David Binns  (I11205)
Given Names: David
Surname: Binns

Gender: Male Male

Birth: about 1806 Cowrakes, Lindley, Yorks
Death: 21 February 1875 Lindley, Yorks

Personal Facts and Details
Birth about 1806 Father34Mother24 Cowrakes, Lindley, Yorks

Christening 12 October 1806 (Age 9 months) Salendine Baptist Church, Yorks

Death 21 February 1875 (Age 69) Lindley, Yorks

Last Change 16 January 2015 - 05:52:26 - by: binnsadmin


1841 Census not found
1847 Sep 25 Leeds Mercury; Lindley near Huddersfield, David Binns treasurer of Mechanics Institute.
1848 Dec 14 and 15 Poll for Knight of the Shire; Huddersfield, Honley, David Binns of Lindley voted for Sir Culling Eardley Eardley, Liberal and friend of John Bright
1851 Census unmarried head at 394 Cowrakes, Lindley, age 43, woollen manufacturer. Also present are; unmarried brother M or W Binns, age 46, cloth dresser; unmarried nephew T or I Binns, age 20, woollen spinner; Elizabeth Woodhouse, unmarried age 23, housekeeper; and widower Michael Hirst, half brother, age 30 woollen weaver; all born Huddersfield
1851 West Yorkshire Archive: KC642/7: David Binns, manufacturer, and John Binns, thread maker both of Lindley, to Benjamin Hey, dyer, Huddersfield, and John Haigh, woollen cloth merchant, Quarmby; bond of indemnity 1851
1853 May 28 Huddersfield Chronicle: Land at Lindley, bounded on the north by property belonging to Mr David Binns, is for sale.
1854 Apr 15 Huddersfield Chronicle: Huddersfield Board of Guardians attended by David Binns and Richard Binns
1857 Apr 11 Leeds Mercury: David Binns elected to Huddersfield Poor Law Guardians for Lindley cum Quarmby
1860 Jun 30 Huddersfield Chronicle: Messrs David Binns and Joseph Gibson in court for offences under the Factory Act. Pleaded guilty to 5 offences, fined minimum possible amounting to £10 15s including costs.
1861 Census unmarried head at 481 Cowrakes, Lindley, age 53, woollen manufacturer employing 80 men and farmer of 13 acres employing 1 boy. Also present are; Elizabeth Woodhouse, unmarried servant, age 32; and Thomas Armitage, servant age 13; all born Lindley
1868 Sep 8 Leeds Mercury: Huddersfield Town Council; At the inaugural meeting of the Town Council Mr David Binns was elected as Alderman
1871 Returns of Owners of Land Index; Yorkshire: David Binns, Lindley, 9 acres, rent £33
1871 Census unmarried head at Cowrakes, Lindley, age 63, fancy woollen manufacturer. Also present Elizabeth Woodhouse, age 45, unmarried housekeeper. Next door at Height is John Binns, age 60 and family, rope and twine maker.
1875 Mar Q Death registered in Huddersfield, age 69
1875 Mar 13 West Yorkshire Archive: KC642/26: Probate of will - David Binns, Lindley, Huddersfield
1875 Mar 13 Will of David Binns late of Lindley, Huddersfield, manufacturer who died there 21 Feb 1875 proved at Wakefield by; Benjamin Hey of Huddersfield, dyer; and nephew of the deceased William Walker of Harrogate, gentleman. £7000 revised to £8000 in Dec 1878
1879 Jan 28 London Gazette: David Binns, late of Lindley, died 21 Feb 1875, will proved at Wakefield on 13 Mar 1875, by Benjamin Hey, dyer of Huddersfield, and William Walker, gentleman of Harrogate, executors.
1879 Aug 9 Huddersfield Chronicle: Jonathan Garside, butcher of Lindley made a claim for £32 3s against the executors Benjamin Hey and William Walker. Claim not allowed.
West Yorkshire Archive: KC642/6: ARMITAGE, SYKES, AND HINCHCLIFFE, SOLICITORS, HUDDERSFIELD, CLIENTS' RECORDS; 1872-1890 David Binns deceased, manufacturer, Lindley, papers re his estate
1931 Jan 23 Invoice: Bought of John Binns, Pack Horse Yard, Huddersfield, Rope, Twine, Cotton Cord and Loop Band; established 1800: sole proprietor Edgar Bland

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