Thomas Binns  (I17995)
Given Names: Thomas
Surname: Binns

Gender: unknown unknown
      

Death: 23 May 1850 London

Personal Facts and Details
Death 23 May 1850 London

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1849 Sep 16 Date of will of Thomas Binns of 11 Buckingham Row
1850 May 27 The Standard (London): Death on 23 May at Buckingham Row, Westminster, London of Serjeant Thomas Binns, Scots Fusilier Guards.
1850 Jun Q Death of Thomas Binns registered in Westminster.
Will ofThomas Binns of 11 Buckingham Row, Westminster, gentleman to my nephew Charles Henry Weston, now or formerly a clerk in the Bank of England, 37 Cadogan Terrace, Sloane Street, Chelsea, now let at a rent of £30 per year; to my niece Harriet the wife of John Hill [or Still] of Grosvenor Park North, Camberwell; 23 Gillingham Street, Pimlico let at a rent of £40 per year; to Jemima widow of my late brother Joseph Binns of Sheffield, rents on the lease dated 25 March 1845 granted by me on property in Charles Street, Sheffield to Richard Cardwell of Sheffield for 60 years; and then to my nephew Joseph Binns of Sheffield; I give to George Bowron and George Weston £350;
To the youngest children of Jemima Binns namely Charlotte Binns, Joseph Binns, Harriet Binns, Jemima Binns, Thomas Binns, Maria Binns and Jane Binns when they attain the age of 14 years; I give unto Joseph Normanton, John Normanton, Charlotte Normanton, Harriet Normanton and William Normanton, to my nephew Robert Wilkins of Burlington Street, Piccadilly; to my niece Mary Ann the wife of Payne of Chatham, Kent, shoemaker; god daughter Louisa Bowron, daughter of George Bowron; to Mary the wife of Frederick Wyatt of 52 ?? Street, Smithfield, tailor; to Annette widow of the late Adam Marriot formerly a serjeant in the third regiment of guards; and Jane Porter of 5 Church Street, Soho, spinster. I appoint George Bowron of Oxford Street, stationer and George Western, clerk in the Bank of England to be executors. To my servant Olive North.
Dated 16 September 1849
Witnessed by Charles Furber, Little Chapel Street, Westminster and Richard Harris, 51 Cobourg Row, Westminster
Codicil
Wearing apparel to nephew Robert Wilkins; gold watch to my nephew William Tary; silver watch to nephew William Thompson; silver cup to Major Judd, surgeon major in Scots Fusilier Guards.[London Gazette: Scots Fusilier Guards, Battalion Surgeon William Henry Judd to be Surgeon Major. Dated 22 Jul 1845]
Dated 13 May 1850
Winessed by Charles Furber, Little Chapel Street, Westminster and Richard Harris, 3 Douglas Gardens, Chapter Street, Westminster.
Proved at London 10 Jun 1850 by George Bowron and George Western

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