born: 28 March 1861 in Haw Ridge,
Coffee/Dale County, Alabama
died: 26 December 1911 in Enterprise, Alabama
buried: City Cemetery, Enterprise, Alabama
1902-1906 directory of businesses in Enterprise lists L. B. Heath, grocer, at 104 S. Carmichael (now 104 S. Main); residence listed as 105 W. Adams.
Religious affiliation: Baptist. He and Camilla were charter members of the Baptist Church of Enterprise (later First Baptist Church), moving their letters there from Mt. Pleasant Church. According to The History of First Baptist Church, Enterprise, Alabama, by Brady R. Justice, L. B. Heath and his brother Gabe erected a school near their home on the Geneva Highway, which was used on Sundays for Sunday School.
1900 Coffee County Census, Enterprise, shows him with wife Camilla,
children Albert, Eula, Maude, Robert, Minnie L. and Clem.
1910 Coffee County Census, Enterprise, shows him living on Adams Street; occupation retail merchant of groceries; in the household are Emily C., 48, Albert L., Eula Dae, Robert J., Minnie L., Clemmie H. and Una M. Albert and Robert are listed as grocery salesmen.
1920 Coffee County Census, Enterprise, shows "Leroy B. Heath" as head of household, but female, age 59, therefore this is Camilla, his widow. She is living on Adams Street with Albert L. and Clem H. still at home. On either side are sons-in-law Roscoe C. Fleming (Adams Street) and Edgar H. Laney (West Lee Street).
1920 Coffee County Census, Enterprise, shows Camilla, 68, and Chip, 34.
Mother: Elizabeth Clark
married: 4 January 1883 in Coffee County, Alabama
1. Albert Leroy Heath (not married)
2. Eula Dae Heath
3. Maud Heath (m. Joe Barron)
4. Robert Jesse Heath (not married)
5. Minnie Leslie Heath (m. Edgar Laney)
6. Clem Holton Heath (not married)
7. Una Maureen Heath (m. Ed Winter)