Henry Edward Heaton

Rank:Policeman (Special)Number:2463
How Died:Blast & Falling Debris
Incident Date:22/12/1940
Incident Address.Seymour Park, No. 2 Station, Old Trafford
Died Address:Seymour Park, No. 2 Station, Old Trafford
C.W.D. No.63
Grave Photo:No
Cemetery or Memorial:Not Known
Town Memorial:Not Listed
Extra Information:
Born on the 31st May 1897, the birth being
registered during the June quarter 1897 in the
Barton on Irwell R.D. - ref: 8c/688, the son of
Edward & Ada Heaton (nee Nield).

1901 Census - 15 Ack Lane, Hazel Grove and
Bramhall.    Son - aged: 4 - born: Patricroft.    
Head of household - Edward Heaton - Married - aged
31 - occ: Cotton Goods Warehouseman - born:
Patrictroft.   Also - Ada Heaton - Wife - aged: 32
- born: Hazel Grove.     Plus 1 younger sister.

His mother - Ada, died in 1908 - aged: 39.

1911 Census - 85 New Moss Road, Cadishead,
Manchester.     Son - aged: 133 - Scholar - born:
Barton on Irwell.     Head of household - Edward
Heaton - Widower - aged: 41 - occ: Warehouse
Manager - born: Barton on Irwell.   Plus 2 younger
sisters and a housemaid.

Married Nora Hailstone during the September
quarter 1927 in the Liverpool R.D. - ref: 8b/607.

1939 National Registration - 16 Melfort Avenue,
Stretford.   Henry E. Heaton - Married - Born:
31st May 1897 - occ: Engineer Surveyor & Special
Constable, Lancashire Constabulary.  Nora Heaton -
Married - Born: 9th July 1897 - occ: Unpaid
Domestic Duties.   Walter J. Hailstone - Single -
Born: 8th July 1858 - occ: Retired Grocer.

CWD Report No. 63.    Died as a result of blast
and falling debris at Seymour Park No, 2 Police
Station from where his body was recovered at 06.30
hrs on the 23rd December 1940 and taken to the
City Road Mortuary, Old Trafford.    His body was
identified by a friend - Group Leader, N.S.
Crossdale and released for burial to Mrs. H.F.
Heaton, 16 Melfort Avenue, Stretford.

Death registered in Stretford Borough.

See also the Lancashire Constabulary Roll of

CWGC - Special Constable. Husband of Nora Heaton
(nee Hailstone), of 16 Melfort Avenue. Died at
Seymour Park, No. 2 Station.

Stretford (Trafford MBC)
Memorials found on:
Stretford WW2 Book
Stretford Borough Police
Lancashire Constabulary
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