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HAYWARD, Fred (Sir), Kt., J.P.
Born 1876 at Burslem. Son of late James Hayward.
Educated at Forster Street, School, Tunstall.
Married 1900, Mary, daughter of late John Hudson.
Guardian, Wolstanton & Burslem Guardians, 1904-10;
Councillor, Stoke on-Trent Corporation, 1910-12 ;
Alderman, Stoke-on-Trent, 1912-34 ;
Governor Haywood Hospital since 1913 ; Chairman since 1931 ;
Chairman of Cooperative Union of Great Britain and Ireland for ten years;
Chairman of Parliamentary Committee of Co-operative Movement for past six years ;
Member of Central Committee of the International Co-operative Alliance for nine years.
Mayor of Stoke-on-Trent, 1925-26.
"Who's Who in Staffordshire" 1934
see biography of Sir Fred Hayward
see entry on James Hayward