'Hayward1'Index links to: Lead / Letter
Families covered: Hayward of Bridgnorth, Hayward of London, Hayward of Quedgeley

                               
We do not know whether or not there was any connection between the 2 families shown on this page. They share the page for our convenience.
James Hayward
1. John Hayward
  m. Margery Wever
  A. William Hayward
  m. Jane Wilcockes
  i. William Hayward
  m. Elizabeth Brockton (dau of William Brockton)
  a. William Hayward
  m. Agnes Bally (dau of William Bally)
  (1) John Hayward of Brockton (a 1489, coroner of Bridgnorth)
  m. Agnes Glover
  (A) George Hayward of Bridgnorth, Salop (b by 1505, d 1557, bailiff then coroner then alderman, MP)
  HoP provides a little detail on George, his father John, and his son Rowland.
  m. Margaret Withbroke (dau of John Withbroke or Whitbrooke of Bridgnorth)
(i) Sir Rowland Hayward, Sheriff then Lord Mayor of London (b c1520, d 05.12.1593, MP)
  Visitation ends with showing Rowland as married to Johan Tillesworthe with one child, Elizabeth. HoP designates him as "of Elsinge Spital, London, King's Place, Hackney, Mdx. and Cound, Salop" and reports that he married twice (as shown) and had at least 8 children by his first wife and 2 sons + 4 daughters by his second. Various other web sites report that he had 8 children by his first wife and also 8 by his second whilst TCP (Knyvett) mentions that he had (a total of) 16 children. It seems that some web sites attribute certain of his children to his 2nd wife rather than his 1st simply because her ancestry is better recorded.
  m1. Joan Tillesworthe (dau/coheir of William Tillesworthe or Tyllesworth or Pilsworth of London)
Visitation shows the 1st wife as Johan Tillesworthe, HoP as Joan Tyllesworth. TCP (Knyvett) reports that Tillesworth is often given as her family name (indeed its own first edition did so) but that Pilsworth is what is shown on Sir Rowland's tomb. Definitely of this marriage was ...
  (a) Elizabeth Hayward (b c1576, d 09.1622)
  m1. Richard Warren of Essex (d 25.03.1597)
  m2. (21.07.1597) Sir Thomas Knyvett, Lord of Escrick (dsp 27.04.1622)
Probably of this first marriage (having regard to the consistency with which this is shown in various web sites) were ...
  (b) Joan Hayward
  m. Sir Thomas Thynne of Longleate
  (c) Susannah Hayward
  m. Sir Henry Townshend of Cound
  (d)+ 5 others (3 sons + 2 daughters?)
  m2. Catherine Smythe (dau of Sir Thomas Smythe of Westenhanger (Ostenhanger) Castle)
  Various web sites show that this marriage was in about 1580 when Catherine was aged 16. Apparently of this marriage were the following George & John who are mentioned by various historical (rather than genealogical) web sites.
(i) Sir George Hayward of London (b c1582, dsp c1610/1616)
  (j) Sir John Hayward, Sheriff of Kent then Montgomeryshire? (b c1587, d 1636)
  m. Anne Sandys
  Probably of this second marriage (having regard to the consistency with which this is shown in various web sites) were ...
(k) Catherine Hayward mentioned in various web sites
  m1. Richard Scott (son of Sir Thomas of Scot's Hall by Elizabeth Baker)
  m2. Sir Richard Sondes (not Sandys)
  (l) Alice Hayward
  m. Sir Richard Buller of Shillingham (d before 01.03.1646)
  (m) Mary Hayward mentioned in various web sites
  m. Sir Warham St. Leger (son of Sir Anthony) ## see here ##
  (n) Anne Hayward
  m. Edward Crayforde of Great Mongeham
  (o)+ 2 others
  (ii) Elyanor Hayward
  m. William Shawbury
  (iii) Katheryn Hayward
  m. Barnard Langton
  (iv) Agnes Hayward
  m1. _ Rogers
  m2. William Shakelton
  (v)+ other sons
  (B)+ other issue - William, John
  (2)+ other issue - Richard, William, George
  ii. John Hayward
  iii. Alice Hayward
  m. Thomas Page

 

 

Thomas Hayward (alias Cox) of Forthampton, near Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire (a 1620)
1. Thomas Hayward
  m. Susan Shoyle (dau of George Shoyle of Dymock)
  A. William Hayward of Woolstrop Manor (renamed Quedgeley House) (a 1626, d 1684)
  m. Eleanor Rogers (d 1696, dau of Richard Rogers of Dowdeswell)
  i. William Hayward of Quedgeley, Gloucestershire (b 23.02.1670, d 1709)
  m. Margaret (sb Frances?) Selwyn (dau of Maj. Gen. (William) Selwyn of Matson)
  a. Thomas Hayward of Quedgeley (d 1782)
  m. Mercy Parsons (dau of Charles Parsons of Bredon)
  (1) Charles Hayward of Quedgeley (d unm 1803)
  (2) William Hayward, later Hayward-Winstone, of Quedgeley (d 20.10.1818)
  m1. (1770) Elizabeth Wayne (dau of Gabriel Wayne of Frenchay)
  (A) Albinia Frances Hayward
  m. (1799) John Adey Curtis (d 1812, vicar of Bitton, Gloucestershire, son of Thomas)
  Their son inherited Quedgeley and assumed the name Curtis-Hayward.
  (B) Louisa Hayward
  m. Thomas Sykes (Captain RN)
  (C) Lucy Hayward
  m. William Forster (vicar of Southpool)
  (F)+ other issue - Thomas (b 1771, d 1793), William Winstone (d infant), Elizabeth (d young)
  m2. (11.02.1782) Betsy Bird of Ridgeway
  (G) Henrietta Hayward (b 24.11.1782, d infant)
  b. William Hayward
  c. John Hayward (rector of Withington)
  m. (1740) Bridget Southby (dau of Richard Southby of Carswell)
  (1) Sir Timothy Hayward of Carswell
  d. Albinia Hayward
  m. Thomas Winstone of Oldbury Court
  ii.+ other issue

Main source(s):
(1) For upper section (uploaded 06.04.12) : Visitation (London, 1568, Hayward) with some input/support as reported above
(2) For lower section (uploaded 10.05.13) : BLG1952 (Curtis-Hayward formerly of Quedgeley)
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