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Haywood, Francislocked

(1793/4–1858)
  • P. R. Harris

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Haywood, Francis (1793/4–1858), translator, was born in Manchester. He was baptized in St Mary's Church, Manchester, on 30 April 1794, the son of Francis Haywood, cotton broker, and Hannah, née Needham (bap. 1769). The family later moved to Liverpool and the younger ...

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