Memorable Manitobans: Lloyl Truman Hayward (c1880-1969)
Born in New Brunswick around 1880, he served as Principal of Cypress River School (1912-1913), Stonewall School (1913-1915), and Pipestone School (1915-1916). At the time of the 1916 federal census, he was living at Pipestone with his wife Lena Marion Wilson (1887-?) and their two daughters, Florence Eileen Hayward (1914-?) and Geneva Holden Hayward (1915-?). Five years later, they were living at Maple Creek, Saskatchewan where he was working as a salesman, and they had a third child, Lloyl Douglas Hayward (1919-1999). A fourth child was Eunice Marion Hayward (1922-2000). The family later resided in British Columbia where he died at Vancouver on 26 July 1969.
1916 and 1921 Canada censes, Ancestry.
Birth registration [Lloyl Douglas Hayward], British Columbia Vital Statistics.
School division half-yearly attendance reports (E 0757), Archives of Manitoba.
Death registrations, British Columbia Vital Statistics.
Canadian voter lists, Ancestry.
We thank Derek Franks for providing additional information used here.
Page revised: 10 March 2021