JOSEPH BINNS  (I6891)
Surname: BINNS
Given Names: JOSEPH

Gender: Male Male
      

Birth: 1795 Rotherham - YKS
Death: 15 February 1841 Sheffield - YKS

Personal Facts and Details
Birth 1795 Rotherham - YKS

Universal Identifier 15309DED9EAADA119DA50080C8F88E5769F8
Death 15 February 1841 (Age 46) Sheffield - YKS

Last Change 2 May 2015 - 05:32:32 - by: binnsadmin

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1827 Sep 25 London Gazette: Partnership dissolved between John Deaton and Joseph Binns, hackney coach and car proprietors of Sheffield. John Deaton marked and by implication Joseph signed.
1827 Sep 26 The Morning Chronicle; Partnershipa Dissolved: John Deaton and Joseph Binns, at Sheffield, Yorks, hackney-coach and car proprietors
1833 White's Directory of Sheffield is listed as a victualler and hackney coach owner, Rising Sun, 45 South Street.
1833 Jul 6 Sheffield Independent: Involved with Percival in running coaches between Sheffield and Doncaster
1840 May 2 Sheffield Independent: Thomas Percival and Joseph Binns have had a hearse and mourning coaches built; available for hire at short notice with grey or black horses.
1841 Feb 20 Sheffield Independent: Letter to the editor protesting at the way roads are being maintained. Joseph Binns who died was proprietor of the Sun coach and accident happened between Abbeydale and Millhouses.
1841 Feb 20 Sheffield Independent: Inquest on Joseph Binns. The coach fell on his body, fracturing the collar bone and one or more ribs which punctured his lungs. The coach was going slowly because the horses were exhausted having been detained in a snow drift at Owler Bar for over an hour. Two inside passengers were unharmed.
1841 Census not found.
Will proved 1 Sep 1841
He died after overturning a coach and sustaining severe injuries in Feb 1841. His death is mentioned in 'Danger and Despair, Sudden Death in Victorian Sheffield'.
1841 Apr 28 Sheffield Archives hold at WC 3004 the will of Joseph Binns, stamped as registered 28.4.1841.It states that Joseph BINNS, late of South Street in Sheffield Moor in the township of Ecclesall, coach proprietor, gives to his dear wife Jemima £10 and all provisions, wines and liquors which shall be in my dwelling house. To executors are left the household furniture, plate, china, books and other articles, also horses, cattle, hay, straw, coaches, carriages &c 'to the intent that my wife shall carry on my business as a coach proprietor'. If she can't do so , items will be sold to provide for her and their many children. Mention is made of Mr Tomlinson, of the Angel Inn, his neighbour in South Street.’
1868 Jun 13 Sheffield Daily Telegraph: Auction sale of freehold property comprising houses and shops in South Street, Sheffield Moor, and extensive properties at the back occupied as ale and porter stores; and a house and workshops in Porter Street, by direction of the surviving Trustee of the Will of Mr Joseph Binns. The site contains 766 square yards

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Marriage: 16 September 1782 -- St Mary
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