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Hayward, Abrahamlocked

(1801–1884)
  • Philip Harling

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Hayward, Abraham (1801–1884), essayist and translator, was born on 22 November 1801 in Wilton, near Salisbury, the eldest son of Joseph Hayward (d. 1844), landed gentleman and writer on agriculture and horticulture, and Mary, daughter of Richard Abraham of White Lackington, Somerset...

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