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William Edwin Heys

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William Edwin Heys (1841-1924) of David Moseley and Sons

1891 Living at 53 Shakespeare Street, Chorlton: William E. Heys (age 49 born St Austell, Cornwall), Consulting Engineer and Patent Agent - Employer. With his wife Mary Heys (age 46 born Chelsea) and their six children; William G. Heys (age 24 born Peckham, Surrey), Consulting Engineer's Assistant; Adah P. Heys (age 23 born Peckham, Surrey); Rosa B. Heys (age 18 born Manchester); Lilian G. Heys (age 14 born Manchester); Florence M. Heys (age 18 born Manchester); and Frank A. Heys (age 8 born Manchester). One servant.[1]

1924 October 12th. Died.Probate to his widow Rose Blyth Heys.

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  1. 1891 Census