POLITICAL WORKER ANNIE HEATH

Genealogy for the Heath family's of Saffordshire and surrounding areas.

POLITICAL WORKER ANNIE HEATH

Postby Denise E Johnson » Fri Sep 27, 2019 5:53 pm

On Wednesday the 3rd August 1938 Evening Sentinel a well known Political Worker Miss Annie Heath tributes were paid at the funeral at Leek Cemetery which followed a service at Leek All Saints
Annie was widely known in the Political Circle for her stalwart efforts on behalf of the Women’s Union Association, then the first Hon. Secretary of the Leek Division. She also was secretary of the Girls’ Friendly Society, and also secretary for the funds of All Saints Church. Also she was an associate of the Mother’s Union and served on the committee of the Girl Guides and the Poppy Fund.
Among the mourners were Joseph E Heath and William Heath brothers, and also Geoffrey Heath Wedgwood etcher and engraver. (See article Geoffrey Heath Wedgwood Etcher and Engraver).
Miss Heath moved to Leek in 1888 on her appointment as teacher at Crompton School.
1901 and 1911 census that Annie a certified teacher and school mistress was a boarder of Geoffrey Heath Wedgwood’s aunts Elizabeth and Mary Heath who were living at 11 Cromwell Street Leek.
Annie of 14 Carlton Terrace Leek died on the 28th July 1938 at Leek Cottage Hospital.

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