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Marriage: Children:
  1. Arthur Heald: Birth: 1893 in Didsbury. Death: Abt 1954 in Hove, Sussex

  2. Lionel Frederick Heald: Birth: 7 Aug 1897 in Ellerslie, Didsbury Park. Death: 1981 in Chilworth, Surrey

1. Title:   Alumni Cantabrigenses
Author:   J.A. Venn
Publication:   2ed (revd.), 1940
Text:   Heald, James (TRINITY, 1878) Adm. pens. at TRINITY, Oct. 11, 1878. S. of William Norris, of Parrs Wood, Didsbury, Lancs. B. Apr. 22, 1859, at Halewood, Lancs. Schools, Shrewsbury and Leys, Cambridge. Matric. Michs. 1878; B.A. 1882; M.A. 1886. Adm. Solicitor, Aug. 1886. Practised at Manchester, 1900-10-. Of Cross Street, Manchester, in 1909. Of Parrs Wood, Didsbury, Lancs. J.P. Alderman of the City of Liverpool. Latterly of Peat's Wood, Market Drayton, Salop. Died Feb. 14, 1921. Brother of Charles R. (1886). (Shrewsbury Sch. Reg.; Fox-Davies, Armorial Families; Scott, MSS.; Burke, L.G.; Law Lists; The Times, Feb. 17, 1921.)
2. Title:   Walford's County Families - Heald, James
Publication:   1920
Text:   HEALD, JAMES, Esq., of Parrs Wood, Lancashire Eldest son of William Norris Heald, Esq., J.P., of Parrs Wood, who d. 1919, by Jeannie, who d. 1914, dau. of the late Rev. Edward Walker, M.A.; b. 1859; m. 1892 Henrietta Stewart, 2nd dau of the late Stewart Henry Brown, Esq., J.P. of Quarry Bank, Allerton, and has, with another son, *William Henry Arthur, Lieut. ret., late 6th Batt. R. Fusiliers, formerly R.F.C.; educated at Charterhouse and at Trinity Coll., Cambridge; b. 1893. Mr. Heald, who was educated privately, at the Leys School, Cambrisge and at Trinity Coll, Cambridge (B.A. 1882, M.A. 1886) is a J.P. for, and holds various other offices in the Municipality of Liverpool. -- Residence: Oakwood, Allerton, Liverpool; Oxford and Cambridge Club, SW.; Conservative Club, Liverpool; Conservative Club, Manchester.
3. Title:   UK Census, 1881
Text:   Dwelling: 55 Rhad. Build. Jesus Lane Census Place: All Saints, Cambridge, Cambridge, England
 Source: FHL Film 1341399 PRO Ref RG11 Piece 1669 Folio 98 Page 23
  ------------------- Marr Age Sex Birthplace
 William WALKER --- M 52 M Gayton, Norfolk, England
 -- Rel: Head
 -- Occ: College Servant
 Harriett WALKER --- M 54 F Bumburgh, Suffolk, England
 -- Rel: Wife
 Arthur A. WALKER --- U 25 M Cambridge, England
 -- Rel: Son
 -- Occ: Law Student
 Alfred WALKER --- U 24 M Cambridge, England
 -- Rel: Son
 -- Occ: Teacher of Music
 Elizabeth R. CHAPMAN --- U 16 F Cambridge, England
 -- Rel: Serv.
 -- Occ: General Servant
 James HEALD --- U 21 M Halewood, Lancashire, England
 -- Rel: Lodger
 -- Occ: Student
 William H.M. RICHARDS --- U 19 M Cape Colony
 -- Rel: Lodger
 -- Occ: Student
 N.A. MOORE --- U 21 M Hendon, Middlesex, England
 -- Rel: Lodger
 -- Occ: Student
4. Title:   A History of Didsbury
Author:   Ivor R. Million
Publication:   Didsbury Civic Society and E.J. Morten, 1969
Text:   (p. 125) In 1895 W.N. Heald made a gift of much of the land surrounding the big house to his son, James Heald, a Manchester solicitor, who lived at Ellerslie, 19 Didsbury Park, now known as Ellerslie Guest House. James Heald was much interested in the local organization of the Conservative Party. He built and owned the Didsbury Conservative Club and was chairman of the Stretford Conservative Association when Mr. C.A. Cripps, later Lord Parmoor, and father of Sir Stafford Cripps, was High Tory Member of Parliament for that constituency. He was married to Nettie Stewart Brown, one of a well known family of Liverpool, to which city he moved after his retirement from legal practice in 1909. He very soon joined Liverpool Corporation and when Didsbury Library was declared open on 15th May, 1915, he was present as Chairman of the Liverpool Libraries Committee.
  (p. 133)
 On 7th August 1902 the League [for amalgamation with Manchester of the Urban District of Withington] held its first public meeting in a comittee room of the West Didsbury Public Hall... Mr James Heald, of Didsbury Park [one of several well-known local figures approached to take the chair] replied rather curtly that he was strongly opposed to any amalgamation with Manchester and therefore did not need to say more.
  (p. 125 continued)
 James Heald died in 1921, leaving his wife and two sons, William Henry Arthur Heald and Lionel Frederick Heald, surviving him.
5. Title:   Personal Recollections (corrected typescript)
Author:   Henrietta Stewart Heald is NOT responsible for the content of the GEDCOMs uploaded through the WorldConnect Program. The creator of each GEDCOM is solely responsible for its content.