|Royal Engineers||279516 & WR29672||329 Quarrying Coy; 325 Coy|
|Northumberland Fusiliers||262047||2/5th Battalion|
Jesse was born in about 1883 and worked in the limestone quarry. He enlisted at Derby in September 1916 aged thirty-two.
Medal Roll Index Card
He was awarded the British War and Victory Medals.
Derbyshire Courier, 17 August 1918
Local soldiers on leave from France this week include – Private Jesse Heappey, Gunner Samuel Taylor, Sgt Thomas Greenhough and Private Archie Roe, Fritchley.
Army Service Record
He attested 04/09/16 at Derby, aged 32 years and 6 months, an unmarried limestone quarryman of 2 South View Crich. His height was 5ft 6in; weight 132lb. Next-of-kin was his brother Robert William Heappey of the Common, Crich.
09/01/18 Raised to skilled rate
04/08/18 to 18/08/18 Leave to UK
23/09/18 Raised to superior rate
18/03/19 Granted 14 days leave
27/07/19 Granted 14 days leave to UK
1939 Register: New Road, Crich
Mary H Heappey b.30 August 1892
Ernest Heappey b.8 December 1920; incline rope runner heavy work
Arnold Heappey b.20 June 1924; limestone breaker loader
four closed records
Jesse Heappey married Mary H Byard in 1920 (Belper reg district). Jesse died in 1938.
1901: Town End, Crich
|Jesse A||Heappey||son||17||Limestone quarryman||Crich|
RG13 piece 3231 folio 45 page 10
|Ernest||Heappey||son||29||Out of work||Whatstandwell|
RG14PN20984 RG78PN1251 RD436 SD4 ED13 SN161