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James Bingley (c1818-1866) of Metcalfe, Bingley and Co
1839 Married Helen Burrington Young
1841 Bankrupt. '...Fiat in Bankruptcy is awarded and issued forth against James Bingley, of No. 21, Henrietta-street, Cavendish-square, in the county of Middlesex, Brush Maker, and he being declared a bankrupt...'
1851 Living in Kingsbury with his wife and is a 'Brush Maker in London'
1861 Living at 130, 131 Oxford Street, London: James Bingley (age 43 born Marylebone), Perfumer Soap Maker. With his wife Helen B. Bingley (age 44 born Marylebone) and their son James G. Bingley (age 20 born St. Georges, Mddx.). One servant.
1866 March 4th. Died. James Bingley, age 48, of 132b Oxford Street.
1896 October 17th. Died. Helen Burrington, widow of James Bingley, age 80, and of 7 Nightingale square, Balham.