Miss Ellen Mary HAINES (1834–1914)
Her sister Miss Caroline Susan HAINES (1836–1907)
Their niece Miss Ellen Pillinger HAINES (1860–1935)
St Giles’s section: Row 51, Grave J29
CAROLINE SUSAN HAINES
WHO FELL ASLEEP
APRIL 13TH 1907 AGED 70
ELLEN MARY HAINES
WHO FELL ASLEEP JULY 2, 1914
IN HER 81ST YEAR
“HE GIVETH HIS BELOVED SLEEP”
AND OF THIER NEICE [sic]
ELLEN PILLINGER HAINES
WHO DIED FEB. 28TH 1935
IN HER 75TH YEAR
Ellen Pillinger Haines was born in Reading in 1860, the daughter of John Haines junior and Ellen Pillinger. For more about her parents and siblings, see separate grave.
Her mother died in November 1863 when Ellen junior was just three years old, and her father was married again the following year to Mrs Sarah Blake.
He father died on 11 June 1881.
At the time of the 1891 census Ellen (30) was living at 18 Banbury Road with her father’s three unmarried siblings Miss Ellen Mary Haines (57) and Miss Caroline Susan Haines (54), and Frederick Cooper Haines (59), a retired solicitor’s clerk: they had one servant.
Ellen’s last surviving sibling, William Haines, died in 1901, and her uncle Frederick Haines died in 1903. Caroline continued to live with her two maiden aunts at 18 Banbury Road.
Her aunt Caroline died in 1907:
† Miss Susan Caroline Haines died at 18 Banbury Road at the age of 70 on 13 April 1907 and was buried at St Sepulchre’s Cemetery on 17 April (burial recorded in the parish register of St Giles’s Church).
Her effects came to £209 1s., and her sister Ellen was her executor.
At the time of the 1911 census Ellen Pillinger Haines (50) was living at 18 Banbury Road with her surviving aunt Ellen Mary Haines (77) and one servant.
Her aunt Ellen died in 1914:
† Miss Ellen Mary Haines died at 18 Banbury Road at the age of 80 on 2 July 1914 and was buried at St Sepulchre’s Cemetery on 4 July (burial recorded in the parish register of St Giles’s Church).
Her effects came to £825, and probate was granted to her niece Ellen Pillinger Haines.
Ellen remained in her aunts’ house, but had moved to 109 Woodstock Road (the home of Frank John Robertshaw Harris, the first husband of Anne Harris) by the time of her death in 1935:
† Miss Ellen Pillinger Haines died at the Norham Gardens Nursing Home at the age of 74 on 28 February 1935 and was buried at St Sepulchre’s Cemetery on 2 March (burial recorded in the parish register of St Giles’s Church).
Her effects came to £753 8s. 2d., and administration was granted to Mrs Minnie Amanda Robertshaw Harris, the second wife of Frank Robertshaw Harris.