WILLIAM Pickles BINNS  (I1569)
Given Names: WILLIAM Pickles
Surname: BINNS

Gender: Male Male
      

Birth: about 1864 Bury - LAN
Death: 2 October 1915 Bury, Lancs

Personal Facts and Details
Birth about 1864 Father43Mother40 Bury - LAN

Marriage 20 November 1893 (Age 29) Emmie Dougherty - Kirk Bradden, Isle of Man

Marriage about September 1912 (Age 48) Annie Elizabeth Williams - Newmarket, Suffolk

Universal Identifier F8E9A1350CBB9046867B627D1451A7BAFAEA
Death 2 October 1915 (Age 51) Bury, Lancs

BurialCemetery: St Paul, Bury, Lancs

Last Change 6 November 2015 - 06:19:22 - by: binnsadmin

Notes

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DATA FROM CENSUS BINDEX:-
> > 1881 Census. Age 17. Living in 88 Badgers Street, Bury, LAN. Occupation - Warehouseman Unemployed - Fac Hand Tex. Bindex Origin Code N8020.
1891 Census unmarried son age 27, dramatic advance agent
1893 Manx BMD Page 571 Entry 232, Church of England Marriage of Wiliam Binns at Braddan
1893 Nov 20 Marriage Certificate: at Kirk Braddan by licence; William Binns age 30, bachelor, hotel manager of Falcon Cliff Hotel, father James Binns, musician; to Emmie Moxon, widow age 33, of Falcon Cliff Hotel, father William Dougherty, soldier.
1893 Jun 24 Isle of Man Times: Alleged Stealing from Falcon Cliff.— At the Douglas High-Bailiffs Court yesterday. John William Ward, a young man about 19 or 20 years of age, was brought up and charged with stealing two boxes of cigars from Falcon Cliff pavilion, the property of the Falcon Cliff Hotel and Grounds Company, Limited, one of the boxes being valued at 17s and the other at 12s 6d. The boxes were stolen on or about the 1st June, or subsequently up to Monday last. The defendant was further charged that he did steal from the said pavilion, on or about the 1st June last, a pair of opera glasses, the property of James Thomas Haden, and of the value of 10s.— William Pickles Binns was the first witness called. He said: I am the manager for the Falcon Cliff Hotel and Grounds Company, Limited. On or about the 1st. instant I missed a box of cigars from one of the pavilion bars, and also, subsequent to that date, I have missed another box. I think it was last Tuesday. During this period the automatic machines in the grounds and pavilion were broken open and the cash taken from them.— The witness then looked at two cigar boxes produced by P.C. Wm. Walter Quayle, and said : I identify them by a private mark which shows the price of the cigars. It is on the end of the box. The boxes when full ought to contain 50 cigars each. There are 41 in the one valued at 17s and 29 in the other. The defendant is not in the employ of the Company, and had no right in the pavilion, only by paying and coming through the turnstile.
1901 Census unmarried son, age 37, wine and spirit merchants traveller.
1911 Census William Pickles Binns, at Freemasons Arms, 17 Market Place, Heywood, Lancs, hotel keeper, own account at home, had been married 18 years, 0 children. House had 12 rooms. Also present was Susan Binns, widowed mother age 86
1912 Sep Q Marriage of William P Binns and Annie E Williams registered in Newmarket
1915 Oct 28 Probate at London of William Pickles Binns late of the Freemasons Arms Hotel, Market Place, Heywood, Lancs., who died 2 Oct 1915 to his widow Annie Elizabeth Binns. £799

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Marriage: 14 May 1843 -- St Bartholomew
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Family with Emmie Dougherty - [View Family (F6191)]
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Marriage: 20 November 1893 -- Kirk Bradden

Family with Annie Elizabeth Williams - [View Family (F5770)]
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Marriage: about September 1912 -- Newmarket