Samuel Joseph Staines

M, b. 3 July 1878, d. 30 March 1932

Gravestone of Gertrude and Samuel Staines, Memberambi Cemetery.
  • Samuel Joseph Staines was born on 3 July 1878 in Youngman Creek, Rous, New South Wales, Australia.
  • He was the son of Joseph Staines and Sarah Jane Crawford.
  • Samuel Joseph Staines witnessed the marriage of William John Staines and Ethel Mary Stuart Woods on 3 May 1899 in Residence of Mr G M Woods, Upper Teven, Alstonville, New South Wales; William John (the marriage certificate showed John William) and Ethel Mary Stuart Woods were married at the residence of her father, George Michael Woods at Teven, Alstonville, NSW by W W Watts, Presbyterian Minister. The marriage was witnessed by S(amuel) J(oseph) Staines and Barbara Hunter.
  • At the age of 27 years, 5 months and 22 days, Samuel Joseph Staines married Gertrude Florence (Amy) Johnston, daughter of David Johnston and Margaret Jane Black, on 25 December 1905 in Tenterfield, New South Wales, Australia. Samuel and Gertrude were married in the Methodist Church, Tenterfield. Notes by Frances M Johnson indicate the year of marriage as 1900 but Civil Records show 1905. Samuel was a farmer at the time of his marriage.
  • Samuel Joseph Staines and Gertrude Florence (Amy) Johnston appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1919 living at Bundarh, Clifton, Queensland. Samuel was shown as a farmer and Gertrude as Home Duties. However, it appears that the family had left the Clifton area by then, as the children were enrolled in the Crawford State School, just north of Kingaroy in 1918. Samuel's brother William had settled there and his children also attended the school.
  • Samuel Joseph Staines witnessed the death of Joseph Staines on 7 November 1921 in "Bonne Brae", Crawford, Memerambi, Queensland; Joseph's cause of death was Carcinoma Pancreatitis, Toxaemia & asthenia. After Joseph's death Sarah moved to Kingaroy.
  • Samuel Joseph Staines and Gertrude Florence (Amy) Johnston appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1925 living at "Belgrove", Kingaroy, Queensland. Samuel shown as a grazier.
  • Samuel Joseph Staines died on 30 March 1932 in Memerambi, Queensland, at age 53.
  • He was buried in Memerambi Cemetery, Queensland, Australia.
    His Headstone reads - In Loving Memory of Gerturde STAINES born Kiama NSW 26th April 1878 died 11 April 1962. Samuel J STAINES born Rous NSW 3 July 1878 died 30 March 1932. Dearest Mother Father.

Children of Samuel Joseph Staines and Gertrude Florence (Amy) Johnston

Samuel Milroy Staines

M, b. 17 March 1908, d. 10 December 1979
  • Samuel Milroy Staines was also known as Roy.
  • He was born on 17 March 1908 in Ballina, New South Wales.
  • He was the son of Samuel Joseph Staines and Gertrude Florence (Amy) Johnston.
  • Samuel Milroy Staines was enrolled at the Crawford State School in 1918 along with his brother David and sister Dorothea. Their cousin Ruby Staines also commenced school there that year.
  • He appeared on the Electoral Roll between 1930 and 1932. He was shown as living in "Bellgrove", Kingaroy. He was a grazier.
  • At the age of 26 years, 3 months and 8 days, Samuel Milroy Staines married Elsie Ena Adam, daughter of Andrew Wells Adam and Jane Richmond Becker, on 25 June 1934 in Taroom, Queensland.
  • Samuel Milroy Staines and Elsie Ena Adam appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1936. He was shown as living in Jamberoo, Taroom, Queensland. Samuel was a farmer and Elsie's occupation was listed as home duties.
  • Samuel Milroy Staines enlisted in the Military on 5 June 1942 in Taroom. He was living at Taroom at the time he enlisted and gave Elsie Staines as his next of Kin. His servcie number was Q228774. He was discharged with the rank of Private in the 19th Battalion VDC Headquarters Roma on 4 September 1944.
  • He and Elsie Ena Adam appeared on the Electoral Roll between 1949 and 1954 living at Jambaroo, Taroom. Samuel was a grazier and Elsie carried out home duties. In 1949 Sam's brother Norman was also a farmer at Jambaroo.
  • Samuel Milroy Staines and Elsie Ena Adam appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1972 living at Jambaroo, Taroom. Samuel was a farmer and Elsie carried out home duties. Their son lived with them.
  • Samuel Milroy Staines died on 10 December 1979 in "Jamberoo", Taroom, Queensland, at age 71.
  • He was buried on 13 December 1979 in Taroom Cemetery.

Sarah Ann Staines

F, b. September 1857, d. December 1903
  • Sarah Ann Staines's birth was registered in the Aston, Warwickshire Registration District in the September 1857 Quarter.
  • She was the daughter of John Staines and Ann Morson.
  • Sarah Ann Staines was baptized on 4 July 1858 in Holy Trinity, Rugby, Warwickshire.
  • Her marriage, at 21 years, to Timothy Sullivan was registered in the September 1878 Quarter in Rugby, Leicestershire Registration District.
  • Sarah Ann Staines and Timothy Sullivan appeared on the census of 3 April 1881 in 20 Union Street, Middlesex, London. Timothy was shown as a 31 year old tailor, born Cork Ireland, living with his wife Sarah Ann 23, born Birmingham, and children Arthur 1 born Marylebone, and Amelia 5 days born Marylebone. Sarah Ann's mother Ann aged 52, married, a cook born Stretton and her sister Alice 15 born Rugby were also present in the household.
  • There is a death of a Sarah Ann Staines recorded in the Wigan, Lancashire in December 1903, however, this may not be the correct date of death for thisSarah Ann Staines.

Children of Sarah Ann Staines and Timothy Sullivan

Sarah Catherine Staines

F, b. 1853, d. June 1860
  • Sarah Catherine Staines was born in 1853 in Withybrook, Warwickshire.
  • She was the daughter of Timothy Staines and Elizabeth Lewis.
  • Sarah Catherine Staines died in June 1860 in Shelton Under Floss, Warwickshire.
  • She was buried on 9 June 1860 in Withybrook, Warwickshire.

Sarah D Staines

F, b. 1847, d. 23 March 1848
  • Sarah D Staines was born in 1847 in Bathurst, New South Wales.
  • She was the daughter of Thomas Staines and Christiana Catharine Krieg.
  • Sarah D Staines died on 23 March 1848 in Bathurst, New South Wales. She was 12 months old.
  • On 31 March 1848 the following article appeared in the "The Sydney Morning Herald":- BATHURST
    CORONER'S INQUESTS.-An inquest was held at Read's Inn, on Friday, 24th, on the body of Sarah, the infant daughter of Mr. Thomas Staines, blacksmith, aged twelve months. It appeared that the child had been in delicate health for some time, and died in convulsions the previous evening. Verdict, died from natural causes.

Sarah Elizabeth (Bessie) Staines

F, b. 16 March 1880, d. 20 March 1952

Gravestone of Sarah Elizabeth Woods (nee Staines). She was buried at Memerambi Cemetery with her parents Joseph and Sarah Jane Staines.
  • Sarah Elizabeth (Bessie) Staines was born on 16 March 1880 in Youngman Creek, Rous, New South Wales, Australia.
  • She was the daughter of Joseph Staines and Sarah Jane Crawford.
  • Sarah Elizabeth (Bessie) Staines appeared on the Electoral Roll between 1912 and 1917 living at Crawford, Queensland.
  • At the age of 37 years, 7 months and 29 days, Sarah Elizabeth (Bessie) Staines married Donald Charles Woods, son of George Michael Woods and Janet McGregor, on 14 November 1917 in Bonnie Brae, Crawford, Queensland, Australia. Don and Bessie were married after his return from WW1.
  • Sarah Elizabeth (Bessie) Staines and Donald Charles Woods appeared on the Electoral Roll between 1919 and 1925 living at Taabinga Resumption, Kingaroy. Bessie's address was given as Crawford. Don was a farmer.
  • Sarah Elizabeth (Bessie) Staines and Donald Charles Woods appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1943 living at Bloomfield Street, Taringa. Their son, Robert Donald, a clerk, was registered at the same address, although by now he was married and away at the War.
  • On 12 June 1943,their son, Robert Donald Woods died in Darwin, Northern Territory, at age 21. Robert was killed in an aircraft accident involving a Hughs plane at an airstrip in the Northern Territory.
  • Sarah Elizabeth (Bessie) Staines and Donald Charles Woods appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1949 living at Bloomfield Street, Taringa. Their son Geoffrey, a bank clerk, lived with them. Donald's sister Ethel Stains and niece Betty also lived in Bloomfield Street.
  • Sarah Elizabeth (Bessie) Staines died on 20 March 1952 in "Freydon", Taringa, Brisbane, Queensland, at age 72.
  • She was buried on 27 March 1952 in Memerambi, Queensland, Australia. Sarah was cremated in Brisbane & her ashes buried with her parents Samuel and Sarah Jane Staines in Memerambi. The Inscription on the headstone reads - The Inscription on the headstone reads - In Loving Memory of Joseph STAINES born Sydney 3 July 1851 died Crawford 7 November 1921. "Father in thy Gracious Keeping, Leave we none thy Servant sleeping
    Also
    Sarah Jane STAINES born 8 August 1843 died 17 September 1939 " God in Love"
    and on the left hand side of the headstone
    Also loving daughter Sarah Elizabeth beloved wife of Donald Charles WOODS died 20 March 1952 aged 71 years.

Children of Sarah Elizabeth (Bessie) Staines and Donald Charles Woods

Sarah Jane Staines

F, b. 16 June 1887, d. 1968
  • Sarah Jane Staines was born on 16 June 1887 in Soldier's Flat, Canowindra, New South Wales.
  • She was the daughter of John Carroll Staines and Alice Dawes.
  • At the age of 19 years, 3 months and 3 days, Sarah Jane Staines married Michael James Cahill on 19 September 1906 in Cowra, New South Wales.
  • In 1960,her husband, Michael James Cahill died in Wellington, New South Wales.
  • Sarah Jane Staines died in 1968 in Wellington, New South Wales.

Children of Sarah Jane Staines and Michael James Cahill

Thomas Staines

M, b. circa 1785, d. before 1841
  • Thomas Staines was born circa 1785.
  • Thomas Staines married Sarah Davis on 23 March 1811 in North Kilworth, Leicestershire. Thomas signed his name STEAN.
  • Thomas Staines died before 1841.

Children of Thomas Staines and Sarah Davis

Thomas Staines

M, b. 15 September 1811, d. 27 September 1852
  • Thomas Staines was baptized on 15 September 1811 in North Kilworth, Leicestershire, England.
  • He was the son of Thomas Staines and Sarah Davis.
  • Thomas Staines was convicted of horse theft. The court proceedings were listed in the
    NORTHAMPTON MERCURY 1835
    Samuel Dawes & Thomas Steanes were indicted for stealing a gelding, at
    Welford, belonging to John Biggs.
    Mr.Hall appeared for the prosecution, and Mr. Humfrey, Mr.Waddington, and
    Mr. Miller for the defence.
    John Biggs resides at Welford, in this county. On the 18th of March last,
    he lost a brown gelding. He first missed it on the morning of the 19th, and
    saw it again in the evening of that day at Foster's Wharf.

    John Hefford, shepherd to the prosecutor, stated that he saw the pony about
    five o'clock on the evening of the 18th, he missed it the next morning. The
    other horse that was with him remained in the close.
    William Bland is in the service of Miss Charlotte Foster, at Husband's
    Bosworth. On the 18th of March last, he saw the prisoner, Dawes. It was ten
    minutes before ten. Dawes asked the hour. He had some ale, and left the
    house about ten minutes or a quarter past ten. He said he was going to
    Kilworth. Witness's mistress spoke to witness, and he followed Dawes out,
    and saw him go up the road. He went to a gate leading to a hovel, and
    whistled. A signal was made from the hovel, and Dawes went down to it.
    Witness followed till within a few yards. A white dog came out barking.
    Knows this dog. It belonged to prisoner. An explosion in the hovel
    followed, like the firing a pistol, and Dawes said, "D- it, Tom, knock it on
    fast." There was a noise like hammering in the hovel. An answer was returned, "I will, as well as I can." Witness then went back to the house,
    and called out Mr. Holditch. Mr. Holditch went with witness to the hovel.
    There was a hammering then. Dawes stood by the door, and Steanes was by the pony. There was a light in the hovel. Steanes brought the pony out, and Dawes got upon it. Steanes stood on the off side. They went up to the gate, and witness followed and met them at the gate, and said, " Dawes, I want that pony, and the pony I'll have."
    Dawes rode off, and Steanes ran after him. Witness pursued them and
    shouted out, "Stop him! stop him" Witness overtook Steanes, and Dawes jumped
    off the pony, and went over the hedge, and across the fields. Witness caught
    the pony, and took it back to the public house, and tied it to the rail. He
    and Holditch and some other persons went to the hovel again, and found
    three horse shoes. On the following day, they went to Mr.Lafargue's, and as
    they were coming out, Dawes said, "Bill, you won't do me, will you?" Witness
    traced the marks of a horse that had been shod on the two near feet, from
    the hovel across Biggs's field.
    Mr. Humfrey severely cross-examined the witness, to ascertain whether he had
    not told Mr. Rose the magistrate that it was moonlight, and that Mr. Rose
    had taken out an almanac, and had found that the moon did not rise till an
    hour afterwards. The witness swore he had never said it was moonlight, but he
    admitted that Mr. Rose did take a book out of his pocket. He could not say
    whether that book was an Almanac, but Mr. Rose did say it was not moonlight.
    Mr. Waddington also severely cross-examined the witness, but nothing was
    elicited to shake his testimony.
    Wm. Holditch lives at Bosworth. On the evening in question, about half-past
    eight o'clock, he was at Miss Foster's, the Union Anchor public house. The
    prisoner Dawes came in that night, and went out about a quarter past ten.
    When he went out, Miss Foster told the last witness to go and see which wav
    he went. Bland returned shortly after, and went out a second time. When he
    returned again Holditch went with him to the hovel. Before he got half way
    there, he heard a noise of shoeing in the hovel, and conversation. On
    getting nearer he saw a light in the hovel, and afterwards he saw Dawes ride
    away on the pony, and another person-to the best of big knowledge Steanes by
    his side. When they got to the gate, he said to Bland, Stop them!" believing
    it to be his pony. He afterwards met Harday and Addison and one of them lent
    him a horse, and he rode after the prisoners. On his way, he met Bland with
    the pony.
    Cross-examined by Mr. Humfrey. Knows a person named William Bayle, living
    with Miss Foster. Will not swear he did not say he would give Bayle £5, if he
    would come and swear against Dawes.
    Charlotte Foster keeps the Union Anchor public house. Dawes came about a
    quarter to ten and left a quarter after. When Dawes came in, his shoes were
    very dirty.
    Samuel Smeeton, [This witness was objected to by the counsel for the defence, on the ground that he had been in court during part of the previous examinations. He was accordingly not examined.]
    William Woodford lives at Welford and is a Blacksmith by trade. Was desired,
    previously to Christmas last, to take some shoes off a horse belonging to
    Mr. Biggs. Observed the horse subsequently in a field when he had no shoes
    on. Saw him about a fortnight ago, and he then had two shoes on the two near
    feet. They were fresh put on, and in an unworkmanlike manner.
    Wm. Hill lives at South Kilworth. Knows the prisoner Steanes. Saw him
    at Mrs. Harday's, the Shoulder of Mutton, North Kilworth, on the evening of
    the 18th. He left about twenty minutes after nine.
    John Addison lives at North Kilworth. Went with Holditch and Bland to the
    hovel,
    and found three shoes there. Saw Steanes at one in the morning of the 19th, at
    Bosworth Wharf public house. Shewed the shoes to him, and asked him if he
    knew them. he said he knew one of them. it was his own make, and he could
    not think how it got out of his very much confused shop, as he had seen it
    there
    on the previous Wednesday morning. Steanes looked very much confused.
    The prisoner Dawes denied all knowledge of the robbery. He said, that, upon
    leaving the Union Anchor, he went home, and reached North Kilworth about ten
    o'clock.
    Steanes entered upon a long and very circumstantial history of his
    proceedings on the night in question. He said that, about eight in the
    evening. he was sent for to Mrs. Harday's, the Shoulder of Mutton, Kilworth.
    He reached his lodgings a few minutes before ten, and went to bed shortly
    after. Between ten and eleven his mother came to tell him that the Rev. Mr.
    Belgrave wanted him early in the morning to shoe some horses. At one his
    mother, again came to tell him to go down to Pickford's, to look at a sick
    horse. He went to the wharf, and found all fast, but on going into the
    house, where there were several persons, he was charged with shoeing the
    pony for Dawes. He denied all knowledge of the pony at the time, and after
    staying at the public house come time with the other company, he returned
    home to bed.
    In corroboration of these statements, the counsel for the prisoners called
    Thomas Williamson, a shepherd, at whose house Dawes slept on the night in
    question. He said Dawes came home about ten o'clock. He added, that he went
    with Mr.Becke's clerk and a boy to the hovel, on Monday night last. They
    took a horse and a candle and witness stood outside to ascertain whether it
    was possible to see through the furze which composed the back of the hovel.
    He could distinguish the glimmerings of the light, but nothing else.
    Wm. Bayle, a lad in the employ of Miss Foster, stated that the witness
    Holditch had said, that if he (Bayle) knew anything about the concern, he
    would pull him through, and give him £5.
    Mrs. Hannah Harday, who keeps the Shoulder of Mutton at North Kilworth,
    corroborated that part or Steane's statement which referred to his being at
    her house.
    William Morton, a cooper, left Steanes at the Shoulder of Mutton at
    half past nine. After he had left he met the witness Bland on the road. He
    was running and witness called to him that he was late. He believed he said,
    " Cut it - twig him." A good deal of laughter was occasioned by this
    witness, on his cross examination. On the Learned Counsel asking him
    whether the ale which he had taken was not very good, He replied that "it
    was fairish; as good, he supposed, as could be afforded for the money. If
    the gentlemen had taken the malt tax off, it might have been better." On
    leaving the witness-box he hoped the gentlemen would take into consideration
    what he had said about the malt tax.
    Eliz. Pebody said she saw Steanes about five minutes before ten o'clock,
    near Mrs. Lee's at North Kilworth..
    Sarah Steanes, the mother of the prisoner, corroborated that part of her
    son's testimony which had reference to herself.
    Alice Marten, a servant of Mrs. Lee's where the prisoner Steanes lodged,
    said he came home about ten, and shortly after went to bed.
    This closed the evidence. The chairman summed up, and the jury deliberated
    for a short time, and returned a verdict of Guilty against both the
    prisoners, with a recommendation in favour of Steanes.
    The chairman said the act left him no discretion, and sentenced them to be
    transported for the full term of their natural lives.
    in 1835.
  • He immigrated. INDENT: Ship "Moffatt", Thomas Bolton, Master, John Smith, Surgeon Superintendent,
    arrived from England 30th August, 1836
    Standing No. of convicts: 36-1636 Indent: 222, Thomas Steans, Age 25, able
    to read and write, Protestant, Single, Native Place: Leicestershire, Trade
    or Calling: Blacksmith (complete), Offence: horse stealing, Tried:
    Northampton Quarter Sessions 9 April 1835, Sentence: Life, no previous
    convictions, Height: 5'5", Complexion: Sallow & freckled, Hair: Brown, Eyes:
    Dark grey, Particular marks: Small mole back of upper part of right arm, top
    of little finger of both hands crooked, round scar on left shin.
    Assigned to: Hyde Park Barracks

    He was transported in the vessel "Moffatt", Thomas Bolton, Master, John
    Smith, Surgeon Superintendent, and arrived from England at Port Jackson,
    NSW, on 30th August, 1836. His partner in crime, Samuel Dawes, did not come
    on the same vessel but on the "Strathfieldsay" on 15 June 1836. Thomas
    Steanes was not assigned to an individual master but to the Hyde Park
    Barracks (1837 General Muster).

    A letter, dated 23 Feb 1838, (Colonial Secretary's Correspondence 1838-1842)
    from the Town Surveyor, Felton Matthew, requested approval for two prisoners
    attached to his Department, who were extremely steady well conducted men, to
    be appointed as overseers. One of them was Thomas Staines. Mr. Matthew was
    probably surveying the area around what is now Pennant Hills.

    A Ticket of Leave for Thomas Steanes was issued on 29 Nov 1843 (no.
    43/2731), on the bottom of which it states that he was "Allowed to Remain in
    the District of Bathurst".

    On 7 July 1845 a Governor's Permission to Marry was granted Thomas Steanes
    to wed Christiana Krieg, aged 27, who had arrived free on the vessel "Earl
    Grey". The signatory is William Lisle of Bathurst. It is suspected that she
    arrived on the Earl Grey on 24 June 1841, which arrived at Port Jackson from
    London and Plymouth with 265 immigrants. It is not known if other members of
    her family immigrated with her but no record of Krieg deaths are noted.
    There was a measles outbreak on the vessel and 7 people died en route.
    (surgeon's report)

    Christiana Catharine Krieg (variously Catharine/Catherine Christiana Krieg)
    was the daughter of Christian Krieg, a school master, and Christina Regina.
    Christiana was born about 1818 in Afberg, Wuertemburg. Afberg cannot be
    found and is probably Achberg, near Wangen, Wuertemburg. (death registration
    1859/02456)

    On 21 July 1845 Thomas Steanes (now as Thomas Staines), innkeeper, married
    Christiana Krieg at Kelso, Roxburgh, near Bathurst, NSW, in the CofE church
    by William Lisle (noted on the Governor's Consent to Marriage). W. Webb and
    Eliza Wilson of Kelso were witnesses. (471 V30B.)

  • In 1845 Thomas Staines lived in Bathurst, New South Wales. He was an inn keeper.
  • At the age of 33 years, 10 months and 6 days, Thomas Staines married Christiana Catharine Krieg, daughter of Christian Krieg and Christina Regina, on 21 July 1845 in Kelso, Roxberg, Bathurst, New South Wales. Thomas and Catherine were married by Banns with the consent of the Governor by William Lisle in the Church of England, Kelso.
  • On 30 March 1847 the following article appeared in the The Sydney Morning Heraldd:- BATHURST
    DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP.
    NOTICE is hereby given, that the
    Partnership existing between A. McDonald and Thomas Staines, as Blacksmiths and Wheelwrights, is dissolved from this date by mutual content. After this date the business will be carried on by Alexander McDonald, on his own account.
    ALEXANDER M'DONALD. THOMAS STAINES. Witness-James Cosier.
    March 31.
  • On 31 March 1848 the following article appeared in the The Sydney Morning Herald:- BATHURST
    CORONER'S INQUESTS.-An inquest was held at Read's Inn, on Friday, 24th, on the body of Sarah, the infant daughter of Mr. Thomas Staines, blacksmith, aged twelve months. It appeared that the child had been in delicate health for some time, and died in convulsions the previous evening. Verdict, died from natural causes.
  • Thomas Staines died on 27 September 1852 in Three Rivers, Wellington, New South Wales, at age 41. Thomas had gone across the Bell River on business, a storm occurred and the river flooded. Thomas drowned trying to cross it. His daughter was born the same afternoon.
  • The following article appeared in the Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal on 9 October 1852. DEATH BY DROWNING— Intelligence reached Bathurst on Monday last of the death of Mr. Thomas Staines, publican, of the Three Rivers Inn, and formerly blacksmith and farrier of this town, who, it is believed, was drowned in attempting to cross the Three Rivers on his return home in the latter part of last week. On the day of his disappearance he had crossed the river on business, and as a thunder-storm took place shortly afterwards, by which the water was considerably raised, it is supposed that he in recrossing was carried away by the flood. Up to the time above-mentioned the body could not be found. As if to heighten the misfortune of the afflicted family to the highest possible degree, his bereaved wife was confined on the day of his death."

Children of Thomas Staines and Christiana Catharine Krieg

Thomas Staines

M, b. 1 May 1846, d. 26 May 1846
  • Thomas Staines was born on 1 May 1846 in Bathurst, New South Wales. Died an infant.
  • He was the son of Thomas Staines and Christiana Catharine Krieg.
  • Thomas Staines died on 26 May 1846 in Bathurst, New South Wales. He was three weeks old.

Thomas Staines

M, b. 25 October 1885, d. 26 June 1958
  • Thomas Staines was born on 25 October 1885 in Soldier's Flat, Canowindra, New South Wales.
  • He was the son of John Carroll Staines and Alice Dawes.
  • Thomas Staines enlisted in the Military on 12 January 1916 in Canowindra, New South Wales. He served in France and Belgium.
  • At the age of 32 years and 7 months, Thomas Staines married Elizabeth Duciat McAlpine in June 1918 in Petersham, New South Wales. The Carowinda Star and Eugowra News reported:- "A pretty wedding was celebrated recently in the Methodist Church, Leichhardt, by the Rev. Mr. Hathgate, when Elizabeth, youngest daughter of Mr. William McAlpine, of Edinburgh, Scotland, was united in matrimony with Thomas Staines, late private of the 2nd Battalion, A.I.F., and eldest son of Mr. J. C. Staines, of Canowindra. After the ceremony the guests adjourned to the residence of Mrs. Power, aunt of the bride, where they sat down to a sumptuous breakfast, afterwards catching the train for Cauowindra — their future home. The bridegroom's present to the bride was a gold bangle, and to the bridesmaid, a gold signet ring. There were numerous other presents."
  • Thomas Staines appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1930 living at Calare Electorate.
  • He once again enlisted in the Military in 1939. He enlisted in Canowindra. His servcie number was N386013. His next of kin was listed as unknown.
  • Thomas Staines died on 26 June 1958 in Canowindra, New South Wales, at age 72.
  • He was buried in Canowindra Cemetery.

Thomas Staines

M, b. 4 July 1860, d. 28 January 1933

Children of Thomas Staines and Ellen Gywnne Aubrey

Thomas Aubrey Staines

M, b. 1882, d. 21 August 1949
  • Thomas Aubrey Staines was born in 1882 in Forbes, New South Wales.
  • He was the son of Thomas Staines and Ellen Gywnne Aubrey.
  • At the age of 28 years, Thomas Aubrey Staines married Ethel Maud A Foreman, daughter of William Foreman and Elizabeth Unknown, in 1910 in Tingha, New South Wales.
  • Thomas Aubrey Staines and Ethel Maud A Foreman appeared on the Electoral Roll between 1930 and 1936 living at Richmond District, New South Wales.
  • Thomas Aubrey Staines died on 21 August 1949 in Tamworth, New South Wales.
  • He was buried in Tamworth Cemetery.

Thomas Harry Staines

M, b. December 1850, d. July 1854
  • Thomas Harry Staines was born in December 1850 in Withybrook, Warwickshire.
  • He was the son of Timothy Staines and Elizabeth Lewis.
  • Thomas Harry Staines died in July 1854 in Withybrook, Warwickshire, at age 3.
  • He was buried on 5 July 1854 in Withybrook, Warwickshire.

Thomas Lewis Staines

M, b. September 1854, d. September 1854
  • His death was recorded with the Foleshill, Warwickshire Registration District in the September 1854 Quarter.
  • Thomas Lewis Staines's birth was registered in the Foleshill, Warwickshire Registration District in the September 1854 Quarter.
  • He was the son of Timothy Staines and Elizabeth Lewis.

Timothy Staines

M, b. 9 October 1825
  • Timothy Staines was baptized on 9 October 1825 in North Kilworth, Leicestershire, England.
  • He was the son of Thomas Staines and Sarah Davis.
  • His marriage, at 19 years and 27 days, to Elizabeth Lewis was registered in the 5 November 1844 Quarter in Husbands Bosworth, Leicestershire Registration District. Timothy and Elizabeth had at least 11 children, the majority of them being registered under the name of STAINS.
  • Timothy Staines and Elizabeth Lewis appeared on the census of 7 April 1861 in Monks Kirby, Leicestershire. Timothy is shown as a 36 year old born North Kilworth. He was a blacksmith master, with two men and one apprentice, living with his wife Elizabeth 37, born in Husbands Bosworth. Their children Elizabeth A, 13 born Withybrook, Warwickshire; Annie M 5, also born Withybrook, Warwickshire; and Rebecca M, aged 4, born Stretton under Floss were also in the premises. An apprentice, 14 year old Ezeakel Jackson, born Shilton, Warwickshire and an 18 year old blacksmith Thomas Smith born Thurmaston Leicestershire were lodging with them.

Children of Timothy Staines and Elizabeth Lewis

William Staines

M, b. 18 April 1813
  • William Staines was baptized on 18 April 1813 in North Kilworth, Leicestershire, England.
  • He was the son of Thomas Staines and Sarah Davis.
  • In 1841 he was was a blacksmith Steans ( 1841 Trade Directory - Samuel Blacksmith Nth Kilworth leic 1841
    Steans William Blacksmith Nth Kilworth husband Bosworth Leic)
    in North Kilworth, Husband Bosworth.

William Staines

M, b. 30 June 1816, d. 7 November 1902
  • William Staines was baptized on 30 June 1816 in Chislet, England.
  • He was the son of William Staines and Rachel Flood.
  • At the age of 28 years, 4 months and 30 days, William Staines married Caroline Elizabeth Sheppherd, daughter of Daniel Sheppherd and Mary Edmund, on 29 November 1844 in Lambeth, England.
  • William Staines and Caroline Elizabeth Sheppherd immigrated to Sydney, New South Wales, in 1853. They came as assisted passengers on the "SS Herefordshire". William was 35 and Caroline 29. Their sons John aged 8 and William 5 were with them. A daughter Caroline was born on the voyage. William senior was listed as a railway worker. Another Staines family Frederick aged 24, Eliza aged 20 and William 2 were on the same ship.
  • William Staines died on 7 November 1902 in Molong, New South Wales, at age 86.
  • He was buried in Molong Cemetery.

Children of William Staines and Caroline Elizabeth Sheppherd

William Staines

M, b. 1789
  • William Staines was born in 1789 in Chislet, England.
  • At the age of 23 years, William Staines married Rachel Flood on 15 October 1812 in St Dunstan, East London.

Child of William Staines and Rachel Flood

William Staines

M, b. circa 1848
  • William Staines was born circa 1848 in England.
  • He was the son of William Staines and Caroline Elizabeth Sheppherd.
  • William Staines immigrated to Sydney, Australia, in 1853. He came as an assisted passenger on the "SS Herefordshire" with his parents and brother. William was 35 and Caroline 29. Their sons John aged 8 and William 5 were with them. A daughter Caroline was born on the voyage. William senior was listed as a railway worker. Another Staines family Frederick aged 24, Eliza aged 20 and William 2 were on the same ship.

William John Staines

M, b. 25 September 1874, d. 27 June 1940

William John Staines (1874-1940).

  • William John Staines was born on 25 September 1874 in Duck Creek (Alstonville), New South Wales, Australia. Registration shows surname as STAINER. Father Samuel Staines, farmer age 23 years, born Sydney. Mother Sarah Jane formerly Crawford born Ireland aged 25 years. The informant was Sarah Crawford of Duck Creek. Witness Mrs Towner.
  • He was the son of Joseph Staines and Sarah Jane Crawford.
  • On 3 May 1899 he was a farmer. in Upper Teven, Alstonville, New South Wales, Australia.
  • At the age of 24 years, 7 months and 8 days, William John Staines married Ethel Mary Stuart Woods, daughter of George Michael Woods and Janet McGregor, on 3 May 1899 in Residence of Mr G M Woods, Upper Teven, Alstonville, New South Wales. William John (the marriage certificate showed John William) and Ethel Mary Stuart Woods were married at the residence of her father, George Michael Woods at Teven, Alstonville, NSW by W W Watts, Presbyterian Minister. The marriage was witnessed by S(amuel) J(oseph) Staines and Barbara Hunter.
  • Between 1900 and 1908 William John and Ethel lived at Teven and several places near there and at Mullumbimby.
  • On 13 October 1903,William John Staines's daughter, Elizabeth May (Betty) Staines was born in Upper Teven, New South Wales, Australia. Her father Will was a farmer born Alstonville. Witnesses to her birth were C B Street, Mrs Woods (most likely her grandmother Jane Woods, and Mrs Warne.
  • In 1905 William John Staines and Ethel Mary Stuart Woods lived in Wilson's Creek. George Robert was born there. They then moved to Main Arm near Kyogle late 1906 and Ruby was born there in mid 1908.
  • On 8 September 1906,William John Staines's son, George Robert (Rob) Staines was born in Wilson's Creek, Murwillumbah, New South Wales. His father, William born Alstonville, was a 33 year old farmer and mother Ethel born Sydney, was 28 years old.
  • On 16 July 1908,William John Staines's daughter, Ruby Isabel Staines was born in Main Arm, Main Arm, Mullumbimby, New South Wales.
  • William John Staines and Ethel Mary Stuart Woods moved to the Kingaroy District, Queensland in 1908 with their family. While William was away looking for a suitable place to live, Ethel and the children stayed in Ballina. According to notes made by their daughter Betty, the family were in Brisbane in September and travelled to Crawford from there. William's father and mother, Joseph and Sarah Staines, his sister and her husband, Frances and John Johnstone, and members of Ethel's family also moved to the district over the next few years. William's brother Robert joined him about 1910. They conducted an auctioneering business in Kingaroy.
  • On 31 October 1910,William John Staines's son, Lionel Staines was born in Queensland. He lived only a few days.
  • William John Staines and Ethel Mary Stuart Woods appeared on the Electoral Roll between 1912 and 1914 living at Crawford, Queensland. He is shown as an agent.
  • William John Staines witnessed the burial of Janet McGregor on 6 April 1912 in Presbyterian Cemetery, Ballina, New South Wales, Australia.
  • In 1914 Ethel and William visited William's sister Frances and her husband Wesley Johnston at Dorrigo. Their daughter Bessie wrote this letter to them while they were away. "Dear Mother. Are you well, We are all well. I took Bobbie for walks nearly every evening. I am our loving daughter Bessie."
  • William John Staines appeared on the Electoral Roll between 1915 and 1919 living at Kingaroy, Queensland. Will is shown as an agent and Ethel carried out home duties. According to his obituary they also owned the grazing properties of "Coolaman" and "Dangore" in the Kingaroy district.
  • Around 1918 William and his family moved to "Fernbank", a grazing property.
  • In December 1920 William John Staines and Ethel Mary Stuart Woods were living in Quebec, Mundubbera, Queensland. It is not clear when they moved here but the family returned to Kingaroy after spending a few years on this property. Documents found suggest the house was purchased as a kit from Filshie & Broadfoot in Toowoomba. In 2013 the property was a citrus orchard.
  • William John Staines and Ethel Mary Stuart Woods appeared on the Electoral Roll between 1925 and 1932 living at "Fernbank", Kingaroy, Queensland. William is shown as a grazier and Ethel carried out home duties. Their daughters Elizabeth (Betty), a teacher and Dorothy, home duties also lived with them. According to family hearsay William had owned part of "Belgrove" where his brother Sam farmed and Sam died in 1932 the property was sold. However, Amy, Sam's wife continued to appear on the electoral role with her address as "Belgrove" up until the 1950's.
  • William John Staines and Ethel Mary Stuart Woods moved to Noosa, Queensland on 2 December 1935.An article about their leaving the Kingaroy district appeared in the local newspaper. "Mr W J Staines, who has disposed of his "Fernbank" property to Mr L A Savage, Brooweena, leaves with Mrs Staines and family, for Noosa today. They will spend a holiday at that watering place prior to making their home elsewhere, the location of which has not yet definitely been decided upon. Mr Staines, who came to this district 26 years ago, has, with Mrs Staines and family, resided at "Fernbank" for the past 14 years, following the grazing business. The Staines family is one of the most respected in the district and one which can be ill spared. Their many friends will wish them the best of health in their new home wherever it may be."
  • William John Staines and Ethel Mary Stuart Woods appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1937 living at "Riverside", Maroochydore, Queensland. Their daughters Ethel Dorothy and Ruby were also living there. They all carried out home duties.
  • William John Staines appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1939 living at "Riverside", Maroochydore, Queensland. He was shown as a farmer, but by this time he owned and operated the "Riverside" flats.
  • William John Staines died on 27 June 1940 in Uplands, Woombye, Queensland, at age 65. After selling the flats at Maroochydore, Will had purchased a pineapple farm at Woombye.
  • He was buried in Woombye Cemetery.
  • His death was reported in a number of local and state newspapers.The following article appeared, on 29 June 1940, in the Brisbane Telegraph. Death of Mr W J Staines, of Woombye. June 29. Mr William John Staines of Uplands Woombye has died at the age of 65 years. He was born in Alstonville, New South Wales, and came to Queensland in 1908. He engaged in grazing in the Kingaroy district owning the well-known property Fernbank until 1934, when he moved to Maroochydore and established the Riverside Flats. Recently he disposed of them and took up pineapple growing at Woombye.
    He was for many years a member of the executive of the South-eastern Grazier's Association and was a founding member of the Kingaroy Golf Club and the Maroochydore Bowing Club. He was married at Teven, New South Wales to Miss E M S Woods and she survives, also two sons, Messers W J Staines, Woombye, and J R Staines, North Queensland, also three daughters, Misses E M Staines, of Proston, E D and R J Staines of Woombye. There are two sisters, Mesdames J W Johnston, Kingaroy and D C Woods, Toowong.
    The funeral moved to the Woombye cemetery, where Rev R Cowan officiated at the graveside.
  • On 8 July 1940 William John Staines's obituary appeared in The Kingaroy Herald. It read:- Mr William John Staines passed away on 27 June at his home "Uplands", Woombye, at the age of 65 years. He was born at Alstonville, New South Wales, and made his start growing sugar on the Richmond River. His father, a pioneer of that district, with his brother Samuel, built and owned Rous Mill, one of the first sugar mills in those parts. On coming to Queensland Mr Staines bought a farm at Crawford, near Kingaroy. He also carried on an auctioneering business for some years in conjunction with his brother the late Mr Robert Staines.
    He then turned his attention to cattle grazing, beginning at "Coolaman" and "Dangore" in the Kingaroy district. Later he bought "Quebec" near Gayndah, but in 1922 he returned to the Kingaroy district where he carried on grazing at his properties "Weoon" and "Fernbank" til the end of 1935.
    While in the grazing industry Mr Staines became keenly interested in the welfare of the industry. He was a member of the executive committee of the United Graziers Association of South Eastern Queensland for about fifteen years, and for some years was President of the Kingaroy branch of the Association, reluctantly giving up these offices because of ill health.
    Mr Staines also played a prominent part in the activities of the Country Party Nationalist Organization.
    In March 1936 Mr Staines with his wife and daughters went to Maroochydore and established the "Riverside Flats".
    Recently he disposed of them and purchased a farming property at Woombye.
    He was a highly respected and much liked citizen, who took and active part in public interests in the districts in which he lived. He was a member of the Masonic fraternity, a foundation member of the Kingaroy Golf Club, and of the Maroochydore Bowling Club.
    He was married in Teven, NSW to Miss E M S Woods who survives him. Two sons, Messers W J and G R Staines, three daughters Misses E D, E M and R I Staines and one grandchild, John Staines also survive him.
    There are two sisters Mesdames J W Johnston (Kingaroy) and D C Woods (Taringa.)"

Children of William John Staines and Ethel Mary Stuart Woods

William Joseph (Bill) Staines

M, b. 29 May 1900, d. 31 March 1961
  • William Joseph (Bill) Staines was born on 29 May 1900 in Teven, Alstonville, New South Wales, Australia.
  • He was the son of William John Staines and Ethel Mary Stuart Woods.
  • William Joseph (Bill) Staines attended school in Logboy Provisional School between 1909 and 1910 The family lived at Crawford and William, Dorothy and Betty attended the School. The school closed in 1910 and was moved to Crawford where the children attended the school during 1910 before the girls moved to Collegiate Private School in Kingaroy.
  • He was enrolled at the Crawford State School in 1911 along with his sisters Bessie and Dorothy. They were first day pupils.
  • The following article appeared in the Newcastle Morning Herald and Miners' Advocate on 9 July 1923. "A message from Kingaroy states that the mysterious shooting affray at Fernbank is being investigated by the police. Early this morning W. J. Staines, junior, hearing a noise outside, went to investigate, and was shot in the right arm by someone unseen. A black tracker has been sent from Barambah Aboriginal Settlement to assist the police."
  • He appeared on the Electoral Roll between 1925 and 1932 living at Kingaroy, Queensland. He was a salesman.
  • He appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1937 living at Commercial Hotel, Dalby, Queensland. His occupation is shown as salesman.
  • At the age of 37 years, 10 months and 13 days, William Joseph (Bill) Staines married Elizabeth Fulton on 11 April 1938 in Presbyterian Church, Mackay.
  • In July 1940 William Joseph (Bill) Staines lived in Woombye.
  • He enlisted in the RAAF on 11 May 1942 in Brisbane. He was living at Kingaroy at the time and gave his next of kin as his wife Elizabeth. He was discharged on 11 Feb 1944 with the rank of Leading Aircraftsman at the 3rd Embarkment Depot.
  • William was a groomsman at the wedding of Thomas (Barry) Jorden-Ayling and Ethel (Dorothy or Dot) Staines, daughter of William John Staines and Ethel Mary Stuart Woods, on 22 May 1943 in St Andrews Presbyterian Church, Nambour, Queensland, Australia; Rev Will Cowan officiated at the marriage Service of Dot and Barry. Dorothy was given away by her brother LAC William Joseph Staines, RAAF. Her bridesmaid was her sister Miss Betty Staines. The reception was held at the White Rose Cafe, Nambour.
  • William Joseph (Bill) Staines appeared on the Electoral Roll between 1946 and 1949 living at Cotton Tree, Maroochydore, Queensland. Occupation shown as agent.
  • He appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1950 living at Waterworks Road, Nambour, Queensland. His occupation is shown as a salesman.
  • He appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1952 living at Beachmere Road, Caboolture, Queensland. He is shown as a farmer.
  • He appeared on the Electoral Roll between 1955 and 1961 living at Bromelton Road, Beaudesert, Queensland. His occupation is shown as a salesman.
  • In 1961 he was a case Tractor Salesman, Plant & Plant.
  • He was buried on 31 March 1961 in Beaudesert, Queensland.
  • William Joseph (Bill) Staines died on 31 March 1961 in Beaudesert, Queensland, at age 60. He suffered from cancer.

William Lewis Staines

M, b. June 1862, d. September 1938
  • William Lewis Staines was born in June 1862 in Monks Kirby, Warwickshire.
  • He was the son of Timothy Staines and Elizabeth Lewis.
  • His death was recorded with the London, an unknown place Registration District in the September 1938 Quarter.

William Morson Staines

M, b. 30 January 1853
  • William Morson Staines was baptized on 30 January 1853 in Monks Kirby, Warwickshire.
  • He was the son of John Staines and Ann Morson.
  • At the age of 19 years, 6 months and 12 days, William Morson Staines married Emma Harwood on 11 August 1872 in Leamington Priors, Warwickshire. William was the son of John Staines, a servant living at Newbold Terrace and Emma the daughter of Richard Harwood who also lived at Newbold Terrace. Witnesses were Jane Harwood and George Knight.

William Thomas Staines

M, b. 1848, d. 11 June 1918
  • William Thomas Staines was born in 1848 in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.
  • He was the son of Samuel Staines and Eliza Sydie.
  • On 5 October 1853,William Thomas Staines's father, Samuel Staines died in Parish of Camperdown, Sydney, at age 34. The cause of Samuel's death was a bit of a mystery. Betty Staines notes make reference to "Great grandma lived with the Judge who was very nice to her when workmen met with accident". Even though Betty lists the reason for Eliza's death, she only hinted at Samuel being involved in some sort of accident. Samuel's tombstone shows his death date as 7 October, his Death Certificate shows 5 October. The cause of death is not given on the certificate

    The following notice appeared in the Sydney Morning Herald on 5th October 1853 "FUNERAL.—The friends of the late Mr. Samuel Staines, Farrier, are respectfully invited to attend his funeral, to move from his late residence, Flood's Buildings, Elizabeth-street, tomorrow (Friday) morning, at a quarter to 8 o'clock. JAMES CURTIS. Hunter-street, October 6. N.B.—No circulars will be issued."
  • On 26 April 1855 a list of subscribers to the PATRIOTIC FUND was printed in "The Sydney Morning Herald". Amongst them were members of the Congregational Sabath School in Pitt Street, Sydney. Fanny Staines donated 5 shillings and six pence, William Staines 4 shillings and 9 pence, Joseph Staines 4 shillings and three pence and Samuel Staines 4 shilling and 6 pence.
  • In 1856 Before she died William's mother Eliza made arrangements for the children to be looked after. William was "with some station people near Richmond, they merged into the AA Company."
  • On 18 January 1856,William Thomas Staines's mother, Eliza Sydie died in Parish of Camperdown, Sydney, at age 45. Family hearsay has it that Eliza accidentally swallowed a pin, and knew she was going to die. She arranged for the children to be looked after by friends and acquaintances. The following notice appeared in the Sydney Morning Herald on Saturday 19 January 1856.
    " FUNERAL.-The Friends of the deceased, Mrs. ELIZA STAINES, are invited to attend her funeral; to move from her late residence, Elizabeth street, THIS (Saturday.)"
  • At the age of 31 years, William Thomas Staines married Rose Hannah Madgwick (Magick), daughter of William John Magwick and Hannah Roberts, on 12 March 1879 in St Peter's Church, Richmond, New South Wales, Australia. The service was officiated by Rev. Dr. Woollis.
  • William Thomas Staines was mentioned in a newspaper article in the Windsor and Richmond Gazette regarding the death of William John Magwick on 9 September 1899 "We have been informed that the late Mr W J Magick died from the effects of paralysis, and not rheumatism. He leaves a widow and 4 sons and 4 daughters, two of the latter being married, one to Mr W Staines, of the Bulga, and one to Mr W H Vaughan, of Granville. The chief mourners at the funeral on the 20th inst, were, Mr A Magick (son), Messrs W Staines and W H Vaughan (sons in-law), and C Roberts (brother in-law.)"
  • The following article appeared in the Singleton Argus on 2 June 1903. Illness of Mr W. Staines. — Much regret is expressed at the serious illness of Mr W. Staines, the popular manager of the Milbrodale, Mount Leonard, and Wombo estates in this locality. Mr Staines has been, confined to his bed for a considerable time, and is under, the care of Dr. Maffey, who hopes to have his patient about again in a little while. [NOTE- Did the paper have it wrong? Was it Rose who was ill?]
  • On 20 June 1903,his wife, Rose Hannah Madgwick (Magick) died in Singleton, New South Wales.
  • The following article appeared in the Hawkesbury Herald on 26 June 1903. News reached Richmond this week of the death of Mrs. William Staines of Bulga, who expired on Saturday week last, after an illness of five days The deceased leaves four girls and boy, as well as her husband, to mourn their loss. She was a daughter of Mrs. Madgwick, of Richmond, and has a number of relatives in the district. For many years she resided in Richmond with her husband, both of whom were well known and highly respected.
  • William Thomas Staines appeared on the Electoral Roll between 1906 and 1909 living at Boundary Street, Singleton. He is shown as a drover, living with his three daughters Linda, Ida and Ethel.
  • He appeared on the Electoral Roll between 1913 and 1916 living at Blairmore, Aberdeen. He is shown as a station overseer, living with Linda and Ida.
  • William Thomas Staines died on 11 June 1918 in Aberdeen, New South Wales.
  • He was buried in Whittingham Cemetery, Singleton, New South Wales.
  • On 15 June 1918 William Thomas Staines's obituary appeared in the Singleton Argus reported:- "DEATH OF MR W. STAINES. The late Mr William Staines, who died at Aberdeen on Wednesday last and was buried at Whittingham cemetery on Thursday, was at one time a familiar figure in the stock trade in Singleton. Although of a somewhat reserved and retiring disposition, his sterling qualities won for him many friends, who deeply regret his death. The late Mr Staines was 69 years of age, and a native of Sydney, and was for many years resident at "Milbrodale," Bulga, where he was associated in stock business with the late Mr B. Richards. He left Bulga about nine years for Aberdeen, where he managed the "Blairmore" Estate for Mr Hall. Owing to ill-health he retired some 18 months ago. His wife pre-deceased him 15 years ago, and he leaves one son (Oscar), now managing an estate in Queensland, and four daughters, two of whom are married —Mrs J. A. Cotton, of Aberdeen, and Mrs E. B. Jackson, of Scone. The remains arrived here from Aberdeen by the mid-day train on Thursday, and the Rev. R. E. Wood house conducted the burial service". It read:- (an unknown value.)

Children of William Thomas Staines and Rose Hannah Madgwick (Magick)

Florence May Stalling

F, b. circa 1885
  • Florence May Stalling was born circa 1885.
  • Florence May Stalling married George Newley in 1907 in Queensland.

Children of Florence May Stalling and George Newley

Susan Stamp

F, b. 1875, d. 1939
  • Susan Stamp was born in 1875. She was the daughter of Edward Stamp and Edith Saunders.
  • At the age of 22 years, Susan Stamp married Jesse Wootton in 1897 in Queensland.
  • Susan Stamp was buried in 1939 in Drayton & Toowoomba Cemetery.
  • Susan Stamp died in 1939 in Queensland.

Child of Susan Stamp and Jesse Wootton

Elizabeth Stanberg

F, b. circa 1895
  • Elizabeth Stanberg was born circa 1895.
  • Elizabeth Stanberg married Augustinus Manteit, son of Johann Manteit and Mary Naumann, circa 1916.
  • Elizabeth Stanberg was listed as the next of kin of Edward August Manteit when he enlisted in the Australian Army on 21 January 1941 in Toowoomba. He was living in Chinchilla at the time he enlisted and gave his next of kin as his mother Elizabeth Manteit. His service number was QX16587 and he served in the 2/26 Infantry Battalion the same regiment as his brother Arthur.
  • Elizabeth Stanberg was listed as the next of kin of Arthur James Manteit when he enlisted in the Australian Army on 23 April 1941 in Toowoomba. He was living in Chinchilla at the time he enlisted and gave his next of kin as his mother Elizabeth Errington. His service number was QX16955 and he served in the 2/26 Infantry Battalion.

Children of Elizabeth Stanberg and Augustinus Manteit

Ruby Jane Stanberg

F, b. 1910, d. 29 September 2002

Audrey H Stanbury

F, b. circa 1900
  • Audrey H Stanbury was born circa 1900.
  • Her marriage to Geoffrey D Ebbrell was registered in the March 1926 Quarter in the Birkenhead, Cheshire Registration District.