented banners.
1891 Census married head at Sawley Hall, Sawley, Ripon, age 56, varnish manufacturer, employer
1892 Jun 3 York Herald: Thomas Binns, gentleman of Sawley Hall was sued for £49 13s 9d alleged depredations to Risley Hall incurred during his tenancy between 11 Oct 1880 and 11 Oct1890. Verdict for the plaintiffs for £41 2s 10d
1893 Sep 8 Manchester Times: Alfred John Monson resided for two years at Riseley Hall, four miles from Ripon on the Harrogate road. It is a well-built mansion with extensive grounds surrounding it, and could only be maintained by someone with a considerable income. It was for several years before Mr Monsons occupancy tenanted by Mr T Binns who now resides at Sawley Hall. [On the market with Savills for £10,000,000 in 2010]
1895 Jun 20 York Herald: Summoned for permitting an unmuzzled dog to be at large in North Street, Ripon. Fined 1s and 7s 6d costs
1896 Mar 30 Northern Echo: He leaves a widow, five sons and four daughters
1896 Apr 2 Northern Echo: The funeral of the late Mr T Binns of Ripon took place on Wednesday
1896 Apr 4 Leeds Mercury: Death of Thomas Binns J P, of Sawley Hall, Ripon, managing director of the Yorkshire Varnish Company which he founded, on Sunday last. He was for some years a member of the City Council, and took a great interest in the Ripon Grammar School, and in the work of friendly societies. He was a member of the De Grey and Ripon Lodge of Freemasons and was its W M in 1867. Aged 61
1896 May 15 Probate at Wakefield of Thomas Binns late of Sawley Hall, Sawley, Yorks, gentleman who died 29 Mar 1896 granted to his widow Elizabeth Binns. £5539, net £3,975. Further grant Feb 1902
1902 Feb 27 Administration with will at Wakefield of Thomas Binns of Sawley Hall who died 29 Mar 1896 to; Frances Elizabeth Binns; Mary Alice Binns; and Amy Binns, spinsters. £4800

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