Frederick Charles Binns  (I3055)
Surname: Binns
Given Names: Frederick Charles

Gender: Male Male
      

Birth: 24 October 1843 St Saviour, Surrey
Death: 13 August 1915 Christchurch, New Zealand

Personal Facts and Details
Birth 24 October 1843 Father28Mother31 St Saviour, Surrey

Marriage 24 February 1870 (Age 26) Harriet Mills - Te Aro, Wellington, New Zealand

Universal Identifier F7F7E562D33DDC119DA50080C8F88E579983
Death 13 August 1915 (Age 71) Christchurch, New Zealand

Burial 16 August 1915 (3 days after death) New Zealand
Cemetery: Papanui Churchyard

Last Change 4 November 2015 - 09:01:59 - by: binnsadmin

Notes

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1843 Born at 1 John's Place, Holland Street, Blackfriars, London
1851 Census, son age 10, scholar
1861 Census son age 17, born Southwark
1864 Jul 2 New Zealand Spectator and Cook's Strait Guardian [Wellington]: The ship Western Australian arrived from London. Cabin passengers included Fredk. E Binns.[surely Frederick Charles Binns]
1864 Emigrated to Wellington, New Zealand where he started a photographic business with Mr. Wrigglesworth
1871 Jan 24 Evening Post, Wellington, New Zealand On 23 inst. At Haining Street, the wife of F. C. Binns, a son
1872 May 7 Wellington Independent: Electoral roll for Wellington, objection to Frederick Charles Binns, household, removed
1886 Mar 31 Asked by the Wellington Rifles Volunteers to be second lieutenant of the D Battery of Artillery
1886 Nov 12 Evening Post: Mr Binns purchased new equipment on his late visit to England
1888 May 11 Photographers of 1st English rugby 15 to tour southern hemisphere.
1890 In Australia application for registration of patent by James Dacie Wrigglesworth and Frederick Charles Binns titled - An improved process means for giving a matt surface to albumenised silver paper photographs or prints
1891Jun 26 Committee Member of Wellington Amateur Operatic Society and J D Wrigglesworth was chairman.
1892 Jul 20 Vestryman of St Peter’s Parish Church, Wellington
1893 May 5 Evening Post [Wellington]: For sale on account of the owner (F C Binns) leaving for Christchurch, a first class Family Residence, of ten rooms, exclusive of bathroom, linen-closet, conservatory, and scullery, two p.w.c.s, hot and cold water, and every convenience; also large, well-stocked garden. Apply Wrigglesworth and Binns, Willis Street, or the premises at Claremont Grove, Austin Street.
1895 and 1896 F. C. Binns listed as member of the Council of the New Zealand Institute and the Philosophical Institute of Canterbury
1899 F. C. Binns listed as member of the Council of the Philosophical Institute of Canterbury
1902 May 17 The Freelance, Wellington (New Zealand): Photograph as Grand Superintendent, Canterbury [Free Masons]
1915 Living at 73 Winchester Street, Merivale, Christchurch
1915 Aug 19 Nelson Evening Mail: Killed by a motor car, driver charged with manslaughter
1915 Nov 15 Sun: Left estate of £4174. Everything other than his masonic paraphernalia left to his wife
2007 Autumn See News Letter No 14

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Family with Parents - [View Family (F247)]
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Marriage: 2 May 1837 -- Halifax
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Father's Family with Elizabeth SHORT - [View Family (F245)]
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Marriage: about December 1864 -- Yeovil
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Family with Harriet Mills - [View Family (F3527)]
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Marriage: 24 February 1870 -- Te Aro
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