Children of William and Lucy Binns

01. Walter Binns

1845-01-31 b. Salford, Lancashire GRO index; censuses; Proceedings of the Ackworth Old Scholars' Association, 1894
1851 scholar, living with his family, two shop assistants, and two servants, at 227 Chapel St, Salford TNA: HO 107/2224 f128 p2
  educated at Wigton School AOSA Proceedings, 1894
1859/1860 of Salford; at Ackworth School Ackworth School Centenary Committee (1879) List of the Boys and Girls admitted into Ackworth School 17791879. Ackworth
1861 linen draper, living at Oak Bank, Monton Road, Eccles, Lancashire, with his family and a general servant TNA: RG 9/2862 f15 p24
1871 draper's assnt, of Oakbank, Victoria Crescent, Barton upon Irwell, Lancashire, living with his family and a domestic servant RG 10/3969 f21 p35
1880-10-23 of Chapel Street, Salford; made proposals for the Salford Town Council elections Manchester Times
1881 no occ., living at Oak Bank, Victoria Cres. Barton upon Irwell, with his family and a general servant RG 11/3881 f63 p12
1884-03-11 a signatory to a public letter calling on the mayor to call a meeting to discuss the proposed restriction on the importation of live animals from foreign ports Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser, 1884-03-12
1891 not found in census RG 12/
1893-09-30 draper, of 235 Chapel-street, Salford; d. Salford RD, of cancer of the liver GRO index; National Probate Calendar
1893-11-02 will proved at Manchester by Henry Binns, mill manager; effects 676 17s. 3d. National Probate Calendar
 

Binns, Walter (at A. 18591860), the eldest son of William and Lucy Binns, of Salford (the latter the daughter of John and Mary King, of Rawtenstall), was born in Salford, First Month 31st, 1845. Walter was the sixth in a direct line of Quaker ancestry. The Quaker record starts with John Binns, born in 1663 in Keighley parish, Yorkshire, who joined the Society in 1683. John Binns, as well as his son Joseph, were ministers. Walter Binns received his education principally at Wigton, in Cumberland, and at Ackworth. The singular rectitude and quietness of his character bore witness to his ancestry and education. Though he resigned his membership, in taste and mode of thought he remained a Friends. Were this the place it might be interesting to trace the conflict and the influence of modern thought upon a mind whose primary instinct was love of truth, and sincerity. He read much. His business pursuits were sedentary, and this led to his hobby of cycling. As an authority on routes and rides, he was a frequent contributor to the Manchester City News. He never married. The sudden death of his father profoundly affected him, and the state of his health unfitted him for business. During the summer of 1893 a specialist doctor reported that he was suffering from cancer of the liver, and that his case was hopeless. He bore his illness with quiet resignation, and without complaint. His nurse said of him that he was the "most patient patient" she had ever attended. The end came on the twentieth of Ninth Mont, 1893, when he had reached his forty-eighth year.

AOSA Proceedings, 1894


02. William Binns

1847-12-02 b. Salford, Lancashire GRO index; censuses; Manchester, Non-Conformist Births and Baptisms
1851 living with his family, two shop assistants, and two servants, at 227 Chapel St, Salford TNA: HO 107/2224 f128 p2
1854-08-29 of Salford; d. Salford RD GRO index; Annual Monitor


03. Lucy King Binns

1849-04-23 b. Salford, Lancashire GRO index; censuses; Manchester, Non-Conformist Births and Baptisms
1851 living with her family, two shop assistants, and two servants, at 227 Chapel St, Salford TNA: HO 107/2224 f128 p2
1861 scholar, pupil at Brookfield Academy, Wigton, Woodside, Cumberland TNA: RG 9/3926 f34 p7
1871 no occupation, of Oakbank, Victoria Crescent, Barton upon Irwell, Lancashire, living with her family and a domestic servant RG 10/3969 f21 p35
1879-07-03 witness at the marriage of her brother Henry Lancashire OPC
1881 living at Oak Bank, Victoria Cres., Barton upon Irwell, with her family and a general servant RG 11/3881 f63 p12
1891 hospital trained nurse, employed, living alone at 31 Uridge Rd, Tunbridge [sic], Kent RG 12/681 f17 p27
1901 sick nurse, one of four servants in the household of Alfred H. Bushing, no occupation, at 'Bordyke', 19 Hadlow Rd, Tonbridge RG 13/757 f36 p27
1911 boardinghouse keeper, own acct, living in 7 rooms at 13 Ashburnham Rd, Tonbridge, Kent, with a boarder, her baby, and a children's nurse RG14PN4076 RG78PN157 RD50 SD2 ED3 SN153
1930 Q3 d. Barton upon Irwell RD GRO index


04. Henry Binns

1850-08-14 b. Salford, Lancashire GRO index; censuses; Manchester, Non-Conformist Births and Baptisms
1851 living with his family, two shop assistants, and two servants, at 227 Chapel St, Salford TNA: HO 107/2224 f128 p2
1861 scholar, living at Oak Bank, Monton Road, Eccles, Lancashire, with his family and a general servant TNA: RG 9/2862 f15 p24
1862/1865 of Eccles, Lancashire; at Ackworth School Ackworth School Centenary Committee (1879) List of the Boys and Girls admitted into Ackworth School 17791879. Ackworth
1871 linen warehouseman, of Oakbank, Victoria Crescent, Barton upon Irwell, Lancashire, living with his family and a domestic servant RG 10/3969 f21 p35
1877-10-03 shopkeeper, of Swinton, Lancashire; bapt. Holyrood, Swinton parish register
1879-07-03 manager, of Park Cottage, Moorside, Swinton, Lancashire; m. Edith Annie Chester (18601935, b. Southport, Lancashire, d. of Charles Chester, stock keeper), at St Mark's, Worsley, Lancashire, after banns Lancashire OPC; John Binns and Abigail King Tree, citing Manchester Times, 1879-07-05; Manchester, Church of England Marriages and Banns
Children: Edith Lucy (1880 after 1911), Mary Margaret (1883 after 1911), both b. Swinton, Lancashire; and Leonard Francis (18921949), b. Horley, Lancashire GRO index; censuses
1881 mill manager (cotton weaving), of Deans Villas, Worsley, living with his family and a general servant RG 11/3876 f105 p81
1891-02-24 of Nithsdale, Egerton Park, Worsley; letter to the editor regarding cotton trade Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser
1891 mill manager, employed, living with his family at 4 Egerton Park, Worsley RG 12/3149 f17 p11
1892-04-15 of Egerton Park, Worsley Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser, 1892-04-23
1893-06-15 wrote letter to the editor, on the cotton market Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser
1893-09-30 mill manager; executor of his brother's will National Probate Calendar
1995-01-09 of Worsley Lancashire Evening Post, 1895-01-10
1895 of Deans Mill, Swinton John Binns and Abigail King Tree, citing Slater's Directory
1895-08-19 has written an article in the Cotton Gazette John Binns and Abigail King Tree, citing Liverpool Mercury
1896-08 of Worsley, near Manchester Proceedings of the Ackworth Old Scholars' Association, Part XV, Eighth Month, 1896
1896-10-06 letter to the editor regarding cotton business John Binns and Abigail King Tree, citing Manchester Courier
1896-10-19 wrote letter to the editor regarding market intelligence particularly for the cotton trade John Binns and Abigail King Tree, citing Manchester Courier, 1896-10-21
1901 not found in census  
1911
1918 Q2 d. Stockport RD GRO index


05. Emily Binns

1852-07-05 b. Salford, Lancashire GRO index; censuses; Manchester, Non-Conformist Births and Baptisms
1861 scholar, living at Oak Bank, Monton Road, Eccles, Lancashire, with her family and a general servant TNA: RG 9/2862 f15 p24
1871 no occupation, of Oakbank, Victoria Crescent, Barton upon Irwell, Lancashire, living with her family and a domestic servant RG 10/3969 f21 p35
1881 living at Oak Bank, Victoria Cres., Barton upon Irwell, with her family and a general servant RG 11/3881 f63 p12
1891 boarder in what appears to be a a boarding house or nursing home for single or widowed women lunatics, Sarony Square, Scarborough, Yorkshire RG 12/3967 f42 p71
1893-12-16 of Salford; d. York RD GRO index


06. Eliza Binns

1857-12-12 b. Salford, Lancashire GRO index; censuses; Manchester, Non-Conformist Births and Baptisms
1861 scholar, living at Oak Bank, Monton Road, Eccles, Lancashire, with her family and a general servant TNA: RG 9/2862 f15 p24
1871/1873 of Eccles; at Ackworth School Ackworth School Centenary Committee (1879) List of the Boys and Girls admitted into Ackworth School 17791879. Ackworth
1871 scholar, of the Friends' School, Ackworth, Yorkshire TNA: RG 10/4642 f148 p11
1881 living at Oak Bank, Victoria Cres., Barton upon Irwell, with her family and a general servant RG 11/3881 f63 p12
1891 not found in census  
1899-05-22 of Tonbridge, Kent; d. York RD GRO index; Annual Monitor


07. William Albert Binns

1861-06-27 b. Eccles, Lancashire Hardshaw East birth note; GRO index; censuses
1871 scholar, of Oakbank, Victoria Crescent, Barton upon Irwell, Lancashire, living with his family and a domestic servant; as William Herbert RG 10/3969 f21 p35
1871/1873 of Eccles; at Ackworth School Ackworth School Centenary Committee (1879) List of the Boys and Girls admitted into Ackworth School 17791879. Ackworth
1877-08-24 possibly the William Albert Binns, 16, b. Manchester, who was indentured as an apprentice in the Merchant Navy at Liverpool, for a term of four years; the same individual deserted from the City of Drumpark on 1879-03-03 Apprentices Indentured in Merchant Navy
1881 not found in census  
1891
1901
1911
1939-09-29 not found in 1939 Register 1939 England and Wales Register (TNA: RG 101)
1942-05-18 of 49 Kingsway, Rochdale, Lancashire; d. at Birch Hill House, Wardle, Rochdale GRO index; National Probate Calendar
1942-07-10 admon at Manchester to Doris Ford, married woman; effects 333 15s. 5d. National Probate Calendar


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