THOMAS BINNS  (I2173)
Surname: BINNS
Given Names: THOMAS

Gender: Male Male
      

Birth: about 1846 Cowling - YKS
Death: 30 May 1921 Micklethwaite, Bingley, Yorks

Personal Facts and Details
Birth about 1846 Father36Mother35 Cowling - YKS

Marriage September 1868 (Age 22) Elizabeth Bannister - Skipton, Yorks

Universal Identifier 380F41E8710618429BB787804C8690CAC6B6
Death 30 May 1921 (Age 75) Micklethwaite, Bingley, Yorks

Last Change 22 February 2015 - 07:46:19 - by: binnsadmin

Notes

Note
Biography in: Weaving a Century - The Centenary Celebration of Binns Factory:"[Following the death of their father]The control of the business now passed to John and Thomas
Binns, sons of the founder. In 1890 John and Thomas Binns dissolved partnership, and the latter built a new mill at Cowling. Two years later his brother, John Binns, died at the early age of 49."
1851 Census son age 5, scholar
1861 Census son age 15, scholar
1881 Census,married head at New St., Cowling, age 35, stuff manufacturer. Also present was unmarried domestic servant Sarah Bannister, age 26, born Cowling, possible relation of his wife. Neighbour was brother John.
1890 Sep 30 London Gazette: Partnership dissolved by mutual consent between John Binns and Thomas Binns, manufacturers at Cowling under the style of John Binns and Sons. Debts due to and owing from will be handled by John Binns who will carry on the business under the style John Binns and Sons. Thomas Binns will carry on business under his own name.
1890-3 Built Carr Mill, Cowling
1891 Census married head at New Rd. Side, Cowling, age 46, cotton woollen manufacturer, employer.
1893 Firm became limited company. Directors, J. P. Fielden (Chairman) [brother in law, husband of Alice], Mrs. H Binns (widow)[widow of John Binns], and nephew, Everett Binns, age 26.
1895 May 23 Leeds Mercury: School Board at Cowling T Binns, manufacturer and E Binns, manufacturer
1898 Company acquired the mill built by Thomas
1898 Feb 25 Yorkshire Evening Post: Mr Thomas Binns, manufacturer of Royd Mill, Cowling, liabilties at about £30,000 and assets of £4,000
1898 Jun 14 London Gazette: Assignment for the benefit of creditors executed 24 Feb 1898 by Thomas Binns residing at Spring House and carrying on business at Royd and Carr Sheds, Cowling, manufacturer and commission weaver.
1900 Nov 7 Huddersfield Chronicle: Bankrupts; Thomas Binns of Micklethwaite near Bingley, commission agent
1901 Census married head at 1 The Green, Micklethwaite, Bingley, age 55, cotton yarn agent,on own account.
1911 Census at 1 The Green, Micklethwaite, widowed head age 65, had 6 children, 5 living, dyers commission agent on own account. House had 8 rooms
1921 Died at 3 Grange Cottages, Micklethwaite, Bingley
1921 Jun Q Death of Thomas Binns registered in Keighley age 75
1921 Sep 5 Probate at London of Thomas Binns late of 23 Grange Cottages, Micklethwaite, Bingley who died 30 May 1921 to Annie Binns, spinster. £1382

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Family with Parents - [View Family (F1541)]
Father
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Marriage: 13 July 1835 -- St Andrews
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Sister
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Family with Elizabeth Bannister - [View Family (F1091)]
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Marriage: September 1868 -- Skipton
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Daughter
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