CFHS code : PL555

Parish : St Paul

Inscription : cross In Loving Memory of MARGARET A HAYWARD d May 17 1902 also of CHARLES W HAYWARD brother of the above d July 19th 1920 kerbs also MARY ELIZABETH HAYWARD d March 17th 1949

Monument : Stone cross/Kerb stones

Above information from Cambridge Family History Society Survey

Lat Lon : 52.202365, 0.13599613 – click here for location

Hayward grave set 2017




‘In Loving Memory of MARGARET A HAYWARD who died May 17 1902

Also of CHARLES W HAYWARD brother of the above who died July 19th 1920’


‘Also MARY ELIZABETH HAYWARD died March 17th 1949’

Relationship: siblings

Margaret Amelia  Hayward (1864 – 17 May 1902)

Margaret was the daughter of  Frederick Williams Hayward (1826-1879) and his wife Margaret (née Marrs) (1828-1878). She was born in Carlisle and baptised there on 28 July 1864.  Aged 17 she was a pupil at Sarah Cross’ school in Bootle together with her younger sister Mary. She then went to live with her brother Charles and sister Mary in Birkenhead, where Charles was an iron merchant (1891).  By 1901 the three of them had moved to live at 26 Glisson Road.  Margaret was still living at Glisson Road in 1902, but died in Hunstanton, Norfolk.

Charles Williams Hayward (c.1861 – 19 July 1920)

Charles was also born in Carlisle and baptised there on 16 July 1863.  He worked as an iron merchant/commerical traveller and died at 26 Glisson Road.

Mary Elizabeth Hayward (13 January 1866 – 17 March 1949)

Mary was baptised at St. Mary’s, Carlisle on 30 December 1866.  She lived with her siblings and after their deaths continued to live at 26 Glisson Road with servant Nettie Green (1939).  She died at home aged 83 years and was buried at Mill Road Cemetery on 21 March 1949.



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Charles Williams Hayward; Margaret Amelia Hayward; Mary Elizabeth Hayward