James Jepson Binns

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An organ by Binns in St Aidan's Church, Leeds, 1896

James Jepson Binns (c. 1855–11 March 1928)[1] was a pipe organ builder based in Leeds, West Yorkshire, England.[2]

Binns was born in Burnley, Lancashire and was married twice - firstly, on 12 March 1883, to Frances Mary Neville Collins and secondly, in September 1919, to Marion Eva Cuff.[1]

Organs[edit]

Pipe organs at the following locations were either built or rebuilt by James Jepson Binns or his JJ Binns company. A number of these buildings have been demolished and the organs broken up or destroyed. Many original Binns organs in this list have been subsequently rebuilt by other organ builders.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "The Binns Family: James Jepson BINNS (I4059)". thebinnsfamily.org.uk. 1 August 2013. Retrieved 24 October 2013. 
  2. ^ Jackson, Kenneth C. (2002). "James Jepson Binns : a Yorkshire organ-builder". Yorkshire Archaeological Journal (Maney) 74: 235–45. ISSN 0084-4276. 
  3. ^ "National Pipe Organ Register entry for Nottinghamshire, Nottingham Albert Hall, Derby Road [N01509]". 
  4. ^ "National Pipe Organ Register entry for Lincolnshire, Stamford All Saints [N14342]". 
  5. ^ "Lancashire (Manchester, Greater), Patricroft Christ Church, Liverpool Road [R01766]". 
  6. ^ [1]
  7. ^ "National Pipe Organ Register entry for Sussex (Sussex, West), Worthing Christ Church [N15650]". 
  8. ^ "National Pipe Organ Register entry for Northumberland (Tyne and Wear), Newcastle upon Tyne St. Thomas, Haymarket [N04095]". 
  9. ^ "National Pipe Organ Register entry for Yorkshire, West Riding (Yorkshire, West), Pudsey--Fulneck, Moravian Church [R00791]". 
  10. ^ [2]
  11. ^ "National Pipe Organ Register entry for Gilcomston South Church". 
  12. ^ "National Pipe Organ Register entry for Northumberland (Tyne and Wear), Newcastle upon Tyne--Jesmond, Clayton Memorial Church, (Jesmond Parish Church), Eskdale Terrace [N14888]". 
  13. ^ "National Pipe Organ Register entry for Oxfordshire, Oxford Jesus College Chapel, Turl Street [N11028]". 
  14. ^ "National Pipe Organ Register entry for Oxfordshire, Oxford Jesus College Chapel, Turl Street [N12384]". 
  15. ^ "National Pipe Organ Register entry for Middlesex (London, Greater), Holborn Kingsway Hall, 75 Kingsway [N16549]". 
  16. ^ "national Pipe Organ Register entry for Cambridgeshire, Cambridge Queens' College Chapel [N05221]". 
  17. ^ St Aidan's Leeds The Organ
  18. ^ "National Pipe Organ Register entry for Cheshire, Barrow, Great St. Bartholomew [D08213]". 
  19. ^ "National Pipe Organ Register entry for Hampshire (Isle of Wight), Ventnor St. Catherine [N09734]". 
  20. ^ "St Dunstan's Cathedral". 
  21. ^ "National Pipe Organ Register entry for Cheshire, Frodsham St. Lawrence [H00016]". 
  22. ^ "National Pipe Organ Register entry for Nottinghamshire, Norwell St. Laurence [N13611]". 
  23. ^ "National Pipe Organ Register entry for Cheshire, Astbury St. Mary, Village Centre [N04306]". 
  24. ^ "National Pipe Organ Register entry for Cheshire, Chester St. Paul [N04290]". 
  25. ^ "National Pipe Organ Register entry for Yorkshire, West Riding (Yorkshire, West), Leeds--Armley, St. Bartholomew, Wesley Road [N02809]". 
  26. ^ "National Pipe Organ Register entry for Yorkshire, West Riding (Yorkshire, North), Harrogate St. Peter, Cambridge Street [N02913]". 
  27. ^ "National Pipe Organ Register entry for Yorkshire, West Riding (Yorkshire, North), Harrogate St. Peter, Cambridge Street [N02914]". 
  28. ^ "National Pipe Organ Register entry for Yorkshire, West Riding (Yorkshire, North), Harrogate St. Peter, Cambridge Street [N01463]". 
  29. ^ "National Pipe Organ Register entry for Yorkshire, West Riding (Yorkshire, North), Harrogate St. Peter, Cambridge Street [E01076]". 
  30. ^ "National Pipe Organ Register entry for Staffordshire, Stoke-on-Trent St. Peter ad Vincula [A00301]". 
  31. ^ "National Pipe Organ Register entry for Staffordshire, Stoke-on-Trent St. Peter ad Vincula [N04881]". 
  32. ^ "National Pipe Organ Register entry for Staffordshire, Leek Westwood Hall [E00286]". 
  33. ^ "National Pipe Organ Register entry for Staffordshire, Stone Residence of H.J. Johnson, Oulton Rocks [N05025]". 
  34. ^ "Israel Organ Society List of Organs". 
  35. ^ [3]