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John Thomas Hey (1863-1947) of [[Riddiough and Hey]] and [[Shipley Metal Working Co]]
  
1911 Living at 9 Avondale Grove, Shipley: [[John Thos Hey]] (age 47 born Denholme, Yorks), Ironmonger Dealer - Employer. With his wife Ann Elizabeth Hey (age 48 born Keighley) and their two sons Charles Newell Hey (age 16 born Shipley) and Norman Hey (age 14 born Shipley).<ref>1911 Census</ref>
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1911 Living at 9 Avondale Grove, Shipley: [[John Thomas Hey]] (age 47 born Denholme, Yorks), Ironmonger Dealer - Employer. With his wife Ann Elizabeth Hey (age 48 born Keighley) and their two sons Charles Newell Hey (age 16 born Shipley) and Norman Hey (age 14 born Shipley).<ref>1911 Census</ref>
  
 
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John Thomas Hey (1863-1947) of Riddiough and Hey and Shipley Metal Working Co

1911 Living at 9 Avondale Grove, Shipley: John Thomas Hey (age 47 born Denholme, Yorks), Ironmonger Dealer - Employer. With his wife Ann Elizabeth Hey (age 48 born Keighley) and their two sons Charles Newell Hey (age 16 born Shipley) and Norman Hey (age 14 born Shipley).[1]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1911 Census