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John Hayward (1807-1891)

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John Hayward (1807-1891), Architect

1807 Born the son of John Pearson Hayward, a Decorator, and his wife Frances Barry.

1826 Exhibiting at the Royal Academy

1851 Living at Cathedral Yard, Exeter: John Hayward (age 43 born London), Architect. With his wife Sarah and daughter Sarah.[1]

1853 Architect for the HM Prison, Exeter.

1853 Architect for the Exeter Diocesan Training College

1856 Married(2) at Lambeth to Charlotte Augusta Hayward the daughter of Samuel Hayward, a Merchant.

1864 Presents one of the designs for the Royal Albert Memorial Museum, Exeter.[2]

1864 Paper on 'The Churches of Jersey'.[3]

1867 John Hayward, 50 High Street, regarding the rebuilding of the pump house at Exeter prison.[4]

1878 Design of the church at Beer by John Hayward and Son.[5]

1878 Renovation of parish church of Stoke Gabriel by John Hayward and Son.[6]

1881 Living at Cathedral Yard, Exeter: John Hayward (age 72 born London), Architect. Married but wife not listed. With his son Pearson Barry Hayward (age 42 born Exeter) and daughter.[7]

1888 November 10th. Death of his son and business partner Pearson Barry Hayward age 50.[8]

1891 Living at 1 Victoria Terrace, Heavitree, Exeter: John Hayward (age 83 born London), Architect. With his wife Charlotte and daughter Sarah.[9]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1851 Census
  2. Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Friday 13 May 1864
  3. Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Friday 14 October 1864
  4. Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Friday 28 June 1867
  5. Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Friday 29 March 1878
  6. Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Friday 04 October 1878
  7. 1881 Census
  8. Western Times - Wednesday 14 November 1888
  9. 1891 Census