William Binns  (I7538)
Given Names: William
Surname: Binns

Gender: Male Male

Birth: 20 October 1832 Haworth, Yorks
Death: 16 September 1901 Clapham, Surrey

Personal Facts and Details
Birth 20 October 1832 Father30Mother29 Haworth, Yorks

Christening 25 November 1832 (Age 36 days) Haworth Parish Church

Marriage December 1855 (Age 23) Martha Hartley - Burnley, Lancs

Death 16 September 1901 (Age 68) Clapham, Surrey

Last Change 28 December 2016 - 07:34:03 - by: binnsadmin


1841 Census at Town End, Haworth age 8
1851 Census unmarried son age 18, pupil teacher
1857 Whites Directory of Derbyshire: WESLEYAN METHODIST SCHOOL, a commodious brick building, erected in 1852, in Chapel street, conducted on the Glasgow Normal training system; about 100 scholars attend. The charge is from 3d. to 6d. per week for English literature, including a Bible training lesson, and a secular lesson on the Elements of Science, each day—having slates, pencils, pens, and ink, with a copy of the Wesleyan Catechism, furnished to each; the average attendance is 120; Mr. Wm. Binns, master, and Miss Mary Riley, mistress
1858 May 26 Derby Mercury: Wesleyan Day School Chapel Street, Derby; Mr Binns conducted a public examination of the boys and girls.
1861 Mar 18 At Wakefield proved the Will of his brother-in-law Robert Newsholme, husband of Phoebe Binns.
1861 Census married head at 39 King Street, Derby, age 28, certificated teacher. Next door appears to be Wesleyan Chapel
1865 Jun 7 The Derby Mercury: Mr Binns activities at King Street Wesleyan Day School Derby highly praised
1867 Oct 2 Derby Mercury: NEW MINUTE OF COUNCIL "Respecting the mode of Keeping and Rendering the Accounts of Elementary Schools." THE SCHOOL TREASURER'S CASH BOOK, which is arranged in strict accordance with the requirements of the new Minute, and contains the instructions issued by the Council Office, together with specimens of the entries to be made, by WILLIAM BINNS, Author of School Registers, &c. Printed and ruled on stong hand-made paper, and strongly half-bound, with cloth sides, price 5s.-May be obtained (by order) from all Booksellers; or direct for stamps from WILKINSand ELLIS, Derby; or from the Agents for Binns's Registers.
1870 Dec 28 Derby Mercury: Mr Binns the respected master of King Street school, has accepted an important office in connection with the Normal Training College, Westminster, and will leave Derby shortly to the regret of his many friends.
1871 Jan 4 Derby Mercury: Mr W Binns was presented with a time piece and silver plated tea service by teachers and pupils as a token of their esteem, on his departure for London.
1871 Cenus married head at 2a Vincent Square, Westminster, London, age 38, teacher in public elementary school. Also present is adopted daughter Ellen E Smith, age 15, born Langley, Derbys., and unmarried visitor Maria Riley, age 35, housekeeper, born Derby.
1873 Was at Kings School, Derby
1875 Sep 18 Leeds Times: The New Wesleyan Sunday School Union; Mr William Binns of London seconded a motion proposing the establishment of a provincial centre in Bradford and how it would work with the central agency in London.
1878 Jun 21 Hull Packet: Mr William Binns (London) was assistant secretary of the Connexional Sunday School Union.
1881 Census married head at 65 Bromfelde Road, Clapham, age 48, teacher, [and secretary lady school union, crossed out]. Also present are unmarried nephew George H Newsholme, age 26, born Haworth, wool stapler; and one servant.
1891 Census married head at 29 Orlando Road, Clapham, age 58, teacher literary and secretarial. Also present are three unmarried female teachers, 2 sisters born Bedford and 1 born Switzerland.
1896 Mar 15 Lloyds Weekly: SUNDAY SCHOOL CONCERT. The London Sunday School Cantata choir gave a concert last night at the Borough-road Baptist Chapel. The choir was started in the autumn of 1889 by Mr. J. Barnard (of Poplar), for helping Sunday schools and allied bodies. The programme last night consisted of anthems, part-songs, and songs by Woodward, Pearsall, Stephen Adams, F. H. Cowen, Blumenthal, Sullivan, Haydn, and Mendelssohn, and the concert was evidently enjoyed by the audience. Mr. William Binns was the conductor, and Miss Annie Cox officiated as organist.
1901 Census widowed head at 20 Orlando Road, Clapham, age 68, retired teacher. Also present is widowed sister Phoebe Newsholme, age 75, living on own means; and two unmarried servants and a sick nurse
1901 Sep Q Death of William Binns registered in Wandsworth age 68
1901 Nov 30 Probate at London of William Binns late of 28 Orlando Road, Clapham, Surrey who died 16 Sep 1901 to Arthur Newsholme M. D. £540

[1907 May 25 Cheltenham Chronicle: A FRIEND OF CHILDREN. The death is announced of Mr. William Binns, who was widely known in the Sunday school world, especially in connection with its musical characteristics. Mr. Binns was conductor of the Alexandra Palace Children's Protestant Demonstration and of the London Sunday School Cantata Choir. {This report almost certainly mis-identifies the William Binns} ]

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Marriage: December 1855 -- Burnley
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