Elizabeth Ann Staines

F, b. September 1847
  • Elizabeth Ann Staines was born in September 1847 in Withybrook.
  • She was the daughter of Timothy Staines and Elizabeth Lewis.
  • At the time of the 7 April 1861 census Elizabeth Ann Staines was living in the household of Timothy Staines and Elizabeth Lewis 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.

Elizabeth Jane Staines

F, b. 1844
  • Elizabeth Jane Staines was born in 1844.
  • She was the daughter of Thomas Staines and Christiana Catharine Krieg.
  • On 27 September 1852,Elizabeth Jane Staines's father, Thomas Staines died in Three Rivers, 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.
  • On 13 December 1859,Elizabeth Jane Staines's mother, Christiana Catharine Krieg died in New South Wales. The local paper reported- "Death. At her residence, the Hibernian Hotel, Stewart-street, Mrs. Catherine Smith, known as Mrs. Staines, in the 41st year of her age, leaving five young children to deplore their loss. Her funeral will take place this day at 3 o'clock."
  • At the age of 18 years, Elizabeth Jane Staines married George John Burgess on 24 March 1862 in New South Wales. SJM Marsh PM, Magistrate gave permission for the marriage as she was a minor and orphan in 1862.

Child of Elizabeth Jane Staines and George John Burgess

Elizabeth May (Betty) Staines

F, b. 13 October 1903, d. 29 October 1970

Elizabeth May Staines (Betty) and Ethel Dorothy Staines (Dorothy). Taken 1918.
  • Elizabeth May (Betty) Staines was born on 13 October 1903 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.
  • She was the daughter of William John Staines and Ethel Mary Stuart Woods.
  • Elizabeth May (Betty) Staines and Ethel (Dorothy or Dot) 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 1911 before the girls moved to Collegiate Private School in Kingaroy.
    Logboy State School 1910 just before it was moved to Crawford.
    Back Row: Eileen Pearce, Vera Redman, Dorothy Staines, Jane Horrobin, Frank Clark, Charlie Pearce, Willie Staines Middle Row: Jemima Horrobin, Dorothy Pearce, Phyl Clark, Harry Friske, Charlie Friske, Dick Horrobin, Martin Lyons, Jimmy Lyons. Front Row: Tom Horrobin, Bessie Staines, Eveylin Pearce, Pearl Redman, Mistress Miss Ahern
  • Elizabeth May (Betty) Staines commenced school in 1911 at Crawford State School along with her sister Dorothy and brother Willie. They were first day pupils.
  • Between 1911 and 1912 she attended received her schooling at the Collegiate Private School (Kingaroy), Kingaroy. From an article on the Kingaroy Collegiate Private School - It is not generally known that a private school was established in Kingaroy around 1910 or 1911. Named "Collegiate Private School" it was owned by Miss Winifred Shrapnel whose brother, Joseph, was a dentist in Kingaroy. Miss Shrapnel was also the teacher and her sister, Miss Ida Shrapnel, attended to those pupils who wished to further their musical studies.
    The school was situated in Edward Street and students paid to attend. French and English were part of the curriculum and the school enjoyed a good name amongst the parents whose children attended.
    Mrs Nancy Wylie (nee Lee) and Mrs Gloria Eastick (nee Larsen) were early pupils and have happy memories of the Collegiate Private School.
    Some of the other scholars known to have attended this institution include Alf Reddacliff, Dorothy Staines, Hilda Warren (married POE Hawkes), Bessie Cook, Gordon Poulsen, Marj Hoffman, Shirley Lee, Sylvia Mouton, Bessie Staines, Gwen Larsen, Stella Larsen, Lillian Cavaye and Gladys Jobson.
    Subsequently the school building was sold and removed and a block of flats now occupies the site where the private school once stood.
    Students at the Collegiate Private School, Kingaroy c 1912.
    Top: Alf Raddicliff, unknown, unknown, Miss Whitaker
    2nd row: unknown, Dorothy Staines, Hilda Warren, Bessie Cook, unknown, Gordon Poulsen, 3rd Row: Miss Winifred Shrpanel (teacher and owner) Marg Hoffman, Nancy Lee, Shirley Lee, Sylvia Mouton, Bessie Staines, Gwen Larsen, Miss Ida Shrapnel (music teacher). Bottom row: Stella Larsen, unknown, unknown, Lillian Cavaye, Miss Whitaker, Gladys Jobson
  • Between 1913 and 1917 Elizabeth May (Betty) Staines attended the Kingaroy State School where she passed her State Scholarship. The following year she boarded at Moreton Bay High School and stayed there three years until 1920 when she passed her Junior Exam. In 1921, at the age of 16 she spent one year as a Senior student at Maryborough Grammar school.
  • In 1914 Her parents, Ethel and William visited William's sister Frances and her husband Wesley Johnston at Dorrigo. 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 your loving daughter Bessie."
  • She attended school in Wynnum, Queensland, Australia, between 1918 and 1921.
  • Between January 1922 and April 1922 Elizabeth May (Betty) Staines returned to live with the family who, by this time had moved to "Fernbank" near Bell before moving once again to Moreton Bay High School where she was Practice Monitress until the middle of 1923. She then returned to "Fernbank" for a few months until November when she became a teacher on Probation at Crawford State School.
    From January 1924 to mid 1925 she taught school at Ironpot Creek School via Bell before returning to teaching training school in July of that year. In 1926 she was posted to Glenden Humphrey on the Gayndah line.
  • She appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1925 living at Queensland. She was a teacher and lived with her parents and siblings.
  • In July 1940 Elizabeth May (Betty) Staines lived in Proston where she was teaching at the time of her father's death. After his death Betty stayed with Ethel and her sisters on the farm at "Uplands."
  • She appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1941 living at Queensland. Her occupation is shown as home duties.
  • Elizabeth was a bridesmaid 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 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.
  • Elizabeth May (Betty) Staines and Ethel Mary Stuart Woods appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1949 living at Taringa. Betty was a clerk. Ethel's brother Donald also lived in Bloomfield Street with his family.
  • Elizabeth May (Betty) Staines and Ethel Mary Stuart Woods appeared on the Electoral Roll between 1949 and 1954 living at Taringa, Queensland. Betty now worked as a clerk (for Gordon & Gotch) most likely not being able to return to teaching after the war.
  • Elizabeth May (Betty) Staines appeared on the Electoral Roll between 1955 and 1970 living at Indooroopilly. shown as a clerk.
  • Elizabeth May (Betty) Staines died on 29 October 1970 in St Andrews War Memorial Hospital, Brisbane, at age 67.
  • She was buried on 31 October 1970 in Mt Thompson Crematorium.
  • She was cremated on 31 October 1970 in Mt Thompson Crematorium Her ashes were taken to Woombye Cemetery and placed in the grave of her mother and father.

Ellen Staines

F, b. 1897, d. 8 February 1977
  • Ellen Staines was born in 1897 in New South Wales.
  • She was the daughter of John Carroll Staines and Alice Dawes.
  • At the age of 24 years, Ellen Staines married Sidney Joseph Grimshaw in 1921 in New South Wales.
  • On 10 July 1962,her husband, Sidney Joseph Grimshaw died in Liverpool, New South Wales.
  • Ellen Staines died on 8 February 1977 in New South Wales.
  • She was buried in Liverpool Cemetery.

Ellen J Staines

F, b. 1887

Emily Kate Staines

F, b. December 1864
  • Emily Kate Staines was born in December 1864 in Monks Kirby.
  • She was the daughter of Timothy Staines and Elizabeth Lewis.
  • Her marriage, at 24 years and 6 months, to an unknown person was registered in the June 1889 Quarter in Paddington, London Registration District. She married either William Thomas Parlett or William Henry Vaughan.

Eric Aubrey Staines

M, b. 1899, d. 1955
  • Eric Aubrey Staines was born in 1899 in Queensland.
  • He was the son of Thomas Staines and Ellen Gywnne Aubrey.
  • At the age of 26 years, Eric Aubrey Staines married Mary Magdeline Gerhardt in 1925 in Queensland.
  • He appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1925 living at Queensland.
  • Eric Aubrey Staines died in 1955 in Queensland.

Ethel (Dorothy or Dot) Staines

F, b. 5 December 1901, d. 26 April 1982

Ethel Dorothy Staines (Dorothy) and Elizabeth May Staines (Betty). Taken 1918.
  • Ethel (Dorothy or Dot) Staines was born on 5 December 1901 in Teven, New South Wales, Australia.
  • She was the daughter of William John Staines and Ethel Mary Stuart Woods.
  • Ethel (Dorothy or Dot) Staines and Elizabeth May (Betty) 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 1911 before the girls moved to Collegiate Private School in Kingaroy.
    Logboy State School 1910 just before it was moved to Crawford.
    Back Row: Eileen Pearce, Vera Redman, Dorothy Staines, Jane Horrobin, Frank Clark, Charlie Pearce, Willie Staines Middle Row: Jemima Horrobin, Dorothy Pearce, Phyl Clark, Harry Friske, Charlie Friske, Dick Horrobin, Martin Lyons, Jimmy Lyons. Front Row: Tom Horrobin, Bessie Staines, Eveylin Pearce, Pearl Redman, Mistress Miss Ahern
  • On 26 January 1911 Dorothy wrote a post card to her parents who were staying at Brunswick Heads. She wrote " Dear Mamma, We are all well. It has been raining nearly all the time since you left. We are having a good time up here. School is going to start in two or three weeks time. Auntie Bessie will write soon with love from all. your loving Dorothy". A note added by Bessie reads "No Special News, all well B". COMPILERS NOTE:- Ethel and William must have left the children with their grandparents Sarah and Joseph Staines while they were away. Aunt Bessie would have been Sarah Elizabeth Staines.
  • Ethel (Dorothy or Dot) Staines attended school in Wynnum, Queensland, Australia, between 1915 and 1918.
  • She appeared on the Electoral Roll between 1925 and 1932 living at Queensland. She lived with her parents and carried out home duties.
  • She appeared on the Electoral Roll between 1937 and 1939 living at Queensland. She lived with her parents and sister Ruby Isabel. Her occupation is shown as home duties.
  • She and Ethel Mary Stuart Woods appeared on the Electoral Roll between 1941 and 1943 living at Queensland. They both carried out home duties.
  • Ethel (Dorothy or Dot) Staines was a member of Voluntary Aid Detachment, based at Woombye
    in 1943.
  • At the age of 41 years, 5 months and 17 days, Ethel (Dorothy or Dot) Staines married Thomas (Barry) Jorden-Ayling on 22 May 1943 in 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.
    Wedding day of Ethel Dorothy Staines & Thomas Barry Jordan-Ayling 22 May 1943
  • Ethel (Dorothy or Dot) Staines appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1954 living at Drayton Street, Nanango.
  • She appeared on the Electoral Roll between 1963 and 1967. She was shown as living in Queensland. She lived with her sister Betty.
  • She appeared on the Electoral Roll between 1968 and 1974 living at Indooroopilly, Queensland.
  • Ethel (Dorothy or Dot) Staines died on 26 April 1982 in Queensland at age 80. She suffered from cancer.
  • She was buried on 28 April 1982 in Queensland. Her ashes were taken to Albany Creek Cemetery.

Ethel Sarah Staines

F, b. 1886, d. 1948
  • Ethel Sarah Staines was born in 1886 in New South Wales.
  • She was the daughter of William Thomas Staines and Rose Hannah Madgwick (Magick).
  • Ethel Sarah Staines appeared on the Electoral Roll between 1906 and 1909 living at Boundary Street, Singleton. Her occupation was home duties.
  • She appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1913 living at New South Wales. She is shown as a milliner, living with her sisters Ida and Linda.
  • At the age of 29 years, Ethel Sarah Staines married Edward Bellamy Jackson, son of Arthur Charles Jackson and Mary Ann Boxall, in 1915 in New South Wales.
  • Ethel Sarah Staines appeared on the Electoral Roll between 1916 and 1922 living at Main Street, Scone. Her occupation was home duties.
  • She was mentioned in the Obituary of William Thomas Staines on 15 June 1918when 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" (an unknown value.)
  • Ethel Sarah Staines and Edward Bellamy Jackson appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1925 living at New South Wales.
  • Ethel Sarah Staines and Edward Bellamy Jackson appeared on the Electoral Roll between 1930 and 1933 living at Punchbowl. Edward was a salesman and Ethel carried out home duties.
  • Ethel Sarah Staines and Edward Bellamy Jackson appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1937 living at Willoughby, New South Wales. Edward was a broker and Ethel carried out home duties. Their daughter, a saleswoman lived with them.
  • Ethel Sarah Staines and Edward Bellamy Jackson appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1943 living at Cremorne. Edward was a broker and Ethel carried out home duties. Their daughter lived with them.
  • Ethel Sarah Staines died in 1948 in Cremorne, New South Wales. (Shown as 58 years old, but was 62.)

Eva Staines

F, b. 1891, d. 1946
  • Eva Staines was born in 1891 in Richmond, New South Wales.
  • She was the daughter of William Thomas Staines and Rose Hannah Madgwick (Magick).
  • At the age of 21 years, Eva Staines married James Arthur Leslie Cotton in 1912 in New South Wales.
  • Eva Staines was mentioned in the Obituary of William Thomas Staines on 15 June 1918. 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."
  • Eva Staines was mentioned in a newspaper article in the The Muswellbrook Chronicle regarding the death of Ida Hannah Eliza Staines on 13 June 1924 "The death occurred at Aberdeen on Tuesday, 3rd June, of Miss Ida H. Staines, aged 42 years. Miss Staines was the daughter of the late William Staines, for many years manager of Blairmore, Aberdeen, and sister of Mrs. J. A. Cotton. Aberdeen. The deceased had been in ill-health for a considerable time and death was not unexpected; nevertheless the end came as a shock to the sorrowing relatives. The funeral took place in the Church of England Cemetery, Aberdeen, on Wednesday afternoon, 4th June, a large number of friends paying their last respect at the graveside. The principal mourners were Mr. Oscar Stains (Queensland) and Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Cotton (Aberdeen). The Rev. M. C. Brown con ducted the funeral service and a number of beautiful wreaths w[ere laid upon the grave."
  • Eva Staines and James Arthur Leslie Cotton appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1930 living at New South Wales.
  • Eva Staines and James Arthur Leslie Cotton appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1935 living at C- ACF Company, Muswellbrook. James was chief engineer for the ACF company and Eva carried out home duties.
  • Eva Staines appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1936 living at New South Wales.
  • She and James Arthur Leslie Cotton appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1943 living at Mayfield. James was an engineer and Eva carried out home duties. Their children Audrey, a clerk and Bernard a fitter also lived with them as did Eva's older sister Linda.
  • Eva Staines died in 1946 in Mayfield.

Child of Eva Staines and James Arthur Leslie Cotton

Fanny Matilda Staines

F, b. 1892, d. 1951

Fanny Matilda Staines

F, b. 30 September 1849, d. 1868
  • Fanny Matilda Staines was baptized on 30 September 1849 in New South Wales.
  • She was the daughter of Thomas Staines and Christiana Catharine Krieg.
  • Fanny Matilda Staines died in 1868 in New South Wales. She was 19 years old.

Frances Staines

F, b. 3 June 1821, d. 30 March 1851
  • Frances Staines was baptized on 3 June 1821 in North Kilworth, Leicestershire, England.
  • She was the daughter of Thomas Staines and Sarah Davis.
  • Frances Staines immigrated to New South Wales on 7 August 1841. Frances arrived on the Burhampootra as a Bounty Immigrant. She was the personal maid of the wife of Captain William B Dobson. The Dobson's also travelled on the ship as paying passengers.
  • At the age of 26 years, 8 months and 6 days, Frances Staines married William John Noblett on 9 February 1848 in New South Wales. Frances and William were married by special license in the Parish of St Andrews in the county of Cumberland. It was a Presbyterian Marriage. William was shown as a bachelor whose usual residence was Sydney. Frances was a member of the Presbyterian Church of Scotland and her usual residence was also Sydney. Witnesses to the marriage were Samuel Staines of Sydney, Martha Croxford of Sydney. The Officiating Presbyterian minister was John McGarvie.
  • In January 1851,her husband, William John Noblett died in New South Wales. He died from a "lingering illness."
  • Frances Staines died on 30 March 1851 in Sydney, New South Wales, at age 29. She drowned in a boating accident.
  • An inquest was held into Frances Staines's death on 31 March 1851 in Sydney The following article appeared in the Herald Newspaper on April 1, 1851 and again in The Maitland Mercury on April 5, 1851. MELANCHOLY BOAT ACCIDENT-On Sunday last, a party consisting of Mr. Richard McDonald, Mr. William Wood, of Hunter Street, Mrs Wood, and Mrs Noblett, started from the Gas Company’s Wharf, on a boating party down the harbour, in a boat belonging to Mr. McDonald; the boat is thirteen feet in length, and carried sprit and fore-sail; shortly after 2 pm they arrived at Clarke’s Island, where they dines; after dinner they went a short distance from the island, for the purpose of fishing, after sometime the ladies expressed a shih to return home, when Mr. McDonald got the mast up, an pulled, up the kellick, before putting up the sprit, Mr. McDonald climbed about eighteen inches up the mast, for the purpose of disentangling a small flag at the top – simultaneously the ladies rose from their seats, and immediately the boat capsized, precipitating the whole party into the water, the boat filling in an instant, and several times turning over and over. Mrs Noblett caught hold of Mr. McDonald, who sustained her in the water until assistance was rendered by Mr. Dobson, who heard a shout from Clarke’s island as he was on his way to Sydney, and put back to see what was the matter. When the boat overset, Mr. Wood caught his wife’s clothes with one hand and the boat with the other, until being much exhausted, he clenched his wife’s hand as firmly as he could to the stern of the boat, and swam to shore, where his calling attracted Mr. Dobson’s attention to the scene of the catastrophe. On Mr. Dobson’s arrival, he found Mr. McDonald on the keel of the boat, holding up Mrs Noblett by the chin. Mr. Dobson took them into his boat, and on his way to the island to take in Mr. Wood he saw Mrs Wood under the surface of the water, and picked her up, but she appeared to be perfectly dead; her head was under water, and her clothes in the form of a balloon about her. Having taken Mr. Wood on board, Mr. Dobson made for Darling Point, where Mr. Lingard resides, and efforts were made to resuscitate Mrs Noblett and Mrs Wood, but without avail; no symptoms of remaining life in either having shown itself after being taken from the water. The bodies were then removed from Mr. Lingard's to Rushcutter Bay, where Dr Shanks was called in, but the unfortunate ladies were past all recovery. An inquest was yesterday held on the bodies, and a verdict of accidental drowning was returned by the jury. Mrs Noblett was about twenty-eight years of age, and Mrs Woods some three years younger. Mr. and Mrs Woods had only been about six weeks married, and Mrs Noblett was the widow of Mr. Noblett of Pitt Street, recently deceased – Herald, April 1."
  • She was buried in Old Sydney Cemetery. Frances funeral left her residence in Pitt Street at 3pm for the cemetery. It was followed by the funeral of Mrs Elizabeth Wood, at 4pm, also from the home of Frances Noblett. In 1901 2285 stones were transferred in from the Sydney Burial Ground, also known as the Old Devonshire Street Ground, and the Sandhills Cemetery, to the Pioneer Memorial Park in Botany Cemetery.

Children of Frances Staines and William John Noblett

Frances Elizabeth Staines

F, b. circa 1845, d. 15 August 1866
  • Frances Elizabeth Staines was born circa 1845 in New South Wales, Australia. No record can be found of her birth but her Death Certificate lists her place of birth as Sydney and her age as 21 in 1866. Notes held by Betty Staines indicate that Frances died in 1860, but civil records show 1866 which would make her two years older than Samuel, the eldest son.
  • She was the daughter of Samuel Staines and Eliza Sydie.
  • On 5 October 1853,Frances Elizabeth 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.
  • On 18 January 1856,Frances Elizabeth 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.)"
  • Frances Elizabeth Staines was taken into the care of Martha Croxford wife of Frederick Miller. According to family notes " When Grandmother (Eliza Staines) realised she was dying in 1856, she arranged for Aunt Fanny to live with Mrs Fairfax and Mrs Miller ...... Miller's three sons friends of Great Uncle Sam."
  • In 1866 Frances Elizabeth Staines lived in Glebe Road, Sydney. presumedly with the Miller family. A descendant Fran Johnston's notes read:- "Frances Elizabeth was a beloved Sunday School teacher at St Barnabas Church of England, Sydney."
  • Frances Elizabeth Staines died on 15 August 1866 in New South Wales, Australia. Family hearsay has it that Frances drowned in a boating accident while sailing on the harbour with friends. Such and accident did occur, but the Frances Staines involved was this Frances aunt, sister of Samuel and Thomas. This Frances' death certificate indicates that she died of Pulmonary Consumption, and that she had been receiving treatment from a Dr Gilhooly for 2 years before her death. At the time of her death Frances was living in Glebe Road. The informant was Fred Miller most likely a son of the Miller family who took Frances in after her parent's death. Her death was announced in the Empire newspaper:-" STAINES —On August 15, of consumption, at the residence of
    Mr. Miller, Glebe-road, Frances Elizabeth Staines aged 21 years."
  • The following article appeared in the The Sydney Morning Herald on 16 August 1866. " FUNERAL.—The Friends of Miss FRANCES ELIZABETH STAINES are invited to attend her Funeral; to move from the residence of Mr. Miller, Glebe Road, at 2.45 p.m. THIS DAY. JOHN HILL, Undertaker."
  • She was buried on 16 August 1866 in Camperdown Cemetery, Sydney. Witnesses to her burial were Richard S Rinner and John James Higley.

    The following inscription on her headstone was copied by Auntie Bess. (Sarah Elizabeth Woods (nee Staines))
    TO
    THE MEMORY OF
    SAMUEL STAINES
    WHO DIED 7TH OCTOBER 1853
    AGED 34 YEARS
    ALSO
    ELIZA STAINES
    WHO DIED 18 JANUARY 1856
    AGED 43 YEARS
    -----
    SACRED
    TO
    THE MEMORY OF
    FRANCES ELIZABETH
    STAINES
    WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE
    15 AUGUST 1860
    AGED 21 YEARS
         
    HOW SWEET TO KNOW THAT THOSE WE MOURN
         HAVE TRUSTED IN A SAVIOUR'S LOVE
         THOUGH ABSENT FROM THEIR FRIENDS BELOW
         THEY DWELL ETERNALLY ABOVE.
    NOTE:- Samuel died on 5th October 1853, not 7th. Frances died in 1866, not in 1860 as inscribed on the headstone. All three may not have been buried in this cemetery. The headstone was most likely placed on the grave/s by descendants, some time after their deaths.

Frances Margaret Staines

F, b. 27 April 1876, d. 11 March 1963

Frances Margaret Johnston (Staines) 1876-1963

  • Frances Margaret Staines was born on 27 April 1876 in Youngman Creek, New South Wales, Australia.
  • She was the daughter of Joseph Staines and Sarah Jane Crawford.
  • At the age of 22 years, 10 months and 23 days, Frances Margaret Staines married John Wesley Johnston, son of William Johnston and Elizabeth Spence, on 22 March 1899 in New South Wales. Rob and Ethel Woods received the following invitation to the wedding:-

    Mr & Mrs J Staines
    request the pleasure of
    Master R and Miss Woods' company
    at the marriage of their daughter
    Frances Margaret
    with
    MR J W Johnston
    in the Wesleyan Church Teven
    Wednesday March 22nd at 11.30am.

    Wedding photo of John Wesley Johnston and Frances Margaret Staines - 22 March 1899.
  • On 26 November 1915,their son, Cecil Robert Johnston died in New South Wales. He died from injuries he received when he was kicked by a horse.
  • On 26 August 1924,their son, Eric Lance Johnston died in Queensland at age 12. He was injured when he was knocked off his horse when it ran under a tree on the way home from school. He lived a few days after the accident.
  • Frances Margaret Staines and John Wesley Johnston appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1925 living at Cooloolabin. Wes was a farmer and Frances carried out home duties.
  • Frances Margaret Staines appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1930 living at Wooroolin. She carried out home duties. Wes was not registered at this address.
  • She and John Wesley Johnston appeared on the Electoral Roll between 1936 and 1943 living at Wooroolin. Wes was a farmer and Fran carried out home duties. Their sons Joseph (Jack) and William (Harry) also farmed at Wooroolin. However, Wes and Fran had retired to 221 Haly Street, Kingaroy by September 1939 as Wes was present at the death of his mother in law Sarah Jane Staines who was living with them at the time. According to family she had lived with them for some time before her death.
  • The Johnston family around 1938. Frank, Wes and Frances, Jack at the back with Arthur, Max and Harry in front.
    The Johnston family from back left Frank, Wes, Fran, Jack. Front L-R Arthur, Max and Harry. Taken c 1938. Photo courtesy of David Jones
  • On 2 September 1943,their son, Stanley Maxwell (Max) Johnston died in England at age 23. The Wellington crashed between the Model Farm buildings and Knightsbridge Farm buildings in South Oxfordshire at 21.45 on the 2nd September 1943. The aircraft was on a night training exercise from OTU Westcott; no reason was given for the accident although apparently it is made clear on the full reports that no blame was attributed to the crew. This bomber had been damaged more than once during its time with a Czech squadron before it became a training aircraft . The aircraft caught fire and all five crew members died; the four Australians are all buried at Botley and the Irishman’s body was repatriated. At the time of his death Max held the rank of Flying Officer in the 11th Operational Training Unit. His name is listed on the Roll of Honour at Wooroolin (16km north of Kingaroy) in Queensland.
  • In March 1949 Wes and Frances celebrated their 49th Wedding Anniversary with their family.
    Wes & Frances Johnston and their family celebrating their 50th Wedding Anniversary March 1849. Photo thanks to David Jones.
  • Frances Margaret Staines and John Wesley Johnston appeared on the Electoral Roll between 1954 and 1958 living at cnr William & Haly Street, Kingaroy.
  • On 26 May 1955,her husband, John Wesley Johnston died in Queensland.
  • Frances Margaret Staines died on 11 March 1963 in Queensland at age 86.
  • She was buried in 1963 in Queensland. Her headstone reads: - In Loving Memory of our father John Wesley Johnston 1874-1955 and our Dear Mother Frances Margaret Johnston 1876-1963 (At Rest).

Children of Frances Margaret Staines and John Wesley Johnston

Frederick Staines

M, b. circa 1856
  • Frederick Staines was born circa 1856 in Birmingham.
  • He was the son of John Staines and Ann Morson.
  • At the time of the 2 April 1871 census Frederick Staines was living in the household of John Staines and Ann Morson in Warwickshire. John was the the 44 year old head of the household born North Kilworth, living with his wife Ann, 45 born Stretton-on-Fosse; and children Frederick 15 born Birmingham; Lizzie 10, born New Bilton; Alice 4 born Rugby. Also present in the house were four lodgers.

George Lewis Staines

M, b. December 1845, d. April 1853
  • George Lewis Staines's birth was registered in the Market Harborough, Leicestershire Registration District in the December 1845 Quarter.
  • He was the son of Timothy Staines and Elizabeth Lewis.
  • George Lewis Staines was baptized on 7 December 1846 in Husbands Bosworth, Leicestershire.
  • George Lewis Staines died in April 1853 in Withybrook at age 7.
  • He was buried on 27 April 1853 in Withybrook.

George Robert (Rob) Staines

M, b. 8 September 1906, d. 17 February 1961
  • George Robert (Rob) Staines was born on 8 September 1906 in Wilson's Creek, New South Wales. His father, William born Alstonville, was a 33 year old farmer and mother Ethel born Sydney, was 28 years old.
  • He was the son of William John Staines and Ethel Mary Stuart Woods.
  • George Robert (Rob) Staines attended school in Queensland, Australia, between July 1920 and December 1920.
  • In December 1920 George Robert (Rob) Staines lived in Queensland, Australia.
  • He appeared on the Electoral Roll between 1928 and 1932 living at Queensland. shown as a grazier.
  • At the age of 29 years, 2 months and 15 days, George Robert (Rob) Staines married Olive (Betty) Escott on 23 November 1935 in Queensland. [NOTE:- Cannot find this marriage on the QLD BDM Index]
  • George Robert (Rob) Staines appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1936 living at Brooklana. George was shown as a farmer. Betty was not on the roll under the name of Staines. (Brooklana is mid-way between Coffs Harbour and Dorrigo.)
  • He appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1939 living at Queensland. His occupation is shown as Salesman.
  • On 6 December 1939 the following advertisement appeared in The Courier Mail LEGAL NOTICES IN THE SUPREME COURT OF QUEENSLAND. MATRIMONIAL JURISDICTION. TO OLIVE HOSKING, formerly of Brisbane, In the State of Queensland, but whose present whereabouts are unknown. And to GEORGE ROBERT STAINES, formerly of Townsville, In the said State, but whose present whereabouts are unknown. Take notice that an ACTION has been commenced against both of you in the Supreme Court of Queensland at Brisbane by Writ of Summons No. 202 of 1930 by HENRY HOSKING (husband of you Olive Hosking in Which he claims a Dissolution of his Marriage with you Olive Hosking and by his Petition filed herein he alleges that on divers occasions during the month of February 1939 you Olive Hosking committed adultery with you George Robert Staines and that on divers occasions during the said month of February 1938 you George Robert Staines committed adultery with you Olive Hosking. And it has been ordered that service on you Olive Hosking and on you George Robert Staines of the said Petition and of the said Writ be effected by the Insertion of this Advertisement once In The Courier-Mail and once in The Telegraph newspapers published at Brisbane aforesaid and once In The Argus newspaper published at Melbourne in the State of Victoria and by pre paid registered letter to Thomas Escott at Bendigo in the said State of Victoria and by prepaid registered letter to W Staines at Woombye in the said State of Queensland. If you Olive Hosking and you George Robert Staines or either of you desire to defend this action you must within sixty days from the date of the performance of the last act done in pursuance of the said Order enter an appearance at the Registry of the said Court. And further take notice that in de fault of your so doing the Plaintiff may by leave of the Court or a Judge thereof proceed in the action and Judgment may be given against you or either of you In your absence. Dated this Sixth day of December, 1939. (L.S.) J. S. GIBSON, Second Deputy Registrar.
  • In July 1940 George Robert (Rob) Staines lived in North Queensland.
  • He was employed by as a carpenter in 1949 in Victoria, Australia.
  • He and Olive (Betty) Escott appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1949 living at 101 Lakeside Parade, The Entrance. Betty carried out home duties and George Robert was a salesman.
  • Between 1950 and 1961 he was
    a salesman.
  • In 1954 George Robert (Rob) Staines lived in South Australia, Australia.
  • In 1961 George Robert (Rob) Staines lived in 98 Crouch Street, South Australia.
  • George Robert (Rob) Staines died on 17 February 1961 in South Australia at age 54. An extract from The Border Watch , Saturday 18th February 1961 reads
    "STAINES - On February 17, at his residence, George Robert, of Crouch Street South, Mount Gambier. Loved Husband of Betty Staines, and loved father of Heather, Shirley (Mrs D Lassett), Nola, Robyn and Betty. Loved grandfather of Vicki. Aged 54 years. The friends of the late Mr George Robert Staines are respectfully informed that his funeral will leave the private chapel of Ern James, Commercial Street, Mt Gambier, on Monday next, at the conclusion of a service commencing at 11 am for the Mt Gambier Cemetery. ERN JAMES, Funeral Director."
  • He was buried on 20 February 1961 in Mt Gambier Cemetery. Grave Site - Section K, Allotment No 1143.

Gladys (Louisa) M Staines

F, b. 1885, d. 1970
  • Gladys (Louisa) M Staines was born in 1885 in New South Wales. Her birth registraion shows her name as Louise M Staines.
  • She was the daughter of Thomas Staines and Ellen Gywnne Aubrey.
  • At the age of 21 years, Gladys (Louisa) M Staines married Charles William Hill in 1906 in New South Wales.
  • Gladys (Louisa) M Staines died in 1970 in New South Wales.

Child of Gladys (Louisa) M Staines and Charles William Hill

Ida Hannah Eliza Staines

F, b. 1881, d. 3 June 1924
  • Ida Hannah Eliza Staines was born in 1881 in New South Wales.
  • She was the daughter of William Thomas Staines and Rose Hannah Madgwick (Magick).
  • Ida Hannah Eliza Staines appeared on the Electoral Roll between 1906 and 1909 living at New South Wales. She was shown as a housekeeper living with her father and sisters Ethel and Frances.
  • She was mentioned in the Obituary of William Thomas Staines on 15 June 1918when 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" (an unknown value.)
  • Ida Hannah Eliza Staines appeared on the Electoral Roll between 1921 and 1922 living at Aberdeen. Her occupation is shown as home duties. She is living with her father, William and sisters Ethel and Linda.
  • Ida Hannah Eliza Staines died on 3 June 1924 in New South Wales.
  • She was buried in Aberdeen Cemetery. CofE Cemetery Row 7, Plot 14.
    Headstone on Linda & Ida Hannah Eliza Staines grave in Aberdeen Cemetery.
  • The following article appeared in the The Muswellbrook Chronicle on 13 June 1924. "The death occurred at Aberdeen on Tuesday, 3rd June, of Miss Ida H. Staines, aged 42 years. Miss Staines was the daughter of the late William Staines, for many years manager of Blairmore, Aberdeen, and sister of Mrs. J. A. Cotton. Aberdeen. The deceased had been in ill-health for a considerable time and death was not unexpected; nevertheless the end came as a shock to the sorrowing relatives. The funeral took place in the Church of England Cemetery, Aberdeen, on Wednesday afternoon, 4th June, a large number of friends paying their last respect at the graveside. The principal mourners were Mr. Oscar Stains (Queensland) and Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Cotton (Aberdeen). The Rev. M. C. Brown con ducted the funeral service and a number of beautiful wreaths w[ere laid upon the grave."

James George Staines

M, b. 16 May 1901, d. 5 August 1975
  • James George Staines was born on 16 May 1901 in New South Wales.
  • He was the son of John Carroll Staines and Alice Dawes.
  • At the age of 22 years, James George Staines married Amy Olive Bowd in 1924 in New South Wales.
  • James George Staines and Amy Olive Bowd appeared on the Electoral Roll between 1930 and 1936 living at New South Wales.
  • James George Staines enlisted in the Australian Army on 12 April 1942 in Canowindra. . He wa living at Canowindra at the time and gave his next of kin as his wife Army Staines. His servcie number was N386047. He was discharged 9 July 1943 as a Private in the Volunteer Defense Corps, 27th Batallion.
  • James George Staines died on 5 August 1975 in New South Wales at age 74.
  • He was buried in Canowindra Cemetery.
    Grave of James George Staines 1901-1975, Canowindra Cemetery

Jean Maither Staines

F, b. 28 July 1920, d. 12 June 1987
  • Jean Maither Staines was born on 28 July 1920.
  • She was the daughter of Robert Staines and Daisy Emelie Gibb.
  • Jean Maither Staines witnessed the marriage of Charles Trethowan Fifoot and Kathleen Maither Staines on 7 December 1936 in Northbridge, New South Wales; Charles is noted as a bachelor, a bank officer of Miles Queensland, Kathleen a spinster of Northbridge, home duties. The ceremony was officiated by C H Tomlinson. Jean Staines and J B Parker were witnesses.
  • Jean Maither Staines died on 12 June 1987 at age 66.

John Staines

M, b. 7 April 1816, d. 1818
  • John Staines was baptized on 7 April 1816 in North Kilworth, Leicestershire, England.
  • He was the son of Thomas Staines and Sarah Davis.
  • John Staines died in 1818.

John Staines

M, b. 25 November 1827, d. December 1904
  • John Staines was baptized on 25 November 1827 in North Kilworth, Leicestershire, England.
  • He was the son of Thomas Staines and Sarah Davis.
  • John Staines appeared on the census of 7 June 1841 in North Kilworth. shown as 15 years old living on a farm, occupation NS?
  • His marriage, at 22 years and 3 months, to Ann Morson, daughter of William Morson and Sarah Unknown, was registered in the March 1850 Quarter in Lutterworth, Leicestershire Registration District. The surname is spelt Steans.
  • John Staines and Ann Morson appeared on the census of 30 March 1851 in Stretton-on-Foss, Warwickshire. John is shown as a 23 year old blacksmith born North Kilworth, living with his father-in-law William Morson and wife Sarah, with his wife Ann 25 born Stretton-on-Foss, and his daughter Amelia aged 4 months also born Stretton-on- Foss.
  • John Staines and Ann Morson appeared on the census of 2 April 1871 in Warwickshire. John was the the 44 year old head of the household born North Kilworth, living with his wife Ann, 45 born Stretton-on-Fosse; and children Frederick 15 born Birmingham; Lizzie 10, born New Bilton; Alice 4 born Rugby. Also present in the house were four lodgers.
  • John Staines appeared on the census of 31 March 1901 in Warwickshire. He was a 74 year old pauper, born North Kilworth, living in an Institution - most likely the Parish Poor House.
  • His death was recorded with the Rugby, Warwickshire Registration District in the December 1904 Quarter.

Children of John Staines and Ann Morson

John Staines

M, b. 26 July 1893, d. 28 March 1961
  • John Staines was born on 26 July 1893 in New South Wales.
  • He was the son of John Carroll Staines and Alice Dawes.
  • John Staines enlisted in the AIF. He was a saddler. He was gassed and wounded in action in France having served in the 54th battalion and discharged on 10 June 1919 on 17 November 1915 in New South Wales.
  • On 31 May 1918 The Canowindra Star and Eugowra News reported that Private Jack Staines had been gassed for the second time, severely, and was admitted to the War Hospital in Stafford-on-Avon on 25 April 1918.
  • At the age of 25 years, John Staines married Nellie Flanagan in 1919 in St Leonards, New South Wales.
  • John Staines appeared on the Electoral Roll between 1930 and 1936 living at New South Wales.
  • In 1932,his daughter, Pearley D M Staines died in New South Wales.
  • On 28 March 1938 John Staines lived in Surry Hills, New South Wales.
  • He enlisted in the Australian Army on 13 November 1940 in Canowindra He was living at Paddington, Sydney at the time and gave his next of kin as Olive Staines. His service number was N78244. He was discharged on 3 January 1945 with the rank of Driver in the 3rd Horse Auxiliary Transport Company.
  • In 1949,his wife, Nellie Flanagan died in New South Wales.
  • John Staines died on 28 March 1961 in Queensland at age 67.

Child of John Staines and Nellie Flanagan

John Staines

M, b. 13 September 1894
  • John Staines was born on 13 September 1894 in New South Wales.
  • He was the son of Thomas Staines and Ellen Gywnne Aubrey.
  • At the age of 20 years, John Staines married Madeline Dickhart, daughter of Wilhelm Diikhaut and Mary Eva Annie Kranz, in 1915 in Queensland.
  • John Staines began military service on 8 March 1918 in Maryborough. His service number was 53099 and he gave his next of kin as his wife Madeline Dickhart Staines of Bridge Street, Toowoomba. He had two chidren and was a labourer. Dispite his wife's attempts to have him dishcarged because of his previous injuries received while living in Tenterfield, he saw overseas service and was discharged on 29 Sep 1919.

John Staines

M, b. circa 1845
  • John Staines was born circa 1845 in England.
  • He was the son of William Staines and Caroline Elizabeth Sheppherd.
  • John Staines immigrated 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.

John Adam Staines

M, b. 16 December 1938, d. 27 March 2007
  • John Adam Staines was born on 16 December 1938 in Queensland.
  • He was the son of Samuel Milroy Staines and Elsie Ena Adam.
  • John Adam Staines appeared on the Electoral Roll between 1972 and 1980 living at Jambaroo, Taroom. He was a farmer living on the same property as his parents.
  • John Adam Staines died on 27 March 2007 in Queensland at age 68.

John Carroll Staines

M, b. 8 May 1848, d. 24 October 1920
  • John Carroll Staines was born on 8 May 1848 in New South Wales.
  • He was the son of Thomas Staines and Christiana Catharine Krieg.
  • On 27 September 1852,John Carroll Staines's father, Thomas Staines died in Three Rivers, 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.
  • On 13 December 1859,John Carroll Staines's mother, Christiana Catharine Krieg died in New South Wales. The local paper reported- "Death. At her residence, the Hibernian Hotel, Stewart-street, Mrs. Catherine Smith, known as Mrs. Staines, in the 41st year of her age, leaving five young children to deplore their loss. Her funeral will take place this day at 3 o'clock."
  • At the age of 34 years, John Carroll Staines married Alice Dawes, daughter of James Dawes and Elizabeth Lewis, in 1883 in Cowra, New South Wales.
  • John Carroll Staines died on 24 October 1920 in New South Wales at age 72.
  • On 29 October 1920 John Carroll Staines's obituary appeared in Carowinda Star and Eugowa News. It read:- "An old and much respected resident of Canowindra passed away on Sunday last in the person of Mr. J. Staines, who was a remarkably active man for his advanced years, was taken suddenly ill with paralysis on Sunday morning, and although everything possible was done to relieve him, the end came quickly. The deceased gentleman was born in Bathurst and came to this district when quite a youthful man. He leaves a widow and eleven children (six daughters and five sons), three of the latter serving with the A.I.F. The daughters are Mesdames J. Small, Walters, M. Cahill, and Misses Katie, Nellie and Annie Staines: and the sons Messrs. Tom, Jack, Charlie, Cecil and Jim. The interment took place in the Church of England portion of the local cemetery on Monday, Rev. R. Douglas reading the service."
  • He was buried in Canowindra Cemetery.
    Grave of John Carroll Staines & Alice Dawes, Canowindra Cemetery

Children of John Carroll Staines and Alice Dawes

John Carroll Staines

M, b. 1890, d. 26 December 1890
  • John Carroll Staines was born in 1890 in New South Wales.
  • He was the son of John Carroll Staines and Alice Dawes.
  • John Carroll Staines died on 26 December 1890 in New South Wales.