Horatio Beaumont BINNS  (I9170)
Given Names: Horatio Beaumont
Surname: BINNS

Gender: Male Male

Birth: 7 February 1816 Brighton, Sussex
Death: 13 March 1864 Highbury, London

Personal Facts and Details
Birth 7 February 1816 Father33Mother36 Brighton, Sussex

Christening 5 March 1816 (Age 27 days) St Mary, Marlebone, London

Marriage March 1841 (Age 25) Mary Ann Parkinson - Bloomsbury, London

Death 13 March 1864 (Age 48) Highbury, London

Last Change 24 March 2017 - 05:05:48 - by: binnsadmin


1841 Mar 13 Cambridge Independent: Marriage lately in London, Horatio Beaumont Binns, son of Jonas Binns Esq, of Spencer Villa, North Brixton, to Marianne Parkinson, youngest daughter of the late Joseph Samuel Parkinson , solicitor of Norwich
1841 Census head at Union Place, Lambeth, Surrey, age 20, independent means, not born in County. Also present Mary Binns [wife] and Philip Binns, age 4 days
1845 Oct 25 Hertford Mercury and Reformer: Horatio Benjamin Binns was charged with poaching on land of Mr Joseph Kingsley of Kimpton. Real name was Horace Beaumont Binns. He gave alibi that he was in Luton all day, supported by 3 witnesses. Case dismissed
1847 Feb 13 Hertford Mercury: Horace Binns, alias Horace Beaumont Binns, landlord of the Elephant and Castle in Luton was charged with allowing gaming. Fined 40s and 12s costs. Charge of drawing beer after hours was dropped due to clerical error.
1848 National Archives: C 14/795/B196 Plaintiffs: Horatio Beaumont Binns, Mary Ann Binns his wife.Defendants: William Burrell Parr.
1851 Census married lodger at 7 Gun Lane, Norwich, age 36, land surveyor, born Brighton, Sussex. Head was George Woodrow, age 28, master carpenter, born Hengham, Norfolk
1860 Author: Great Britain. Parliament. House of Lords
Title: The English reports (Volume 164) Publisher: Edinburgh : W.Green & Sons ; London : Reports of Cases Decided in the Court of Probate and in the Court for Divorce and Matrimonial Causes: by M C Merttins Swaby and Thomas Hutchinson Tristam Volume 1. Publ 1860 by Butterworths, Fleet Street, London: Case heard 1858 Feb 1; It was a business of proving the will of W. W. Parkinson, [W. P.] who died a lunatic, prompted by Nichols and Freeman, the executors under one of his testamentary papers dated 15 November 1851.
Mary A. Binns, the niece of the deceased, and one of the surviving executors named in a will of 4 February 1837, appeared in opposition thereto.
As the will of 1851 purported to dispose of real as well as personal property, the defendant’s proctor had been summoned to attend before the Judge to show cause why a citation to see proceedings should not be issued against Charles J Freeman, son of one of the plaintiffs, and Mary Ann Binns, wife of H. B. Binns, the defendant, co-heirs of the real estate of the deceased.”
26, 27 July and 2 Aug 1858

1860 Dec 7 The Times: Action as plaintiff in High Court case in which William Peter Nicholls is a defendant to do with the creditors of Joseph Samuel Parkinson, gentleman, late of the city of Norwich, who died on or about July 1827.
1861 Census married head at 45 Regent Square, Marylebone, London, age 45, land surveyor.
1861 Jul 23 London Gazette: Sale by auction pursuant to a High Court decree in the case of Binns v Nichols; 17 Lots in Norwich; 3 Lots in Walsingham.
1864 Mar 16 The Times: Death on 13 Mar at Highbury, age 50
1864 Mar Q Death of Horatio Beaumont Binns registered in Islington

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Family with Parents - [View Family (F4826)]
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Marriage: March 1841 -- Bloomsbury
3 months