Elizabeth Jane Binns  (I5284)
Surname: Binns
Given Names: Elizabeth Jane

Gender: Female Female

Birth: about June 1848 Paddington, Middlesex
Death: 9 October 1914 Henwick, Worcs

Personal Facts and Details
Birth about June 1848 Father28Mother25 Paddington, Middlesex

Universal Identifier 07469DED9EAADA119DA50080C8F88E577162
Death 9 October 1914 (Age 66) Henwick, Worcs

Last Change 15 February 2015 - 04:12:07 - by: binnsadmin


1861 Census pupil age 13 at Moravian Ladies School, Old Road, Dukinfield, Lancs
1869 Jun 2 Worcestershire Chronicle: Government School of Art, Worcester, certificates awarded to Arthur F Binns and Elizabeth Jane Binns
1870 Feb 2 Worcestershire Chronicle: Worcester School of Art; certificates awarded to Arthur F Binns and Elizabeth Jane Binns
1877 May 4 Birmingham Daily Gazette: Royal Society of Artists. Exhibition included "a quiet, well-studied, and truthful rendering of "Cherry Blossoms" by Miss E J Binns
1871 Census daughter age 22
1881 Census, age 32, unmarried visitor at home of Richard Tuthill Massey, M. D. (born Limerick) and his wife, at Park Road, Reigate Foreign, Surrey
1884 Apr 26 Liverpool Mercury: Sold at Southport Spring Exhibition; Flowers of October by E J Binns £5 5s
1882, 1889, 1893, and 1895 was exhibitor at the Roal Academy. Paintings of flowers and a scene of Stoulton, Worcestershire
1888 Aug 25 Guest at marriage of William Moore Binns
1891 Census unmarried daughter age 42, artist.
1895 May 11 Worcestershire Chronicle: Worcester exhibitors at Royal Academy include Miss Elizabeth Binns with a group of pansies in a vase.
1901 Census at Worcester, age 52, no occupation.
1911 Census at Briar Cottage, Henwick, Worcester, unmarried head age 62, private means. Also present is sister Sarah Louisa and 1 female servant. House had 8 rooms
1914 Dec 22 Probate at London of Elizabeth Jane Binns, spinster, late of Briar Cottage, Henwick, Worcs., to; Sarah Louisa Binns, spinster; Edward William Binns, accountant; and William Moore Binns, china manufacturer. £1720
2006 From ebay: “Elizabeth Jane Binns Exhb 1879-1911 Member of the Society of Women Artists where she exhibited 17 works, also exhibited 5 works a the Royal Academy and RBA. Picture is signed bottom right and title on back is Going to Market, Henwick, Worcester. Beautifully framed in Gilt and ready to hang Starting price £49.

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