|1704-03-20||b. Craggtop near Kildwick, Yorkshire||TNA: PRO RG 6/1279|
|1750-06-07||of Carleton Biggin, Craven, Yorkshire; m.1. Mary Sutcliffe (17151754, d. of William and Grace Sutcliffe), at Skipton fmh, Yorkshire||PRO RG 6/1091, /1279, /1320; David Binns gedcom|
|Children with first wife:||Elizabeth (1750/11771) and James (17521752); both b. Carlton Biggin||RG 6/1091, /1279, /1616A|
|1754||of Carlton Biggin, Skipton||RG 6/1091, /1279, /1320|
|1762-07-13||of Biggin, Carlton, Yorkshire; m.2. Mary Wormall (17241800, d. of John and Elizabeth Wormall, manufactor, of Cononley, Kildwick, Yorkshire), at Lothersdale fmh, Yorkshire||RG 6/892, /905, /1091, /1116, /1179|
|Children with second wife:||John (17631774) and Jonas (17651774)||RG 6/1091, /1279|
|1774-01-20||husbandman, of Carlton Biggin||RG 6/1091|
|1774-02-09||farmer, of Carlton Biggin|
|left the farm at Carlton Biggin to his nephew Daniel||David Binns gedcom|
|1785-05-20||farmer, of Carlton Biggin; d.||RG 6/900, /1165, /1279|
|1785-05-23||bur. Skipton fbg|
He resided at Carlton Biggin from the time his
parents removed there in 1717 until he died being 73 years. He was
religiously inclined from his
|'An account of the family of the Binns's from the Year 1663', aka 'Binns notebook', MS vol. S 494, LSF|
|1705-07-26||b. Farnhill, near Kildwick, Yorkshire||TNA: PRO RG 6/1091, /1279|
|1729-05-06||m. Mary Barrett (17071771, d. of Edward Barrett, of Moortop), at Skipton, Yorkshire||PRO RG 6/1091, /1279; 'An account of the family of the Binns's from the Year 1663', aka 'Binns notebook', MS vol. S 494, LSF|
|Children:||Barret (17301760, b. Laycock, Keighley, Yorkshire), Mary (17321766, b. Arolfield), Martha (17341759), Abigail (17361771, b. Parish Lane), stillborn son (17391739), Benjamin (17401821, b. Carlton, near Skipton), Joseph (17421801), stillborn son (17451745), William (1747 ?, b. Glasburn), and Jonathan (1750 ?, b. Skipton MM)||RG 6/406, /644, /1091, /1279, /1564; Annual Monitor; David Binns gedcom for stillbirths|
|1730-01-11||of Laycock, Keighley||RG 6/1091, /1279|
|clogger||David Binns gedcom|
|1732-06-06||of Conondley, Kildwick||RG 6/1279|
|1736/7-01-31||of Conondley near Carlton||RG 6/1091, /1279|
|1740-07-15||near Carleton, of Carleton|
|1742/3-01-30||of Carleton Parkelain|
|1741-04-14||of Glusburn, Kildwick, Yorkshire|
|1750-06-19||of Glusburn, Kildwick|
|1760-02-03||of Glusburn, Kildwick, Yorkshire|
|1762-11-24||yeoman, of Glusburn, Yorkshire||PRO RG 6/1178, /1616A|
|1766-02-19||of Glusburn, Kildwick||RG 6/1091, /1279|
|1785-11-17||yeoman, late of Carleton; d. Woodside, near Skipton||RG 6 /900, /1279; 'Binns notebook'|
|1785-11-20||bur. Skipton||RG 6 /900, /1279|
Benjamin died in the 81st year of his age. He was a man of pretty orderly conduct dilligent in attending Meetings till near the last that he was able to get. He resided most part of his time after the death of his wife at Carlton boarding with his Brother Abraham. Died at his Brother William's at Woodside where he had been a week or two.
|1707-05-29||b. Carlton Biggin, Skipton, Yorkshire||TNA: PRO RG 6/1091, /1279|
|1752-12-20||of Carleton in Craven, Yorkshire; m. Elizabeth Haseltine (17161795, d. of James Haseltine, of Bishopdale, Aysgarth, Yorkshire), at Aysgarth fmh||PRO RG 6/890, /903, /1091, /1279; 'An account of the family of the Binns's from the Year 1663', aka 'Binns notebook', MS vol. S 494, LSF|
|Children:||James (17541780, b. Carlton Biggin, Skipton) and Mary (17551824, b. Woodside, near Skipton)||RG 6/890, /898, /913, /1091, /1165, /1279|
|1754-01-19||of Carleton||RG 6/1091, /1279|
|1781-07-03||of Woodside, Kildwick|
|1792-01-24||butcher, of Lamsgill, Addingham, late of Cononley Woodside, Kildwick, Yorkshire; d.||RG 6/1091, /1165|
|1792-01-24||bur. Skipton fbg|
Lately died at Skipton, in Craven, greatly respected, Mr. William Binns, aged 85 years, one of the people called Quakers, and brother to Mr. Jonathan Binns, of Liverpool.What is very remarkable in this family, there were nine brothers and a sister all living, when the youngest but one was upwards of sixty years of age.
|Chester Chronicle, 1792-02-17; Stamford Mercury, 1792-10-10|
He died at the House of his son in Law at Lumb Gill near Addingham and was Buried at Skipton. He was an honest man and charitable when he saw real occasion. Very careful in the way of Trade whereby he procured a good fortune for his daughter. Particularly diligent in attending Meetings to old age when he was bad of sight and could not hear anything said in Meeting. I once heard him say when he had let Business hinder him from attending a Meeting on a week day he thought he should not do so again, and I believe never did. He left a good report amongst his Acquaintances.
|1708-06-01||b. Farnhill Craggtop, Kildwick, Yorkshire||TNA: PRO RG 6/1091, /1279|
|removed into Somerset||'An account of the family of the Binns's from the Year 1663', aka 'Binns notebook', MS vol. S 494, LSF|
|1739-09-22||m. Abigail Tuckett (nιe Ivel, 17001786), at Indis, near Exeter, Devon||PRO RG 6/1508; Edward H. Milligan (2007) Biographical Dictionary of British Quakers in Commerce and Industry 1775-1920. York: Sessions Book Trust; David Binns gedcom|
|Children:||Thomas (17411827) and Jonathan (1743/41829); both probably b. Exeter||RG 6/284, /1063, /1399; Annual Monitor|
|teacher, and a Quaker minister||David Binns gedcom|
|1763||moved to West Looe, Cornwall|
|1784-04-08||d.||RG 6/1339, /1508; 'Binns notebook'|
|1784-04-11||bur. East Looe fbg, Cornwall||RG 6/1339, /1508|
He only of the old stock forfeited the unity of Friends he went through much trouble for the offence as may be seen by his letters. And it is believed did sincerely repent of his misconduct, & that he ended his days well.
|1710-05-15||b. Cragg Top, near Kildwick, Yorkshire||TNA: PRO RG 6/1279; William Evans and Thomas Evans, eds (1854) Piety Promoted, in a collection of dying sayings of many of the people called Quakers . . . . Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA. Vol. 3, pp160-161|
|1746-04-25||of Carlton Biggin, Yorkshire; m. Ambrose Williams (17121774, carpenter, of Trawsnant, Trevethin, Monmouthshire), at Skipton, Yorkshire||PRO RG 6/1091, /1279; 'An account of the family of the Binns's from the Year 1663', aka 'Binns notebook', MS vol. S 494, LSF; William Evans and Thomas Evans, eds (1854)|
|Child:||Elizabeth (17531836, b. Pontypool)||RG 6/237, /931, /1091, /1261|
|1750-04-22||came into Yorkshire||'Binns notebook'|
|"She had several Miscarriages &c."|
|1758-06-22||came into Yorkshire|
|1771-09||with her daughter, came into Yorkshire|
|1772-08||again in Yorkshire, on a visit to her friends|
|1774-09||with her daughter, came into Yorkshire|
|1776||removed to Neath|
|1788-02-19||d. Neath, Glamorgan, Wales||RG 6/1662; William Evans and Thomas Evans, eds (1854)|
|1788-02-24||bur. Swansea fbg, Glamorgan||'Binns notebook'; William Evans and Thomas Evans, eds (1854)|
When a young woman was much addicted to wildness and vanity but the Lord was pleased to visit her with his judgments mixed with mercy. I suppose many years before she entirely gave up vanity and foolishness. I have often seen her under great trouble and anguish of Spirit for the same. She was for a long time satisfied that there was something required of her in Public before she gave up to it, thinking she was not sufficiently reconciled to her brother as to offer her gift (Matt 5.23) but left it at the altar [?] till she went through many severe conflicts and deep inward sufferings before she gave up. She appeared in public about the 28th year of her age, which was then and continued to good satisfaction. She several times visited Friends Meetings in most parts of England and Wales and twice as far as Ireland being frequently engaged in family visits to good satisfaction. She lived to about the age of 78 was a Minister about 50 Years. See a testimony from the Monthly Meeting concerning her.
MARTHA WILLIAMS, of Neath, in Glamorganshire, was the daughter of John and Abigail Binns, of Carleton Biggin, near Skipton, in Yorkshire, and was born in the Fifth month, 1710. She was educated in Friends' principles, but in her youth was prone to vanity. Nevertheless, by divine grace, she was effectually enabled to turn her back on the pleasures and allurements of this world, and her mind became engaged to seek an inheritance incorruptible.
About the twenty-eighth year of her age she found it to be her duty to bear a public testimony to the sufficiency of that power which had visited her; and great were her sufferings and conflicts under a sense of her unworthiness and inability for so great a work; but being renewedly helped and instructed by the extendings of divine love, she was strengthened to yield obedience to the requiring.
In 1746, she married Ambrose Williams, and settled at Pont-y-pool, in Monmouthshire. They were true helpmeets, giving up each other freely to the service of truth, trusting in the Lord, and, making it their principal care to seek first the kingdom of heaven and the righteousness thereof, all things necessary in this life were added unto them.
Under this devotedness of mind she was frequently concerned to visit Friends in most parts of England and Wales, and was twice in Ireland. She was a great encourager of the weak, a seeker after the scattered, and a sympathizer with the afflicted; and her cheerful temper gained her much place in the affections of young people, who were the particular objects of her tender care, and her advice often proved the means of drawing them nearer to the pure witness within.
The latter part of her life she lived with her son-in-law and daughter, Evan and Elizabeth Reese, of Neath. She was chiefly confined at home for about six months, and in the last two months suffered great pain; but was preserved in quietness and peace of mind, and was at times strengthened to express her thankfulness, that she was waiting the Lord's time to remove her to an everlasting rest. She tenderly advised her children to do their day's work in the day-time; putting up her prayers to the Father of mercies for their preservation, with great fervency; and praising the name of the Lord, who had been the stay of her youth, was the staff of her declining age; and who graciously favoured her with his presence to her latest moments.
She quietly departed this life at Neath, the 19th of the Second month, 1788, and was interred in Friends' burial-ground, at Swansea, the 24th of the same; aged seventy-eight, and a minister about fifty years.
|William Evans and Thomas Evans, eds (1854)|
|1712-11-08||b. Carlton Biggin, Yorkshire||TNA: PRO RG 6/1279|
|1752-06-23||clog maker, of Carleton Biggin; m. Margaret Brown (17211766, d. of William Brown, of Cononley, Yorkshire), at Knaresborough fmh, Yorkshire||PRO RG 6/1091, /1105, /1279, /1320|
|1759||moved to Roughlee, later to Preston||'An account of the family of the Binns's from the Year 1663', aka 'Binns notebook', MS vol. S 494, LSF; David Binns gedcom|
|after 1766||following the death of his wife, removed to
Leyland, about seven miles from Preston
He having had a paralitic seisure by by [sic] which not being so capable of managing his Business as heretofore He with the advice and assistance of his friends and relations gave up the same and came into Yorkshire amongst his relations. Resided most of the remaining part of his time at his brother John's at Carlton Biggin.
|1781-12-22||clogger, late of Layland, Lancashire; d. Carlton Biggin, Skipton, Yorkshire||RG 6/809, /823, /898, /1165, /1168B, /1279|
|1781-12-26||bur. Skipton fbg|
He was a man greatly tossed with many perturbations of mind and grievous exercises both in Spiritual and Temporal affairs having many Law suits about Tythes and other matter which could not be well avoided and was admirable in always getting the better and coming off without dishonour to the truth. Was an uncommon charitable man thinking nothing he could do too much for Strangers & any poor friends in need. He kept an open House. He appeared in Public testimony about 40 years at times did not travel much was once in the West to the Lands End and other small Journeys.
His plain way of delivery rather offended some which was cause of much trouble to him. He had a tedious Illness being some months obliged to be attended upon night and day having little help for himself.
|1714||b.||'An account of the family of the Binns's from the Year 1663', aka 'Binns notebook', MS vol. S 494, LSF|
|1714||d.; lived two weeks|
|1716/7-02-14||b. Carlton Biggin, Yorkshire||TNA: PRO RG 6/1091, /1279|
|1752-11-08||of Cononley Woodside, Kildwick, Yorkshire; m.1. Mary Wetherald (17201753, d. of James Wetherald, of Bainbridge, Aysgarth, Yorkshire), at Haws fmh||PRO RG 6/1091, /1279, /1403; 'An account of the family of the Binns's from the Year 1663', aka 'Binns notebook', MS vol. S 494, LSF|
|Child with first wife:||John (17531827, b. Carlton Biggin)||RG 6/892|
|1763-11-29||woolen manufactor, of Carleton, Yorkshire; m.2. Mary A. Barrett (17251793, d. of John and Deborah Barrett, of Glusburn, Yorkshire), at Skipton||RG 6/1091, /1279; 'Binns notebook'|
|Children with second wife:||stillborn child, Henry (17651765), and Abigail (17671823)||RG 6/890, /912, /1091, /1279; Annual Monitor|
|1777-10-02||weaver, of Pasturelaith, Carlton, Yorkshire||RG 6/318, /1071|
|1784-04-13||worsted manufacturer, of Carleton; d.||RG 6/899, /1165, /1279|
|1784-04-16||bur. Skipton fbg|
|"He was of orderly conduct and conversation diligent in attending meetings, a man of peace well beloved by his neighbours."||'Binns notebook'|
|1718-04-06||b. Rigg, Carlton Biggin, Skipton, Yorkshire||TNA: PRO RG 6/1091, /1279|
|clogger and leather cutter||David Binns gedcom|
|1740/1-02-11||of Cononley Woodside, Kildwick, Yorkshire; m.1. Elizabeth Sutcliffe (17191748, d. of William and Grace Sutcliffe, of Swallowby), at Shewbroad, Yorkshire||PRO RG 6/1091, /1121, /1279|
|Children with first wife:||Abraham (17431814, b. Cononley Woodside, near Skipton); Jonas (17451760), and Jonathan (17471812, b. Crawshawbooth, Lancashire)||RG 6/247, /1005, /1091, /1096, /1178, /1564, /1279; Annual Monitor|
|1751-06-21||of Cononley Woodside, Yorkshire; m.2. Ann Birtwistle (17101786, d. of Henry Birtwistle, of Crawshawbooth), at Trawden, Lancashire||RG 6/807, /968, /1168B, /1091, /1279, /1616, /1616A|
|1754-03-26||moved from Woodside to Crawshawbooth|
|1765||moved to Liverpool, Lancashire||'Binns notebook'|
|Jonathan Binns & Sons, leather sellers, Ranleagh St, Liverpool||David Binns gedcom, citing Liverpool Trade Directory|
|1774||of 4 Church St, Liverpool||Gore's Liverpool Directory|
|1781||leather dealer, of Liverpool||RG 6/518, /805|
|1790-11-07||of Liverpool, retired from business; m.3. Jane Cropper (17451816, of Winstanley, Lancashire, d. of Thomas and Ann (Wolsey) Cropper), at Hardshaw fmh||RG 6/523, /805; 'Binns notebook'|
|his gift in the vocal ministry was acknowledged by his monthly meeting||Edward H. Milligan (2007) Biographical Dictionary of British Quakers in Commerce and Industry 17751920. York: Sessions Book Trust|
|1794-03-07||of Liverpool; d. there||RG 6/807, /968, /1168B; 'Binns notebook'|
|1794-03-11||bur. Hunter Street fbg, Liverpool||RG 6/807, /968, /1168B|
|1720-07-08||b. Carlton Biggin, Yorkshire||TNA: PRO RG 6/1091, /1279|
|1720-07-29||d. Carlton Biggin||PRO RG 6/1279|
|"She lived but two or three Weeks."|
|1721-10-02||b. Carlton Biggin, Skipton, Yorkshire||TNA: PRO RG 6/1279|
|clogger||David Binns gedcom|
|1736||"Goes to his brother Jonas at Yatton in Somersetshire and returns in about 18 months. Removes to Carlton Biggin"|
|1745-11-13||"To Bainbridge in Wensleydale"||'Binns notebook'|
|1753-04-02||"Removes from thence to Skipton"|
|1754-12-01||of Skipton; m. Ann Wilson (17311783, d. of Matthew and Mary Wilson, of Skipton), at Skipton fmh||PRO RG 6/899, /1091, /1165, /1279, /1320; 'Binns notebook'|
|Children:||Jonathan (17551796) and Ann (17621790); both b. Skipton||RG 6/890, /901, /903, /1091, /1165, /1279, /1342; 'Binns notebook'|
|1765||"David purchases the house that was David Hall's and removes thither"||'Binns notebook'|
|1785||leather cutter, of Skipton||RG 6/317, /1071, /1279|
|1786-06-20||"David removes from Skipton to his Son in Law B Hustler & daughters at Yeadon"||'Binns notebook'|
|1792-05-21||"Removes to Otley"|
|1794-05-12||"Removes to Yeadon"|
|original compiler of the 'Binns notebook'|
Being now entered into the 75 Year and feeling a decline in nature my memory &c. failing I thought it best to return and live with my son at Skipton. Having given up all business and settled all my worldly affairs to my mind so that I am quite content about these things being favoured with a sufficiency for the necessaries of life for which I am thankful desiring to live as to the World Independant so much as I can"
|1801-10-31||leathercutter, of Skipton; d.||RG 6/890, /905; 'Binns notebook'|
|1801-11-04||bur. Skipton fbg||RG 6/890, /905|
|1724-06-20||b. Carlton Biggin, Skipton, Yorkshire||TNA: PRO RG 6/1091, /1279|
|1725-03-29||d. Carlton Biggin, Skipton||PRO RG 6/1279|
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