Children of Joseph and Isabel Binns

01. John Binns

1739-06-25 b. Cononley Woodside, Kildwick, Yorkshire TNA: PRO RG 6/890, /909; Edward H. Milligan (2007) Biographical Dictionary of British Quakers in Commerce and Industry 1775–1920. York: Sessions Book Trust
1763-06-01 m. Sarah Wilson (1737–1811, d. of James and Ruth Wilson, of Esholt and Otley, Yorkshire), at Rawdon, Yorkshire PRO RG 6/1091; Milligan (2007)
Children: Ruth (1764–1822), Samuel (1769–1846), James (1773–1835), Isabel (1778–1817), Sarah (1782 – after 1802) RG 6/787, /890, /912, /1091, /1164, /1279; Milligan (2007); David Binns gedcom; information from Mary Hills; Brian Davey: Thistlethwaite CD
1764/1782 of Cononley Woodside, Kildwick, Yorkshire Milligan (2007); Brian Davey: Thistlethwaite CD
1778/1782 clogger
1791-09-22 of near Skipton, Surveyor of the Keighley and Kendal Turnpike Road Leeds Intelligencer, 1791-11-08
1796 of Cononley Woodside, Kildwick, Yorkshire RG 6/710
1806-04-07 one of two commissioners appointed for the Bramhope Inclosure Leeds Intelligencer, 1806-04-07
1808-10-17 of Skipton Castle Leeds Intelligencer, 1808-10-17
  may have been steward of Skipton Castle David Binns gedcom
1811-08-16 of Skipton, gentleman, the commissioner appointed to amend an Act for inclosing lands in Chapel-Allerton; announced his intention to hold his first meeting on 30 August at the Sign of the Blackwell Ox, Chapel-Allerton Leeds Mercury, 1811-08-24
1811-10-12 gave notice of the highways affected by the proposed apportionment, and of his intent to enquire into boundaries, and to read over the draft of his Award, at a further meeting on 16 October Leeds Mercury, 1811-10-12
1812-05-06 yeoman, of Skipton Castle, Yorkshire; d. there after a few days illness of an apoplectic fit RG 6/890, /909, /1279; Leeds Mercury, 1812-05-09; Lancaster Gazette, 1812-05-16
1812-05-09 bur. Skipton Friends' burying-ground RG 6/890, /909, /1279


02. David Binns


03. Daniel Binns

1744-06-01 b. Kildwick, West Riding, Yorkshire TNA: PRO RG 6/890, /1091
c. 1785 mentioned in the will of his uncle John Binns, in which he was left the estate of Carlton Biggin Brian Davey: Thistlethwaite CD; David Binns gedcom
1801-06-10 farmer/grazier, of Carlton Biggin, Skipton, Yorkshire; m. Susannah Tattersall (1765–1829, daughter of John Tattersall, gardener, and his wife Isabel, née Andrews) at Skipton Friends' meeting house PRO RG 6/785, /890, /914, /1279; David Binns gedcom; National Burials Index; Lancaster Gazette, 1801-06-20
1830-10-27 farmer, of Carlton Biggin, Skipton; d. there RG 6/890, /915; 1832 Annual Monitor
1830-10-31 bur. Skipton RG 6/890, /915


04. Margaret Binns

1747-04-12 b. Cononley Woodside, Kildwick, Yorkshire TNA: PRO RG 6/1091, /1279
1771-04-26 m. Thomas Thomasson (1742–1782, yeoman of Edgworth), at Skipton, Yorkshire PRO RG 6/1091, /1279; Edward H. Milligan (2007) Biographical Dictionary of British Quakers in Commerce and Industry 1775–1920. York: Sessions Book Trust; Brian Davey: Thistlethwaite CD
Children: Isabel (1771–1852), Thomas (1773–1841), Margaret (1775–1853), John (1777–1837), Mary (1779–1859), Tabitha (1780–1844) Annual Monitor; Milligan (2007); Oxford Dictionary of National Biography; Brian Davey: Thistlethwaite CD
1782 her husband died of a fever, leaving debts of over £600 to be paid by his widow; she continued to manage the carding and spinning concern Rhodes Boyson (1970) The Ashworth Cotton Enterprise. The Rise and Fall of a Family Firm 1818–1880. Oxford: OUP
  rode throughout England, Scotland, and Ireland testifying to her faith Boyson (1970); David Binns gedcom
1818-09-11 of Edgworth, Bolton, Lancashire RG 6/406, /1096; Annual Monitor
1818-09-15 bur. Edgworth Friends' burying-ground RG 6/406, /1096


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