David Binns  ‏(I144)‏
Given Names: David
Surname: Binns

Gender: MaleMale
      

Birth: 18 January 1780 24 29 Skipton, Yorks
Death: 25 April 1849 ‏(Age 69)‏
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1780 Quaker Births: David, born 18 Jan 1780, son of Jonathan, currier and leather cutter, and Sarah Binns of Skipton
1803 Oct 3 Parish Record of Bolton Abbey: Marriage of David Binns of Skipton, grocer age 23 and Margaret Holden of Barden age 21. Both signed
1807 May 20 for 15 days Poll for two Knights of the Shire: Staincliffe; David Binns, grocer of Skipton voted for Lord Milton
1814 Jan 15 Leeds Mercury; On Thursday morning last, a fire broke out in the Drying-kiln of Mr. David Binns’s Corn Mill at Skipton, which continued to rage with unabated fury till it had reduced the whole of the premises to a shell, and also consumed a quantity of deal boards, the property of Mr. William Brown, carpenter, which were drying in the kiln. Owing to the ice, a considerable arose delay in procuring water, or it is supposed the progress of the flames might have been arrested. The building we hear was insured, but not the stock.
1814 Nov 8 Hull Packet: Death on Wednesday week, in the 26th year of his age, Mr Jonathan Binns, of the firm of F, D, and J Binns, paper manufacturers, Skipton, and one of the Society of Friends
1802-1830 Naturalization Records for Fayette County, Pennsylvania: DAVID BINNS; born in Skipton, York County England on January 18,1780; migrated from there September, 1818, arriving 21 Oct 1818

1817 and 1818 Annual Report of the Society for the Promotion of Permanent Peace: Subrscription Mr David Binns, Skipton, 10s 6d
1818 to the U. S. where he arrived October 1, 1818; on October 28, 1824 he was admitted to citizenship.
1818 Aug in Knaresborough
1818 October 21, arrived at Philadelphia on the ship "Juno". Settled in Brownsville eventually moving to Harrison County, Ohio.
1819 Aug received in Friends at Redstone, on certificate from Knaresborough, dated 10 Aug 1818, endorsed by Short Creek MM, Ohio. Included son John but no other family members
1830 Marriage of William was at Fayette Co., Pa.
1835 Oct 1 Granted two different land patents in Woodstock Township, one of 160 acres, the other of 120 acres
1844 Aug 21 Columbus Enquirer: David Binns administrator in bankruptcy for Harris County
1846 Jan 28 ; Feb 4, Feb 25; 1847 Jul 27, Aug 24 Columbus Enquirer: David Binns is deputy sheriff of Harris County
1847 Jun granted certificate by Redstone to Short Creek with wife
1905 Biography by James J King: David Binns, grandfather of our subject, was born in England and there followed the brewing business, which he continued after settling in Pennsylvania. He was a member of the Society of Friends and thus was led to
abandon his brewery, it being against the tenets of the Quaker faith to manufacture spirituous liquors. William Binns accompanied his parents to America when eight years old.

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Family with Parents
Father
Jonathan Binns ‎(I70)‎
Birth 4 November 1755 34 24 Skipton
Death 18 July 1796 ‏(Age 40)‏
-5 years
Mother
 
Sarah Whalley ‎(I142)‎
Birth 26 November 1750 Yeadon
Death 4 December 1796 ‏(Age 46)‏

Marriage: 4 December 1776 -- Rawden
10 months
#1
Brother
John Binns ‎(I143)‎
Birth 1 October 1777 21 26 Skipton
Death 27 January 1779 ‏(Age 15 months)‏ Skipton, Yorks
2 years
#2
David Binns ‎(I144)‎
Birth 18 January 1780 24 29 Skipton, Yorks
Death 25 April 1849 ‏(Age 69)‏
2 years
#3
Sister
Hannah Binns ‎(I145)‎
Birth 28 December 1781 26 31 Skipton, Yorks
Death 30 July 1783 ‏(Age 19 months)‏ Skipton, Yorks
3 years
#4
Sister
Ann Binns ‎(I146)‎
Birth 5 March 1785 29 34 Skipton, Yorks
Death 20 February 1787 ‏(Age 23 months)‏
4 years
#5
Brother
Jonathan Binns ‎(I147)‎
Birth 18 March 1789 33 38 Skipton, Yorks
Death 26 November 1814 ‏(Age 25)‏ Skipton, Yorks
11 years
#6
Brother
George Binns ‎(I1076)‎
Birth about 1800 44 49 Bradford, Yorks
Death 26 August 1850 ‏(Age 50)‏ Bradford, Yorks
Family with Margaret Holden
David Binns ‎(I144)‎
Birth 18 January 1780 24 29 Skipton, Yorks
Death 25 April 1849 ‏(Age 69)‏
2 years
Wife
 
Margaret Holden ‎(I231)‎
Birth 27 May 1782 Branden
Death 3 November 1858 ‏(Age 76)‏

Marriage: 3 October 1803 -- Bolton
8 months
#1
Son
Jonathan Binns ‎(I232)‎
Birth 23 May 1804 24 21 Skipton
Death 14 September 1883 ‏(Age 79)‏ Mount Pleasant, Jefferson, Ohio
13 months
#2
Son
John Binns ‎(I233)‎
Birth 15 June 1805 25 23 Skipton
Death 22 July 1815 ‏(Age 10)‏
20 months
#3
Son
William Binns ‎(I234)‎
Birth 18 February 1807 27 24 Skipton, Yorks
Burial Columbus, Ohio
#4
Daughter
Mary Binns ‎(I235)‎
Birth 18 February 1807 27 24 Skipton, Yorks
2 years
#5
Daughter
Sarah Binns ‎(I236)‎
Birth 27 January 1809 29 26 Skipton, Yorks
Death 2 February 1810 ‏(Age 12 months)‏
2 years
#6
Son
Richard Binns ‎(I237)‎
Birth 24 December 1810 30 28
Death 30 June 1833 ‏(Age 22)‏
2 years
#7
Daughter
Sarah Binns ‎(I238)‎
Birth 18 February 1813 33 30
2 years
#8
Son
David Binns ‎(I239)‎
Birth 14 April 1815 35 32 Skipton, Yorks
Death 24 May 1877 ‏(Age 62)‏ Short Creek, Harrison, Ohio
2 years
#9
Son
John Binns ‎(I240)‎
Birth 23 June 1817 37 35 Skipton, Yorks
Death 2 July 1832 ‏(Age 15)‏
2 years
#10
Daughter
Ann Binns ‎(I241)‎
Birth 21 November 1819 39 37 Brownsville, Pa.
2 years
#11
Son
James Binns ‎(I242)‎
Birth 23 February 1822 42 39
Death 7 February 1825 ‏(Age 2)‏
2 years
#12
Daughter
Infant daughter Still Binns ‎(I243)‎
Birth 1824 43 41
17 months
#13
Son
Benjamin H. Binns ‎(I244)‎
Birth 16 June 1825 45 43
Death 27 July 1825 ‏(Age 41 days)‏