WILLIAM BINNS  (I1509)
Surname: BINNS
Given Names: WILLIAM

Gender: Male Male
      

Birth: about 1858 Manchester - LAN
Death: 17 March 1950 Llandrillo-y-n-Rhos, Denbighshire, Wales

Personal Facts and Details
Birth about 1858 Father26Mother23 Manchester - LAN

Marriage March 1885 (Age 27) Amy Florence Kelly - Salford, Lancs

Universal Identifier C500428527DAAE4188D892BBA2CC6A222311
Death 17 March 1950 (Age 92) Llandrillo-y-n-Rhos, Denbighshire, Wales

Last Change 27 April 2015 - 08:57:03 - by: binnsadmin

Notes

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1861 Census son age 4, scholar
1871 Census son age 13, errand boy
DATA FROM CENSUS BINDEX:-
> > 1881 Census unmarried son age 23 . Living in 374 Collyhurst Road, Manchester, LAN. Occupation - Tin Plate Worker.
1891 Census married head at 81 Philip Street, Barton upon Irwell, Lancs, age 38, tinplate worker
1899 Jul 11 London Gazette: Partnership dissolved by mutual consent between William Walter Binns, William Binns, and John Walter Binns, general hardware manufacturers and merchants, stampers and piercers, and iron and tin plate workers, at 98 and 100 Shudehill and at Regent Street, Cheltenham Street, Rochdale Road, Manchester under the style of William Binns and Co, so far as regards Wailliam Walter Binns, who retires. Debts due and owing paid by William Binns and John Walter Binns who continue the business under the same style.
1901 Census married head at 61 Trafford Road, Eccles, age 43, hardware merchant, employer
1900 Mar 11 Baptism of daughter Dora address 61 Trafford Road, Eccles, occupation tin-plate worker
1908 The Manchester Ship Canal; Shareholders Address Book: William Binns, tin plate worker, 19 Miller Street, Manchester; 61 Trafford Road, Eccles, Manchester; and Daisy Bank, 172 Wellington Road, Eccles, Manchester.
1911 Census at 27 Victoria Road, Eccles Old Road, Pendleton, Salford, married head age 54, ironmonger, employer. House had 7 rooms
1916 Mar 20 Manchester Evening News: Sergeant William Binns (1135), 12th Battlion K R R Corps, killed in France, March 8th, 1916, eldest son of Mr and Mrs W Binns, Shudehill, Manchester, and Eccles, age 29. Sergt. W Binns (1135), 12th Battalion K R R Corps, killed in France Mar 8 age 29. From his Uncle, Aunt, and Cousins. Mr and Mrs J W Binns, Queens Park, Manchester
1917 Mar 8 Manchester Evening News: In memory of son and brother Sergeant William Binns, 1135 B Company 12 Batt Kings Royal Rifle Corps, killed at Ypres Mar 8 1916. Father, Mother, Sisters, and Brothers. 27 Victoria Road, Pendleton.
1917 May 21 Manchester Evening News: William Binns, wholesale hardware dealer of Shudehill had money stolen from him by an employee
1928 Jun 19 London Gazette: Partnership dissolved by mutual consent between William Binns and John Walter Binns, as general hardware manufacturers and merchant stampers and piercers and iron and tinplate workers formerly at numbers 96, 98, , and 100 Shudehill, but now at 25, 27, and 29 Rochdale Road, Manchester under the style William Binns & Co, and at 11 Regent Street, Cheltenham Street, Rochdale Road, Collyhurst under the style The Acme Tin Stamping Co. All debts due and owing will be paid by William and John Walter Binns
1932/4 Manchester Ship Canal, Shaeholder Addresses: William Binns, tin plate worker, Avon Lodge, Allanson Road, Rhos on Sea, Colwyn Bay, Wales.
1950 Mar Q Death of William Binns registered in Aled age 93
1950 Jun 5 Probate at Manchester of William Binns late of Avon Lodge, Allanson Road, Llandrillo-yn-Rhos who died 17 Mar 1950 at Merryvale Nursing Home, Princess Drive, Colwyn Bay to; Alfred Binns, no occupation; and Harold Binns, wholesale hardware merchant. £15549
1950 Jul 18 London Gazette: Late of "Avon Lodge", Allanson Road, Llandrillo-y-n-Rhos, Denbighshire, general hardware merchant, retired. Personal representatives, Alfred Binns and Harold Binns

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Marriage: March 1854 -- Manchester
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Marriage: March 1885 -- Salford
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