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1872 Born in Elmbridge, Worcs., the son of Eli Haywood, a commercial clerk at Porcelain works and later Porcelain museum curator, and his wife Mary Priddy
 
1872 Born in Elmbridge, Worcs., the son of Eli Haywood, a commercial clerk at Porcelain works and later Porcelain museum curator, and his wife Mary Priddy
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1890 Apprenticed to [[Dutton and Co]], Worcester, signal engineers
  
 
1900 Married at Sutton Coldfield to Lucy Mary Harris<ref>Worcestershire Chronicle - Saturday 18 August 1900</ref>
 
1900 Married at Sutton Coldfield to Lucy Mary Harris<ref>Worcestershire Chronicle - Saturday 18 August 1900</ref>
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1902 Works superintendent when Dutton and Co amalgamated with [[McKenzie and Holland]].
  
 
1905 Birth of son Thomas Arthur Haywood (1905–1966)
 
1905 Birth of son Thomas Arthur Haywood (1905–1966)
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1907 Birth of son John Telford Haywood (1907–1958)
 
1907 Birth of son John Telford Haywood (1907–1958)
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1908 Became an Associate member of I Mech E
  
 
1909 Birth of son Percival Frank Haywood (1909–1963)
 
1909 Birth of son Percival Frank Haywood (1909–1963)

Latest revision as of 17:37, 26 February 2020

Thomas Eli Haywood (1872-1963) of Thomas Haywood and Sons

1872 Born in Elmbridge, Worcs., the son of Eli Haywood, a commercial clerk at Porcelain works and later Porcelain museum curator, and his wife Mary Priddy

1890 Apprenticed to Dutton and Co, Worcester, signal engineers

1900 Married at Sutton Coldfield to Lucy Mary Harris[1]

1902 Works superintendent when Dutton and Co amalgamated with McKenzie and Holland.

1905 Birth of son Thomas Arthur Haywood (1905–1966)

1907 Working for McKenzie and Holland.[2]

1907 Birth of son John Telford Haywood (1907–1958)

1908 Became an Associate member of I Mech E

1909 Birth of son Percival Frank Haywood (1909–1963)

1911 Thomas E Haywood 38, engineer and chief draughtsman, lived in Croydon, with Lucy M Haywood 36, Thomas A E Haywood 5, John J Haywood 3, Percival F Haywood 1[3]

1915 Birth of daughter Doris Mary Haywood (1915–1988)

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Sources of Information

  1. Worcestershire Chronicle - Saturday 18 August 1900
  2. IMechE application
  3. 1911 census