Handel Thomas Alfred BINNS  (I298)
Surname: BINNS
Given Names: Handel Thomas Alfred

Gender: Male Male
      

Birth: March 1877 Salford - LAN

Personal Facts and Details
Birth March 1877 Father31Mother23 Salford - LAN

Marriage June 1908 (unknown) Unknown - Chorlton

Universal Identifier 1140E8699D47CC40B394A295504EDC5AE40B
Last Change 15 March 2014 - 08:11:32 - by: binnsadmin

Notes

Note
DATA FROM CENSUS BINDEX:-
> > 1881 Census son age 04. Living in 2 Avenue, Barton - Irwell, LAN. Bindex Origin Code N8020.
1891 Census son age 14, errand boy.
1896 May 14 Attestation age 19 years 3 months 3rd Battalion Manchester Regiment private No. 5443
1896 Jul 30 Short Service Attestation at Ashton under Lyne, unmarried waiter age 19 years 6 months, born Lower Broughton, Manchester, now serving in Militia
1896 Aug 4 Joined at Ashton
1896 Nov 21 Posted private 1st Battalion Manchester Regiment No. 4908
1897 Nov 17 To Gibraltar until 22 Aug 1899
1898 Apr 8 Elects to come under special army orders
1898 Jul 30 Granted 1d. good conduct pay
1899 Aug 23 To South Africa until 10 Mar 1903
1900 Feb 27 Forfeit good conduct pay
1901 Mar 13 Restored 1d. good conduct pay
1902 Oct 20 Appointed Lance corporal with pay from 22nd
1903 Mar 11 To Singapore until 19 Dec 1904
1903 Mar 13 Granted 2d. good conduct pay
1903 Apr 3 Reverted to private
1904 Mar 28 Permitted to extend service to complete 12 years with colours
1904 Apr 1 Awarded Class 1 Service pay at 7d.
1904 Apr 2 Appointed Lance corporal with pay
1904 Dec 20 To India until 1 Feb 1906
1905 Sep 15 Arrested
1905 Sep 19 Tried and found guilty of act to the prejudice. Sentence reduced to ranks.
1906 Jan 2 Posted to 2nd Battalion
1906 Aug 2 Appointed Lance corporal on pay
1906 Oct 25 Posted
1907 Jun 1 Revert to Class II service pay of 5d.
1908 Sep 29 Re-engaged for the Manchester Regiment to complete a total of 21 years
1909 May 25 Discharged free after 12 years, private. Character very good, Queens medal and clasp for defence of Ladysmith, Belfast. Elder brother Richard Edward Binns serving with Oxford Light Infantry, father W E A Simmons [?] , Commission agent, Denton. Military History: Home 30 July 1896 to 16 Nov 1897; Gibraltar 17 Nov 1897 to 22 Aug 1899; South Africa 23 Aug 1899 to 10 Mar 1903; Singapore 11 Mar 1903 to 19 Dec 1904; India 20 Dec 1904 to 1Dec 1906; Home 2 Dec 1906 to 1 Nov 1909

1910 Feb 1 London Gazette: Appointed postman in Manchester

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Family with Parents - [View Family (F191)]
Father
8 years
Mother
 

Marriage: 1 August 1870 -- Leeds
19 months
#1
Brother
3 years
#2
Brother
2 years
#3
2 years
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Brother
2 years
#5
Sister

Family with (unknown) Unknown - [View Family (F195)]
Wife

Marriage: June 1908 -- Chorlton