Healey family

 

L.R> Heeley  and Uncle Stan  Heeley  on the backs (I reckon, but please correct me if I’m wrong) at Queen Victoria Road.

L.R: Heeley  and Uncle Stan Heeley on the backs at Queen Victoria Road.

L-R: Eric Heeley (Sturat's dad), Stanley Heeley, Fanny Heeley (nee Kinnerley), George Heeley, Ray Heeley (twin).

 

15 Queen Victoria Road (two doors from the chapel) on a snowy Monday afternoon 17th January 1955

15 Queen Victoria Road (two doors from the chapel)

on a snowy Monday afternoon 17th January 1955

North Side under construction

North Side under construction and Queen Victoria Road with chapel, number 15 etc. in late September 1957.

Sept. 1st 1957. These council houses being built where bomb fell opposite 31”

These council houses being built where bomb fell opposite 31” In fact you can make out where he’s written 31 and an arrow pointing to the house actually on the picture (in the road).

September 1957.

Stan Heeley's wedding to Joan Martin at St. John’s church. This would have been in the late 1950s. The Martins lived on Queen Victoria Road between Birkin Avenue and the Four Lane Ends roundabout and Stan and Joan lived at the bottom of Green Lane, in the house next to Lill’s shop. Harry Heeley is pictured to the right of the bride. Stuart Heeley is partially obscured by the bridesmaid’s (Janet Martin) right arm!

W.I. Outing

No.1. Fanny Heeley (nee Kinnerley) whose first husband, Charles Harold Bradder had been killed in World War 1.
No. 2. Her sister, Maggie Kinnerley, school mistress at Tupton school.
No. 3. Her sister, Evelyn Johnson (nee Kinnerley).
No. 4. Her sister, Hannah (Dot, because when she was born she looked like a “a little dot”) Kinnerley.

The venue was Trentham Gardens in Stoke on Trent.