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  • ID: I1607
  • Name: William Henry Hayden
  • Given Name: William Henry
  • Surname: Hayden
  • Prefix: Dr
  • Sex: M
  • Birth: 30 Sep 1812 in Bath, Somerset 1
  • Christening: 7 Mar 1824 St Swithin's, The Paragon, Walcot, Bath, Somerset 2 3 4
  • Death: 2 Feb 1881 in Frogmoor House, High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire of Albuminuria/Brights disease for many months 5 1 6 7
  • Burial: 9 Feb 1881 High Wycombe Cemetery, Buckinghamshire 8 9
  • Event: Photograph Frogmoor House, High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire
  • Note: The Corporation And Other Important People
  • Event: Birth 1812 Bath, Somerset
  • Note:
    Our Family Bible, now stolen, showed that William Henry, son of James and Mary Hayden born September 30 1812 in the city of Bath in the county of Somerset was publicly baptized by the Rev'd Gaius Barry, curate in the Parish Church of St. Swithins Walcot, and married November 6 1841 at the Parish Church of High Wycombe in the county of Bucks by the Rev'd J. C. Williams.
    James' death four weeks prior to William's birth probably explains why William was not baptised until he was 12 years old.
  • Event: Address 1824 31, Rivers Street, Bath, Somerset
  • Note:
    Dr. Hardy was living at no. 31 in 1819.
    Audrey's sweet shop once traded from this bijou location, now a flat. Once thought to have been the offices of John Wood Junior, to collect rent.
    10
  • Event: Qualified as a Dr 1837 Apothecaries Hall, London
  • Note: His name was listed as having been granted a Licence as a Licentiate of the Society of Apothecaries (LSA). 11
  • Occupation: Surgeon's assistant 1841 High Street, High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire 12
  • Event: Photograph 1841 Marriage
  • Event: Directory entry 1842 Belvedere, Bath, Somerset
  • Note: HAYDEN WH surgeon of Belvedere. He was already in Wycombe, having arrived in 1841 according to the town records. 13
  • Occupation: surgeon 1842 Easton Street, High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire
  • Note: Dr William Rose of Wycombe died July 1 1846 aged 70. He was a doctor in Wycombe for 40 years. 14 9
  • Event: Address 1847 Oxford Road, High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire
  • Note: Surgeon. 15
  • Event: properties owned 1847
  • Note:
    The 1847 Directory shows him living at Oxford Road but the 1849 Tithe Map shows WHH owned a house in Easton St, HW (later identified as no 21, next to the Greyhound Inn), but he was not living there. His home address then appears to have been a larger house, also in Easton St (no.8). The Borough rating records and newspaper articles show that over time, he owned other property in the town and surrounding areas. By 1862 he had acquired a couple of cottages in the poorer area of town that were originally owned by his father-in-law William Coltman, and tenanted by more Coltmans. He still held these as late as 1877.

    Also in 1865 he was listed in the rating valuation as owner of three (more-upmarket) houses just outside the Borough boundary. William Henry also invested money in properties other than Frogmoor House. In 1871 the list of electors i.e. those who owned houses worth a rent of £50 upwards, included W H Hayden in Chipping Wycombe, who owned freehold houses in Newland.
  • Event: Lodge meeting 3 Feb 1849 Swan Inn, High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire
  • Note: Vice chair at the fourth anniversary meeting of the Bud of Hope Lodge, was W H Hayden. 16
  • Occupation: G.P. Licent of Apoth Hall 1851 Easton Street, High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire
  • Note: 1851 Dr and Mrs. Hayden were living in 8, Easton Street, High Wycombe, with their two sons and a servant. He was a G.P. 17
  • Event: Qualified 28 Mar 1856 High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire
  • Note:
    He was admitted as a Licentiate in Midwifery, with other members of the RCS.
    http://books.google.co.uk/books?id=GCUCAAAAYAAJ&pg=PA530&dq=Medical+Times+and+Gazette+1866+Licentiate+wycombe&hl=en&sa=X&ei=f8XFUYHgEofE0QWqz4HwDQ&ved=0CDkQ6AEwAA#v=onepage&q=Medical%20Times%20and%20Gazette%201866%20Licentiate%20wycombe&f=false
    Listed in the 1860 The London and Provincial Medical Directory
    18
  • Event: Status 28 Mar 1856
  • Note:
    Friday the 28th ult., W. H. Hayden, Esq., of High Wycombe, Bucks, and formerly of this city, after passing the requisite examinations, was elected Member of the Royal College of Surgeons.

    19
  • Event: newspaper account Jan 1857
  • Note: Borough Petty Sessions chaired by WH Hayden as Chief Magistrate.«/sup» 20
  • Event: The London and Provincial Medical Directory 1860-1870 High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire
  • Note: MRCS, LM, LSA and Med. Officer Districts 8 & 12, Wycombe Union. 21
  • Occupation: Surgeon, MRCP BAC 1861-1881 Easton Street, High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire
  • Note:
    In 1861 he was living here with his wife and youngest son, James.
    Hayden W H Head M 48 Surgeon born Bath, Somerset
    Hayden Mary Wife M 48 Wycombe Bucks
    Hayden James A son u 16
    Emma Johnson servant 19 of Stokenchurch, Oxon.
    22
  • Event: Address 1863-1875 High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire 23
  • Event: Directory 1864 Frogmore House, Chipping Wycombe, Wycombe, Buckinghamshire
  • Note: Listed as a surgeon, with his son. 24
  • Event: Lodge meeting 1864 High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire
  • Note: The Bud of Hope Lodge of Odd Fellows, M.U.The anniversary meeting of this lodge was held in the large room of the Crown Inn, on Monday evening last, presided over by Mr. W. H. Hayden, the lodge surgeon and corresponding secretary. 25
  • Event: President 1864
  • Note: High Wycombe and South Bucks Building Society 26
  • Event: committee Apr 1864 High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire
  • Note: Member of the Victoria Benefit Society. 27
  • Event: Lodge meeting 1868
  • Note: The annual dinner of the Loyal Bud of Hope Lodge of Odd-Fellows, M. U., took place on Monday evening, at the new quarters of the Lodge, the White Hart Inn. The chair was very ably filled by W. H. Hayden, Esq., C.S., one of the lodge surgeons, surrounded and supported by the honorary members and officers, his Worship the Mayor (T. Wheeler, Esq.) G. Wheeler, Esq., J. Parker, jun., Esq., W. G. Hayden, Esq. 28
  • Event: Address 1871 Frogmoor Gardens, Frogmoor House, High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire
  • Note:
    William H Hayden Head Male 58 1813 Somerset
    Mary Hayden Wife Female 58 1813 Buckinghamshire
    William G Hayden Son Male 28 1843 Buckinghamshire
    Sarah Coltman Servant Female 24 1847 Buckinghamshire
    William Thorne Servant Male 16 1855 Buckinghamshire
  • Event: J. P., Alderman, Apothecary and Surgeon Status 1871
  • Event: Address 1875 24, Frogmoor Gardens, High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire
  • Note:
    He was described as a Surgeon and Alderman.

    1875 Directory of Wycombe
    Frogmore Street
    HAYDEN W H Esq Surgeon (Alderman of the Borough; Chairman of the High Wycombe Waterworks Company)
    HAYDEN W G Esq Surgeon
    Aldermen HAYDEN W H Esq
    HUNT Jos Esq
    WHEELER Thos Esq Mayor
    Burial Bond
    WH HAYDEN
    WHEELER Thos
    29
  • Event: Local Government Medical Service for Bucks 1875 Bledlow, Buckinghamshire
  • Note:
    W H Hayden £20 Workhouse
    WG Hayden £60, Union School, Bledlow«sup»
    In 1843 a new Wycombe Union workhouse was built at a site near Saunderton. The former Bledlow workhouse was converted for use as the union school and was used to accommodate pauper children away from the main workhouse. «/sup»
  • Event: Directory 1876 High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire
  • Note:
    Private residents includeded WG and WH Hayden Esq, both of Frogmore Street.
    Further on in the listing they were described as Surgeons.
    Mr James Coltman of 98 Oxford Road was also mentioned. Mary's brother, James, had gone to South Africa by now, but he may have retained the house.
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  • Event: history 1878 Royal Grammar School, High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire
  • Note:
    Among distinguished men who were pupils at the Royal Grammar School, we may mention Edmund Waller, the poet ; Sir Denis Le Marchant, Bart, M.P., late Clerk of the House of Commons, and author of the Biography of his father Major-Gen. John Gaspard Le Marchant ; Lieut. General Sir John Gaspard Le Marchant, Bart., K.C.B., G.C.M.G., late Commander in Chief at Madras ; Major Charles Douglas ; Major James Dundas Douglas, Assistant Adjutant General in Afghanistan and Deputy Military Secretary to Government, killed in action near Pesh Bolak in the Afghan Campaign in 1840; General Sir Robert Percy Douglas, Bart., formerly Assistant Adjutant-General to the Forces, and Lieutenant-Governor of Jersey, and late Lieutenant-Governor and Commander-in-Chief at the Cape of Good Hope, 1864-8; H. W. Bristow, Esq. (son of Major-General Bristow), Professor of Geology, and one of the Examiners of the Council of Military Examination; J. O. Griffits, Esq., Q.C., Recorder of Reading; and we may add the names of Edward J. Payne, Esq., M. A., a fellow of University College, Oxford, and of Lincoln's Inn, Barrister-at-Law ; and W. G. Hayden, Esq., M.D., who were educated by the present able Head Master of the School, The Reverend James Poulter.
    http://www.archive.org/stream/earlyhistoryand00parkgoog/earlyhistoryand00parkgoog_djvu.txt
    http://archive.org/stream/earlyhistoryanti00park/earlyhistoryanti00park_djvu.txt
    Author: Parker, John, 1801-1880
    Publisher: Wycombe : Butler & son
    NOT_IN_COPYRIGHT
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  • Event: resignation Jan 1878
  • Note:
    Board of Guardians.
    Medical officer of the Little Marlow district, he resignedhis office on the grounds of failing health, and asked for the kind support of the Guardians for his son Dr. W. G. Hayden, whom he believed would be a candidate for the appointment.
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  • Event: Board of Guardians 2 Mar 1878 High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire
  • Note: Board of Guardians. At the last fortnightly meeting of this board, Mr. W. G. Hayden was elected Medical Officer and Public Vaccinator of the 12th District, in the room of his father, Mr. W. H. Hayden, resigned. 33
  • Event: Photograph 1879 In His Back Garden In High Wycombe 34
  • Event: Photograph 1879 with the other Councillors
  • Note:
    Official photograph of Borough Council taken outside house of Mayor Dr. William Henry Hayden taken in 1879 of the Mayor and Corporation 1879-1880
    Personal names
    G. Wheeler (councillor), Reuben Spicer (councillor), G. Myrton (councillor), H. Edgerley (mace bearer), E. Davis (town crier), Joseph Steevens (councillor), E. Pierce (councillor), Aubrey B. Weston (councillor), W.V. Baines (councillor), Frank Wheeler (councillor), J.G. Peace (councillor), Dr W. H. Hayden (mayor), Dan Clarke (town clerk), Thomas Wheeler (councillor), H. Wooton (councillor), J. Thurlow (councillor), J.P. Starling (photographer)
    Left to right, standing- George Wheeler, Reuben Spicer, G. Myrton, H. Edgerley (mace bearer) E. Davis (town crier) Joseph Steevens, E.Pierce, Aubrey B. Weston.
    Seated- W.V.Baines, Frank Wheeler, J.G.Peace, Dr.W.H.Hayden (mayor) Dan Clarke (town clerk) Thomas Wheeler, H.Wooton and J. Thurlow.
    Photograph taken at Dr. Hayden's house in Frogmoor, (site now occupied by Salvation Army Citadel) by Mr. J.P.Starling
    Alderman Peace was the last to survive.
    William Henry Hayden, the mayor in the photograph, was elected Mayor in 1879. Photograph taken outside his house, 24 Frogmoor Street .
    © http://www.buckscc.gov.uk. http://swop.org.uk/swop/swop.htm
    Copyright managed by High Wycombe Library
  • Event: Mayor Status 1879-1880 High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire
  • Event: Extension of the High Wycombe Borough boundary 8 Sep 1880 High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire
  • Note: Lord Carington was guest of honour at the evening dinner, over which Dr. W. H. Hayden presided. The celebrations in the town lasted all day, beating the new bounds. 35
  • Event: J. P. Status 11 Sep 1880 High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire
  • Note: Extension of the High Wycombe Parish Boundary meeting.
  • Census: 1881
  • Note: 4, Frogmore House, Wycombe
  • Event: Photograph 1881 High Wycombe Cemetery, Buckinghamshire
  • Event: Event: council meeting Jan 1881
  • Note: The annual meeting of the Waterworks Company was held in the Council Chamber on Tuesday. The Mayor presided, in the absence through illness of Mr. Hayden, Chairman of the Company. 36
  • Event: http://livesonline.rcseng.ac.uk/biogs/E004178b.htm Royal College of Surgeons
  • Note: There are errors in this article.
  • Event: Status High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire
  • Note:
    Benefit Building Society:
    Chairman W H Hayden
    Director W G Hayden
    Director G Wheeler
    Director John Tilbury
    Director Walter Skull
    Waterworks Co. Ltd.:
    Directors W H Hayden ( Chairman )
    T. Wheeler, Mayor, Banker
    School Board:«u»
    «/u»Chairman: Thom Wheeler
    W H Hayden
    Odd Fellows Benefit Society:
    Trustees W H Hayden and Thos Wheeler
    Meets at the White Hart Inn every alternate Tuesday.
  • Probate: 26 Mar 1881 Oxford
  • Note: The Will of William Henry Hayden late of Chipping Wycombe Surgeon was proved by Mary Hayden the Relict and William Gallimore Hayden surgeon the Son both of Frogmoor House High Wycombe the Executors. 6
  • Event: Sale of property Mar 1887 High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire
  • Note:
    Four lots of property were sold by direction of the Trustees of the late W. H. Hayden.
    Lot 1, two freehold cottages and gardens in Long-row, producing a rental of £13 per annum, was bought by Messrs. R. Howland and Sons for £100.
    Lot 2 comprised a long leasehold property consisting of a brick and slated dwelling house and three adjoining cottages in Railway Place, producing an annual rental of £35.15, subject to a rent charge of £5 per annum. Sold later for £300.
    Lot 3 three freehold cottages in Saffron Road, producing an annual rental of £29.18, subject to a farm fee rent of £3.10 per annum, was purchased for £342.10.
    Lot 4, three freehold cottages in Frogmore Street, producing £29.15 p.a.was bought by Mr. Channer for £317:10.
    Mr. Hayden's property having been disposed of, the family residence in Priory-road, known as Suffield Cottage, was put up, but was withdrawn at £890. Four freehold cottage residences situate in London-road, and known as Lansdowne Villas, together with the corner shop adjoining, annual income £72.16, was sold for £645 to Mr Job Pearce.

    Details of this are held at the Centre for Buckinghamshire Studies in the papers of Hamnett Raffety, Estate agents. Ref D-X965/1

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  • Change Date: 2 Dec 2017 at 18:19
  • Note:
    (Medical):His kidneys were damaged, caused by either high blood pressure or by diabetes. His wife of the same address was in attendance at his death.

    Sat 5 Feb 1881 Pall Mall Gazette, also 05 February 1881 - Bucks Herald - Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire
    At Frogmoor House, High Wycombe, on the 2nd inst., Mr. William H. Hayden, M.R.C.S., and J.P., aged 68 years.

    W. H. Hayden, J.P. We regret to record the death of the above gentleman, which took place on Wednesday, Feb. 2, at the age of sixty-eight. Mr. Hayden had shown for some time unmistakeable evidences of failing health, but his was not a temperament to succumb until completely compelled.
    Mr. Hayden was first chosen to fill the position of Chief Magistrate in 1856, and twice since then, in 1869 and 1879, he has occupied the chair. In 1867 he was elected an alderman of the borough on the lamented decease of the late Alderman Robert Wheeler, exhausted Mr. Hayden's public activities, or the public confidence in him. For many years he had been the Vicar's churchwarden, a trustee of the Savings Bank, and has long been officially connected with the Odd Fellows' and Foresters' Benevolent Societies.
    Mr. Hayden's death will create many vacancies in public offices in the town. The funeral took place on Wednesday last.
    Bucks Herald South East, England 12/02/1881

    FUNERAL OF THE LATE ALDERMAN HAYDEN
    The funeral took place on Wednesday Feb. 9th 1881. His remains were encased in an oak panelled and polished coffin with massive brass fittings. The coffin was placed in the entrance hall of Frogmore House which had been draped for the occasion. The cortege left the house at 1pm, the following being the order of the procession:- Representatives of the Orders of the Oddfellows and Forestors; officers of the Corporation bearing the mace, draped with crape; the Mayor and Corporation in their robes of office; sexton and clerk; undertakers; coffin borne on men's shoulders, and covered with an Oxford bordered silk velvet pall, on which were beautiful floral wreaths and crosses sent by friends and a cross sent by the Vicar; Mourners (many Wycombe names listed ); The two friendly societies were numerously represented, especially the Oddfellows, and the various lodges in the district, with which he had long been connected. From the " Queen of England" Lodge, Maidenhead, came many mourners, Other Lodges represented included the " Loyal Orphans' Hope" of Marlow, "Princess Allied " of Beaconsfield, " Loyal Bud of Hope " of Wycombe ( this included two Venables, White, Varley, Atkins, Child, and Howland), and the " Court Centenary"

    Mourners lined the streets as the cortege made its way to the Church where it was met by the Vicar and Curates and the surpliced choir with the Organist, Mr. Wrigley. In the church the coffin was laid on a prepared catafalque. The order of the service included Psalms 39 and 90 and the Lesson was from 1 Corinthians xv , 20. The Dead March in Saul was played as the coffin was carried out and the choir then sang "Jesus lives: no longer now". A short service was then read by the Secretary of Oddfellows and by the Secretary of the Foresters in an impressive manner, and the procession dispersed at the bottom of the hill.
    Funeral arrangements were carried out by Mr C. H. Hunt, Undertakers of Amersham Hill.

    As the Churchyard was full he was buried in the Cemetery up the hill in his sister's grave by R. Chilton.
    High Wycombe cemetery was opened in 1855 as the churchyard had been closed by order of the Secretary of State. He left under £3000 including Leaseholds. In today's money (2015) this would be worth £255,000. His wife and eldest son were the executors. He was buried in his sister's grave and in 1888 his wife's body was added to the grave although she died elsewhere.

    This is the last will and testament of me William Henry Hayden of the borough of Chepping Wycombe in the county of Buckingham surgeon.
    Whereby I give and bequeath unto my dear wife Mary all the jewels trinkets and personal ornaments worn or used by her in my lifetime and I also give to her all my wines liquors and other consumable stores or her own use and benefit. And I give and bequeath unto my said Wife and my son William Gallimore Hayden their heirs executors administrators and assigns respectively all my plate linen China glass books pictures prints furniture and other household effects upon trust to allow my said wife to use and enjoy the same during the term of her natural life and from and after her decease I direct that the same shall form part of my residuary property and be disposed of accordingly. I give devise and bequeath all my real and personal estate and effects and all my property not herein before disposed of (except estates vested in me as a trustee or Mortgage) unto my said wife and the said William Gallimore Hayden or the survivor of them or the heirs executors or administrators of such survivor (hereinafter called my trustees or trustee) shall sell call in and convert into money the same or such part thereof as shall not consist of money and shall and out of the money produced by such sale calling in and conversion and with and out of such part of my personal estate as shall consist of money pay and my funeral and testamentary expenses and debts and the legacies bequeathed by this my will or any codicil hereto and shall at the discretion of my trustees or trustee invest the residue of the said monies in the names or name of my trustees or trustee in or upon any of the parliamentary stocks or public funds or government securities of the United Kingdom or in or upon any other stocks funds or securities of the government of India or upon mortgage of any messuages lands or hereditaments situate arising or being in England or Wales and being freehold or copyhold of inheritance or leasehold for a term of years whereof at least 60 years shall be unexpired at the time of such investment and whether the Lessors title shall be produced or upon or in the debentures of any railway or other company in Great Britain Inc. by act of parliament or royal charter and paying a dividend on its ordinary stock and shall or may from time to time at such discretion as aforesaid vary the said investments into or for others of the same or a like nature and shall stand possessed of the said residuary trust monies and stocks funds shares and securities in or upon which the same shall from time to time be invested (hereinafter called the residuary trusts fund) upon the trusts following that is to say in trust to pay the income thereof to my said wife during her life and from and upon or immediately after her decease in trust to pay to the said William Gallimore Hayden the sum of £320 pounds Sterling and to stand possessed of the residue of the said monies In trust as to one moiety or half part thereof to invest the same in or of upon any of the stocks funds or securities hereinbefore referred to and to pay the income arising therefrom to my son James Augustus during his life and from and after his decease In trust for all the children of my said son James Augustus who being a son or sons shall attain the age of 21 years or being a daughter or daughters shall attain that age or marry in equal shares and if there shall be only one such child the whole to be in trust for that one child And in default of issue capable of inheriting under the provision lastly hereinbefore contained In trust for my said son William Gallimore absolutely and as to the remaining moiety or equal half part of the said trust funds I give devise and bequeath the same unto my said son William Gallimore absolutely and I declare that my trustee or trustees shall apply the whole or such part as they he or she shall think fit of the income of the share to which any Grandchild of me being an infant shall or maybe for the time being be entitled in expectancy unto this my Will for or towards his or her maintenance and education with liberty to pay the same to the Guardian or any of the Guardians of such infant for the purpose aforesaid without being liable to see to the application thereof and shall invest the residue of the said income and the resulting income thereof in the names or name of my trustees or trustee in or upon any such stocks funds or securities as aforesaid so as to accumulate at compound interest with liberty from time to time to vary the said investments into or others of the same or a like nature and shall stand possessed of the said accumulations in trust for the person or persons who shall become entitled to the share from which the same shall have proceeded with liberty nevertheless for my trustees or trustee from time to time to resort to the accumulations of any preceding year or years and to apply the same for or towards the maintenance or education of any person for the time being presumptively entitled thereto And I declare that my trustee or trustees may postpone the sale and conversion of my real and personal estate or any part thereof for so long as they or he or she may think fit and that the rents profits and income to accrue from and after my decease of and from such part of my real and personal estate as shall for the time being remain unsold and unconverted shall after payment thereout of all incidental expenses and outgoings be paid and applied to the person or persons and in the manner to whom and in which the income of the monies produced by such sale and conversion would for the time being be payable or applicable under this my Will in such sale and conversion had been actually paid And I empower my trustees or trustee from time to time to let any hereditaments all the time being remaining unsold either from year to year of for any term of years at such rent and subject to such covenants as they or he may think fit and also to accept surrender leases and tenancies Provided always and I declare that if my said son William Gallimore shall within 12 months after my decease be desirous of purchasing the messauge or dwelling house known as Frogmoor house wherein I now reside with the garden and premises thereto belonging at the price of one thousand and two hundred pounds and of such desire shall give notice in writing to the trustees or trustee for the time being of this my will then and in such case he shall be at liberty to purchase the same messauge or dwelling house garden and premises at the price aforesaid and the same shall be sold to and conveyed and assured so as to vest in my said son William Gallimore Hayden as the purchaser thereof accordingly.
    His wife and son were to be the executors. This Will was signed by Wm. H. Hayden on May 23 1874.




    Father: James Hayden b: 1767 c: 31 Jan 1768 in St Peters Church, Dorchester, Dorset
    Mother: Mary Tucker b: 1769 c: 27 Aug 1769 in Chulmleigh, Devon

    Marriage 1 Mary Ann Coltman b: 5 May 1812 in High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire c: 5 Jun 1812 in All Saints, High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire Children
    1. Has Children William Gallimore Hayden b: 23 Aug 1842 in 8, Easton Street, High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire c: 18 Sep 1842 in All Saints, High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire
    2. Has No Children James Augustus Hayden b: 23 May 1844 in 8, Easton Street, High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire c: 16 Jun 1844 in All Saints, High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire

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            • Title: 1861 census of England. Digital images.
              Author: England.
              Publication: Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2005. \i Census Returns of England and Wales, 1861\i0 . www.ancestry.co.uk : n.d.
              Text: Held at TNA, formerly the PRO. The 1861 Census for England was taken on the night of 7 April 1861.
              Repository:

                Page: folio 16, page 25, Hayden; digital images, Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2005, \i Census Returns of England and Wales, 1861\i0  (www.ancestry.co.uk : accessed 12 Sep 2007); citing PRO RG9/856
                Quality: 3
              • Title: Digital images.
                Publication: www.ancestry.com. \i UK Medical Directories\i0.
                Text: This data is provided in partnership with the General Medical Council, London and contains annually published books listing all the names of doctors who were licensed to practise in the United Kingdom and abroad from 1859-1959. Also included are foreign doctors who qualified in Britain. Although these books were published annually, registers have only been digitised at four year intervals.
                Page: \i UK Medical Directories\i0
                Quality: 3
              • Title: database
                Page: Kelly's 1864 Buckinghamshire Directory.
                Quality: 3
              • Title: Bucks Herald
                Publication: High Wycombe Library, Buckinghamshire on microfilm.
                Page: 30 January 1864 p.5.
                Quality: 3
              • Title: Bucks Herald
                Publication: High Wycombe Library, Buckinghamshire on microfilm.
                Page: 23 April 1864
                Quality: 3
              • Title: Bucks Herald
                Publication: High Wycombe Library, Buckinghamshire on microfilm.
                Page: 2 April 1864
                Quality: 3
              • Title: Bucks Herald
                Publication: High Wycombe Library, Buckinghamshire on microfilm.
                Page: 1 February 1868 p.7.
                Quality: 3
              • Title: \i Judson's Directory of High Wycombe\i0.
                Author: Judson, W. Published online by http://petergoodearl.co.uk/
                Publication: of 5, Church Square: n.p., 1875
              • Title: database
                Page: Harrods Directory of Wycombe 1876.
                Quality: 3
              • Title: Internet website
                Page: http://www.archive.org/stream/earlyhistoryand00parkgoog/earlyhistoryand00parkgoog_djvu.txt
                Quality: 3
              • Title: Bucks Herald
                Publication: High Wycombe Library, Buckinghamshire on microfilm.
                Page: Bucks Herald Sat 26 Jan 1878
                Quality: 3
              • Title: \i Reading Mercury \i0
                Author: British Newspaper Archives.
                Publication: www.fmp.co.uk:
                Page: 2 3 1878, online archives.
                Quality: 3
              • Title: \i Buckinghamshire County Council\i0
                Page: http://www.buckscc.gov.uk/swop ; digital images.
                Quality: 3
              • Title: Bucks Herald
                Publication: High Wycombe Library, Buckinghamshire on microfilm.
                Page: 11 September 1880 p. 6.
                Quality: 3
              • Title: Bucks Herald
                Publication: High Wycombe Library, Buckinghamshire on microfilm.
                Page: 29 Jan 1881
                Quality: 3
              • Title: Bucks Herald
                Publication: High Wycombe Library, Buckinghamshire on microfilm.
                Page: 5 March 1887 p. 8
                Quality: 3
              • Title: n/a
                Publication: FHL microfilm. Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Utah.
                Text: Birth, baptism marriage and death records copied to microfilm or microfiche.
                Page: FHL microfilm
                Text: William's father was described as a gentleman.
                Witnesses were Wiiliam Coltman her father, Frances Mallors Coltman, Elizabeth Coltman, Sarah Coltman and Henry Coltman.
              • Title: Marriage Certificates.
                Author: England and Wales. Registrar General.
                Text: The appropriate marriage certificate is held (or has been sighted) to confirm the data.
                Page: marriage certificate
              • Title: Newspaper announcement
                Page: Oxford Journal Sat 13 Nov 1841
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