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John Richard Binney

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John Richard Binney (1851-1933) of Binney and Son and of the Lubricative Packing Co

1851 Born at Stoke Dameral, Devon, the son of Charles Richard Binney and his wife Emma Louisa Schwartz Walford

1861 Living at 34 Maryon Road, Charlton, Plumstead, London: Charles R. Binney (age 37 born Sydney - Cape Breton), Captain in Royal Engineers. With his wife Emma L. S. Binney (age 44 born Stonehouse, Devon) and their two sons Charles H. Binney (age 14 born St. Johns, Newfoundland) and John R. Binney (age 10 born Stoke, Devon). Also his sister-in-law Gell Walford (age 34 born Halifax, Nova Scotia). Three servants.[1]

1879 Married(1) to Marian Hewer and had one son and three daughters

c1896 Married(2) to Ellen Wallis Glenny

1911 Living at 51 Leigh Road, Highbury: John Binney (age 60 born Devonport), Proprietor, Lubricative Products - Employer. With his wife Ellen Binney (age 57 born Barking) and their two daughters Ethel Binney (age 31 born Islington), Dispensee - Mildmay Medical Mission, and Gladys Binney (age 27 born Islington). Two servants.[2]

1933 July 10th. Died at Highbury, Mddx.

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Sources of Information

  1. 1861 Census
  2. 1911 Census