WILLIAM Moore BINNS  (I4821)
Surname: BINNS
Given Names: WILLIAM Moore

Gender: Male Male
      

Birth: 1861 Worcester
Death: 7 November 1920 Carnarvon, Wales

Personal Facts and Details
Birth 1861 Father41Mother38 Worcester

MarriageReligious Marriage
21 August 1888 (Age 27) Elinor Margaret Bird - St Barnabus, Rainbow Hill, Worcester, Worcs

Universal Identifier 082732312D74114DBF34F5D731ABB58B6C88
Death 7 November 1920 (Age 59) Carnarvon, Wales

Burial 10 November 1920 (3 days after death) Llanbeblig, Caernarvonshire, Wales

Last Change 17 November 2015 - 08:16:47 - by: binnsadmin

Notes

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1879 Sep 19 London Gazette: Volunteers in artillery; 1st Worcester Corps. William Moore Binns, gent, to be Second Lieutenant
1881 Jan 25 London Gazette: Volunteers in artillery; 1st Worcester Corps. William Moore Binns, gent, to be Lieutenant
DATA FROM CENSUS BINDEX:-
> > 1881 Census. Age 19. Living in Severn Street, Worcester, WOR. Occupation - Chemist. Bindex Origin Code N8020.
CHRISTENING DATA FROM GENERAL BINDEX:-
Christened 16-Jul-1861 in Worcester, WOR. Bindex Origin Code IG108.
1881 Census, unmarried son, age 19, chemist
1883 Nov 10 Birmingham Daily Post: First Worcester Artillery Volunteers; Lieutenant William Moore Binns to be captain
1885 Jan 6 London Gazette: Captain William Moore Binns resigns his commission.
1887 "The illuminated address was written and drawn in a beautifully tooled and embossed book by W. Moore Binns, F. H. Thorpe and A. Turner." Henry Sandon.
1888 Aug 25 Worcestershire Chronicle: Full account of wedding
1888 Sep 1 Worcestershire Chronicle: Marriage on 21 Aug at St Barnabas Church, by the vicar assisted by Rev H C Binns, uncle and Rev H K Binns, brother of the bridegroom, William Moore, fourth son of Richard William Binns of Diglis House, Worcester, to Elinor Margaret, elder daughter of George A Bird, of Glenthorn, Worcester
1889 Jun 15 Jacksons Oxford Journal: Gift of candle bracket from Mr and Mrs Moore Binns at a society wedding
1890 Jun 11 Birmingham Daily Post: Worcester Golf Club W M Binns with 14 handicap.
1891 Census married head at Malver Common, Great Malvern, Worcestershire, age 29, assistant and director of the Royal Porcelain Works.
1897 Succeeded his father as Art Director.
1900 Had a book entitled,"Architectural Pottery" published.
1901 Census married head at Mayfield Villa, Aston Terrace, Worcester, age 39, art superintendent Worcester Porcelain Works, worker. Wife not present.
1905 or later Walter Scrivens later to become a foreman printer relates that one of his tasks as a lodge boy was to take billets doux from W. Moore Binns to a Miss Isaacs of Boughton Park, some way out of the city, to whom Mr. Binns was paying court. Henry Sandon.
1906 Author of "FIRST CENTURY OF ENGLISH PORCELAIN" published by Hurst and Blackett Ltd, London
1911 Census at "The Hollies", Oulton Cross, Stone, Staffs, married head age 49, earthenware manufacturer, employer. House had 7 rooms
1913 May 6 Hansard House of Commons: Mr. George Lloyd asked the Postmaster-General whether he is aware of an application on the part of Mr. Binns, of Oulton Cross, Stone, Staffordshire, for the installation of a telephone at his house; whether he is aware that the application was accepted by the telephone authorities on 3rd January, and that up to 18th April the applicant had been unable to get any satisfactory replies as to his inquiries regarding the installation of the telephone; and whether he will state the cause of these delays and the actual date on which the applicant may expect the installation to be made?Mr. Herbert Samuel written answer; I am aware of the facts referred to in the hon. Member's question, but, as I have already stated on the 16th of last month, in reply to a question by the hon. Member for Hanley, the delay in completing telephone orders in the Potteries district has been due to unusual pressure of work. It is hoped, however, to provide Mr. Binns with a telephone service during the course of this week.
1915 Retired as Art Director.
1920 Nov 11 The Times: Death on 7th November at Brynselont Hospital, Carnarvon, William Moore Binns, of the Hollies, Oulton Cross, Stone, Staffs, fifth son of the late Richard William Binns, of Diglis House,Worcester, aged 59
1920 Dec Q William M Binns death registered in Carnarvon, age 59
1921 Jan 15 Probate at London of William Moore Binns late of The Hollies, Oulton Cross, Stone, Staffs who died 7 Nov 1920 at Brynseiont Hospital, Carnarvon to his widow Elinor Margaret Binns. £5079
1921 Mar 8 London Gazette: Late of the Hollies, Oulton Cross, Stone, Staffs, will proved at Principlal Registry on 15 Jan 1921 by executrix Elinor Margaret Binns

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