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Aaron Hayward (James, Henry)

born 1821 in Hopewell Parish, Albert Co., New Brunswick, Canada, married to Mary O. born ca 1833, she dies Nov 1889. (she was possibly Olivia Mary PREBLE, and they possibly were married on 14 Aug 1849 Sussex, Kings, New Brunswick - LDS Archives) In the 1901 census he is a widower (age 80) and lists:

  • John H. Hayward as his son born Mar 15, 1862 Married to Bertha A. <unknown> ALSO listed as born Mar 15, 1862, with two children:
    • Winnie B. Hayward born May 30, 1896
    • James O. Hayward born Dec 9, 1898

     

    A serious accident occurred in Geldart & Wilson's sawmill at Prosser Brook (Albert Co.) on Thursday afternoon. Aaron HAYWARD while working in the mill, fell on one of the circular saws and was frightfully mangled. Drs Robinson and McDonald were called and amputated the right leg between the knee and ankle. As Mr. Hayward is nearly 70 years old, his recovery is doubtful. 28 September 1888 KCR
    d. Elgin, Prosser Brook (Albert Co.) of inflammation of the bowels, Mary O. HAYWARD w/o Aaron HAYWARD, age 55 years 11 mos. 28 November 1889 POST
 

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