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John Thomas Hey

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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]

1943 'Shipley Golden Wedding. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Hey. Oakdene, Avondale Grove, Shipley, celebrated their golden wedding on Monday. They were married at Keighley Baptist Church on August 30. 1893. Both are natives of Keighley and came to reside in Shipley 51 years ago. In 1892 Mr. Hey Joined partnership with Mr. Prank ReddllMagb. trading as Reddibough and Hey, wholesale Ironmongers. Commerciall Street. Shipley. The partnership was dissolved in 1905, when Mr. Hey commenced business on his own account at Crown Works, Saltalre Road, Shipley, and he is also a principal of the Shipley Metal Working Company. Mr. and Mrs. Hey are ardent supporters and members of the Saltaire Methodist Church, of which Mr. Hey is a trustee. They have had one son, who paid the Supreme Sacrifice during the last war.[2]

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  1. 1911 Census
  2. Shipley Times and Express - Wednesday 01 September 1943