See also

Family of Harold HEAL and Marjorie-Emerson SMITH

Husband: Harold HEAL (1876-1949)
Wife: Marjorie-Emerson SMITH ( -1975)
Marriage 24 May 1922 Marylebone Registry Office

Husband: Harold HEAL

Name: Harold HEAL1
Sex: Male
Father: Ambrose HEAL (1847-1913)
Mother: Emily Maria STEPHENSON (1849-aft1931)
Birth 25 Sep 1876 Crouch End, Middx
Occupation Bed manufacturer
Death 9 May 1949 (age 72) Darwell Hill, Netherfield, Battle2,3

Wife: Marjorie-Emerson SMITH

Name: Marjorie-Emerson SMITH1
Sex: Female
Father: Henry Bartlett SMITH ( -1915)
Mother: Eleanor LANGFORD ( - )
Birth
Death 19752

Note on Marriage

I think this has a chapter on Uncle Harold's house4

Note on Husband: Harold HEAL (1)

He lived at Darwell Hill, Netherfield, Sussex. Received royal warrant of appointment of wire mattress and bedstead manufacturer to HM The King in January 1923. Head of Staples & Co., Ltd.

 

bh: I have an fairly unreadable photocopy of his will. Mark and I both benefited by £6000+1585.45 = £7585 each.

 

David Heal: liked everything blue, including his 2-seater Rolls Royce. Once his wife brought home a green dress, so he threw it on the fire.

Note on Husband: Harold HEAL (2)

started staples

lived Darwell Hill, Netherfield, Sussex

Received royal warrant of appointment of wire matteress and bedstead manufacturer to H.M. The King Jan 1923.

left money for males of Benedict's generation. This finally ended up as £6000!

Wanted everything blue, including his Rolls Royce. David Heal has a story about his wife returning from having bought a green dress, and he threw it on the fire!

 

He lived at Darwell Hill, Netherfield, Sussex. Received royal warrant of appointment of wire mattress and bedstead manufacturer to HM The King in January 1923. Head of Staples & Co., Ltd.5

Note on Husband: Harold HEAL (3)

owned a Lagonda, and also specially built Rolls Royce, auctioned by Bonhams 2004?

Note on Wife: Marjorie-Emerson SMITH

Valerie Grove: The youngest of the sisters, Marjoiei, known as Daisy, was the cleverest: she got a scholarship in 1914 to Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford.

 

paid for JonMortimer honeymoon

owned 2 hunnting dogs, Bruce & Major

Sources

1Ambrose Heal & Edith Heal, with Charles A. Bernau, "The Records of the Heal Family" (Privately Printed & Published (75 copies only), 1932).
2Oliver Standerwick Heal, "Information provided by Oliver Heal" (Prepared 1986).
3C B Heal (mostly), "Notes & Inserts in Carlton B Heal's copy of "The Records of the Heal Family"". p 48.
4"Three Winters, John Mortimer".
5"File (merged): C:\docs\bh\familyhistory\heal26-1jun04.ged".