Surname: BINNS
Given Names: JAMES

Gender: Male Male

Birth: about 1824 Leeds - YKS
Death: 6 June 1892 Leeds, Yorks

Personal Facts and Details
Birth about 1824 Mother23 Leeds - YKS

Marriage 9 January 1844 (Age 20) MARY Burn - Leeds, Yorks

Universal Identifier 5AB32A7A5B47C24A841F22DD86541EC0B940
Death 6 June 1892 (Age 68) Leeds, Yorks

Last Change 6 June 2016 - 04:27:00 - by: binnsadmin


This person may be identical to I7475
1824 Mar 1 Possible christening at Saint Peter, Leeds, son of James and Mary Binns
1841 Census at Quarry Hill, Leeds, head David Rodgers, 50, basket maker; Mary Rodgers, 40; Mary Binns, 20, F S; James Binns, 15, M S; Sarah Rogers, 10; David Rodgers 6.
1844 Jan 13 Leeds Times: Marriage on Tuesday Mr James Binns, groom, to Miss Mary Burn, both of Leeds
1851 Census married son [sic] at 3 Cottage Street, Leeds, age 26. Widowed head was Mary Rogers, age 54, housekeeper. Also present were Mary Binns, unmarried daughter, age 29; Sarah Ann Binns, unmarried daughter age 20, and David Binns, unmarried son age 15, mechanic.
1851 SEE ALSO married head at 110 Quarry Hill, Leeds, age 27, groom lab. Also present is unmarried wife's sister Ann Burn, age 36
1861 Apr 2 London Gazette: Debtors Prison at York, on own petition, James Binns, late of St Luke's Street, Leeds, in lodgings, horse salesman
1861 Census married brother in law at 2 St Luke's Street, Leeds, age 37, horse dealer agent. Married head was Joseph Wilkinson, age 58, farrier and blacksmith.
1861 Apr 27 Leeds Times: Insolvent debtor James Binns, late of St Luke Street, Leeds, in lodgings, salesman to a horse dealer, previously of St Luke Street, salesman to a horse dealer, theretofore of Plun Street, Leeds, livery stable keeper and horse dealer, breaker and clipper and formerly of Macauley Street, Leeds carrying on same businesses and during part of the time occupying stables in Plum Street.
1861 Apr 26 London Gazette: Debtors Prison at York, on own petition, James Binns, late of St Luke's Street, Leeds, in lodgings, salesman to a horse dealer, theretofore of Plum Street, Leeds, livery stablekeeper and horse dealer, breaker and clipper, and formerly of Macauley Street, Leeds and part of the time occupying stables in Plum Street.
1865 Apr 8 Leeds Mercury: Yorkshire Spring Assizes at Leeds Crown Court; Nisi Prius Court, April 3; Mayne v Binns. Mayne is a doctor of medicine and surgeon practising in Leeds, Binns is a horse dealer. Mayne had long been medical advisor to Binns and asked Binns son what career he would follow. The son replied vetinary and Mayne suggested he should try medicine. The idea was taken up and it was agreed the son would be apprenticed to Mayne, Binns paying a premium of £200 for board and lodging and education for four years. Arrangement implemented in July 1862, at first the son living at home, but at Maynes house from 1 Oct 1863 to Jul 1864. It had been agreed from the outset that Binns would have an indenture drawn up but this was never done.
In July 1864 the son obtained leave of absence and never returned. Mayne mow claimed £100 compensation. [Case appeared to have been adjourned]
Pall Mall Gazette 19 Apr 1865 Case disposed of; action by Mayne should have been for breach of contract not for recovery of compensation.

1871 Census married head at 10 Whitelock Street, age 47, horse dealer. Also present Mary Binns, wife, James Binns, son age 20, George E Binns son, age 17, Thomas son age 15, Ada Binns daughter [in fact a niece birth registered as Ada Burn, Jun Q 1864 in Leeds] age 6, and Alwin H Binns son age 5.
1881 Census married [Mary] head age 57. Living in Chapeltown Road - Grange Villa, Potter Newton, YKS. Occupation - Horse Dealer. Notes/Ideas - Ada BURN Niece Age 17, born Leeds, mechanics daughter, is living with them. Bindex Origin Code N8020.[Ada's birth registered Jun Q 1864, Leeds]
1891 Census widowed head at "The Grange", 142 Chapeltown Road, Potter Newton, age 67, horse dealer. Also present is widowed visitor Wm. Storey, age 69, horse dealer
1892 Jun 6 Died at 32 Grange Terrace, Chapeltown Road, Leeds
1892 Jun 7 Yorkshire Evening Post: Death age 68 of James Binns, dealer in horses, Leeds- Interred at Burmantofts, Thursday Jun 9
1892 Jun Q Death registered in Leeds, age 68
1892 Jul 22 Probate at Wakefield of James Binns late of 32 Grange Terrace, Chapeltown Road, Leeds, horse dealer, at Wakefield for £1351 granted to James Binns, horse dealer
1892 Aug 13 Leeds Mercury: Horse sale at the Grange Farm, Chapeltown Road, the stud of horses, the carriages, harness, saddlery, farm implements, etc., the property of the late Mr James Binns, the well-known dealer in horses.
1892 West Yorkshire Archive: WYL442/23: Correspondence as to the holdings of Mr James Binns on Chapeltown Road, with plan, in JAMES BROWN, POTTERNEWTON AND GIPTON ESTATE,RECORDS
1893 Jun 3 Newcastle Weekly Courant: Death at Kings Head Hotel, Stockton on Tees of Joseph Bedford Binns, age 42, eldest son of the late James Binns, hay dealer of Leeds

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