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Charles Binks (1864-1922)

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Charles Binks (1864-1922) of Central Engineering Works Co, Aspley Engineering Co and of the company Charles Binks

1890 Married in York to Esther Richardson King

1891 Living at 19 Burlon Lane, Clifton, York: Charles Binks (age 26 born Bootle), Bicycle Manufacturer - Employer. With his wife Esther Richardson Binks (age 27 born York). One servant.[1]

Moves form York to Nottingham

1901 Living at 36 Zulla Road, Nottingham: Chas Binks (age 36 born Bootle), Bicycle Manufacturer - Employer. With his wife Esther Binks (age 37 born York) and their four children; Harold Binks (age 9 born York); Winifred Binks (age 8 born York); Chas Binks (age 6 born York); and Lilian Binks (age 4 born York). Two servants.[2]

Moves from Nottingham to Eccles

1911 Living at 67 Snowdon Road, Eccles: Charles Binks (age 46 born Bootle), Motor Manufacturer - Employer. With his wife Esther Richardson Binks (age 47 born York) and their four children; Harold Binks (age 19 born York), Foreman Motor Speciality maker; Winifred Binks (age 18 born York), Student; Charles Leslie Binks (age 16 born York), Engine Turner; and Lilian Binks (age 14 born York). Also a boarder Alice May Selby (age 24 born Loughborough), Company Secretary - Motor Engineering - Single.[3]

1922 March 7th. Died, of 67 Snowden Road, and of Phoenox Works, Church Street, Eccles. Probate to Harold Binks and Charles Leslie Binks.

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Sources of Information

  1. 1891 Census
  2. 1901 Census
  3. 1911 Census