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Thomas Eli Haywood

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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

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

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)

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