27 October 1866: The Register of Electors to Vote in the Choice of a Member or Members to Serve in Parliament, for the City of Gloucester, for 1866-7. Occupiers of property in South Hamlet: John Hearn, for a house in High Orchard.

29 January 1904: Eton Board of Guardians and Rural District Council: report of a meeting of the Board: present, Mr J. Hartopp Nash (in the chair), Mr H. R. de Salis, Dr Waters (vice-chairmen), the Reverend J. H. Matthews, Dr Newman, Colonel Ward-Bennitt, Commander Booth, Messrs F. B. Buckland, G. Hibberd, H. L. Darvill, C. J. Hill, F. Baxter, J. C. Howlett, E. Dyke, W. M. Bailey, E. H. Parry, W. Gamble, Z. H. Nash, T. H. Saunders, A. A. Somerville and W. Hearn. The Local Government Board inspector, Mr Stevens, complained of the condition of the patients in the sick wards. Dr Fuller reported bed sores in one case. An application by the London United Electric Tramways Company to extend their line from Slough to Taplow was considered. Mr R. H. Barrett (clerk) and Mr H. L. C Barrett (assistant clerk) asked for their salaries to be increased from £150 and £12 10s per annum respectively. Letters were received protesting about the lopping of the trees in The Avenue, Datchet.

‘Clewer Amateur Gun Club. On Wednesday the members of the above club held their second annual meeting at Lawrence’s Farm, Clewer. Mr W. Hearn, sen., officiated as referee, and the arrangements, thanks to the hard-working hon. sec. (Mr Goodyear), were all that could be desired. The chief event of the day was the competition for the Challenge Cup. The conditions were twelve birds each, five traps, 80 yards boundary, at 21 to 28 yards rise. The cup was won by Mr Smith (26 yds rise), who grassed 9 birds out of 12. Mr Harris, who killed 8, took second prize. Messrs Nettlebead, Brickwood and Goodyear tied for third honours, each killing 7 birds, and in the shoot-off finished in the above order. Mr Painter won sixth prize with six kills. After the shoot the members and friends dined togetheer at the Duke of Edinburgh, Clewer.’

31 July 1914: Falmouth Visitors List: Green Bank Hotel: Mr and Mrs Calder Hardy, Mr and Mrs Hawes, Mr and Mrs Wood, Miss Hearn, Miss Cross, Mr Percy Phillpotts, Mr N. Pawle, Mr Malcolm Pawle, Mr Keith Mackenzie, Mr and Mrs Brinkley, Misses Brinkley (2), Mr and Mrs Thomson, Mr and Mrs Robinson, Mr Wade Dalton, Mr and Mrs Bettson, Dr and Mrs Grant Wilson, Miss Stevenson, Miss Macdonald, Mr and Mrs Bosher, Mr E. L. Usher and son, Mr Dickinson, Mr Danson, Mr Corder and party (3), Mrs Provis, Mrs Barton, Mr and Mrs Rickards, Mr and Mrs and Miss Sarle, Mr and Mrs Ellison and party (4), Mr Pitcairn, Mr Van Blitz, Mr R. R. Appleby (resident)

c1990: Doris Rampling, Fred Hearn, 26 Hunter Road, Thornton Heath (Lily Byrne  four doors away) ; Peter Hearn, 3 Essex Avenue, Christchurch, Dorset               

[Birthday list:] Fred Hearn 31 March