Stanley Glenore Sheens1
M, #334, b. 3 August 1892, d. 11 August 1935
|Father||John Charles Sheens2 b. 24 May 1867, d. 31 Oct 1940|
|Mother||Charlotte Handley2 b. 1869, d. 8 Aug 1956|
|Relationship||2nd cousin 2 times removed of Timothy George Sheens|
|Last Edited||25 Mar 2015|
|Birth*||3 August 1892||Windsor, NSW;|
SHEENS.-August3rd, the wife of J. Sheens of a son.2,3
|Marriage*||20 January 1917||Rooty Hill, NSW;|
Groom: Stanley George Sheens
Place of Birth: Windsor
Occupation: Railway Employee
Usual Residence: Windsor
Father: John Charles Sheens
Mother: Not stated
Bride: Mary Wedesweiler
Place of Birth: Rooty Hill
Occupation: Domestic Duties
Usual Residence: Rooty Hill
Father: John Joseph Wedesweiler
Mother: Not stated
Date of Marriage: 20 Jan 1917
Place of Marriage: St Aidan's Church, Rooty Hill
Religion: Roman Catholic
Witnesses: Eric Sheens, Vera Taylor
Minister: John Muirhead;Bride=Mary Maria Wedesweiler4
|Article*||24 February 1917||"The Nepean Times", Penrith, NSW;|
St. Adien's Roman Catholic Church, Rooty Hill, was the scene of a pretty wedding on January 20th, when Mary, youngest daughter of Mr J J Wedesweiler, of Rooty Hill, was married to Stanley Glenore, eldest son of Mr and Mrs J Sheens, of Newtown, Windsor. The ceremony was performed by the Rev Father Muirhead. The bride, who was given away by her father, was daintily gowned in white chepe- de-chene, trimmed with pearls and sprays of orange blossom, the train, falling from the waist, was prettily trimmed with, a true-lover's knot, white satin horse shoe and orange cap fashion, with a wreath of orange blossom and tulle bow. She carried a bouquet of white roses and cactus dahlias, and wore a gold circle brooch set with pearls, the gifts of the bridegroom. The bridesmaids, Miss Vera Layton (cousin of the bride) and Miss Kathleen Collins, wore dainty frocks of white chiffon organdi, trimmend with malines lace and insertion; and wore hats of pale pink acrophane, with large silk rose and touches of black velvet; both carried a bouquet of pink roses and cactus dahlias, and wore gold circle brooches, set with rubies and pearls; the gifts of the bridegroom. Mr Eric Sheens (brother of the bridegroom) attended as best man, and Mr P Hetherton, of Sydney, as groomsman. After the ceremony, about 50 guests were entertained in Rooty Hill School of Arts. Later in the evening Mr and Mrs Sheens left for the North, where the honeymoon was spent, the bride travelling in a Fugi silk coat and skirt, with pale pink hat trimmed with touches of black.;Principal=Mary Maria Wedesweiler5
|Birth of Son||16 November 1917||Nurse Howlett's Private Hospital, Macquarie Street, Parramatta, NSW;|
Name: Eric John Sheens
Sex of Child: Male
Date of Birth: 16th November 1917
Place of Birth: Nurse Howletts Private Hospital, Macquarie Street, Parramatta
Father: Stanley Glenore Sheens
Occupation: Railway Porter
Birthplace: Windsor N.S.Wales
Date of Marriage: 20th January 1917
Place of Marriage: Rooty Hill, N.S.Wales
Mother: Mary Wedesweiler
Birthplace: Rooty Hill, N.S.Wales
Informant: Mary Sheens, mother, St Heliers, Parramatta; Witness: Susan Howlett
Witnesses: Dr Kearney, Nurse Howlett;Principal=Eric John Sheens6
|Birth of Son||9 June 1919||NSW;Principal=Glenore Joseph Sheens7|
|Birth of Son||17 July 1921||Rooty Hill, NSW;Principal=Ronald Keith Sheens7|
|Birth of Son||25 February 1923||Rooty Hill, NSW;Principal=Stanley Gordon Sheens8|
;Principal=Mary Maria Wedesweiler9
|Death*||11 August 1935||St Joseph's Hospital, Auburn, NSW;|
SHEENS.-August 11, 1935, at St Joseph's Hospital, Auburn, Stanley Glenore, beloved husband of Mary Sheens loving father of Eric, Glenore, Ronald, and Gordon, aged 43 years (late of Rooty Hill).1
|Headstone*||Rookwood Catholic Cemetery, Rookwood, NSW;|
;Principal=Mary Maria Wedesweiler10
|Mary Maria Wedesweiler b. 1 Apr 1894, d. 3 May 1963|
- [S154] Australian Newspapers, trove.nla.gov.au, The Sydney Morning Herald, Monday 12 August 1935.
- [S13] NSW Birth Index, 38709/1892 Stanley G Sheens.
- [S343] Windsor and Richmond Gazette.
- [S115] Microfilm Marriage, St Nicholas of Myra Penrith, 1839-1941.
- [S247] The Nepean Times.
- [S111] NSW Birth Certificate, Eric John Sheens 1917.
- [S36] Maria Quigley Sheens - Our Family Tree.
- [S114] Microfilm Baptism, St Nicholas of Myra Penrith, 1839-1941.
- [S389] Maria Quigley photographs.
- [S184] Tim Sheens photographs.