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Edward Peter Heasman

Edward Peter Heasman

Barbara (View posts)
Posted: 1016740411000
Classification: Query
Can anyone help?

I am looking for any information on Edward Peter Heasman who was married to my grandmother Mabel Annie Heasman. In 1903 they lived in Bowling Alley in Aylesford, Kent and had a daughter Annie Margaret. I think by 1939 Edward had died but I have not been able to find any other information on him.
or when and where they were married.

Thanks

Re: Edward Peter Heasman

swanson.michael (View posts)
Posted: 1065495516000
Classification: Query
Surnames: HEASMAN
Did you find any more info about the Alyesford HEASMANs? Please share, they could be line. My HEASMANs came to the Quebec, Canada, and settled in the Ontario area, about 1869 or after.

Re: Edward Peter Heasman

Barbara (View posts)
Posted: 1065554757000
Classification: Query
Hi Michael

Sorry I have not be able to trace this person at all. I have spent much time visiting Aylesford and family the records centre but there does not appear to be any record of him. Although I have him named on my grandmothers death (she died in 1939)certficate as her late husband and that he was the father of my aunt named Annie. Does any of this ring a bell with you. They also lived in Penge SE20 which is South East London and they may have had connection with Newton Abbott near Torquay on the South Coast of England. I would be most interested if any this does ring any bells with you.
Regards Barbara

Re: Edward Peter Heasman

Posted: 1395574363000
Classification: Query
Surnames: Heasman, Trout, Sharpe, Simmons
Dear Barbara,
My name is Anthony Sharpe, My sister Denise Boyle asked me to find our great grandparents while here in London Edward Peter Heasman and Mabel Annie Heasmen are both my great Uncle and Aunt/ or great grandparents, my grandmother Annie Mabel Trout( Sharpe) Adelaide Australia , Robert Horace Heasman is the son ?/ husband of Annie White she is buried at the Beckenham Crematorium, Anerley road ( plot Y11. ) facing west with Annie Heasman, Robert is still the owner of the grave, he lives in Highfield terrace Leamington spa , England,
I am currently in Croydon, Surrey, I'm Australian Born, and live in New York, I would love to meet you. anyway s today im going to the grave sight to clean it up and add some flowers . it was very emotional when i first went there, as it was nice to have some connection and a belonging .
I do have the address of Robert , below is a picture of Mabel Annie Heasman .
my number is 07796535784 here in London, or reach me on morphographical@gmail.com Im on Face book Anthony Lugo Sharpe. todays date 23/03/2014
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Re: Edward Peter Heasman

Posted: 1395574532000
Classification: Query
Surnames: heasman sharpe trout
here last address in when she died in 1939 , was 16 everlina road penge se20
anthony sharpe

Re: Edward Peter Heasman

Posted: 1397329723000
Classification: Query
Mabel Heaseman was arguably one of the first casualties of the "Blitz", having been knocked down during the blackout by a No 75 bus in Parish Lane, on the border between Beckenham and Penge. If I read the newspaper report correctly, it was actually at 11.30pm on Friday 1st September, though the UK didn't declare war until 3rd. She died in Beckenham Hospital. Reported in the Beckenham Journal, 9-Sep-1939 p3.

Re: Edward Peter Heasman

Posted: 1479425839000
Classification: Query
Surnames: Heasman Upton
I believe this is my Father-in-laws sister. She was a witness at his wedding. The story of her being run over by a bus at the very start of the war and claim to fame for being the first victim of the blitz makes me think your Mabel is our Mabel too.

Re: Edward Peter Heasman

Posted: 1483130049000
Classification: Query
Edited: 1487971197000
Surnames: Heasman
Hi I am sure this is my Mabel Heasman I have since found out that her mother Ann Harriet re-married and became Ann Upton. She died in a workhouse infirmary in 1921. I would love to hear more from you. Do you know what happened to Edward Heasman he is one of my missing links. My mother said that Mabel Heasman who was run over by the tram in Penge was her mother. My mum had the same name and they all lived at 16 Evelina Road SE20. I would dearly love to hear from you.

Have recently found a lot more information on the Heasman's including Edward.
Have got a copy of the tram incident that killed my grandmother which makes sad but interesting reading. I have found a picture of my mum and Mabel at a wedding and I wonder if the people in that picture could be your father-in-law ?

Regards Barbara
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