Last name: Heal
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Family did originate from the South West of England. However, a lot of the Heal clans migrated elsewhere. My fathers family migrated to Wales during the 1800's according to my family tree. Which dates back as far as the 1700's.
My maiden name was Heal. My great grandparents came from Bridgwater, Somerset in 1843. to America and settled in Illinois.
I have discovered that Jose Heal went to America when his uncle John William Calloway Browning Crane returned to Wisconsin from a trip to England. John W. b crane lived in Dover, Racine Wisconsin so Jose Heal may have started his American life there.
Matilda Crane and Thomas Heal Lived at Middlezoy with her Parents John W Craneafter their marriage. I have found out that John William Crane then lived with his daughter Mary Elizabeth Crane Post Mistress of Middlezoy . Unmarried as did Ada Heal. Oliver Heal went America and have read his family History but email Address is dead. If they are your family records will show they lived at Middlezoy first.
My Surname is Heal. I live in the North East of England. It appears that my family came up from Shipham in Somerset and Weston Super Mare in the mid to late 1800s to work in the iron foundries. Charles Heal born circa 1863 was the one who made the move up here apparently. If anyone has any further info, would be grateful to find out.
Mel watson nee heal
Hi Paul I too am from the north east , my grandad Clifford heal worked in the foundry in bowesfield lane , I'm going to ask my dad if grandad was originally a Stockton lad and where were his parents from .
hi paul i am descendant of the same heals, contact me on jenkins@firstname.lastname@example.org
My surname is Heal, most of our family came from the Isle of Wight I think. I'm now settled in Manchester, but think the SW is still the main area for Heal's.