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Fred Hayward

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HAYWARD, Fred (Sir), Kt., J.P. 
Managing Secretary. 

The Hollies, 
High Lane, 

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

Index page for the Co-operative Society in Stoke-on-Trent