'hayward' can also refer to...

Abraham Hayward (1801—1884) essayist and translator

Charles W. Andrée Hayward (1866—1950)

Frank Herbert Hayward (1872—1954) inspector of schools and author

George Hayward Joyce (1864—1943)

George W. Hayward (c. 1840—1870)

(Harold) Richard Hayward (1892—1964) writer and actor

Harry Maxwell Hayward (1924—1979) Russian scholar and translator

Hayward R. Alker

Hayward Townshend (c. 1577—1612) parliamentary diarist

Haywards Heath

Jack Hayward

Joachim Hayward Stocqueler (1801—1886) writer

John Hayward (1905—1965) literary scholar

Justin Hayward (b. 1946)

Katy Hayward

Leland Hayward (1902—1971)

Robert Baldwin Hayward (1829—1903) mathematician and schoolteacher

Ronald George Still Hayward (1917—1996) political organizer

Sir Isaac James Hayward (1884—1976) trade unionist and local politician

Sir John Hayward (1564—1627) historian and civil lawyer

Sir Richard Arthur Hayward (1910—1994) trade unionist

Sir Rowland Hayward (c. 1520—1593) merchant and local politician

Susan Hayward (1918—1975)

Thomas Hayward (c. 1704—1779) literary editor and lawyer

Thomas Walter Hayward (1871—1939) cricketer

Tim Hayward

Walter Scott Hayward (1855—1910) yachtsman and boat designer

William Hayward Roberts (1734—1791) poet and Church of England clergyman

William Hayward Wakefield (1801—1848) colonist in New Zealand


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The manorial officer responsible for hedges and fences and for preventing cattle from straying.

Subjects: History.

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