Thomas Binns  (I7266)
Surname: Binns
Given Names: Thomas

Gender: Male Male
      

Birth: about 1828 Kirton in Lindsey, Lincs
Death: 23 November 1868 Kirton in Lindsey, Lincs

Personal Facts and Details
Birth about 1828 Father36Mother22 Kirton in Lindsey, Lincs

Baptism 19 July 1828 (Age 6 months) St Andrew, Kirton in Lindsey, Lincs

Marriage 29 June 1852 (Age 24) Jane Cooper - St Andrews, Kirton in Lindsey

Universal Identifier 88B1CACB7755DC119DA50080C8F88E57EE0C
Death 23 November 1868 (Age 40) Kirton in Lindsey, Lincs

Burial 25 November 1868 (2 days after death) Kirton in Lindsey, Lincs
Cemetery: St Andrew

Last Change 21 January 2016 - 07:50:17 - by: binnsadmin

Notes

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1841 Census, at Market Place, Kirton in Lindsey, age 13, no occupation
1851 Census unmarried nephew at Aunt Elizabeth's, age 22, baker
1855 P.O. Directory listed Thomas & John Binns as Coal, Wine & Spirit Merchants.
1858 Oct 22 London Gazette; Partnership dissolved by mutual consent between Thomas Binns and John Binns, Kirton in Lindsey, Lincs, corn, cake, seed, and coal merchants. Business will be continued by Thomas Binns alone
1861 Census married head at House and Offices, Kirton in Lindsey, age 33, malster and general merchant and miller employing 10 men. Also present is unmarried visiting aunt Louisa Lee age 70, born Lincoln
1861 Oct 11 London Gazette: Partnership dissolved by mutual consent between Thomas Binns, Thomas Martinson Richardson, and Edwin Tickler, corn cake and coal merchants, millers, dealers in artificial manures, and general merchants at Kirton in Lindsey, so far as regards Richardson who has retired Debts owing to and from paid by continuing partners.
1863 Jul 31 Lincolnshire Chronicle: Gave evidence at Lincolnshire Summer Assizes regarding a dispute over the quality of Danish barley. Binns had the barley at Hull and sold 181 quarters at 33s 3d a quarter
1865 Jul 28 Hull Packet and East Riding Times: Gainsborough Petty Sessions; Mary Ann Spacey charged with stealing 2s. in silver, one gold ring, and two pairs of scissors, the propery of Thos Binns, Kirton
1866 11 Aug; The Times; Bankrupt Thos Binns, Ed. Tinkler, and Jno Binns, Kirton in Lindsey, corn millers.
1866 Sep 7 Stamford Mercury: For sale by 2 day auction at Kirton-in-Linsey on instruction of assignees of Thomas Binns and Co., bankrupts, the whole of the household effects including a piano and contents of servants rooms, and the whole of the live and dead farming stock and appendages of the Britannia Steam Corn Mills.
1866 Oct 19 Hull Packet: Messrs Thomas Binns & Co hearing at Hull Bankruptcy Court. Thomas Binns had been principal manager of businesss that had started in 1859, with capital £3000. Binns had contributed a warehouse and £400 that his wife had. The deficiency amounted to £13,000 odd. Annual turnover had been £30,00 to £40,000 in flour. They had lost money during the cotton famine. Recently the mill had made £600 to £700 profit per year. Discharged.
1868 Nov 27 Stamford Mercury: Death at Kirton Lindsey (at the residence of her nephew, Mr Thomas Binns), on 19 Nov, Miss Louisa Lee age 77; and at the same place on 23 Nov Mr Thomas Binns, merchant, age 40.
1868 Nov 25 Burial age 40
1869 Feb 23 Will of Thomas Binns late of Kirton in Lindsey, corn merchant, corn miller, malster, and general merchant who died there 23 Nov 1868 proved at Lincoln, his widow Jane Binns.£1000.
1869 Mar 6 Lincolnshire Chronicle: Notice to creditors of the late Thomas Binns, of Kirton-in-Lindsey, corn miller, maltster, and merchant who died 23 Nov 1868, will proved by his widow Jane Binns
1869 Nov 16 London Gazette: Final dividend due to bankruptcy to be paid 8 Dec 1869

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