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Samuel Roberts, E7, MA, FRS,
The Generable Oliver Keywood,
HEYWOOD, ROTHERHAM, SHAW PEDIGREES (from
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*** I thankfully acknowledge my obligations to G. H. Adshead,
Pedigree of the Heywood family,
FROM THE TIME OF EDWARD VI.
Printed from Rev. Joseph Hunter's MS., dated 1812.cmd, H.'T.
John HEYWOOD, of Heywood Mill, Waterside, in the parish of Bolton-le-Moors, living there in the time of Edward VI. Married daughter of Seddon, of Prestalee, and had a son,
OLIVER HEYWOOD, of Little Lever, in the parish of Boltonle-Moors, where he had a small estate. He was by trade a carpenter. He lived to about the age of 70 years, and died in or about 1628. Married Alice, daughter of — Hulton, of Breightmet, in the parish of Bolton; sister to Adam Hulton, of that place. Wm. Hulton, of Northampton, V.D.M., Nath., Hulton, of Newington green, and Judith, wife of Samuel Heaward, were children of the said Adam Hulton. Oliver Heywood having issue by Alice his wife,
1. RICHARD, of whom presently. (a)
aged 77 ; buried at Bolton, on the 31st. Married Isabella,
father being 75 and his mother 34 years of age.
buried at Bolton.
(a) RICHARD HEYWOOD, of Little Lever, yeoman; died March 1, 1676–7, aged 81; buried at Bolton. Married Alice Oritchlaw, only daughter of — Critchlaw, of Longworth, in the parish of Bolton. She had four brothers. The eldest, Wm. Critchlaw, died of wounds received at Wigan in the Civil Wars. The names of the second and third were Francis, died 1669, and Hugh, of Shrewsbury. The youngest, Ralph Critchlaw, Esq., acquired a fortune in trade, and became a justice of the peace. She was the first wife of Richard Heywood ; born in 1593 ; married in 1615; died at her son's house at Northowram, April 22, 1657; and was buried in Holdsworth's chapel, south side of Halifax church. Married Margaret, 2nd wife, daughter of Brereton ; died Dec. 8, 1697; buried at Bolton. Richard Heywood, by Alice, his first wife, had
I. John, died in his infancy, and was buried at Bolton.
1643, who died April 26th, 1673 (1672, Hunter). She
Dec, 4, 1673. III. Mary, married Nicholas Hunt, of Horwich ; she died
1648, leaving only one daughter, Esther, who married Jas. Worsley, of Rivington. Nicholas Hunt re-married, and died 1673, leaving by his second wife, six sons and one
daughter. IV. JOHN, of, eldest surviving son; married Mary Rams
botham, daughter-in-law to Ingham, of Ribchester,
ried Alice, daughter of Robt. Crompton, of Darcey
months after his father : he was the last male
Oliver and Nathaniel.
his lands with her sister ; married Peter Rothwell,