Rev THOMAS BINNS  (I2155)
Prefix: Rev
Given Names: THOMAS
Surname: BINNS

Gender: Male Male
      

Birth: about 1825 Idle - YKS
Death: 27 August 1897 Durham, Co Durham

Personal Facts and Details
Birth about 1825 Father34Mother34 Idle - YKS

Christening 30 October 1825 (Age 9 months) Idle Chapelry Yorks

Marriage March 1848 (Age 23) HANNAH Taylor - Whitby, Yorks

Universal Identifier 1F40BF8F3F0CEB43A22131623E12F4C38346
Death 27 August 1897 (Age 72) Durham, Co Durham

Last Change 31 January 2015 - 09:21:15 - by: binnsadmin

Notes

Note
1841 Census at Haggowgate, Whitby, age 16, weaver's apprentice.
1851 Census married head at Howgate, Ruswarp, age 25, stone mason
1861 Census married head at Upper Bridge, Upper Thong, Holmfirth, age 35, Wesleyan home missionary. Born Idle. Also present is niece Esther M Binns, age 15, born Whitby, servant.
1871 Census married head at 37 Bewick Road, Gateshead, age 45, temperance league agent to the north of england
1873 Jan 11 Alnwick Mercury: Mr Thomas Binns, agent of the North of England Temperance League, delivered a very interesting address at the Alnwick Town Hall, giving his reasons for being an abstainer.
DATA FROM CENSUS BINDEX:-
> > 1881 Census married [Hannah] head age 50. Living in Hamilton Row Street 4, Brandon, DUR. Occupation - Missionary. Bindex Origin Code N8020.
1883 Sep 26 Northern Echo: Temperance Conference attended by T Binns, of Waterhouses
1886 Sep 27 Northern Echo: North of England Temperance League had sermon from Thomas Binns, Waterhouses.
1887 Jul 14 Northern Echo: Mr Thomas Binns [Waterhouses] at meeting expressing support for Mr Llewellyn Atherley-Jones MP for his interest in the case of Miss [Elizabeth] Cass
1888 Feb 1 Northern Echo: Sons of Temperance; At Bishop Auckland, officers elected included T Binns, Waterhouses and T Binns Jr., Shildon
1889 Apr 2 Northern Echo: Durham Liberal Federation; T Binns, Waterhouses attended
1890 Dec 17 Northern Echo: Sunday Closing Meeting at Waterhouses, Thomas Binns requested to form a committee to work towards Sunday closing for sale of alcohol
1891 Census married [Jane] head at 40 Hamilton Road, Brandon, Durham, age 65, temperance missionary
1892 Feb 9 Northern Echo: Waterhouses Liberal Association attended by Mr Binns
1892 Mar 23 Northern Echo: Thomas Binns (home missionary), at important liberal meeting in Waterhouses with Matthew Burnett along side of whom he made an address to the working men.
1895 May 25 Northern Echo: Thomas Binns, Waterhouses addressed an open air meeting at Tow Law, in favour of veto on the existence of public houses
1897 Sep Q Death registered in Durham, age 71
1897 Sep 18 Probate at Durham of Thomas Binns late of Waterhouses, County Durham, temperance missionary, who died 27 Aug 1897 to Thomas Binns, foreman. £170

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Family with HANNAH Taylor - [View Family (F1085)]
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Marriage: March 1848 -- Whitby
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