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John Hayward

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John Hayward (1869-1894), cycle manufacturer

1869 Born the son of Richard Hayward, a Blacksmith, and his wife Jane Pugh

1889 Married at Wolverhampton to Martha Williams

1891 Living at 53 Church Road, Dudley: John Hayward (age 22 born Hanwood, Salop.) Cycle manufacturer and Employer. With his wife Mary Hayward (age 20 born Wednesfield) and their daughter Marion D. Hayward (age 10 months born Wolverhampton).[1]

1892 September 3rd. Birth of son Charles Hayward

1894 Died

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Sources of Information

  1. 1891 Census