Ann Staines

F, b. 1851, d. 30 May 1866
  • Ann Staines was born in 1851 in New South Wales.
  • She was the daughter of Thomas Staines and Christiana Catharine Krieg.
  • Ann Staines died on 30 May 1866 in Lachlan River, New South Wales. She was 15 years old.

Anne Staines

F, b. 20 March 1818
  • Anne Staines was baptized on 20 March 1818 in North Kilworth, Leicestershire, England.
  • She was the daughter of Thomas Staines and Sarah Davis.
  • At the age of 20 years, 8 months and 19 days, Anne Staines married Thomas Maddock on 9 December 1838 in North Kilworth, Leicestershire. She was a minor of North Kilworth, father Thomas Steans, and he full age, father William Claybrook.
  • Anne Staines appeared on the census of 30 March 1851 in Walcote. Thomas was a 42 year old servant born Clipston Northhampton, Ann 33 born North Kilworth, living with children Thomas 12, Hannah 7, Fanny 6, Catherine 4 and William 6 months - all born Walcote. The surname was spelt Maddox.

  • She appeared on the census of 7 April 1861 in Misterton. Ann, 43, was a married grocers wife, born North Kilworth living with her children Catherine 14, William 10, Anne L 7, Sarah Hannah 5, Elizabeth 3 and Herbert 4m. All the children were born in Walcote. Thomas was not listed.

  • She appeared on the census of 2 April 1871 in Walcote. Ann was a 53 year old widowed cottager, born Walcote, living with her children Elizabeth 13 and Herbert 10 also born Walcote.
  • She appeared on the census of 3 April 1881 in St Mary. Ann was a 63 year old visitor, widowed, born North Kilworth, visiting her daughter Catherine 34 born Walcote, son in law James Russell, 35, a coachman, born Great Easton and their son Ernest aged 2, born Knighton.
  • She appeared on the census of 5 April 1891 in Ashby Parva, Leicestershire. Ann was living alone, a 73 year old widow living in Almshouse.

Annie Amelia Staines

F, b. 1904, d. 1985
  • Annie Amelia Staines was born in 1904 in Cargo, New South Wales.
  • She was the daughter of John Carroll Staines and Alice Dawes.
  • At the age of 20 years, Annie Amelia Staines married John W Forrest in 1924 in New South Wales.
  • Annie Amelia Staines died in 1985 in New South Wales.

Annie Maria Staines

F, b. December 1855
  • Annie Maria Staines was born in December 1855 in Withybrook.
  • She was the daughter of Timothy Staines and Elizabeth Lewis.
  • At the time of the 7 April 1861 census, Annie Maria 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.

  • Her marriage, at 27 years, to Arthur Smith was registered in the December 1882 Quarter in the Pancras, London Registration District.

Bruce Samuel Staines

M, b. 1 January 1945, d. 2 June 1947
  • Bruce Samuel Staines was born on 1 January 1945 in Queensland.
  • He was the son of Samuel Milroy Staines and Elsie Ena Adam.
  • Bruce Samuel Staines died on 2 June 1947 in Queensland at age 2.

Caroline Staines

F, b. 1853
  • Caroline Staines was born in 1853. She was born aboard the SS Herefordshire enroute to New South Wales.
  • She was the daughter of William Staines and Caroline Elizabeth Sheppherd.
  • Caroline Staines was baptized on 15 January 1854 in Parramatta.

Catherine Staines

F, b. 13 April 1823
  • Catherine Staines was baptized on 13 April 1823 in North Kilworth, Leicestershire, England.
  • She was the daughter of Thomas Staines and Sarah Davis.

Catherine Staines

F, b. 8 September 1883, d. 1966
  • Catherine Staines was born on 8 September 1883 in Soldier's Flat, New South Wales.
  • She was the daughter of John Carroll Staines and Alice Dawes.
  • At the age of 37 years, 5 months and 9 days, Catherine Staines married William Thomas B Hill on 17 February 1921 in New South Wales. William was a saddler, partner in Staines and Co of Canowindra, late 47th Battalion.
  • Catherine Staines died in 1966 in New South Wales.
  • Catherine was buried in Canowindra Cemetery.
    Grave of Catherine Hill, nee Staines (1883-1966), Canowindra Cemetery

Cecil Roger Staines

M, b. 13 February 1899, d. 1972
  • Cecil Roger Staines was born on 13 February 1899 in New South Wales.
  • He was the son of John Carroll Staines and Alice Dawes.
  • Cecil Roger Staines was accepted into the AIF He was a 19 year old labourer. The service record does not give a service number or any other details on 7 July 1918 in New South Wales.
  • He appeared on the Electoral Roll between 1930 and 1936 living at New South Wales.
  • He enlisted in the Military in 1939. . He enlisted in Canowindra. His servcie number was N386176. His next of kin was given as Thomas Staines.
  • Cecil Roger Staines died in 1972 in Liverpool, New South Wales.

Charles Staines

M, b. 11 November 1895
  • Charles Staines was born on 11 November 1895 in New South Wales.
  • He was the son of John Carroll Staines and Alice Dawes.
  • At the age of 31 years, 5 months and 12 days, Charles Staines married Adelia Pollard on 23 April 1927 in Queensland.
  • Charles Staines enlisted in the Australian Army on 22 March 1942. . He joined in Brisbane and gave his next of kin as Delia Staines. His service number was Q155488 and was living at Enogerra at the time he enlisted.
  • In 1972,his wife, Adelia Pollard died in Queensland.

Child of Charles Staines and Adelia Pollard

Clara Ellen Staines

F, b. December 1866
  • Clara Ellen Staines was born in December 1866 in Monks Kirby.
  • She was the daughter of Timothy Staines and Elizabeth Lewis.
  • Her marriage, at 22 years and 6 months, to John Lambert was registered in the June 1889 Quarter in the Leicester, Leicestershire Registration District.

Coral Everett Staines

F, b. June 1912, d. 1989
  • Coral Everett Staines's birth was registered in the Wiltshire, an unknown place Registration District in the June 1912 Quarter.
  • She was the daughter of Samuel Everett Staines and Thyra (Trish) Atkinson.
  • Coral Everett Staines emigrated with Thyra (Trish) Atkinson and Samuel Everett Staines in August 1915 in Liverpool; Samuel, a shipwright and Thyra both travelled from Liverpool to Montreal with their children. The family was listed as R Staines, 28 T Staines 28, R or K Staines 4, and M Staines aged 3. They travelled on the Missenabie.
  • Coral Everett Staines immigrated in 1923. She sailed from Southhampton with her mother on the "President Arthur" arriving at Ellis Island on 1 Nov 1923. Her address in England was given as Charney Wantage and her manifesto number was 24. Her age on arrival was given as 11 years and 8 months. She was 4' 2'' tall, fair complection, dark hair and hazel eyes. Her birth place was given as Swindon, England. They listed S Everett Staines of 1608 W Lexington Street, Baltimore as their contact.
  • Coral and her family moved to Canada, arriving at the port of Quebec.
  • On 17 February 1927,Coral Everett Staines's mother, Thyra (Trish) Atkinson died in York, Ontario, Canada, at age 39. At the time of her death Samuel was living at 608 Church Street. She suffered from nyclitis compounded by dysentary. She was buried in the Park Lawn cemetery on Feb 19, 1927.
  • Coral Everett Staines died in 1989 in Clay, USA.

David Staines

M, b. 6 November 1905, d. 8 November 1905
  • David Staines was born on 6 November 1905 in New South Wales. The father of Alice's son was John Joseph Small who was later taken to court for failing to pay the Alice's rent to her landlord Charles Banwell.
  • He was the son of Alice B Staines.
  • David Staines died on 8 November 1905 in Cargo, New South Wales.

David Victor Staines

M, b. 12 November 1906
  • David Victor Staines was born on 12 November 1906 in New South Wales.
  • He was the son of Samuel Joseph Staines and Gertrude Florence (Amy) Johnston.
  • David Victor Staines was enrolled at the Crawford State School in 1918 along with his brother Samuel and sister Dorothea. Their cousin Ruby Staines also commenced school there that year.
  • David was the best man at the wedding of James (Victor) Johnston and Stella Moore on 27 June 1925 in New South Wales; The Camden News reported:- " The marriage was celebrated at the Methodist Church, Camden, on June 27th, by the Rev. A. H. Johnstone, of Stella, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Moore, of Glenmore, Camden, to James Victor, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. David Johnston, of 'Ellenthorpe,' Tenterfield. The bride, who was given away by her father, wore a gown of ivory crepe de chine with the customary wreath and veil, and carried a shower bouquet of white sweet peas, Iceland poppies and pale pink carnations. Miss Edna Moore, sister of the bride, acted as bridesmaid, and wore powder blue crepe de chine with black picture hat, and carried a shower bouquet of pale pink sweet peas and pink passion blossom, with pink ribbon streamers. Mr. Dave Staines, of Kingaroy, Queensland, nephew of the bridegroom, acted as best man. The church was beautifully decorated by friends of the bride. Mr. Frank Whiteman presided at the organ. A reception was held in the Methodist School Hall, where the guests were received by the bride's mother, who wore a gown of black figured marocain, and carried a posy of violets and wallflowers veiled with brown tulle. Later the newly wedded pair left for the South Coast, the bride travelling in a costume of grey repp and small black hat. "
  • David Victor Staines appeared on the Electoral Roll between 1928 and 1930 living at Queensland. shown as a grazier.
  • At the age of 23 years, David Victor Staines married Dorothea Beryl Hawker in 1930 in Burwood, New South Wales. They had a total of seven children.
  • David Victor Staines and Dorothea Beryl Hawker appeared on the Electoral Roll between 1937 and 1949 living at Chinchilla District, Queensland. He is shown as a grazier.
  • David Victor Staines began military service on 1 July 1942 in Jandowae. He enlisted in the 7th Battalion Defence Corps. He was living at Jandowae and gave Dorothea Staines as his next of Kin. His service number was Q226372. He was discharged on 21 October 1945 with the rank of Private.
  • He and Dorothea Beryl Hawker appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1954 living at Darr Creek. David was a grazier and Dorothea carried out home duties. Their daughter , was a jillaroo.
  • On 20 March 1954 The Courier Mail reported that a decree nisi had been granted due to David's adultery.

Desmonde Sylvia Staines

F, b. 31 August 1920, d. 13 December 2008
  • Desmonde Sylvia Staines was born on 31 August 1920.
  • Desmonde Sylvia Staines married Peter John Trapp, son of William Charles Trapp and Mabel Christina Mullaney, circa 1941.
  • Desmonde Sylvia Staines and Peter John Trapp appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1943 living at Coalbank. Peter was a farm labourer.
  • On 5 December 1987,her husband, Peter John Trapp died at age 71.
  • Desmonde Sylvia Staines died on 13 December 2008 at age 88.
  • Desmonde was buried on 17 December 2008 in Crow's Nest Cemetery. CE1-00B-0034.

Child of Desmonde Sylvia Staines and Peter John Trapp

Dorothea Maude Staines

F, b. 6 August 1910
  • Dorothea Maude Staines was also known as Maudie.
  • She was born on 6 August 1910 in New South Wales.
  • She was the daughter of Samuel Joseph Staines and Gertrude Florence (Amy) Johnston.
  • Dorothea Maude Staines was enrolled at the Crawford State School in 1918 along with his brothers David Samuel. Their cousin Ruby Staines also commenced school there that year.
  • She and Dr James Egerton (Ege) Cary's were engagement was announced in The Brisbane Courier. It read:- " CARY-STAINES.-The engagement is announced of Dorothea Maude, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Staines, Bellgrove, Kingaroy, Q'sld., to James Egerton Cary, L.D.Q., Kingaroy, third son of Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Cary, Hamilton, Brisbane."
    on 29 December 1928.
  • At the age of 19 years, Dorothea Maude Staines married Dr James Egerton (Ege) Cary in 1930 in Queensland. James was a dentist.
  • Dorothea Maude Staines and Dr James Egerton (Ege) Cary appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1936 living at Haly Street, Kingaroy. James was a dentist and Maude carried out home duties.
  • On 12 August 1938,Dorothea Maude Staines's daughter, Judith Cary was buried in Queensland. Judith's headstone is beside that of her Grandparents Samuel and Gertrude and reads:- " In Loving Memory of Judith Cary "sweetheart" aged 5 months " - daughter of James Cary and Maude Staines."
  • Dorothea Maude Staines and Dr James Egerton (Ege) Cary appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1943 living at Coorparoo. James was shown as a dentist and Maude carried out home duties.
  • In February 1948,her husband, Dr James Egerton (Ege) Cary died in Queensland.
  • Dorothea Maude Staines appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1949 living at Coorparoo.
  • Dorothea Maude Staines married Cyril Fryar Bennett circa 1953.
  • Dorothea Maude Staines and Cyril Fryar Bennett appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1954 living at Greenslopes. Cyril was a surveyor. Maudes son Ian, a medical student also lived at that address.
  • Dorothea Maude Staines appeared on the Electoral Roll between 1958 and 1980 living at Coorparoo. Her husband Cyril was not registered. Two of her children, both medical students were living with her.
  • In 1962,her husband, Cyril Fryar Bennett died in Queensland.

Children of Dorothea Maude Staines and Dr James Egerton (Ege) Cary

Eliza Mary Staines

F, b. March 1849, d. April 1853
  • Eliza Mary Staines was born in March 1849 in Withybrook.
  • She was the daughter of Timothy Staines and Elizabeth Lewis.
  • Her death was recorded with the Withybrook, Warwickshire, Registration District in the April 1853 Quarter.
  • Eliza was buried on 24 April 1853 in Withybrook.

Elizabeth Staines

F, b. 22 January 1815
  • Elizabeth Staines was baptized on 22 January 1815 in North Kilworth, Leicestershire, England.
  • She was the daughter of Thomas Staines and Sarah Davis.

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.
  • Elizabeth was buried on 31 October 1970 in Mt Thompson Crematorium.
  • Elizabeth 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.
  • Ellen 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.
  • Ethel 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.