Benjamin James Binns  (I1712)
Surname: Binns
Given Names: Benjamin James

Gender: Male Male
      

Birth: about 1820 Ireland
Death: 20 December 1896 Swansea

Personal Facts and Details
Birth about 1820 Father34Mother32 Ireland

Universal Identifier 42469DED9EAADA119DA50080C8F88E57AC12
Death 20 December 1896 (Age 76) Swansea

Last Change 31 January 2015 - 06:13:01 - by: binnsadmin

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1842 B. A. Trinity College, Dublin (M.A. 1858)
1842 B.A. Trinity Coll., Dublin (M.A. 1858)
1844 Created deacon by Bishop of Bangor
1845 Created Priest by Bishop of Bangor
1851 Census unmarried son age 30, clergyman without care of souls. Widowed head Margaret Binns, age 63
1854 Nov 18 North Wales Chronicle (Bangor): Death on 10th inst at the residence of her son the Rev B J Binns, Principal of The Training Institution, Carnarvon, Mrs. Binns, age 66
1854 Dec 7 Morning Chronicle: The Bishop of St Davids has licensed the Reverend James Benjamin Binns, B.A., prinipal of the training institution at Carnarvon, to the incumbency of St Annes Church, in the Parish of Llandgar.
1854 Dec 23 North Wales Chronicle: Rev B J Binns presented with books on his retirement as Principal of The Training Institution.
1855 Jan 13 North Wales Chronicle: Rev B J Binns gave a talk to Carnarvon Young Mens Society on The properties of the Atmospheric Air
1855 Mar 3 North Wales Chronicle: Rev B J Binns gave a talk to Carnarvon Young Mens Society on electricity including demonstrations and various experiments.
1855-57 Incumbent of St Ann, Llandgar, Co. Carnavon
1857 24 Mar The Times; Rev. Benjamin James Binns, B.A., late principal of the Carnarvon Training College to be Assistant Inspector of Schools. Appointment recorded 14 Mar 1857 in Jacksons Oxford Journal
1857-81 HM Inspector of Schools. Reports on the situation in Wales were discussed in Parliament.
1861 May 22, admitted to Oxford University
1861 Census unmarried head age 40. U. D. clergyman without care of souls assistant inspector of schools. Also present is unmarried sister Alicia.
1865 At 2 Trandirion Terrace, Bangor
1871 Mar 27 Western Mail (Cardiff): Her Majestys inspector, the Rev Mr Binns of Swansea appointed the inspector of Glamorganshire, excluding the Methry area
1871 Census unmarried lodger at 4 Guildford Crescent, Cardiff, age 50, inspector of schools
1871 Jun 20 London Gazette: Rev. B. J. Binns Inspector of Shools in Glamorgan, except Merthyr Tydfil, address 2 Cleveland Terrace, Swansea
1881 Census, unmarried head at Uplands, 1 Freehold Street, Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales, age 60, clergyman Cof E, without care, now Lab H.M. Inspector of Schools of Souls (sic). Also present man and wife servants and 1 girl servant.
1888 Aug 25 Guest at marriage of William Moore Binns
1891 Census at Freehold St., Swansea, unmarried head age 70, late H M Inspector of Schools.
1896 Clergy List: Benjamin James Binns, M A Dublin p 1845, H M's inspector of schools, 1847-81: 1, Freehold Street, Uplands, Swansea.
1896 Died at Maesinch Villa, Uplands, Swansea.
1897 Jan 30 Probate at London of the reverend Benjamin James Binns late of Maesincla Villa, Uplands, Swansea, clerk who died 20 Dec 1896 to; Benjamin James Binns, gentleman; Richard Garnart Cawker accountant; and Francis Holborrow Glynn Price land agent. £19,687
1897 Feb 6 Western Mail: Will of Rev B J Binns, Swansea; £19,645; Many bequests to charities. Family bequests are; Cousin Rev Charles Binns £1000; Cousin W M Binns, £1000; Cousin C Goodwin £800, residue to his cousin Benjamin James Binns, but in the event of his death in testators lifetime then to his wife and daughters
See Birmingham University Archives
1897 Sep 17 London Gazette: Reverend Benjamin James Binns, late of Maesincla Villa, Uplands, Swansea who died 20 Dec 1896, probate at Principal Office on 30 Jan 1897 to Benjamin James Binns, Richard Garnant Cawker, and Francis Holborrow Glynn Price, the executors.

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