HENRY Harold BINNS  (I6754)
Given Names: HENRY Harold
Surname: BINNS

Gender: Male Male
      

Birth: 4 November 1873 Leeds, Yorks
Death: 11 November 1957 Leeds, Yorks

Personal Facts and Details
Birth 4 November 1873 Father22Mother20 Leeds, Yorks

Marriage 11 July 1903 (Age 29) Alice Annie Kingston - Leeds, Yorks

Universal Identifier 8DDCF685C307304ABA80B6D93E09EC96BA26
Death 11 November 1957 (Age 84) Leeds, Yorks

Last Change 19 September 2016 - 10:24:08 - by: binnsadmin

Notes

Note
[James Binns (born 1851), the horse dealer, apparently wanted his sons to have horse-related jobs so Henry Harold Binns started as a saddler’s apprentice but, for whatever reason, relations with his father broke down and he “ran away from home” – actually to work in a tobacconist’s shop quite close to the family at 75 Camp Road, Leeds. He appeared there in the 1901 Census when he was 27/28. In White’s Directory of Leeds & the Clothing District, 1894, the tobacconist was Percy Reginald Goldsmith, but it is not known if Henry worked for him initially.]
DATA FROM CENSUS BINDEX:-
> > 1881 Census. Age 08. Living in 24 Samuel Street, Leeds, YKS. Occupation - Scholar. Bindex Origin Code N8020.
1891 Census son age 18, saddler's apprentice
1901 Census unmarried head at 75 Camp Road, Leeds, age 28, tobacconist on own account
1911 Census at 75 Camp Road, Leeds, married head age 38, tobacconist, own account. House had 5 rooms
1957 Administrator of wife was a tobacconist and newsagent.
1957 Dec Q Death of Henry H Binns registered in Leeds age 84. No probate found
[He married Alice Annie Kingston, a dressmaker in the 1891 census, and she was living with her father Richard Kingston, an accountant, plus her brother James, at 48 Camp Road in 1901. Richard was known to be an accountant for the Grand Theatre (a good source of free/cheap tickets for Harold K. Binns! Harold became good friends with a local magician who had a Chinese stage name and was always fascinated with magic.)
Henry and Alice lived at the shop and Susan used to visit with Harold as a small child. Henry lived there until he died. There was no sanitation, toilets were in a block up the side road. The shop always seemed dark. Pictures of 75 and 48 Camp Road can be found on http://www.leodis.org , sadly just before Leeds Corporation demolished them.]

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Family with Parents - [View Family (F860)]
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Marriage: 1871 -- Holbeck
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Family with Alice Annie Kingston - [View Family (F2611)]
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Marriage: 11 July 1903 -- Leeds
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