Robert Heatherly

(6 December 1680 - )
     Robert Heatherly was christened on 6 December 1680 in St Botolph Bishopsgate, London. Robert, son of Edward & Faith Hetherly. He may be the Robert Hetherly aged 2, buried on 28 July 1681 at St Botolph, Bishopsgate.
. He was the son of Edward Heatherly and Faith Unknown (Heatherley).
He may be the Robert Heatherly, taylor, who married at the Fleet, Mary Worth on 1 May 1721, both of the parish of Bartholomew, Magdalen.

Robert Heatherly

Child of Robert Heatherly

Robert Heatherly

(7 April 1657 - )
     Robert Heatherly was born on 7 April 1657 in Southwark, Surrey. He was the son of Robert Heatherly. Robert Heatherly was christened on 13 April 1657 in St Olave, Southwark, Surrey.

Robert Heatherly

( - 28 April 1798)
     Robert was buried on 28 April 1798 in St Dunstan & All Saints, Stepney, Middlesex, England. Robert Heatherly, of Bethnal Green.

Robert Heatherly

(before 1700 - )
     Robert Heatherly was born before 1700.
Robert Heatherly married Mary Worth on 1 May 1721 in the Fleet, London, Middlesex. Robert Heatherly, St Bartholomew's parish, Mag tayler & Mary Worth, ditto.
He may be the brother of John Heatherley/Heatherly, tailor of St Botolph without Aldersgate, whose will was proved 10 Oct 1719.

Robert Heatherly

(11 March 1769 - )
     Robert Heatherly was born on 11 March 1769 in Witham, Essex. He was the son of John Heatherly and Ann (?). Robert Heatherly was christened on 28 March 1769 in St Nicholas, Witham, Essex.

Samuel Heatherly

     Samuel Heatherly married Elizabeth Brown? on 21 December 1729 in the Fleet, London. Samuel Heatherly of All Hallows the Great and Eliz Brown/Brian?? of the same, spinster..

Samuel Heatherly

     Samuel Heatherly married Faith Unknown.

Child of Samuel Heatherly and Faith Unknown

Samuel Heatherly

     Samuel Heatherly married Catherine Unknown (Chetam) on 18 February 1712/13 in London.

Sarah Heatherly

(9 February 1672/73 - 27 April 1673)
     Sarah Heatherly was christened on 9 February 1672/73 in Christ Church, Newgate St, (Greyfriars), London. She was the daughter of William Heatherly and Elizabeth Unknown (Heatherley).
     Sarah was buried on 27 April 1673 in London.

Sarah Heatherly

(17 December 1758 - )
     Sarah Heatherly was born on 17 December 1758 in St Mary, Rotherhithe, Surrey. She was the daughter of John Heatherly.

Rev Seawell Heatherly

(before May 1699 - 5 February 1762)
     A picture of Rev Seawell Heatherly Sale catalogue by Tayler & Fletcher
Lot 337 - A grained framed half length 19th Century Oil on Canvas Portrait study of a Reverend with white
A grained framed half length 19th Century Oil on Canvas Portrait study of a Reverend with white powdered wig and prayer book etc., provenance and information as supplied by the family vendors, Doctor Heatherly (thought to be Reverend Seawell Heatherly 1698-1762), pupil and master of Christ's Hospital School, Grandfather of Hester Heatherly 1760-1834 who married Peter Steele, Doctor of Witham, Essex on 2nd November 1780, 73cm x 62cm. Powered by Translate *. Rev Seawell Heatherly was also known as Heatherley in records. He was born before May 1699 in London. He was the son of William Heatherly.
     Seawell matriculated at Pembroke College, Cambridge University, from 1718 to 1722. He was admitted sizar (aged 19) at Pembroke on 13 May 1718. Son of William, of London, citizen and carpenter. He matriculated in 1717, Grecian, from Christ's Hospital. He gained a BA in 1721/2 and MA in 1725. He was one of the firs Moses' exhibitioners from Christ's Hospital, returned to his old school as headmaster [His name was spelled Heatherly]. Seawell was ordained a deacon at Norwich, Norfolk, in February 1721/22. Seawell was a teacher from 1725 to 1753, at Christ's Hospital School, London. He was appointed an Under master at Christ's Hospital (Blue Coat School) in 1725, Upper Grammar Master in 1737, becoming the Headmaster from 1738-1753. He was a student and exhibitioner there in 1718 and was described as Head Master in 1738. He was described as Rev. Sewell Heatherley, M.A..
     Seawell was registered as Seawelll Heatherley at Pembroke Hall, Cambridge University, on the August 1727 electoral roll.
Rev Seawell Heatherly married Hester or Esther Beesly circa 17 October 1727 in London.
He officiated at many marriages at Christ Church (Greyfriars) between 1733 and 1750 using both Heatherly and Heatherley. Rev Seawell Heatherly was widowed on 25 February 1737/38 in Christ Church, Newgate St, (Greyfriars), London, on the death of his wife Hester or Esther Beesly.
Rev Seawell Heatherly married secondly Elizabeth Unknown (Compton) on 20 July 1746 in St Katherine by the Tower, London. Seawell Heatherly, widower to Elizabeth Compton, widow, licence; licence signed Seawell Heatherly, the bond was £600.
The Monthly chronologer, or London magazine, or, Gentleman's monthly intelligencer 22 (Jul 1753) p. 337 reported: Tuesday 12: Was held a general court of the governors of Christ's Hospital, for the election of an upper master of the Grammar School, in the room of Rev Mr Heatherly, preferred to the vicarage of Clavering cum Langley in the county of Essex; when the Rev Mr Townley, of the masters of the Merchant-Taylors school, was chosen by a great majority. Seawell was vicar at Clavering, Essex, between 11 July 1753 and 7 April 1762. His name on the honour board in the church is spelled Seawell Heatherley. He was succeeded by James Penn in 1763.
     Seawell died on 5 February 1762 in Clavering, Essex. Deaths: The Rev Mr Heatherly, late grammar-master of Christ's Hospital, at Clavering in Essex. He was buried on 9 February 1762 in St Mary & St Clement, Clavering.
     The administration of his estate was granted in March 1762 at the Prerogative Court of Canterbury.

Children of Rev Seawell Heatherly and Hester or Esther Beesly

Seawell John Heatherly

(21 November 1762 - )
     Seawell John Heatherly was born on 21 November 1762 in Witham, Essex. He was the son of John Heatherly. Seawell John Heatherly was christened on 16 December 1762 in St Nicholas, Witham, Essex. Seawell John, son of John & Ann Heatherly.

Susan Heatherly

(25 March 1735 - before 1741)
     Susan Heatherly was christened on 25 March 1735 in Christ Church, Newgate St, (Greyfriars), London. She was the daughter of Rev Seawell Heatherly and Hester or Esther Beesly.
     Susan died before 1741. She is not listed with the other children as a subscriber to the History of St Pauls. She may be the Susannah Heatherly buried 9 May 1735 at Christ Church, Newgate Street..

Unkown Heatherly

Children of Unkown Heatherly

William Heatherly

(31 August 1728 - 22 September 1733)
     William Heatherly was born on 31 August 1728 in Christ Church, Newgate St, (Greyfriars), London. He was the son of Rev Seawell Heatherly and Hester or Esther Beesly. William Heatherly was christened on 20 September 1728 in Christ Church, Newgate St, (Greyfriars).
     William was buried on 22 September 1733 in London.

William Heatherly

(circa 1640? - 1733?)
     William Heatherly was also known as Heatherley in records. He was born circa 1640?. He was the son of Patriarch Heatherly.
     William Heatherly was employed was a cook.
William Heatherly married Elizabeth Unknown (Heatherley).
William Heatherly married secondly Mary Hayward on 26 December 1682 in St James, Duke Place, Aldgate, London. He was a widower and she a spinster, Thomas Hayward was witness?
     William died in 1733?. A William Heatherly was buried in 1733 at Christ Church, Newgate St, London according to Boyd's London burials..

Children of William Heatherly and Elizabeth Unknown (Heatherley)

William Heatherly

(11 January 1674/75 - )
     William Heatherly was christened on 11 January 1674/75 in Christ Church, Newgate St, (Greyfriars), London. 'Our's could be the son of either Edward or William, but the naming pattern suggests William & Elizabeth, rather than Edward & Faith. He was the son of William Heatherly and Elizabeth Unknown (Heatherley). [CR:]William Heatherly was listed as a Freeman of the city of London on 3 September 1723. He was described as citizen and carpenter of London when his son was admitted to University. The only surviving record which may be him is: William Hatherley, son of William Hatherly, citizen and joyner of London, when he was apprenticed to Joseph Wormell, citizen and joyner, 3 Sep 1723. It was also dated 5 July 1726 - admission?, but he seems too old.
However in 1738 the 3 sons (John, Joseph & Richard) of William Hetherley, citizen and plasterer of London, were admitted as freeman as legitimate childeb born after their father's admission to the guild, 26 July 1700.

Child of William Heatherly

William Heatherly

(12 August 1781 - )
     William Heatherly was born on 12 August 1781 in Cock Alley, Shoreditch, London. He was the son of Richard Heatherly and Jane Collins. William Heatherly was christened on 9 September 1781 in St Leonard, Shoreditch, London.

William Heatherly

     William Heatherly married Jane Unknown before 1818.

Child of William Heatherly and Jane Unknown

William Heatherly

(25 August 1672 - )
     William Heatherly was christened on 25 August 1672 in St Giles Without Cripplegate, London. He was the son of Godfrey Heatherly and Elizabeth Unknown.

William Heatherly

(8 April 1722 - )
     William Heatherly was christened on 8 April 1722 in St Bride Fleet St, London. He was the son of Richard Heatherly and Mary Unknown.

William Heatherly

     William Heatherly was the son of Unkown Heatherly.

William Heatherly

(circa 1683 - 2 November 1689)
     William Heatherly was born circa 1683. He was the son of Samuel Heatherly and Faith Unknown.
     William died on 2 November 1689. A survey of the cities of London and Westminster, borough of Southwark, and ... By John Stow, John Mottle.. reported William Heatherly, son of Samuel and Faith Heatherly dyed Nov 2 1689. Aged 6 years, adn 10 months.

William Heatherly

     William Heatherly married Susan Millman after 18 November 1827 in St Martin in the Fields, Westminster, London. Banns were read on Nov 4, 11 & 18th.

William Richard Heatherly

(December 1779 - )
     William Richard Heatherly was christened in December 1779 in St Botolph Aldgate, London. He was the son of Richard Heatherly and Jane Collins.
William Richard Heatherly was apprenticed on 12 September 1794 in London. Heatherley William, son of Richard, Petticoat Lane, St Botolph Aldgate, Middlesex, shoemaker, to John Harrington, 12 Sep 1794, Innholders' Company.
William Richard Heatherly married Mary Williams on 27 July 1806 in St Leonards, Shoreditch, London.

Child of William Richard Heatherly and Mary Williams

Catherine Heathey

     Catherine Heathey married Richard Drinkall, son of Christopher Drinkall and Isabel Popplewell, on 9 December 1721 in Adlingfleet, Yorkshire.

Elizabeth Heathman

(March 1871 - 1938)
     Elizabeth Heathman's birth was registered in the quarter ending in March 1871 in Inwardleigh, Devon.
Elizabeth Heathman married Frederick Ruby, son of Thomas Ruby and Mary Ann Stanbury, in 1905 in Okehampton, Devon.
     Elizabeth died in 1938.

Children of Elizabeth Heathman and Frederick Ruby

Mary Ann Heathman

(December 1842 - March 1915)
     Mary Ann Heathman's birth was registered in the quarter ending in December 1842 in Sampford Courtenay, Devon.
The marriage of Mary Ann Heathman and Emanuel Ruby, son of Thomas Ruby and Harriet Shore, was registered in Inwardleigh, Okehampton RD, Devon, in the December 1863 quarter.
     Mary Ann Heathman and Emanuel Ruby were recorded on the 1871 census in Inwardleigh, Devon. Emanuel Ruby, head, 28, ag. lab, born Inwardleigh; his wife Mary Ann, 27, born Sampford Courtney; children John 5, William 4 months?, Dinah 7 and Eliza 2, all born at Inwardliegh & mother Harriet Ruby widow, aged 65, born Northawton, Devon.
     Mary Ann Heathman and Emanuel Ruby were recorded on the 1881 census in Folly Gate, Inwardleigh, Devon. Emanuel Ruby, aged 37, labourer, born Inwardleigh with his wife Mary Ann aged 37 born Sampford Courtney, and children John aged 15, Eliza aged 12, William 10, Harriett 6, Alice 3 and Henry 9 months, all born at Inwardleigh.
     Mary Ann Heathman and Emanuel Ruby were recorded on the 1901 census in Okehampton, Devon. Emanuel Ruby, aged 58, born Inwardleigh, horseman on farm at Okehampton hamlets; Mary Ruby, aged 58, born Sampford Courtney; Thomas aged 18, boot machinist born Inwardleigh; Minnie Ruby, aged 14, scholar, born Inwardleigh.
     Mary's death was registered in the quarter ending in March 1915 in Inwardleigh, Okehampton RD Devon.

Children of Mary Ann Heathman and Emanuel Ruby

Ethel Gladys Hebbert

(19 April 1881 - 2 October 1970)
     Ethel Gladys Hebbert was born on 19 April 1881 in Pallamcottah, India. The Times of India reported: On 19th at Palamcottah the wife of F H Hebbert esq Madras Civil Service of a daughter. She was the daughter of Francis Henry Hebbert and Rosa Frances Dempster. Ethel Gladys Hebbert was christened on 18 August 1881 in Bangalore, Mysore, Madras Presidency, India. She was listed as Robert Dempster's granddaughter in the 1891 census in Waterden Rd, Stoke, Guildford, Surrey. Ethel Gladys Hebbert was listed as Catherine Ellman's granddaughter in the 1901 census in 'Glenthorne', West Rd, Guildford, Surrey.
The marriage of Ethel Gladys Hebbert and Francis Reginald Powell O'Callaghan was registered in Guildford RD, Surrey, in the September 1906 quarter.
Ethel Gladys Hebbert married Thomas Moss before 1913.
     Ethel and Thomas resided at 'Atbara', Gordib Rd, Frimley, Surrey, England, 1921.
     Ethel and Thomas resided at 'Glencairn', Castle Rd, Frimley, Surrey, between 1921 and 1922.
     Ethel and Thomas resided at 'Nutwood Cottage', Godalming, Surrey, 1926.
     Ethel and William resided at Godalming, Surrey, 1935. Edith Moss was also living with them.
     Ethel died on 2 October 1970 in 'Nutwood Cottage', Frith HIll, Godalming, Surrey, aged 89.

Children of Ethel Gladys Hebbert and Thomas Moss