Benjamin Binns  (I4116)
Surname: Binns
Given Names: Benjamin

Gender: Male Male
      

Birth: 1786 Ireland
Death: 1843

Personal Facts and Details
Birth 1786 Father65Mother41 Ireland

Marriage 1815 (Age 29) Margaret Williams -
Universal Identifier B9479DED9EAADA119DA50080C8F88E572491
Death 1843 (Age 57)
Last Change 14 May 2018 - 07:00:47 - by: binnsadmin

Notes

Note
1786 May 24 Mentioned in codicil to fathers will; Benjamin Binns, my son, born since the execution of my will; £500
1820 May 2 Freeman's Journal and Daily Commercial Advertiser: Advert for stove grates, new and fashionable ironmongery at 20 Dame Street, Dublin
1821 Aug 9 Freeman's Journal and Daily Commercial Advertiser: Advert by Benjamin Binns, 20 Dame Street; Medals in gold, silver, bronze, and metal, retail and wholesale for commemoration of visit of his Majesty
1821 Aug 10 Freeman's Journal and Daily Commercial Advertiser: Medal inscribed “Ireland hails with joy, the visit of her Sovereign”
1831 May 20 Freeman's Journal and Daily Commercial Advertiser: In matter of insolvency of Benjamin Binns sale of premises at 20 Dame Street, with attached forge, household furniture, stock of hardware, and debts due to the insolvent.
1843 Apr 30 Burial of Benjamin Binns, of Queens Square, at Glasnevin Church, Dublin
1880 Oct 15 Administration of Benjamin Binns, late of 1 Queens Square, Dublon, who died 27 Apr 1843, to Lewis Renatus West of 71 Blessington Street, Dublin, the Attorney of Benjamin J Binns, son of the deceased
Dictionary of Irish Architects: "Ironmonger, of Dublin. Benjamin Binns was probably one of the twenty-four children of Jonathan Binns of Dublin and a brother or half brother of George Binns. Jonathan Binns's second wife Anne, who was a widow for fifty years, ran an ironmongery business from 21 Dame Street; in Wilson's Dublin Directory from 1815 onwards the business is listed as 'Anne and Benjamin Binns'. After Anne's death, probably circa 1822, Benjamin Binns moved to premises at 20 Dame Street; he appears in Wilson's Dublin Directory at this address from 1823 until at least 1831. A bill dated 19 Apr 1830 with a letterhead decorated with engravings of iron gates and grates and other items is among the Pakenham papers at Tullynally.

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Father's Family with Anne Emerson - [View Family (F1617)]
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Marriage: 1745 --
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Family with Margaret Williams - [View Family (F1616)]
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