Benjamin Shaw Binns  (I606)
Surname: Binns
Given Names: Benjamin Shaw

Gender: Male Male
      

Birth: 14 February 1854 Wakefield
Death: 29 December 1937 Winterset, Madison Co., Iowa

Personal Facts and Details
Birth 14 February 1854 Father23Mother19 Wakefield

Marriage 19 March 1876 (Age 22) Emmaline Augusta Kentfield -
Marriage 1927 (Age 72) Alma Chenowith -
Universal Identifier 38EAE562D33DDC119DA50080C8F88E57CDD0
Death 29 December 1937 (Age 83) Winterset, Madison Co., Iowa

Last Change 16 June 2014 - 04:45:01 - by: binnsadmin

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1860 US Census at Scott Township, Mahaska, Iowa, age 6
1870 US Census at Oskaloosa, Mahaska, Iowa, age 16, at home
1880 Census Webster Township, Maddison Co., Iowa, married head age 26, farmer. Also present is Nathan Binns, unmarried boarder age 25, farmer
1885 Census Webster Township, Maddison Co., Iowa, married age 31, farmer
1895 Census Webster Township, Maddison Co., Iowa, married age 41
1900 Census Webster Township, Maddison County, Iowa, married head age 46, married 24 years immigrated 1868, naturalised farmer. Living close by were brother Nathan and parents Benjamin and Hannah Binns
1910 Census Webster Township, Maddison County, Iowa, Bert S Binns, married head age 56, married 34 years, immigrated 1858, naturalised farmer
1920 Census Webster Township, Madison Co., married head, owner, age 65. Sidney H Morris, age 27, born England, minister in a rural church was a lodger
At the age of 4 years, he came with his parents to this country, the family settling in Mahaska county. They later moved to Madison County.
1930 US Census at Winterset, Madison, Iowa, married head age 76, immigrated 1858
Iowa Obituaries: Benjamin Shaw Binns, a resident of Madison County for more than 50 years, died last Wednesday, Dec. 29, 1937, at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Hugh Young of Winterset. He was 83 years old.
Mr. Binns was a native of England, and was born in Wakesfield, in Yorkshire on February 15, 1854. At the age of 4 years, he came with his parents to this country, the family settling in Mahaska county. They later moved to Madison County.
He was married on March 19, 1876, to Emaline Kentfield. They were the parents of four sons and three daughters. Mrs. Binns, and one daughter, Mrs. Gertrude Crawford, preceded him in death; the former dying in 1923.
In 1927, he was married to Anna Cline, who died in 1934.
He is survived by four sons; James Binns of DeSoto Charles Binns of Earlham, Ray Binns of Macksburg, and John W. Binns of Greeley, Colo.; and two daughters, Mrs. Lillie Young and Mrs. Eloise Hart, both of Winterset.

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Family with Parents - [View Family (F314)]
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Marriage: 13 March 1854 -- Leeds
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Family with Emmaline Augusta Kentfield - [View Family (F315)]
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Marriage: 19 March 1876 --
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Family with Alma Chenowith - [View Family (F316)]
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