FRANCIS ARTHUR BINNS  (I6499)
Surname: BINNS
Given Names: FRANCIS ARTHUR

Gender: Male Male
      

Birth: about 1864 Birmingham - WAR
Death: 13 January 1915 Saltley, Birmingham, Warks

Personal Facts and Details
Birth about 1864 Father25Mother23 Birmingham - WAR

Marriage March 1890 (Age 26) Caroline Watson - Birmingham, Warks

Universal Identifier A58EBDB4EFBF5E40960539C08F2CFE508D66
Death 13 January 1915 (Age 51) Saltley, Birmingham, Warks

Last Change 15 January 2014 - 09:57:58 - by: binnsadmin

Notes

Note
1871 Census son age 6, scholar
DATA FROM CENSUS BINDEX:-
> > 1881 Census son age 17. Living in 142 Irving Street, Birmingham, WAR. Occupation - Pattern Model Maker - E & M. Bindex Origin Code N8020.
1891 Census not found
1891 Mar 17 Birmingham Daily Post: F Binns attended Saltley and Little Bromwich Liberal Association annual general meeting. He was appointed vice-president.
1891 Oct 26 Birmingham Daily Post: Municipal elections in Birmingham; Francis Binns seconded nomination of William Wilkinson (GL), manufacturer and metal roller, Wordsworth House, Highfield Road, Saltley
1892 Feb 9 Birmingham Daily Post: Gladstonian meeting at Saltley attended by F Binns in connection with the East Birmingham Liberal Association
1892 Apr 1 Birmingham Daily Post: F Binns appointed vice-president of Saltley and Little Bromwich Liberal Association
1901 Census married head at 11 Ombersley Road, Balsall Heath, Worcs, age 36, engineers pattern maker
1911 Census at 41 Ombersley Road, Birmingham, married head age 46, wood pattern maker, employer. House had 6 rooms. Also present were father and mother Enoch and Jane Binns
1915 Mar 2 London Gazette: Claims on estate died 13 Jan 1915 late of 82 Havelock Road, Saltley, Birmingham

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Family with Parents - [View Family (F1045)]
Father
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Mother
 

Marriage: March 1862 -- Dudley
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Sister
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Brother
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Family with Caroline Watson - [View Family (F2682)]
12 months
Wife
 

Marriage: March 1890 -- Birmingham
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Son
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