Joseph Frederick William BINNS  (I4980)
Surname: BINNS
Given Names: Joseph Frederick William

Gender: Male Male

Birth: about 1863 Birmingham - WAR
Death: 24 February 1942 Pelsall, Walsall, Staffs

Personal Facts and Details
Birth about 1863 Father25Mother23 Birmingham - WAR

Marriage September 1887 (Age 24) Sarah Vann Wilkes - Wallsall, Staffs

Universal Identifier F725CB5277A2CC43AB90D63571845770637F
Death 24 February 1942 (Age 79) Pelsall, Walsall, Staffs

Last Change 16 January 2014 - 05:38:14 - by: binnsadmin


1863 Jun Q Birth registered in Birmingham
1871 Census son age 8, scholar
> > 1881 Census son age 18. Living in Newland Villas, Pelsall, STS. Occupation - Commerial Clerk. Bindex Origin Code N8020.
1889 Nov 19 Birmingham Daily Post: Handsworth Liberal Association chose J F W Binns as representative on the National Liberal Federation
1891 Census married head at Church Road, Pelsall, Staffs, age 28, commercial traveller
1894 Dec 6 Birmingham Daily Post: Nomination for District Councils in Kings Norton include, for Pelsall, J F W Binns
1899 Feb 24 Lichfield Mercury: Property stolen from Mr J Frederck William Binns, coach axle-maker of the Oaklands, Pelsall. F. W. Binus deposed that he resided at Church Road, Pelsall, until October last, and on the 31st of the month his furniture was removed to Station Road, Pelsall. Prisoner lived next door but one to him, and by crossing a garden and field she would be able to get into his garden. The silver and plate was not removed until the beginning of December, and was placed in a sideboard in the dining-room. He found some drains wanted seeing to, and had them altered, and during the alterations he had been residing with his, Mr. J. Wilkes, Beacon House. The house was locked up every night when the workmen left. On the l7th December they took up their residence at the new house. On the 27th of December they thought of giving a party, and then found a lot of articles were missing. He had several times seen the things safe in the sideboard. He then communicated with the police. The bulk of the articles were wedding presents, given to his wife, and included four salt cellars (silver), sugar basin, cream jug, cruet stand, biscuit barrel, pair of trousers, two antimacassars, three worked cloths and coloured worked cloth, fire brasses, clock, two fire dogs, 3 vases, dinner gong, cake basket, brass stair-rods, set of fire-brasses, and a pair of blankets. He could swear to all the things, except the blankets.
1900 Apr 24 Birmingham Daily Post: Walsall Rural District Council vice-chairman Mr J F W Binns (Pelsall)
1901 Census married head at Station Road, Pelsall, age 38, patent axle manufacturer, employer
1902 Jan 17 Lichfield Mercury: Pelsall Parish Council: District Councillor and member of the Technical Instruction Committee of the Council1907 Apr 12 Lichfield Mercury: New magistrate Joseph Frederick William Binns, Oaklands, Pelsall, Walsall
1911 Census at 35 Regent Street, Gloucester, Joseph Frederick William Binns, visiting married son age 48, axle manufacturer, employer. Married head was John Binns, age 73
1942 Feb 27 The Times: Death on 24 at his home Oaklands, Pelsall, Walsall, Staffs, Alderman Joseph Frederick William Binns, Freeman of the City of London, J P, Managing Director of Messrs Frederick Selby and Co. Ltd., Lonmore Street Works, Birmingham, father of Millicent Westley. Funeral Pelsall Methodist Church [Left in will £13,773]
1942 Mar 27 London Gazette: Executor is Catherine Millicent Westley jointly with Lloyds Bank
1942 Jun 4 Probate at Llandudno of Joseph Frederick William Binns who died at Oakland, Pelsall on 24 Feb 1942, to Lloyds Bank Ltd and Catherine Millicent Westley, wife of Henry Mark Westley, for £13773

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Family with Parents - [View Family (F1521)]
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Marriage: June 1862 -- Newport
7 months
2 years
2 years
7 years

Family with Sarah Vann Wilkes - [View Family (F2125)]

Marriage: September 1887 -- Wallsall
16 months
4 years