|Mother:||Mary Rodier Wills|
|Married:||__/__/1816||Mary Mosely Totness?|
|?||(Samuel) Rodier Heath|
|__/__/1833||James Roberts Heath|
|13/04/1834||Andrew Edward Heath|
|__/__/1837||Robert Mosely Heath|
SRH's occupation on the death certificate of his son, Andrew Edward, is given as "currier" (i.e. one who dresses and colours tanned leather). Lenice Stuchbery's research shows that while in London, SRH was a leather dealer ( I can check this terminology). Incidentally, the first six children were christened in London, the next five (including our great great grandfathers) in Devon. Lenice's research also shows that while in Devon, SRH was an Officer of the Poor Law Union. It's not clear where this information came from - perhaps census records? Lenice notes that the 1841 census shows that the Heaths were living in Lake Garden Cottage, Totnes, Devon (I visited the current owners and have extensive photographs of this house). At the time of the census the eldest boys, Henry Moseley and (another) Samuel Rodier, were not living at home.