Melva Dorothy Longbottom

(1903 - 1991)
FatherFrank Longbottom b. 8 Apr 1877, d. 2 Feb 1951
MotherMary Edith Haines b. 9 Jun 1879, d. 5 Apr 1970
ChartsJames Haines Descendants Chart
RelationshipNiece of Mabel Jane Haines

Spouse:Frank Pretoria Earle (26 May 1900 - 25 August 1980)
     Child:

Life Events

     Melva Dorothy Longbottom was born on 8 December 1903 in Jamestown, South Australia, daughter of Frank Longbottom and Mary Edith Haines.

On 9 October 1928, Melva, aged 24, married Frank Pretoria Earle, aged 28, son of George Earle and Frances Harriet Brumby, in Methodist Church in Iron Mine (Burra District), South Australia.1

She died on Sunday, 15 December 1991, aged 88 years and 7 days, in South Australia.2

Melva was buried in the Clare Cemetery, Clare, South Australia.3

Citations

  1. [S4] SA Marriage Registrations, SAGHS CD Marriage 1917-1937.
  2. [S15] Person named on headstone in headstone photograph.
  3. [S54] South Australian Councils Cemeteries Search, online http://www.pirie.sa.gov.au/site/page.cfm?u=130
  4. [S50] GenesReunited, online http://www.genesreunited.co.uk

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David George Longbottom

(1904 - 1960)
FatherFrank Longbottom b. 8 Apr 1877, d. 2 Feb 1951
MotherMary Edith Haines b. 9 Jun 1879, d. 5 Apr 1970
ChartsJames Haines Descendants Chart
RelationshipNephew of Mabel Jane Haines

Spouse:Audrey Agnes Maple (14 June 1910 - )
     Child:

Life Events

     David George Longbottom was born on 30 November 1904 in Jamestown, South Australia, son of Frank Longbottom and Mary Edith Haines.

He was a Methodist Minister.1

On 5 April 1932, David, aged 27, married Audrey Agnes Maple, aged 21, daughter of Horace Stephen Maple and Annie Caroline George, in Methodist Church in Brighton, South Australia.
From "The Chronicle" 21 April 1932
Longbottom — Maple

     The marriage was celebrated at the Brighton Methodist Church of the Rev. David George Longbottom, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Longbottom, of Brae-foot Estate, Kooringa, to Audrey Agnes Maple, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Maple, Edward Street, Brighton. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. G. K. Haslam. The bride, who was given away by her father, wore ivory satin with a beautiful embroidered tulle veil, which formed the train. She carried a sheaf of white gladioli. Misses Jean George, cousin of the bride, and Mary Longbottom, sister of the bride groom, were frocked in apple green crepe satin with large green felt picture hats edged with tulle, and had shoes to match. They carried sheafs in buttercup tonings of gladioli and dahlias. Little Patsie Davis looked charming in buttercup crepe satin, early Victorian style. She carried a basket of roses, and walked ahead of the bride strewing rose petals.
     The bridegroom was attended by his brother, Mr. E. Longbottom, and the bride's brother, Mr. M. Maple, as groomsman.
     When the register was being signed Miss M. Barnard, cousin of the bride, sang. As the bride was leaving the church a horseshoe was hung on her arm by her sister Ellison. The bride's mother was smartly gowned in black crepe satin, with hat to match, and carried a posy of red carnations. The bridegroom's mother chose navy marocain, with hat to tone. She carried a posy of autumn tints. The church was decorated by friends of the bride. The choir girls, dressed in white, formed a guard as the bride stepped from her car.
     After the ceremony intimate friends and relatives were entertained at the home of the bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs. D. Longbottom left by car for the honeymoon. The bride's travelling dress was a navy blue ensemble relieved with white, with hat and shoes, &c, to tone.2
From "The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser" Thursday 27 April 1950
Rev. & Mrs. D. G. Longbottom
Farewelled at Woodslde

     CIRCUIT FAREWELL

     At the rececent circuit farewell to the Rev and Mrs. D. G. Longbottom and daughter, Joan, the Woodside In stitute hall was packed to the doors. The ladies arranged beautiful floral decorations and the junior circuit steward, Mr. L. Polkinghorne, presided and welcomed the large number of friends present.

     The speakers, who all referred in glowing terms to the fine work done by the Longbottom family throughout the circuit, were Mr. W. T. Gale (for Woodside), Mr. T. Smee (Charleston) Mr. W. W. Millar (Balhannah), Mrs. Gooding (Balhannah Ladies' Guild), Mr. Rowley (Lenswood), Mrs. Rowley (Lenswood Ladies' Guild), Mr. G. Schwab (Murdock Hill), and Mr. H. B. Pitt on behalf of the circuit. The speeches were interspersed with musical items consisting of piano overture, Mrs. Gun and Miss Janet Newman (Charleston); vocal solos, Mr. Cliff Green and Miss Minyon Green ((Lenswood) and Mrs. C. Dohnt, and piano solo by Mrs. Textor (both of Woodside), and a bracket of three numbers by Woodside Ladies' Choir.

     The family were recipients of numerous lovely gifts and these included a wallet of notes to Rev. Longbottom from the circuit; a lounge room reading lamp (circuit) to the family; Mrs. Longbottom received from Lenswood Ladies' Guild, gift of china, from Charleston guild a travelling rug, Balhannah guild a book, Woodside guild and WAOM an occasional table, Woodside Girl Comrades light coffee laced supper cloth. Miss Joan Longbottom received from Girl Comrades a salad bowl and from the Sunday school sponge dish. All guests responded most feelingly, saying they had enjoyed their stay in Woodside and were very sorry to leave, having made many friendships. Mr. Polkinghorne moved a vote of thanks to artists and all other helpers and a delicious supper was served.1
He died on Saturday, 27 February 1960, aged 55 years, 2 months and 26 days, in Prospect, South Australia, He had been living in Manningham before becoming ill.3,4

Citations

  1. [S195] "Trove" Digititised Newspapers, online http://trove.nla.gov.au/
  2. [S4] SA Marriage Registrations, SAGHS CD Marriage 1917-1937.
  3. [S50] GenesReunited, online http://www.genesreunited.co.uk
  4. [S6] Death records, SAGHS CD Deaths 1916-1972.

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Frances Edith Longbottom

(1905 - 1988)
FatherFrank Longbottom b. 8 Apr 1877, d. 2 Feb 1951
MotherMary Edith Haines b. 9 Jun 1879, d. 5 Apr 1970
ChartsJames Haines Descendants Chart
RelationshipNiece of Mabel Jane Haines

Life Events

     Frances Edith Longbottom was born on 8 November 1905 in Jamestown, South Australia, daughter of Frank Longbottom and Mary Edith Haines.

On 12 November 1931, Frances, aged 26, married James McKeacknie Forsyth, son of William Forsyth, in St John Church in Iron Mine (Burra District), South Australia.1

She died on Saturday, 16 July 1988, aged 82 years, 8 months and 8 days, in Laura, South Australia.2

Frances was buried on 18 July 1988 in the general section, plot 0192 in the Laura Cemetery, Laura, South Australia.2

Citations

  1. [S4] SA Marriage Registrations, SAGHS CD Marriage 1917-1937.
  2. [S54] South Australian Councils Cemeteries Search, online http://www.pirie.sa.gov.au/site/page.cfm?u=130

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Mary Haines

(1835 - 1917)
FatherJames Haines b. 12 Mar 1814, d. 13 Jun 1866
MotherHannah Flower b. 2 Oct 1814, d. 30 Aug 1890
ChartsJames Haines Descendants Chart
RelationshipAunt of Mabel Jane Haines

Spouse:Thomas Rackham Cannell (20 June 1830 - 29 October 1897)
     Children:

Mary Cannell nee Haines

Life Events

     Mary Haines was born in 1835 in Wiltshire, England, daughter of James Haines and Hannah Flower.

She was christened on 20 December 1835 in Poulshot, Wiltshire, England.

She appeared on the census on 6 June 1841, in the household of James Haines in Green, Poulshot, Wiltshire, England.1

Mary Haines accompanied her parents James Haines and Hannah Flower on their Emigration from Plymouth, Devon, England, to South Australia on 26 December 18492 and she arrived in Port Adelaide, South Australia, on 30 March 1850.3

On 16 September 1856 Mary, aged 20, married Thomas Rackham Cannell, aged 26, son of Edward Gurney Cannell and Phoebe Larner, in Wesleyan Chapel, Steventon, South Australia. The officiating minister was the Reverend Nathaniel Bennett and the witnesses were Rob Carter, clerk of Steventon and Maria Gilles of Adelaide.4,5

She died on Monday, 29 October 1917, aged 81 years, 10 months and 9 days, in Nhill, Victoria, Australia.

Mary was buried in the Nhill Cemetery, Nhill, Victoria, Australia.6

Citations

  1. [S92] 1841 UK Census.
  2. [S14] List of Ships, online http://members.iinet.net.au/~perthdps/shipping/…
  3. [S35] Family History South Australia, online http://www.familyhistorysa.info/shipping/…
  4. [S3] Marriage Registrations, South Australian Marriages 1842-1916.
  5. [S49] Marriage Certificate sighted and verified, spouses as recorded above, marriage date verified as recorded.
  6. [S15] Person named on headstone in headstone photograph.
  7. [S1] Birth Registrations, SA Births 1842-1906.

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Sarah Haines

(a 1839 - 1877)
FatherJames Haines b. 12 Mar 1814, d. 13 Jun 1866
MotherHannah Flower b. 2 Oct 1814, d. 30 Aug 1890
ChartsJames Haines Descendants Chart
RelationshipAunt of Mabel Jane Haines

Spouse:William Trethowan Tregeagle (about 1834 - 18 June 1905)
     Children:

Life Events

     She was christened about 1839 in Devizes, Wiltshire, England.1

Sarah Haines accompanied her parents James Haines and Hannah Flower on their Emigration from Plymouth, Devon, England, to South Australia on 26 December 18492 and she arrived in Port Adelaide, South Australia, on 30 March 1850.3

On 8 May 1855, Sarah, married William Trethowan Tregeagle, in res of William Haines in Tea Tree Gully, South Australia.4

Sarah died on Wednesday, 21 November 1877, in Tea Tree Gully, South Australia, from inflamation of ? (indecipherable).5,6

Citations

  1. [S9] IGI, online http://www.familysearch.org
  2. [S14] List of Ships, online http://members.iinet.net.au/~perthdps/shipping/…
  3. [S35] Family History South Australia, online http://www.familyhistorysa.info/shipping/…
  4. [S3] Marriage Registrations, South Australian Marriages 1842-1916.
  5. [S5] SA Death Registrations, SAGHS CD Deaths 1842-1915.
  6. [S71] Death Certificate Sighted and verified by Daryl Edmonds.
  7. [S1] Birth Registrations, SA Births 1842-1906.

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Henry Haines

(1839 - 1905)
FatherJames Haines b. 12 Mar 1814, d. 13 Jun 1866
MotherHannah Flower b. 2 Oct 1814, d. 30 Aug 1890
ChartsJames Haines Descendants Chart
RelationshipUncle of Mabel Jane Haines

Spouse:Kezia Elizabeth Flavel (6 September 1840 - 11 August 1901)
     Children:

Henry Haines 1839 - 1905
photo courtesy Lauren Riggs

Life Events

     Henry Haines was born on 27 October 1839 in Devizes, Wiltshire, England, son of James Haines and Hannah Flower.

He appeared on the census on 6 June 1841, in the household of James Haines in Green, Poulshot, Wiltshire, England.1

Henry Haines accompanied his parents James Haines and Hannah Flower on their Emigration from Plymouth, Devon, England, to South Australia on 26 December 18492 and he arrived in Port Adelaide, South Australia, on 30 March 1850.3

On 8 March 1858, Henry, aged 18, married Kezia Elizabeth Flavel, aged 17, daughter of John Flavel and Sarah Cox, in Wesleyan Chapel in North Adelaide, South Australia. The officiating minister was T. Jasper Smyth. The witnesses were Fanny Lord, of Mitcham and George Bawden, farmer, of Kapunda.4

He died on Wednesday, 1 November 1905, aged 66 years and 5 days, in Gerang Gerung, Victoria, Australia.

Citations

  1. [S92] 1841 UK Census.
  2. [S14] List of Ships, online http://members.iinet.net.au/~perthdps/shipping/…
  3. [S35] Family History South Australia, online http://www.familyhistorysa.info/shipping/…
  4. [S49] Marriage Certificate sighted and verified, spouses as recorded above, marriage date verified as recorded.

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Ruth Haines

(1842 - 1910)
FatherJames Haines b. 12 Mar 1814, d. 13 Jun 1866
MotherHannah Flower b. 2 Oct 1814, d. 30 Aug 1890
ChartsJames Haines Descendants Chart
RelationshipAunt of Mabel Jane Haines

Spouse:William Richard Staker (18 August 1840 - 26 June 1917)
     Children:

Life Events

     Ruth Haines was born in 1841 in Devizes, Wiltshire, England, daughter of James Haines and Hannah Flower.1

She was christened on 13 February 1842 in Poulshot, Wiltshire, England.

Ruth Haines accompanied her parents James Haines and Hannah Flower on their Emigration from Plymouth, Devon, England, to South Australia on 26 December 18492 and she arrived in Port Adelaide, South Australia, on 30 March 1850.3

On 1 January 1861, Ruth, aged 18, married William Richard Staker, aged 20, son of Francis Staker and Harriet Page, in the residence of Francis Staker in Mount Allen, South Australia. The witnesses were Eliza Maria Staker and Francis Staker (made his X mark)
Extract from "Register" Personal Notices:

STAKER - HAINES - On the 1st. January, at the residence of the bridegrooms father, by the Reverend W. Oldham, Mr William Richard Staker, second son of Mr. Francis Staker, Spring Farm, Allen's Creek, to Ruth, third daughter of Mr. James Haines, Allen's Creek.4

On 24 March 1905 she, Ruth was granted a separation from her husband. He did not appear at the hearing in the Police Courts, Adelaide, South Australia.5

Ruth died on Monday, 16 May 1910, aged 68 years, 3 months and 3 days, at home in Tarragon Street, West Adelaide, South Australia, of Heart Disease.6,7

Citations

  1. [S9] IGI, online http://www.familysearch.org
  2. [S14] List of Ships, online http://members.iinet.net.au/~perthdps/shipping/…
  3. [S35] Family History South Australia, online http://www.familyhistorysa.info/shipping/…
  4. [S22] Unknown author Register Personal Notes 2, Page 115
    STAKER - HAINES - On the 1st. January, at the residence of the bridegrooms father, by the Rev. W. Oldham, Mr William Richard Staker, second son of Mr. Francis Staker, Spring Farm, Allen's Creek, to Ruth, third daughter of Mr. James Haines, Allen's Creek.
  5. [S195] "Trove" Digititised Newspapers, online http://trove.nla.gov.au/
  6. [S71] Death Certificate Sighted and verified by Daryl Edmonds.
  7. [S5] SA Death Registrations, SAGHS CD Deaths 1842-1915.
  8. [S1] Birth Registrations, SA Births 1842-1906.

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Elizabeth Haines

(1846 - 1850)
FatherJames Haines b. 12 Mar 1814, d. 13 Jun 1866
MotherHannah Flower b. 2 Oct 1814, d. 30 Aug 1890
ChartsJames Haines Descendants Chart
RelationshipAunt of Mabel Jane Haines

Life Events

     She was christened on 21 June 1846 in Poulshot, Wiltshire, England.

Elizabeth Haines accompanied her parents James Haines and Hannah Flower on their Emigration from Plymouth, Devon, England, to South Australia on 26 December 1849.1

She died on Tuesday, 19 February 1850, aged 3 years, 7 months and 29 days, at sea, on the "Trafalgar" and was buried at sea.

Citations

  1. [S14] List of Ships, online http://members.iinet.net.au/~perthdps/shipping/…

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Catherine Haines

(1849 - a 1849)
FatherJames Haines b. 12 Mar 1814, d. 13 Jun 1866
MotherHannah Flower b. 2 Oct 1814, d. 30 Aug 1890
ChartsJames Haines Descendants Chart
RelationshipAunt of Mabel Jane Haines

Life Events

     Catherine Haines was born in June 1849 in Devizes, Wiltshire, England, daughter of James Haines and Hannah Flower.1

She died after June 1849, in Wiltshire, England.1

Citations

  1. [S18] Free BMD, online http://freebmd.rootsweb.com/

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James Haines

(1851 - 1927)
FatherJames Haines b. 12 Mar 1814, d. 13 Jun 1866
MotherHannah Flower b. 2 Oct 1814, d. 30 Aug 1890
ChartsJames Haines Descendants Chart
RelationshipUncle of Mabel Jane Haines

Spouse:Mary Jane Cole (27 December 1850 - about October 1879)
     Children:

Spouse:Annie Jane Keenihan (about 1860 - 11 June 1915)
     Children:

Haines, James

Life Events

     James Haines was born on 9 August 1851, son of James Haines and Hannah Flower.

On 6 March 1873, James, aged 21, married Mary Jane Cole, aged 22, daughter of John Cole, in Wesleyan Church in Allens Creek, South Australia.1

He was a farmer on his first marriage certificate.2

On 29 July 1879 he purchased land under the South Australian scheme known as the "Strangeways Act", where settlers could purchase land on credit, with 20% deposit and the balance payable at the end of 4 years.

He bought Section 143 Hundred of Bundey, County Burra, an area of 313 acres at a cost of £313.3

On 17 November 1880, James, aged 29, married Annie Jane Keenihan, daughter of Martin Keenihan, in Kapunda, South Australia. The officiating minister was James Maher and the witnesses were Robert & Madge Moore.2 James Haines registered the death of Robert Moore on 21 February 1897 in Mundoora, South Australia, named as brother-in-law.4,5

He died on Wednesday, 12 January 1927, aged 75 years, 5 months and 3 days, in Clarence Park, South Australia, from heat exhaustion and heart failure. His occupation was stated as "Carpenter."5

James was buried on 15 January 1927 in the West Terrace Cemetery, Adelaide, South Australia, in Road 4, path 19, W, site 7.6

Citations

  1. [S3] Marriage Registrations, South Australian Marriages 1842-1916.
  2. [S49] Marriage Certificate sighted and verified, spouses as recorded above, marriage date verified as recorded.
  3. [S86] South Australian Land Purchases by Credit Selection, online http://www.ach.familyhistorysa.info/landselectors.html
  4. [S5] SA Death Registrations, SAGHS CD Deaths 1842-1915.
  5. [S71] Death Certificate Sighted and verified by Daryl Edmonds.
  6. [S44] Adelaide Cemeteries Authority, online http://www.aca.sa.gov.au/RecordsSearch.aspx

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