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Photos courtesy Irene Priest
Andrew was born at Crich in about 1887. He married Sarah Elizabeth Greensmith in 1908 and worked in the limestone quarry. During the war he was wounded and lost an eye. He died in 1949 aged sixty-two.
Andrew Frank Heappey married Sarah Elizabeth Greensmith in Q4 of 1908, Belper Registration District.
The photographs show Andrew with family members (date unknown)
Derbyshire Courier, 15 June 1918
Crich, Lea & Holloway
Private Andrew Heappey, of Wheatsheaf Cottages, Crich, has been wounded in France. His wife had news from him to this effect last Saturday. Writing from a hospital in France, Private Heappey states that the wound is in his left hand, and he is now going on satisfactorily.
Medal Roll Index Card
He was awarded the British War and Victory Medals.
1901: Town End, Crich
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1918 Voters List
Andrew F Heappey, Town End, absent on military service.
1939 Register: Royal Oak Cottages, Crich
Andrew F Heappey b.3 April 1885; roadstone quarryman
Sarah E Heappey b.2 June 1881
Albert Heappey b.4 August 1915; general labourer lime works
Rebecca Hitchcock (Heappey) b.15 August 1921; Textile operative FWC
James W Heappey b.17 December 1923; general labourer lime works
Jane E Hollinsworth (Heappey) b.3 January 1926; school