Children of Watson and Esther Lunt Binns

01. Amy Louisa Binns

1860-01-13 b. Sunderland, Durham The British Friend; censuses; GRO index
1861 with her mother's family at 31 Bentinck St, Birkenhead, Cheshire TNA: RG  9/2643 f64 p51
1867 of The Laurels, Camp Hill, Birmingham, Warwickshire Brian Davey: Thistlethwaite CD
1870/1875 of Bewdley; at Ackworth School Ackworth School Centenary Committee (1879) List of the Boys and Girls admitted into Ackworth School 1779–1879. Ackworth
1871 scholar, of Ackworth School RG 10/4642 f147 p9
after 1875 educated at a college in Southport, after which she took up private teaching Ackworth Old Scholars' Association Annual Report 1941
1881 daily governess, lodger, with her brother, with Daniel Elt, of 18 Hyde Road, Birmingham RG 11/2972 f46 p39
  "Painting and needlework were her chief hobbies and she gave her friends much pleasure by gifts of her own beautiful embroidery, as well as by her correspondence, for which she was a gifted letter-writer." AOSA Annual Report 1941
1885-09-09 m. Alexander Wheeler Patching, (1859–1950, factor's assistant, of Birmingham, s. of Frederick and Mary Ann Patching), at Bewdley Friends' meeting-house, Worcestershire The Friend; censuses; GRO index; Kathleen & Chris Hall, eds (2001) Sidcot School. Register of Old Scholars 1809–1998. Sidcot Old Scholars' Association; AOSA Annual Report 1941
Children: Margery (1886–1960), Mary (1889–1889), Geoffrey Alexander (1892–1953), Donald Brook (1899–1974) GRO index; Ackworth Old Scholars' Association (1957/1966) Annual Reports 76-85; Hall & Hall, eds (2001)
1891 living with her family and a general servant at 8 Hendon Road, Yardley, Worcestershire RG 12/2463 f118 p47
1894 of Hendon Road, Spark Hill, Birmingham Proceedings of the Ackworth Old Scholars' Association. Part XIII. Eighth Month, 1894
1896-08 Proceedings of the Ackworth Old Scholars' Association, Part XV, Eighth Month, 1896
1901 of 481 Moseley Rd, Balsall Heath, Birmingham, Warwickshire, living with her family, a general servant, and a cook RG 13/2812 f141 p43; Proceedings of the Ackworth Old Scholars' Association, Part XX, Eighth Month, 1901
1907-02-12 at Birmingham Quarter Sessions:

NEW STREET STATION INCIDENT.

Thomas Weldon (34), tailor, was indicted for attempting to steal a bag purse and 15s. from Mrs. Amy L. Patching, of 481, Moseley-road. She was at New-street Station, and felt prisoner make a clutch at her bag.

"He got nothing," Mrs. Patching told the jury, "but as I thought it would be foolish to allow him to take something from somebody else, I called a porter."

The defence was that prisoner, who was going to Derby, had pushed the prosecutrix as he tried to reach the train.

The jury found him "Not Guilty," and he was discharged.

Birmingham Daily Gazette, 1907-02-13
1910 of 418 Mosely Road, Birmingham Ackworth Old Scholars' Association, Annual Report 29
1911 living with her family and a servant at 481 Moseley Rd, Balsall Heath, Birmingham; 9 rooms RG14PN17898 RG78PN1092 RD383 SD2 ED14 SN172
1913 of Moseley, Warwickshire The Friend
1921 home duties; living with her family in 9 rooms at 481 Moseley Rd, Balsall Hth, B'ham RG 15/13840 RD383 SD2 ED16 SN138
1922 with her husband at 158/160 Angelina Street, Deritend, Birmingham  (abode—481 Moseley road, Sparkbrook, Birmingham) electoral registers
1925 with her husband at 154/160 Angelina Street, Deritend, Birmingham  (abode—481 Moseley road, Sparkbrook, Birmingham) electoral registers
1927 with her husband at 481 Moseley Road, Sparkbrook electoral register
1930 of Birmingham Ackworth Old Scholars' Association Annual Report 1930
with her husband at 481 Moseley Road, Sparkbrook electoral register
1935-01-14 co-executor of the will of her sister Esther Theresa Binns National Probate Calendar
1935 of 481 Moseley Rd, Balsall Heath, Birmingham The Friend
with her husband, daughter and son-in-law at 481 Moseley Road, Sparkbrook electoral register
1939 with her husband, daughter and son-in-law at 481 Moseley Road, Sparkbrook electoral register
1939-09-29 housework unpd, living with her husband, their son Geoffrey, and their daughter-in-law Irene, at 481 Moseley Rd, B'ham 12 1939 England and Wales Register (RG 101)
  . . . her activity in social work will long be remembered with gratitude by local Friends. She was connected with the first Birmingham Infant Welfare Centre, the Friends' Sewing Guild and Mothers' Meeting and for over forty years was on the committee of the Birmingham Aged Women's Society. AOSA Annual Report 1941
1939-12-03 of 481 Moseley-road, Birmingham; after nearly a year of partial invalidism, d. Birmingham, due to a tired heart National Probate Calendar; The Friend; AOSA Annual Report 1941; GRO index; Brian Davey: Thistlethwaite CD
1939-12-06

PATCHING.—On December 3, Amy Louise, beloved wife of Alexander Wheeler Patching, passed peacefully away in her 80th year. Funeral, Lodge Hill Cemetery, on Wednesday at 2.15. No flowers, by request.

Birmingham Daily Post, 1939-12-04
1940-02-06 will proved at Birmingham by husband Alexander Wheeler Patching and son Geoffrey Alexander Patching; effects £4481 4s. National Probate Calendar


02. Alfred Watson Binns

1861-04-11 b. Nelson Street, Bishopwearmouth, Durham The Friend; The British Friend; GRO index
1867 of The Laurels, Camp Hill, Birmingham, Warwickshire We Relate
1871 scholar, of Habberley Road, Wribbenhall, Bewdley, Worcestershire, living with family and maternal grandfather TNA: RG 10/3036 f113 p5
1872/1878 of Bewdley; at Ackworth School Ackworth School Centenary Committee (1879) List of the Boys and Girls admitted into Ackworth School 1779–1879. Ackworth
1876 of the Laurels, Camp Hill, Birmingham Brian Davey: Thistlethwaite CD
1881 engine fitter at works, lodger, with her brother, with Daniel Elt, of 18 Hyde Road, Birmingham RG 11/2972 f46 p39
1888 immigrated to USA 1910 US Federal Census
1890-12-03 received by New York Monthly Meeting on certificate from Hardshaw East Encyclopedia of American Quaker Genealogy
1892-01-28 arrived in New York, travelling in a 1st class cabin with three pieces of baggage, intending a protracted sojourn New York Passenger Lists
1898 of 330 West 57th Street, New York, New York, USA Proceedings of the Ackworth Old Scholars' Association, Part XVII, Eighth Month 1898; London: Headley Brothers
1901 of 1 Madison Avenue, New York, USA Proceedings of the Ackworth Old Scholars' Association, Part XX, Eighth Month, 1901
1902-09-11 m. Gertrude Adams (of New York, 1870–1949, d. of Cyrus and Clara Augusta Adams), at 38 Hamilton Terrace, Manhattan, New York, New York The Friend; Ackworth Old Scholars' Association Annual Report 22, 1902/3; New York extracted marriage index; New York Times, 1949-07-09
Children: Alice Mayhew (1903–1946), John A. (cal 1906 – after 1940), Constance Lunt (1907–2000), Philip Athearn (1911–1978) The Friend; Year: 1930; Census Place: Manhattan, New York, New York; Roll: 1566; Page: 2B; Enumeration District: 539; Image: 377.0; 1940 US Federal Census; Social Security Death Index; Maine Death Index; New York Times; David Binns gedcom
1903 of New York AOSA Annual Report 22, 1902/3
1905 contractor, living with his wife, daughter, and mother-in-law at Bells Circle, Yonkers, Westchester, New York New York, State Census
1906-09-22 departed London for New York aboard SS Mesaba UK outward passenger lists
1906-10-02 arrived New York with family, age 44, contractor; has entered previously (1886-06) and is travelling to Bronxville, NY, paid for own passage and was last resident in London; had more than $50 New York Passenger Lists; Ellis Island Foundation
1910 of 1 Madison Avenue, New York, USA Ackworth Old Scholars' Association, Annual Report 29
mechanical engineer, contractor, living with his family in Sagamore, Eastchester, New York US Federal Census
1915 living with his family, mother-in-law, and a servant, at Sagamore Rd, Bronxville, Eastchester, Westchester, New York New York, State Census
1916-06-07 New York Times: Account of suicide of Alfred Binns John Binns and Abigail King Family
1916-06-16 d. New York, New York, in an accident The Friend; Annual Monitor


03. Esther Theresa Binns

1863-11-02 b. Nelson-street, Sunderland, Durham The Friend; The British Friend; censuses; GRO index
1867 of the Laurels, Camp Hill, Birmingham We Relate
1871 scholar, of Habberley Road, Wribbenhall, Bewdley, Worcestershire, living with her family and maternal grandfather TNA: RG 10/3036 f113 p5
1874/1878 of Bewdley; at Ackworth School Ackworth School Centenary Committee (1879) List of the Boys and Girls admitted into Ackworth School 1779–1879. Ackworth
1881 scholar, of Habberley Road, Kidderminster Foreign, Worcestershire, living with her parents RG 11/2903 f79 p17
1891 of 49 Newton Road, Yardley, Worcestershire, living with her parents and a cousin 12/2463 f124 p59
1901 of Sibford Gower, Oxfordshire, living with her parents RG 13/2463 f124 p59
of Meadow Crest, Sibford, near Banbury Proceedings of the Ackworth Old Scholars' Association, Part XX, Eighth Month, 1901
1910 of "Meadow Crest", Sibford, near Banbury Ackworth Old Scholars' Association, Annual Report 29
1911 living alone, on private means, of Meadow Crest, Sibford, near Banbury, Oxfordshire; 7 rooms RG14PN8279 RG78PN425 RD158 SD2 ED3 SN135
1916-12-14 report of a hearing at the police court:

Esther T. Binns, Sibford Gower, similarly summoned, did not appear.—P.C. Breakspear proved service of the summons, and also stated the facts. At 9.15 on the 14th of November, when in the parish of Swalcliffe, he saw a light showing from the kitchen window at the defendant's house in Sibford Gower. There was no blind to the window. He went to the house and knocked at the door, but there was no reply. He saw defendant the following day, and she said she had been ironing, and forgot all about the light.—Defendant was fined 5s.

Banbury Advertiser
1934-11-19 of the Home for Incurables, Leamington Spa; d. Royal Midland Counties Home for Incurables, Leamington, Warwickshire National Probate Calendar; The Friend; GRO index
1935-01-14 will proved at Birmingham by sister Amy Louisa Patching and brother-in-law Alexander Wheeler Patching; effects £1748 3s. 8d.; resworn £1764 3s. 4d. National Probate Calendar


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