Harry Kerr BINNS  (I5264)
Given Names: Harry Kerr
Surname: BINNS
Nickname: Harry

Gender: Male Male
      

Birth: about March 1852 Pershore
Death: 20 February 1935 Penselwood, Somerset

Personal Facts and Details
Birth about March 1852 Father32Mother29 Pershore

Christening 29 March 1852 (Age 28 days) Whittington - WOR

Marriage 1877 (Age 24) Anna Katharine Ferrar -
Universal Identifier A8131CA615FDFD4BB33A7DDCA74B939C3E9A
Death 20 February 1935 (Age 82) Penselwood, Somerset

Last Change 27 July 2018 - 05:33:23 - by: binnsadmin

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CHRISTENING DATA FROM GENERAL BINDEX:-
> > Christened 29-Mar-1852 in Whittington, WOR. Bindex Origin Code IG108.
Started work as a painter in the porcelain factory although not mentioned in book by Henry Sandon.
Went as missionary to East Africa under the auspices of the Christian Missionary Society. Retired as Arch Deacon and returned to settle in Somerset, England
1852 Mar Q Birth registered in Pershore
1861 Census at Common House School, worcester, age 9
1871 Census unmarried son age 19, clerk
1875 Church Missionary College, Islington, deacon
1877-78 Curate of Whittingham, Worcestshire
1878 Mar 19, Priest and ordained for the colonies by the Archbishop of Canterbury at Croydon Parish Church
1878-79 Visited Godoma and Jilori in Kenya.
1882-83 Missionary at Freretown, East Africa
1884 Feb Immigrant to Victoria aboard Rosetta , age 36, with wife, native servant and infant
1884-86 Curate of Perth, Tasmania
1888 Aug 25 Guest and assisted at marriage of William Moore Binns
1888 Curate of Bradley, Worcs.
1889 Curate of St. James, Taunton, Somerset
1889 Secretary of Curch Missionary Society, East Africa Mission.
1892 Oct 4 Daily News: Uganda and the Missionaries; Rev H Knox [sic] Binns had been in Freretown for seventeen years.
1896 Dec 22 The Times: Rev H. K. Binns conducts a marriage in Frere Town, Mombasa
1899 Feb 4 North Wales Chronicle: Rev H K Binns, the secretary of the Church Missionary Society in Mombassa, reports on severe starvation among the natives.
1899 Jun 16 Liverpool Mercury: Rev H K Binns writes from Freretown about starvation in East Africa
1899 Oct 2. The Times has a piece on starvation in Africa that says "the Revd. H. K. Binns having fed from 500 to 1000 people constantly during the last 12 months in East Africa Protectorate"
1904 Register of Electors, Islington: 8075 Binns, Harry Kerr at dwelling house, 38 Poets Road
1923 Retired as Arch Deacon and returned to live in Somerset, England
1923 May 3 Arrival in London aboard Madura from Kilindini, Mozambique, age 71, clerk in holy orders, 2nd class, going to Cross Cottage, Over Stanway, Somerset, with wife Anna Katherine
1925 Revised and re-arranged the Swahili-English Dictionary of Johann Ludwig Krapf originally published in 1844
1935 Feb 22 Western Gazette: Death of Harry Kerr Binns, Canon and late Archdeacon of Monbasa, 48 years missionary, died at Coombeside, Penselwood on 20 Feb, age 83
1935 Feb 22 The Times: Death on 20 Feb at Pen Selwood, Bourton, Dorset, Rev Harry Kerr Binns, Canon of Mombassa, second son of the late R W Binns, of Diglis House, Worcester, aged 83. C M S Missionary to East Africa 1876-1923 [ Good and brief obituary on 23 Feb]
1935 Mar Q Death of Harry K Binns registered in Wincanton age 83
1936 Jan 3 Probate at London of the reverend Harry Kerr Binns late of Coombe Side, Penselwood, Somerset, clek who died 20 Feb 1935 to; Richard Lawson Coad;, solicitor and Richard Kenneth Shepherd, medical practitioner. £863

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