Rev James Taylor BINNS  (I4050)
Prefix: Rev
Given Names: James Taylor
Surname: BINNS

Gender: Male Male
      

Birth: 10 May 1850 Sandsend, Whitby - YKS
Death: 5 March 1931 Sleights, Yorks

Personal Facts and Details
Birth 10 May 1850 Father25Mother25 Sandsend, Whitby - YKS

MarriageReligious Marriage
4 June 1879 (Age 29) ANNIE Page - Bramley Wesleyan Chapel, Yorks

Universal Identifier 8F40B10E849C4E4D8D5A1F38CF31AA6192ED
Death 5 March 1931 (Age 80) Sleights, Yorks

Burial March 1931 Whitby, Yorks

Last Change 28 August 2018 - 09:19:13 - by: binnsadmin

Notes

Note
The Surman Index Online: Ministry started 1874
From Stephen Lionel Binns,"He lived quite an enviable lifestyle. My father told a story of an instance when my grandfather and grandmother, before they were married, had been out walking and back at the house my grandmother was helping my grandfather take off his boots. James Taylor saw this and told her off saying that it was the servant’s job to do that sort of thing. One final comment about James Taylor, my father said that he was a very severe, strict and mostly humourless person. On one occasion my father and his brother were playing cricket on the lawn at Sleights and their grandfather caught them. There was no dinner that day".
1850 Jun Q Birth registered in Whitby.
1851 Census son age 11 months, born Sandsend.
1861 Census son age 11, scholar.
1871 Census unmarried lodger at Hays Green, Over, Cheshire, age 21, grocer's assistant. Head was Frances Preston, widow, age 60, former domestic servant
1875 Aug 11 Liverpool Mercury: Wesleyan ministers James T Binns to Seacombe, Liverpool
1878 Jul 29 Leeds Mercury: Candidates for ordination in the Wesleyan Church examined at Wesleyan Chapel, Keighley included James Taylor Binns. His ordination at Kirkgate Chapel, Bradford, was reported 2 Aug in Leeds Mercury
1880 Jul 19 Aberdeen Weekly: Wesleyan Conference; J B [sic] Binns to Dundee (Victoria Road), shall act under the direction of the chairman of the district, and shall change on two Sundays in every quarter with the Dundee (Ward Road) Circuit
DATA FROM CENSUS BINDEX:-
> > 1881 Census married head age 30. Living in Roslyn House, Mains, ANS. Occupation - Wesleyan Minister Dundee. Bindex Origin Code N8021.
1888 Jul 14 Birmingham Daily Post: Wesleyan Conference; J Taylor Binns to Wednesbury
1891 Census married head at 78 Wesley Street, Sedgley, Staffs, age 41, wesleyan minister.
1896 Oct 29 Leeds Mercury: Wesleyan Methodist J Taylor Binns moves to Morecambe
1898 Cheshire Electoral Register
1901 Census married head at 24 Rutland Street, Oldham, age 50, Wesleyan Minister
1911 Census at "Fernley Manse", Fence Avenue, Macclesfield, married head age 60, Wesleyan Methodist Minister. House had 10 rooms
1931 Mar Q Death registered in Whitby age 80
1931 Findagrave: Rev J Taylor Binns, died 5 Mar 1931 aged 81 years burial at St John the Evangelist Churchyard, Sleights, Yorks
1931 Apr 16 Probate at London of James Taylor Binns late of Daleby, Ruswarp Lane, Whitby who died 5 Mar 1931 to; Colin Edward Binns, wesleyan minister; and Kathleen Elizabeth Taylor Binns, spinster. £2170

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Marriage: March 1848 -- Whitby
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Family with ANNIE Page - [View Family (F1075)]
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Marriage: 4 June 1879 -- Bramley Wesleyan Chapel
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